We never actually stayed at this hotel as we never got beyond the “Welcome”.
It was necessary for my wife and I to spend one night in a hotel in Ceyrat, so with my two little grandsons we went round a few days in advance to reserve a room. No one was at reception, but eventually a disinterested man appeared who said it was nothing to do with him and went away. At last he returned with a man who I think must be the owner and he seemed most displeased to see us and told us it was not possible to book a room. The hotel appeared open but when I suggested he must be full on the night required night he said that, yes, he was “complet”. By this time he was bad-temperedly ushering me and the little boys out.
I immediately checked on the hotel’s availability on hotel booking sites, including Logis de France, and (although I didn’t proceed with the booking) a room did seem available.
I had to return to the hotel as my little grandson had left his precious comfort... More