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All reviewsinteresting artgated parkingavenue de champagnechampagne housestown centrefreshly baked breadhome cooked breakfasteggs cooked to orderworth every eurowalking distancetwin bedssuperb breakfastfront of the housemanor houselovely boutique hotelthe ground floorlocation is fantastic
Le Clos Raymi is a small charming bed and breakfast about 10 minutes walk from the town centre. Family run the staff were friendly and helpful, the rooms clean with excellent towels and individual features. Breakfast was simple and enjoyable with a good choice of...More
The house really is amazing and quite a view when driving into the courtyard. Me and my husband got the attic room, the small one to the right at the top of the stairs and that one felt quite outdated and as it hadn’t been...More
Lovely traditional hotel and experience. The artwork is fascinating featuring many original pieces bravely paired, but it works. The rooms seem to all be individual, and comfortably furnished.
The wifi is an issue, it only seems to work on the ground floor and then intermittently.
Although the house itself is pretty and the room adequate, the location, extremely unfriendly welcome, no wifi, no tea/coffee/fridge facilities and unappealing neighbourhood, meant the cost was extremely high. Its a poor 3* hotel and should be priced accordingly
So first the positives, great location in town, easy walk to restaurants and all the champagne houses. Parking free inside the gated grounds and a superb breakfast with eggs cooked to order and the freshest bread (still warm). On flip side our welcome was less...More
Response from NottsGirlsontour | Reviewed this property |
Hello Linda. I've only just seen your question so it's probably too late to answer but it seems to be a relaxed arrival time as long as the hotel know. The owner is an elderly lady who lives on site. Arrival was notified to... More
Hello Linda. I've only just seen your question so it's probably too late to answer but it seems to be a relaxed arrival time as long as the hotel know. The owner is an elderly lady who lives on site. Arrival was notified to us as "after 1:30pm" so just email and let them know when you'll arrive. It's an unusual place, do not expect a normal hotel with normal procedures but that is its charm.
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"Ask for a discount and go into Epernay for breakfast"