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Although the Lakeside lodges are across the road and up a small hill from the main hotel (100 yards in total), they benefit from breakfast ( and lunch, which is extra) at LPF's restaurant.
One could completely self-cater in the cottages - mine had 2...More
There is no doubt that the view from the beautiful gardens of La Petite are to die for! I have been here about five or six times in the past and the general ambience, level of attention and food matched the view. Not on this...More
We came only for lunch, we didn't stay at the hotel.
The setting and view from the restaurant is amazing. You see the whole valley and there are vineyards for miles... We had the risotto and it was very good. Make a reservation, this is...More
We've stayed before, but over two years ago. Returned to room 1 - Vista, which we think has the best position of ALL the rooms for 4 nights. Short walk to the restaurant and winery, yet far enough away not to be bothered by it,...More
We stayed at one of the lakeside cottages last week and had the best time. The prices for the cottages are great, they are very comfortable, clean, well decorated. Each cottage has a balcony overlooking the vineyards and small lake and the setting was just...More
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$201 - $502 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sorry it has taken me a few days to respond - I think it's probably a 2-3 mile walk into town and the wine train is almost smack in the middle of town. And it's not that easy of a walk; the first hall is along a pretty busy... More
Sorry it has taken me a few days to respond - I think it's probably a 2-3 mile walk into town and the wine train is almost smack in the middle of town. And it's not that easy of a walk; the first hall is along a pretty busy road with lots of fast traffic. I think it would be easier and safer to take a cab. The hotel office is closed starting early evening so it can be a little hard to arrange for a cab unless you reserve it early. It's a great hotel, just not that convenient to the downtown area.