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Lieu Dit Villeray, 61110 Condeau France
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#1 of 2 in Condeau
Domaine de Villeray welcomes you in a stunning setting of Perche's nature Park. You will choose between staying in the Mil or in the Chateau. Facilities include swimming-pool, Wellness center, canoes, mountain bikes and gastronomic dinner with great wine selection.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Outdoor pool
Fitness / spa locker rooms
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Pool / beach towels
Heated pool
Breakfast in the room
Kids' meals
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Table tennis
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Facial treatments
Steam room
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Ironing service
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Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish
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af wrote a review Jul 2021
San Francisco, California6 contributions6 helpful votes
overpriced, not worth it. arrogant employees in hotel, restaurant and spa who prefersto chat among themselves and laugh behind the back of customers rather than help. and no respect for capacity rules during Covid, way too many people in indoor pool and spa facility, no control, no masks. very disappointing experience, I do not recommend.
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Date of stay: July 2021
Nick A wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom61 contributions11 helpful votes
An absolutely beautiful small village in the south of Normandy, with a stunning mill and chateau. You can choose to stay in either. We visited as a family of four and loved the surrounding area - the hotel rents kayaks for trips down the river and there is an excellent cycling track along an old railway line. Our son loved both and also a cheeky swim in the river. The decor in our rooms was disappointing, and felt like it had last been updated several years ago. The lilac coloured bathroom sums it up. A simple redecoration would be very worthwhile and I get the sense that some rooms had but others hadn’t. The food was excellent, albeit eye-wateringly expensive, with many of the best items an additional cost on top. Nonetheless we enjoyed the meal there, but you would need to be prepared to spend a lot of money to eat there on multiple evenings. Sadly there isn’t much else around so we enjoyed some ham and cheese on other nights. The pool is a decent size and well tended. The grounds are astoundingly beautiful being next to the river but the grassed areas are full of weeds and could be so much better with a bit if love and attention. We enjoyed our stay but left thinking that more care and attention would truly transform this place into a must-go venue.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled
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frenchconnection88 wrote a review Jun 2020
Paris, France60 contributions80 helpful votes
We spent a night at the Moulin. The hall and stairs were old and not welcoming. The decoration of our room on the 2nd floor was dated and not up to standard. Our night included a gourmet diner. The food was pleasant, but unfortunately, the most interesting options had an add-on price supplement, way too expensive. As noted in previous reviews, wine list was also overpriced. It's a pity that there was not more attention to details and to customer satisfaction.
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Date of stay: June 2020
Room Tip: The Chateau has a more interesting architecture and is set in nicer surroundings than the Moulin
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Response from Cesar Eelsen, Directeur général at Domaine De Villeray
Responded Aug 16, 2020
The french connection used to be much shinier yet discreet than you are. Cheers
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Anna P wrote a review Jun 2020
61 contributions6 helpful votes
Very nice place to visit 1,5/2 h from Paris Époustouflant landscape Domaine full of history, you can feel it in each part of palace, little piece of mistery Authentique Excellente hospitality Child very friendly (important remarks for families) Super service Feeling like home Spa Great food All those you can find in this lovely place! I’m really in love!
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Traveled
Claus L wrote a review Aug 2019
Paris, France3 contributions5 helpful votes
Have been here many times as we live in the region and no reason why it would not be the perfect place for lunch outside by the river Huisne. Now, the service has never been great, but it has truly gone down hill to a level where this was our last visit. The owner and his wife looking more like we had invaded their private back garden than arriving at the only restaurant in the Perche with full-on 4-star Paris prices. Upon arrival, the neighbouring tables were desperately trying to order from two random waitresses, one chewing a gum and the other one simple not trained in serving, both leaving tables while guests were asking questions about the menu. Our second bottle of wine was corked but we were told by the owner it wasn't. He very reluctantly changed it and served us the new bottle in our "corked" glasses as the new bottle "must be fine" (we didn't get to taste it ). Rude and tired and if they so hate visitors, why not sell the place or turn it onto a private house? Food-wise, "pretentious Parisian" but disappointingly prepared. 152 euros for that lunch for two. I warmly recommend the 3J in Nocé for great food and service in Le Perche and for those who look for a hôtel in the region, I warmly recommend that you stay at the Hôtel Côté Parc at Rémalard with a true Clarins Spa.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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john a wrote a review Jul 2019
Subiaco, Australia200 contributions82 helpful votes
The Chateau is beautiful however it’s like a mausoleum For check in and breakfast got 250 meters down the hill to the moulin - Mill . The rooms are ok although the toilet is a box in room and an equally small and separate shower , great pity it’s ruined. The delightful gardens are wonderful to sit in although there is no bar of any kind where one can enjoy the ambiance The food in the restaurant is very very good and frankly the only thing I can speak about in glowing terms Staff appear to be mainly ‘internships’ read cheap labour. The mentality and attitude of the staff is generally poor or indifferent We were greatly disappointed with what should have been a great 3 night stay - it certainly did not reflect the website presentation Would I return - NO Other than for the restaurant food
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled
Elysia C wrote a review May 2019
Paris, France18 contributions14 helpful votes
Very cute place to visit. The town is charming and the chateau doesn’t lie- it’s a 3 star property. However- everything once you are there is so expensive. The restaurant has the same menu for lunch and dinner so if you stay for more than a day it’s already boring. There are 2 options that are included in their standard menu price and then everything else is a supplement of 20€. This would be fine but the food isn’t that great, both times we asked for rare steak and it came well done. It was basically Paris prices but for not great quality. The spa was nice- again even guests have to pay to use the pool which is strange. I think this property could be great if they stopped trying to nickel and dime you and got a real chef. We learned that their chef was never formally trained as a chef and it shows.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Traveled
sissiimperatrice wrote a review Aug 2018
Paris, France77 contributions53 helpful votes
It is a gorgeous place in the Perche but the rooms at the Moulin are “tired” and just not confortable at all ( old mattress, old curtains, very old towels bit like a one star hôtel really). At dinner the place is nice, very good service, food is fine they are catering for a lot of people in the summer but they are very efficient.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled
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edwardb638 wrote a review Jul 2018
Maidstone, United Kingdom38 contributions15 helpful votes
This was the first stop-off on our road trip to the South of France. TBH, given the recent political status relating to our relationship with Europe, I was slightly nervous about how the English are currently perceived across the channel and how this would affect our stay. However, all my worries evaporated when we arrived at Domaine de Villeray. We were warmly greeted by (I think) the owner and helped with our bags to our Suite. The room, albeit a little dark, was tastefully decorated in a rustic style. Everything was clean and well made up. The evening meal was atypical French cuisine - delicious food and some lovely wines. The waiting staff made time to listen to our children's (2 & 4) language endeavours and, although it is not a child-focussed establishment, all the hotel staff were very friendly and accommodating. We only stayed for one night but I would have happily remained for longer. A beautiful location, happy/friendly staff, welcoming setup, great pool, fantastic breakfast, etc, etc..
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Trip type: Traveled
pascal v wrote a review Jul 2018
Toronto, Canada19 contributions3 helpful votes
Spent 4 days at Dom. De Villeray. Exquisite place to say, unpretentious, very friendly, quiet, for those like us who like authenticity. Dinners where the best food we had during our 2 weeks in France and the spa is gorgeous. The best part for me - being French & in the hospitality/food industry - was that I never felt like in an hotel, but more like in a timeless private manor. What else could I say! Pascal V.
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Date of stay: July 2018
Sleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: We enjoy staying in the castle - extremely quiet with a peacefull parc
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Frequently Asked Questions about Domaine De Villeray
Which popular attractions are close to Domaine De Villeray?
Nearby attractions include Melrose Cabaret (1.1 miles), La Petite Rochelle (3.4 miles), and Église Saint-Jouin (4.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Domaine De Villeray?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a spa.
What food & drink options are available at Domaine De Villeray?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Domaine De Villeray?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Domaine De Villeray?
Conveniently located restaurants include le trou normand, Le Moulin de Basse Roche, and L'Alambic Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Domaine De Villeray?
Yes, guests have access to a heated pool, a sauna, and locker rooms available in the fitness center during their stay.
Is Domaine De Villeray located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the center of Condeau.
Are pets allowed at Domaine De Villeray?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Domaine De Villeray offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Domaine De Villeray?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.