The hotel is a beautiful building from the eighteenth century, in a beautiful setting, and the park and gardens are full of autoctonous plants, trees and bushes that can be seen from every window. The hotel is spacious, and kept wonderfully warm on cold winter days by means of open fireplaces (hearths) and central heating. It has a nice heated indoor swimming pool in a separate builing. This is the positive aspect.
However, when we arrived, the person who had made our booking had left, and it took the clerk at the reception desk 40 minutes to find out which our rooms were.
The wooden floor of our rooms had not seen a broom for several days, and the bathroom's fittings leaked just a little.
During dinner at the hotel, the cook had to leave unexpectedly, and the people left in charge in the kitchen were few and it seems they had absolutely no idea of how to run the kitchen or the waiter service in absence of the cook. The food was quite bad also. Probably the restaurant is... More