Logis hotels have long been our favourite stopovers when travelling through France. Often family run they provide a guaranteed level of hygiene and provision alongside a more personalised and individually operated concern. La Brasiere Hôtel-restaurant is no exception to that rule.
Set in a quiet small village location the general standard is good enough, as is the service (not to forget the swimming pool). But it is the cuisine that excels. Monsieur when asked next day, said that, yes, there were English living round about, but they did come to his restaurant. Shame on them! One of the finest meals we experienced this year in France (not surprising, as I discover later on finding his experience includes the Savoy in London and top restaurants in Paris and Lausanne).
And should you be wheelchair bound this would be heavenly. Drive up to the forecourt open up the French windows and enter the bedroom. Not a step or even a slope in sight. And in here on the farther side of the room is a fully equipped wet room to shower in.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included