We stayed here for 3 nights in September in the self contained studio apartment.The house and setting are charming and our room very attractive although the bed linen was unironed and the towels had seen better days.The "kitchen" which we were supposed to have had neither saucepan nor plate so cooking would have been out of the question.The fridge however came in handy.Breakfast was set up outside at 8.30 with bread ,butter, jam, orange juice even though one set of guests did not come to eat until 10.00 !
Our hostess Silvi was charming and spoke excellent English and proved a good cook although the 3 course meal we had was vastly over priced 25 euro per head for sheep's cheese salad with bread,mussel soup(served in a wine glass) with rice and peach and raspberries for dessert.My main course contained precisely 6 mussels.
We had to clean the lovely pool before we swam as the pool cleaner didn't work until the last day.
'So a lovely house in an excellent location with more attention to detail needed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tastefully decorated, 5 rooms in an 18th century old mas, wine tasting and table d'hôtes on request, a real happiness!! Possibility to rent the whole property with private pool in that case, for 19 persons. Lunch and diner can be prepared, wine tasting, grapes harvest in season, massages possible at the mas. Free tennis court in the village ... more less
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