Driving in to the front of the chateau is a jaw-dropping experience! This is a beautiful building both inside and out and located in an extremely quiet village which seems to be in the middle of nowhere but is in fact about 1 mile from the route nationale. Our welcome was not overly warm and madame Daille chooses not to speak English, however we were shown to a truly lovely and enormous room overlooking the orchard. The room had a double bed and two single beds so is perfect for a family with a large bathroom, however only a bath with shower attachment. The decor is exactly what you would expect from a French chateau - floor to ceiling windows, wooden floorboards, open fireplace, large mirrors and oodles of charm. We were the only guests in the chateau and it really felt as though we had the place to ourselves. Breakfast was served in a large wood panelled room downstairs and was simple - croissants, bread, jam, apple juice and coffee. Overall, a lovely, romantic place to stay, extremely good value for money, perhaps just lacking a little warmth from the hostess.