This is a property trading on former glories. It has the rustic charm sure enough and the rooms are interestingly decorated but it really does stop there. We paid 155 Euros for a one night stay for 2 adults and 2 children. For that we received an unexceptional welcome from the owner who didn't take any time to explain anything whatsoever about the property. The bike rental is non existent, the swimming pool hand't been cleaned in a while, we weren't shown any communal areas, or even told where breakfast would be. And that neatly brings me to...breakfast. What a joke: tinned mixed fruit, not enough cereal for 2 kids and a miserable selection of toast and cheap cake bought at the local supermarket. It was so disappointing the owner was forced to open another packet of sliced cheese to bolster the offering. She mentioned hurriedly that her baker was away on holiday, an excuse I see from other reviews that she has used before. The only time she was interested in speaking to us was to ask help using her mobile phone. Avoid at all costs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- B&B in a 19th elegant residence, large sunny gardens, swimming pool, private parking. 5 attractive, comfortable bedrooms, private bathrooms, elegant simplicity and traditional charm. Sitting room with billiard table, baby grand piano. Delicious breakfasts, generous candle-lit dinners on request. Authentic taste of life. Memorable experience. ... more less
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