Beautiful building, beautiful grounds but you feel as if it is still work in progress inside the buildings...
In the centre of the village which is good as the 12.50 euros breakfast is not good value.
Breakfast: 1 small glass of fresh orange juice is brought to you, choice of tea, coffee, hot chocolate, a small basket of croissants, pains au chocolat is brought to your table and then you can help yourself to bread, cereals, there is a large a pot of yoghurt to help yourself to, a few bits of cheese, ham and some homemade jam; not good value!
Our room had a view on the lovely outdoor pool but was small and dark.
The bathroom was narrow and if you are over 6feet tall you would struggle to fit in the sunken bath.
The bed was very comfortable but overall the room looked tired.
Worth noting: They have converted the attic into a games room with 2 billiard tables and there are some sofas to relax into and a few board games.
At 135 euros for a double room I felt it was expensive for what we got.
Dinner was good but it is a menu du jour they serve so very limited in choice. The food was lovely. Wine was expensive.
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