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Reviewed October 1, 2017 via mobile

I have been coming to this hotel off and on for over 20 years and it is still consistently superb.
We stayed in the original house in a room which can only be described as baronial and grand with dark wood panelling and a huge four poster bed which was very comfortable indeed. It was tastefully furnished and you are easily relaxed with that getting away feeling! The bathroom was huge with separate loo, massive bath, twin sinks and separate shower too. Absolutely great.
The gardens are charming and in the warm weather there is nothing better than sitting outside.
The hotel has a fabulous location in the town with all the tourist attractions immediately to hand with plenty of street parking immediately available.
My wife said that the omelette she had for the breakfast was the best she has ever tasted in her life and she's had quite a few all over the world!!!!
A must!

Stayed: September 2017, traveled as a couple
Thank michaelclay2n
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Reviewed September 26, 2017 via mobile

We always stay here on our way back from 3 weeks in the South of France. After a long drive you need some comfort! The hotel never fails to deliver.

Some of it is old school charm (if contemporary boutique style is you this isn’t the place), but it’s supremely comfortable with great beds!

We are in the hotel - menu is Euro 78, pricey but worth it. Many extras to the menu (amuse bouche!) to add to the evening. We had a delightful table overlooking the garden. The food was as good as ever, very top quality.

English is widely spoken if you can’t manage French!

Breakfast is Euro 25 if you choose the full option but it will fill you up all day. Breads pastries cooked eggs etc etc ....

Staying at Le Chateau isn’t a cheap experience - but one to be recommended! Can’t wait to visit again.

Stayed: August 2017, traveled as a couple
Thank londonN7boy
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Reviewed September 20, 2017 via mobile

We were put off initially by the lack of parking - all the parking spaces outside are public and were fully occupied on a Sunday afternoon. We were offered a garage space for €12 but fortunately a space became free and we were able to unload our bags and a porter carried them in. First floor room (no lift) was very attractive in a country house style - very light, with a large bed, good lighting ( unusual for France!) sofa, upholstered wing chairs, coffee table etc in blues, creams and greys. It all seemed well maintained. A huge bathroom, with large bath on a raised dais, walk in shower, very large wash basin, dressing table and of course the usual awful French separate loo. All in 1930s style, including columns faced with mirror glass...... Lots of freebies and lots of equipment - hairdryer, magnifying mirror, safe, fridge, tissues, but no tea/coffee making facilities and no AC. The wifi crashed and did not resurface - I half believedthem that this was unusual but reading other reviews it very clearly isn't. (This confident statement of 'Wifi provided throughout' BUT IN FACT NOT is a particular bugbear and very common in France - I don't know why.). Very pretty gardens all round the property, a small but attractive swimming pool ( we didn't use it as the weather wasn't warm enough). Staff charming and efficient and mostly spoke good English, which was a bonus. We didn't eat in the hotel as we had booked somewhere else though I rather wished we had - it looked good. We were only there 1 night and had booked at a discounted rate so we felt it was good value - not cheap but comfortable, very clean and rather elegant. We would definitely return, although the charming owner talks of closing, which would be a pity, (but I would want to be reassured on the wifi situation next time)
Montreuil is a pretty and historically interesting town - also, I believe, Douglas Haig's HQ during WW1.

Stayed: September 2017, traveled as a couple
1  Thank 292daink
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Reviewed August 16, 2017 via mobile

Slightly gloomy start to the day so we thought lunch and a walk in Montreuil-sur-Mer would be good. It's an interesting town with lots of history going back to the 10th century, with a citadel, ramparts and cobbled streets. It's also the setting for part of the Les Miserables story, Jean Valjean was the Mayor at one point.
Anyway decided to spoil ourselves with lunch at this lovely hotel. We sat on the terrace - the garden at the back of the hotel, which has big umbrellas to shade from the sun. Went for the two course lunch at 28€ per person; however with aperitifs, glass of wine each, added cheese course and coffee it came to quite a bit more, but wow was it worth it!! Having served us a Kir Royale the waiter brought some dainty hors d'oeuvres followed by a melon soup (an amuse bouche?) before our main course arrived. I had the risotto which was delicious. Dessert was also amazing. With coffee they brought little choux buns and a choice of tiny chocolates (the town has an incredible chocolate shop!).
Service was friendly and efficient; we were allowed to take our time and they were very tolerant of my terrible French!
We may not be back this holiday but we will definitely return! Can't recommend it highly enough. Having a snooze now!

Stayed: August 2017, traveled as a couple
1  Thank Sarah S
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Reviewed August 9, 2017

We returned here to stay for three nights although not in our favourite room which has a balcony and proper bath in the bathroom. This room, although very comfortable and spacious, was on the top floor and had one of those huge showers which do not tick the boxes for hair washing! However, our stay was made very pleasant indeed by the attentive and charming service as well as the superb cuisine. I can recommend the sole fillets in herbs and ginger broth, the fantastic foamy fennel crab starter and the succulent pigeon. Our wine choices of Pouilly Fuisse and Ste Estephe complemented this feast perfectly. This is a lovely hotel where you feel that the staff really care that guests are happy and comfortable. Thoroughly recommended.

Room Tip: There is no lift
  • Stayed: July 2017, traveled as a couple
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Thank 14dogtraveller
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