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Reviewed September 11, 2017

We were greeted in a cold manor at this place, nobody cracked a smile ! We climbed the turret to the top floor bedroom and our view of the town was nice. But unless you come in the good weather to canoe or boat there is not much to do in this town. As we did not feel welcome in the hotel we visited the local bar for morning coffee and afternoon wine, a real bargain ! A very loud dog howls late at night and early in the morning. We would never come here again.

  • Stayed: September 2017, traveled as a couple
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Thank brianneudorf
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Reviewed May 26, 2017

This castle stay was a highlight of our trip! You will not be disappointed with a stay here. Very nice with reasonable rates! Very small town. Great to walk around in the day or evening. Check out the church and cemetery. Dinner was excellent at the hotel and there are boat rides just across the street that take you down the beautiful gorge. An hour trip for 22/euro per person. Shuttle back. One night hear is perfect. Beautiful french country side drive on the way here.

  • Stayed: May 2017, traveled with family
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Thank Andrew B
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Reviewed August 23, 2016 via mobile

We were glad to see the hotel after a 16km hike from St Enemie to la Malene.

This used to be a manor house that was converted to a hotel in the 1950s. My room with a twin bed was enormous, big bathroom. No shower but hand shower in the bath so that's all good.

The rooms are well appointed, and the bathrooms a bit dated, but in good working order.

Slightly more pricey than any of our other guest houses at €120 per room per night.

Both breakfast and dinner were delicious.

Stayed: August 2016, traveled with family
Thank USinLdn
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Reviewed August 8, 2016

My partner and I had an amazing one night, romantic stay at this beautiful French manoir located in the La Malene in the Gorges du Tarn. La Malene is situated in an absolutely gorgeous, wind swept valley with stunning views of the rocky canyons. Nestled among the rocky outcrops of the Tarn, the Manoir is a gem surrounded by a quaint little village. When we arrived, we received a very warm welcome from Nathalie, the owner and her sister. Very graciously, Nathalie's sister took us on a tour of the Manoir through the old circular stairway up the tower and the beautifully furnished master suite with its elegant wooden furnishing including a magnificient four poster bed. Our room was a a smaller room facing the street. While a little noisy because of the street, the room was beautifully laid out with a fairly spacious washroom. There was adequate closet space, good lighting, lots of closet space and no issues with hot water. We had all the amenities and modern comforts in this centuries old manoir with very friendly owners/staff to attend to us. They inquired about our comfort at all times, and made a special effort to accommodate for our taste in food (my partner asked for a spicy sauce which I thought is impossible to find in this remote location and voila...the owner produced his own spicy homemade sauce!!). We had our dinner in the dining area by the reception, however, did not feel in any way disturbed by foot traffic. The food was delicious and the owner took special effort to explain the dishes to us. He also provided us with a very good choice of wine. Breakfast was also good with a choice of local breads and croissants. Nathalie's husband was very kind and served our breakfast earlier than scheduled since we were planning to leave early. He also took the time to explain the local points of interest and give us directions. All in all, our stay at this charming, enchanting Manoir was amazing and enjoyable. Two areas that could be improved is access to WiFi from the rooms and getting rid of flies in the dining area that emerge seemingly out of no where.

Room Tip: A room facing away from the street
  • Stayed: June 2016, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 15, 2016

This little hotel is fairly nice, in a very nice location. Our only issue was that. Concern we raised was brushed off.

We called ahead to reserve, telling the proprietress we were 3 people. She told us that the apartment would accommodate all of us.

The single person in our group slept in the main sitting room. This room has a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. While this window clearly had window coverings at one time, it did not when we arrived. We asked if any were available, and we were told "no". The proprietress assured us that there was little light would enter the windows at night. This was not true, as there were two street lights in close proximity to the room. In addition, the lack of privacy caused by the lack of window coverings wasn't desirable.

Other than that, our stay was fine. The beds were comfortable, and the room was clean.

  • Stayed: July 2016, traveled with friends
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Thank Sunshine807095
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