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Les Remparts de la Bastide

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3.0 of 5 stars
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KevandSueSmith wrote a review Aug 2019
Bath, UK22 contributions33 helpful votes
This was our third stay here, the two previous ones being pre-2010. Then it was a superb hotel, with restaurant and bar. Now it is a Chambre d'hote and a shadow of its prior glory, but at the same price point. On a positive point, the host Danielle was pleasant. But... 1. Very dark room, tiny shower room and even smaller toilet. 2. The temperature of the room was extremely high. There was a small heater/fan in the room which proved virtually useless and extremely noisy. On the first morning I noticed an AC unit on the ceiling bedside an outside wall. There was no remote control for this in the room. I had to ask for this even though it should have been in the room all along. 3. The room was not serviced ever during our week long stay. Never vacuumed or cleaned. The same piece of white thread stayed on the carpet througout. (I know I could have picked it up but it became a challenge to see whether a vacuum was ever run over the floor). 4. Bedding never changed or even the bed made up. 5. Stains on the toilet floor were there on arrival and were never cleaned. 6. The bins in the room and shower room were never emptied and were overflowing by the time we left. 7. Unfortunately, while adding a teabag to my teapot on day 2, the lid slid off the table and smashed on the floor. I apologised profusely for this. For the next 3 breakfasts I was given the same lidless teapot, until on the penultimate morning we had to request one with a lid as the water inside was cooling down quickly. As I said previously, we had had such memorable times in this establishment previously - this visit put paid to all those memories.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Iain C wrote a review Jul 2017
Usk, United Kingdom80 contributions21 helpful votes
We stayed in Castillones recently and wanted to try here, but it apparently closed some time ago. La Marechalerie is the best in the town, but about 1km out, down the road opposite the Intermarche is Le Table Paysanne. This is run by a local farmer and his wife and they currently charge 20 euros a head, for a five course meal, with seconds and unlimited wine. Highly recommended
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Responded 11 Jul 2017
Je suis désolée pour vous Je ne fais plus restaurant. Je comprends que vous avez pu être déçu Cordialement
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Nigel H wrote a review Feb 2014
Serignac, France71 contributions28 helpful votes
We visited this restaurant for lunch on Valentines day. The restaurant had a Valentines day lunch menu at 49 euros per head, so we opted for a la carte menu. The service was very good and the little added extras ( a volute and a soup),were a nice bonus. We enjoyed Coquille St Jacques and fois gras entrees followed by Confit of Duck and steak. All very nice and if any criticism at all, it would have been my steak, which because the dish was small, could have been a nicer piece of steak! We were fairly full, so dispensed with desserts but finished with coffee. The restaurant was fairly busy but our service was very good and the meal enjoyable. We had a couple of pitchers of red wine ( quite nice house red) and the total bill came to 83 euros, which we felt was a little expensive but overall good quality and it was valentines day, so we guess the prices were inflated for that day ( as indeed everywhere else would have been!). We will definitely return again for another lunch (to try the plat du jour lunch and also try dinner there). We think Les ramparts would be good fun in the summer too, al fresco dining. Recommended!
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Date of stay: February 2014
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sallymb23 wrote a review Mar 2013
Lot et Garonne, France4 contributions1 helpful vote
This has always been a place to take our holiday visitors to, to experience reasonably priced good french food. However, a trip there last week was very disappointing. The menu has been slashed to just 3 or 4 choices - with just the ONE fish dish and they were not very inspiring either. My cep and butternut squash soup was average and the beef I ordered came well done instead of a-point (sorry, no accents). The herb/spice crust was very overpowering. My 3 chocolate dessert seemed to lack 2 of the chocolates and tasted quite synthetic. Sorry, Des Remparts, but I shall have to find another restaurant to show off the culinary delights of our region.
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Date of stay: March 2013
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farmergeorge21 wrote a review Oct 2012
York, United Kingdom106 contributions50 helpful votes
WE were passing through Castillones at lunch time and decided to look for a light lunch. We had heard about Les Ramparts and called in. We had a very French lunch with friendly service not light but just right. All in all a great find.
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Date of stay: September 2012
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Paul M wrote a review Sept 2012
Lille, France1 contribution
Ok, the food was good but quality food should have a restaurant service to match. The service lacked class! The choice of room was unfortunately not to our liking, the very sombre decor extinguished the bright holiday and mood. The room given as a replacement was bright, cramped and was delightfully placed overlooking the outside restaurant so trying to close ones eyes before people attacked the award winning chocolate dessert was a waste of time.
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Date of stay: August 2012Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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jannieEssex wrote a review Aug 2012
Essex107 contributions57 helpful votes
My husband and I visited Les Remparts whilst holidaying in Lalandusse near Castilliones in August. The weather was warm, so we chose to sit outside in the courtyard, which was spacious and with canopies to keep the sun out. Thierry was extremely courteous and helpful and keen to look after us. My main meal was profiteroles of duck, which was absolutely delicious. The duck was extremely tender and such an unusual idea to put the meat inside a profiterole pastry. My husband chose beef, which had been casseroled for hours and was like velvet to cut. Everything we ate was delicious, the wine was good and we were very pleased with the food and service. We would recommend this restaurant to anybody in or near to the area. We wish we lived local to this restaurant!
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Date of stay: August 2012
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PeterFrance wrote a review Aug 2012
Lot-et-Garonne358 contributions232 helpful votes
A very comfortable hotel, and the standard of food produced by Dominique is splendid and innovative. Thierry is an attentive host. We've stayed here often, and eaten here often, and the standard is always high.
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Date of stay: August 2012
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Explorer4Ever wrote a review May 2012
West Yorkshire, United Kingdom90 contributions58 helpful votes
The hotel most charming old mansion is run by husband and wife team Thierry (front of house) and Dominique (in the kitchen). I'm surprised that nobody snapped them for a reality TV programme. Monsieur Thierry is the most charming man that takes personal care of his guests , making sure that all the needs are met. This hotel is extra special because of his caring touch.I loved every moment and enjoyed chatting to him as he was teaching me french . We stayed in a hotel for a week but i could have stayed there for ever. The hotel has a restaurant and the meals were fantastic , I strongly recommend it . You must have at least one meal there, the restaurant has a reputation for being the best in an area and people will travel from long distance to eat there !!!! We talked to many ex pats and they all mentioned the famous restaurant. At breakfast we were offered cheese, hams, fruits, different breads jams and all the other . If anything we were offered more than what we could eat. This Hotel is an essence of France. If we come back to the area we will definitively stay there again x All I can say merci beaucoup Monsieur Thierry.
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Date of stay: May 2012
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Doric wrote a review Nov 2011
Salisbury, United Kingdom637 contributions63 helpful votes
Husband and wife team Thierry (front of house) and Dominique (in the kitchen) run this charming old hotel in the middle of Casillonnes, a lovely 'Bastide' town. Don't worry that Castillonnes is not famous, crowded or that there aren't any other hotels in town. This one is great. We came for 4 nights in 2010 and returned for 3 more in 2011. We love the large room, quaint courtyard, ancient buildings and good food. We choose to eat dinner in because the cooking is great. On street parking outside. It's a good base for trips to several other Bastides nearby.
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Date of stay: November 2011
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Frequently Asked Questions about Les Remparts de la Bastide
Which popular attractions are close to Les Remparts de la Bastide?
Nearby attractions include Rody Chocolaterie (1.8 miles), Bastide de Castillonnes (0.06 miles), and Rody (1.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Les Remparts de la Bastide?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, books, DVDs and music available for children, and fishing.
What are some restaurants close to Les Remparts de la Bastide?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Maréchalerie, ferme auberge de Selles, and Le Montecristo.
Is Les Remparts de la Bastide located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 miles away from the centre of Castillonnes.
Are pets allowed at Les Remparts de la Bastide?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Les Remparts de la Bastide?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Les Remparts de la Bastide?
Many travellers enjoy visiting War Memorial Monument (5.5 miles) and Lavoir d'Eymet (9.5 miles).