Spent 5 nights recently at this hotel, a delightful and unusual place. Its quite an arty place and has a nice vibe to it. Prices are competitive and the breakfasts, served in the spacious reception area, are good. There is a smallish outdoor swimming pool which is clean and great to use on a hot day. Rooms are clean and comfortable, though the adjoining walls are a little thin which can result (as it did for us) in some noise disturbance on one eventful night which I'll leave to the imagination of readers! WiFi is available, good TVs in all rooms and free parking, though the access road to the hotel is pretty poor so drive carefully. There is no restaurant, though one is being built near the hotel entrance - due to open in March 2013. There are some good restaurants in nearby Saint-Ambroix but check opening times as often closed - when all else fails go to the great pizza stall in the town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 'maison de maître', also called 'the Huguenot house' dates from the beginning of the 18th century. The old silk mill is a graceful construction, enhanced by the wide arches of the breakfast room. The actual rooms of the museum are set up in what were once the magnaneries (rooms for cultivating silk worms). A group of buildings dating from the 15th century shelters a traditional bread oven. Access is gained via a narrow passage decorated with flying buttresses. ... more less
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