We spent what was one of the highlights of our France trip at La Madelene. The renovated old building (rectory if memory serves) has kept its old world charm despite being quite modern and fashionable. The summer breakfasts under the trees were wonderful, the rooms and views great, and the service and assistance from the hosts perfect. We didnt take any wine tours, but used the b&b as a base to explore the lovely surrounding towns and scenery. Our 1.5 year old daughter came with us, and aside from the stairs, had a lot of fun too. The pool is great for summer lazing.
The only downside was not having access to a communal kitchen, but do not think this is hnormally offered at this type of establishment anyway. (access to a fridge was provided)
This is a very popular area for cycling, and great for running too (if you get up early enough to miss the heat)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Residential RHONE WINE TOURS ... more less