Me, my wife and my little baby spent 3 days at Le Jardin Clos and, even admitting that the room was quite big and clear, we don't find that a good place to stay. First of all the chief, Michele, always imposed us to take breakfast and dinner together with other clients... and that was a bad idea, because we were the only strangers and the other french clients did not finish to make fun of us! Then the garden is very badly maintained... and, in the end, Michele's dinners were quite good but... very poor!!! She cooks once at 8 pm, once at 8.45, once at 9... when she wants!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Come and savour the tranquility of a hamlet in the foothills of the Pyrenees, where vinyards spread out on both sides. You will be welcomed into the pleasant freshness of a stone house surrounded by its gardens and small orchard.There is full use of the lounge, a dining room with fireplace and in the evenings, weather permitting, meals can be served in the garden. You can take one of the numerous footpaths that traverse the hamlet. These will take you through vinyards, woodland and fields. All around you will see breathtaking views of the Pyrenees. ... more less