We are a family of 4 with children of 10 and 6, so I was slightly worried about staying in a vineyard chateau. But this was just a wonderful place to stay - the host Sylvie is just so welcoming, helpful and clearly an impressive businesswomen and wine grower. She and the person who helps her during the week speak good English if your French isnt up to standard. The rooms and the chateau itself more than live up to the website photos. Absolutely beautiful and amazing bathrooms. And wonderful views out on to the vines.
There is a gorgeous pool which we used both days there.
Breakfast is lovely - you all sit round one big dining table which is charming.
We had a private tour with Sylvie and did some wine tasting - really superb wine.
I would really recommend to both couples and families and look forward to visiting again!
Thank you so much Sylvie and I hope the electricity came on quickly after that crazy storm!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bed & Breakfast and small restaurant (by reservation) managed by wine growers with available tours of their vineyards and operation. ... more less