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Chateau Du Val De Ceze
Wokingham, United Kingdom
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96 reviews
54 hotel reviews
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“Good value stay”
Reviewed 11 June 2012

Accommodation is in charming cabins set in a park atmosphere. On arrival there was a noisy business reception at the pool but by 2000 this had broken up and the rest of the stay was quiet.
The dining room was in the main building and the food was very good. Breakfast was also in the main building and we ate outside on the terrace.

  • Stayed May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Sylvania, Ohio
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Reviewed 10 March 2012

I stayed two nights in this hotel for business. I can imagine that the cabins are very nice for a family: each cabin has a little terrace with a table to sit outside. But off-season, when you arrive late in the evening, this is of no use. The rooms are ok but could be more comfortable (for example with carpet instead of the rough and cold stone floor. We ate one evening in the restaurant. The food was very good. But for breakfast it is very basic.

  • Stayed March 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 24 August 2009

Don't be put off by the unappealing immediate surroundings of this hotel. Once through the gate you enter a different world, a peaceful park-like garden, complete with fountain playing in sight of the restaurant terrrace.
We stayed for three days in August 2009. The rooms were chalet-like with their own terraces, nicely decorated and roomy with very efficient and necessary air conditioning. The pool was inviting and a good size. By far the most memorable part of the sojourn were the two meals we ate in the restaurant - beware - it is closed on Sundays. The service was friendly, helpful and efficient and the food ambitious and beautifully presented in an interesting array of crockery.

  • Stayed August 2009, travelled with family
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Washington, D.C.
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Reviewed 8 January 2008

I stayed at the chateau du val de Ceze for one week while on a business trip.

The chateau is a very small stone farmhouse that will never see any of it's original splendor again, but has had some quaint fix-ups applied that make it comfortable and a bit charming. The cabins are next to the chateau building and are all modern buildings. Each has private bath, large bed, television, phone, and air-conditioning with plenty of horsepower. Very quiet. There is a large overgrown field at the rear of the chateau building, where, if you make it through the mosquitoes and poison ivy, you will find a crumbling tennis court. There was also an interesting old pool in the rear, with crumbling concrete borders that must have once been a reflecting pool of some sort or maybe an actual swimming pool. Today is has some fishes and maybe an eel or two lazing in it.

Reception was very 'provencal', i.e. friendly and warm, and very polite.

Fresh towels and soap were given daily.

Our business arrangements included breakfast (standard Continental cold cuts, cheese, yogurt, cereal, bread, juice) and lunch. About 15 of us were seated at a large table, and were brought a pre-arranged standard 4-course lunch. We had everything from lamb to pigeon (whatever the heck that was, it sure wasn't chicken) to fish (with bones). The food was well composed but I couldn't help feeling that the cooking just lacked the down-home French savoriness that satisfies you. Nonetheless it was appreciated, especially since it was paid for us. I have no idea if the chateau offers a meal menu for guests, or how expensive it is -- you'll have to inquire. My feeling is you'd do better to eat at one of the many very good and price-worthy bistros or restaurants in town.

The chateau seems to me to be quite out of the way, and you'll need a car for sure. However, it's really good if you need a very quiet place to roost and intend to make excursions out to Avignon, Nimes, the Roman acqueduct, or explore wineries.

  • Liked — Quiet, small number of rooms
  • Disliked — not many amenities - pool, tennis, etc. (but presumably you'd spend time seeing the area, not the hotel)
  • Stayed July 2007, travelled on business
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Additional Information about Chateau Du Val De Ceze

Property: Chateau Du Val De Ceze
Address: 69 Route d Avignon, 30200 Bagnols-sur-Ceze, France
Region: France > Occitanie > Gard > Bagnols-sur-Ceze
Amenities:
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Bagnols-sur-Ceze
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:3 star — Chateau Du Val De Ceze 3*
Number of rooms: 22
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