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Reviewed 25 August 2010

The room on the first floor was very small, and cramped. We had to put a couple of cases on top of the wardrobe simply so that we could walk around. When we took these cases down, we were covered in a shower of dust, dead insects and fluff. Very unpleasant. But the worst problem was the food. The menu was only available in French, and the head waiter, when asked to explain main courses, simply said "chicken" "beef" "veal" and so on, with not the slightest explanation of what the dish might actually be. The secondary ingredients of the veal triggered the known alergic reaction from the member of the party that had ordered it.... luckily she spotted it at the first taste and so no serious damage was done. And the chicken dish was simply raw in the middle. The beef was wrongly cooked (which, to be fair, the waiter accepted as their error, but which took about 15 minutes to correct). We ended up going into the main square to get some supper.

  • Stayed: August 2010, travelled with family
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1  Thank 2000B
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Reviewed 5 August 2010

Cannot tell you enough how disappointing this accommodation was. We pre booked this online. How stupid we were... 33 degrees celcius outside!! NO AIRCONDITIONING!!! No fridge!!! Small pokey room with a small box window our only fresh air.. Disgustingly expensive for below average accommodation. Stayed here as thought a "Best Western" guaranteed a "high" standard. WE WERE WRONG!! The 4 days we had in France could not go quick enough.. Second class facilities in such a beautiful place.. We are Australian and not pretencious at all but "come on" you can do better than that for $300 per night!!!!

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank DijoPerth
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Reviewed 29 June 2010

The hotel is atmospheric and has a courtyard in the centre which provides free parking. The outlook onto it is peaceful, which is just as well as the room was like an oven and I had to have the window wide open all night as there is no aircon.

Rooms on the second floor have no elevator and there is a long flight of stairs with no porter service. So be prepared to carry your bag.

The confusing layout of the hotel is not helped by the description at the front desk on arrival. Don't be put off as the bathrooms are modern and it conveniently located to the centre of town.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Butterstoneman
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Reviewed 23 February 2010

Stayed at this hotel in Feb 2010 and we were, eventually, very happy. Our room was spotless, quiet and comfortable if not over large. However, the first room we were given was not at all acceptable; tiny, very low ceiling, no headboard, looking out onto a skylight roof. It felt like a cupboard with a bed squashed in it! The young man on the desk was very accommodating when we complained and quickly found us another room overlooking the courtyard which was fine. If you book this hotel, take care which room they give you!! Parking was free and safe in the courtyard (a big plus) and the hotel location is great. The reception staff were great and went the extra mile to help, with excellent english spoken. The restaurant isn't the cheapest but the food is very good, the room beautiful and atmospheric, the staff very friendly and helpful and we felt it was worth a little "splurge". Overall, we would stay there again, providing we weren't booked into a "cupboard".

  • Stayed: February 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Valerie-Parry
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Reviewed 13 December 2009

We arrived by train and walked to the hotel - about 20 mins. We had difficulty finding it but a passerby voluntarily directed us. Although there is a lift, it felt like a bit of a trek to our room which was clean and well-kept. We like the separate toilet. The staff were helpful without being intrusive. The breakfast was pricey but the evening meal was good value and well presented. It was very quiet which we liked. We would stay there again.

  • Stayed: December 2009, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank OkeyNorthampton
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