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L'Auberge des Moulins

2 rue de Pontarlier, 25110 Pont-les-Moulins France
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A very pleasant hotel with 12 rooms and restaurant. In each room atmosphere of library. Wifi free, and a very good restaurant with a lot of river fish on the menu and vegetarian menu.A family atmsophere for a little stay.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Ironing service
Breakfast buffet
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Bas&Meg wrote a review Aug 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands4 contributions4 helpful votes
We were passing through and were looking for a place to spend the night in the neighborhood. Via booking.com we found it. At first the hotel and restaurant seemed to be closed, but turned out not to be so. There was 1 other room booked. The hotel itself is fine, dated, but clean and tidy. The lady behind the counter unfortunately only spoke French, which made communicating more difficult. However, what is exceptionally good is the food here! Rarely have I eaten so good and tasty. The beef is juicy, tender and perfectly prepared. Fresh vegetables, tasty sauce. Unexpectedly good and actually just a reason to go back. Chaupeau! Drive around, to eat here. Really.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Leslie C wrote a review Sep 2019
Berlin, Germany125 contributions95 helpful votes
We had heard that this unassuming country hotel, squeezed between two roads plagued with trucks, was a gourmet's paradise. And it actually was Frederic, the owner cum chef would be the toast of Lyon or Paris but he is satisfied to be one of the best darn cooks we have come across. His terrine de campagne was superb as was the starter we had the second evening, salmon rolled in a blini dough and filled with chopped vegetables, all in a delicious white sauce with choice salad leaves. I had the fowl in a sesame covering together with chanterelle mushrooms and a marvellous sauce. My wife's white fish was equally tantalizing. The three course menu , including a parade of the finest cheeses the region has to offer, is a modest 26 Euros.As for the wine, the Burgundy region, is the home of some of classic ones and Frederic and his wife Nathalie offer them by the bottle, half bottle, quarter bottle and by the glass. All at very fair prices. Forget the trucks that roar past during the day and concentrate on the evening repast which starts at 7:30 pm.You won't regret it.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Marymacleodm wrote a review Sep 2017
Kiltarlity, United Kingdom27 contributions13 helpful votes
the entry was difficult as the pavement was narrow and jutted into a typically rural French road. The hotel was somewhat shabby and short staffed, given the wait at Reception for the lady who was multi tasking. Room 9's suite was poky when on the toilet seat my feet dangled about 6 inches off the floor, made me feel like a toddler waiting for mummy The dinner was marvellous and really earned its reputation
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Date of stay: August 2017
Sleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: don't take room 9, the others' were good
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iamallovertheplace wrote a review Jul 2017
Isle of Man, United Kingdom202 contributions104 helpful votes
This hotel was a couple of miles away from my cycling route, but was worth the detour, particularly for the restaurant. It is located in a very small village, albeit on a busy road. My room was compact and fairly basic, but clean and functional. In a way, the restaurant is of such a high quality that suggests that it should be associated with a much better hotel - the food was very enjoyable indeed. It cost over half of the cost of the room though, which maybe indicates the contrast between accommodation and restaurant. Breakfast was not quite of the same standard, but good enough. Staff were friendly - check-in is 4pm.
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Date of stay: June 2017
Trip type: Travelled solo
Veni_bibi_edi wrote a review May 2016
Cirencester, United Kingdom318 contributions128 helpful votes
This is in a small village on a route mainly used by those travelling on the N57 north-south wanting to avoid Besancon. It is on a fairly sharp corner so slow down when approaching. There is a decent-sized car park on the north side of the hotel. The village affords a few opportunities for walks and a bit of country air before dinner! A word of warning, the reception is closed during the afternoon. We were fortunate to arrive late enough for the hotel to be open as we had not been informed in advance. The rooms are fine but we felt the best part of the hotel was its food and wine in the restaurant. We enjoyed an excellent dinner. Breakfast is taken in the spacious breakfast room and is a buffet including drinks that are better suited to a company meeting. I do like my tea and coffe freshly made for breakfast.
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Date of stay: April 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$90 - US$99 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about L'Auberge des Moulins
Which popular attractions are close to L'Auberge des Moulins?
Nearby attractions include Église Saint-Martin de Baume-les-Dames (3.3 km), Belvédère du Saut de Gamache (3.1 km), and Abbaye de Baume-les-Dames (3.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at L'Auberge des Moulins?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at L'Auberge des Moulins?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at L'Auberge des Moulins?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to L'Auberge des Moulins?
Conveniently located restaurants include L'Auberge Des Trois Ponts, Restaurant Le Charleston, and La Source Bleue.
Is L'Auberge des Moulins located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.06 km away from the centre of Pont-les-Moulins.
Are pets allowed at L'Auberge des Moulins?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to L'Auberge des Moulins?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Hotel Particulier des Sires de Neufchatel (3.2 km).