The hotel and grounds are very pleasant. It has the feel of a “boutique” place. Covid makes it all a little more difficult and you get the feeling they are cutting a few corners and to be fair not 100% happy doing that. All things considered though I’d recommend it - warm welcome, lovely (romantic?) setting and despite restaurant being closed, food in bistro is good but VERY limited menu. Wouldn’t take a fussy eater or children.
Two more visits- one each side of Christmas- and still as good as ever. The food and service in the Meurin restaurant is truly outstanding and the level of service exemplary. The second stay was on a Sunday night and with the main restaurant closed we ate in the Jardin d'Alice. Excellent food and service at extremely reasonable price. Breakfasts are also of a high standard. How do they keep it up? Remarkable.
Because we were driving up from the South of France our arrival time was difficult to predict, so we said when asked anytime between 4 and 8pm. We arrived at 5.20pm to be told the room wasn't ready, did we want a coffee whilst we waited in a not particularly friendly manner. We had booked a suite so we said that we were not very happy, so they gave us another room. The suite was one of those where the extra room was more of a lobby, the sofa was sofa bed (we know as they packed it up as we walked in) and was not very comfortable to sit on and the bedroom was of average size; the bathroom though was very nice. But for a suite I was disappointed. The room was on the front of the building, which is flood lit at night, all night. At 2 am I awoke and genuinely thought it was 8am as so much light was steaming through the blinds and the next door room. Breakfast, it was delicious, but there was only one gentleman serving, and it was a full hotel being a weekend, so that was not great either as we had to wait whilst he was working really hard on all of the full tables. A hotel of this standard should have more than one person serving. That said, I forgave it everything because of the restaurant, reviewed separately, but if I had come here for a stay in a suite in a chateau and had not had dinner there, then I would have been very very disappointed.…
My wife and I spent the night at this beautiful little hotel on a trip to France. The whole experience was great. The room was delightful and the service in the hotel was fantastic. I will write a separate review of our dining experience at Le Meurin, the 2 Michelin Star restaurant on premises, but I would say that the hotel complimented the restaurant and the restaurant complimented the hotel. If you are considering dining here, spend the night as well! Overall a fantastic visit.
The restaurant lives up to it's Michelin stars. Excellent food. Charming staff both at the reception and waitering the tables. The breakfast is also very high standard.I particularly liked the fact that there was a juicer with freshly cut fruit to make your own healthy juice. I was a little disappointed with the scrambled eggs however and I think they should offer a wider variety of ways of having your eggs for example: Poached or omelettes perhaps. I also think that the rooms are over priced especially considering that their bathrooms are not terribly well adapted for elder people. Both my parents nearly slipped coming out the shower. I would have voted 5 if the bathroom was more modern and had more handles for elderly people.