Well, where to begin? The last night of our two week stay, on the outskirts of Aragon, was supposed to be the ‘piece de resistance.’ Upon arrival we were told there was only the set menu to choose from. Being reasonable and easygoing folk, we went with the flow. Firstly, the amuse bouche (liquidised water melon), was highly un-amusing. The shrimp crumble, slightly more amusing. The cod and cabbage, thoroughly offensive. The cheese ‘platter’ ventured into hilarity. At this point we realised the only other six guests were sawing their way through meat dishes with what appeared to be grimaces on their faces, I politely enquired why there were options available on other tables and was told this was because they were staying at the hotel. Bearing in mind we made up 50% of the clientele (ie there were 12 of us in total), I found this somewhat perplexing. A thoroughly mediocre evening. Over priced and a place that flatters to deceive. Extra star purely down to location and decor. Totally lacking in atmosphere and charm. Avoid.…
Definitely does not deserve 4 stars. Just 2 for the relaxing view. The reception is very bad. The staff is rude and in bad faith. Uncomfortable bedding. The food is bland and too expensive. Really very disappointed !!!
We stayed one night based on reviews about this location and the chef. The room is perfectly comfortable and clean.quite modern actually. Greetings was warm and helpful. Had a lovely walk through the vineyard next door and around the picturesque village. Then came the meal. One choice. We were warned. Two fish dishes- one for entree was quite tasty and artfully presented. A small portion but it came after amuses bouches and a shot of gazpacho. The main plat was..well flat, ungenerous in portion but tasty nonetheless. It left us underwhelmed and a bit hungry. Bill was stiff 84 euros for two with wine. Views are spectacular though.
We arrived after a long day and decided to check the menu. Unfortunately we were told that it would be difficult for us as that evening there was a set menu which did not cater for my vegetarian husband. After a discussion, fortunately we speak French, they came up will an acceptable compromise. The room in an annex was beautiful and very comfortable. The views were amazing. The bathroom while very modern and equipped as a wet room was less than successful. Everything got wet. I was concerned about us slipping as the floor remained wet all night. Our meal was beautiful and the wine excellent. The initial worries were removed. the Staff were very pleasant, and helpful. Unfortunately I was unwell that night and did not take breakfast.
We stayed at the hotel for one night in June 2018 on our way to Carcassonne. This is a cosy small family run hotel. We had dinner and the food was excellent. Three of us had the cassoulet and the fourth one had some fish and both dishes were fantastic. The breakfast was also delicious. The only downside at this hotel/restaurant is that the wifi is pretty poor quality. The staff (the couple that own and run the place) are really nice and do their best to make your stay enjoyable and memorable.