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US$24 - US$83
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Reviewed 16 January 2019

This "Logis" is right off the A6 and is worth the 5 minute detour from the highway. Excellent service, surprisingly good food for cheap - the menu du Terroir at 25 euros is excellent. It includes an appetizer, main and desert and also includes an...amuse-bouche and sweets with coffee. We had the trout and beef main dishes which were excellent. everything was fresh and cooked to perfection, no bones in the fish folks!! Everything was delicious from start to finish. Highly recommend you stop.More

Date of visit: January 2019
Reviewed 23 September 2017

Being a foodie restaurant, tables get booked quickly; we couldn't reserve one when I booked our room. Having arrived early we secured a table. The food is fresh and local and therefore the choice is limited. Let that not deter you: we had the most...delicious trout meuniere with al dente vegetables. An amuse bouche of beetroot and cream surprised up - in a good way. I had the local cheeseboard which was served in the order one is supposed to eat it. The maitre d' could see my delight and offered me an extra one. My mother had ginger creme brullee, and loved it. We drank a local Chablis and finished with a Marc de Bourgogne under the lime trees.More

Date of visit: September 2017
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

This hotel is in the style of a motel with rooms separate from the main building and car parking outside the room. Our room was next to the road which went past the hotel to a transport company and was quite noisy due to the...heavy lorries passing by. Unable to sit outside the room on the grass due to the noise. The room though comfortable was in need of a bit of tlc to modernise but was cleaned daily. The breakfasts were good with lots of choice. Dinner was especially good with good choice of menus and local wines. The staff in the restaurant were very efficient and there were no undue delays between courses. All the staff on reception and in the restaurant for breakfast and dinner were very pleasant and helpful in all respects. This hotel is well situated near the motorway junction. We would use this hotel again when in the area.More

Date of visit: July 2017
Reviewed 5 June 2017

We had a week in France and far too many average and poor meals. Our last evening and this was recommended by a friend. It's really good, honest and properly bourgeois cooking. Great starters and mains and very thoughtful kid's menu. Excellent value for around...115 Euros for family of four with a decent bottle of Chablis. And the staff actually smiled and looked as if they cared. Bravo.More

Date of visit: June 2017
Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

I haven't had a huge amount of luck finding good French restaurants in general but we stumbled upon Le Relais Fleuri and very much enjoyed it. Good French cooking with a great bottle of wine, an interesting children's menu, I would definitely return.

Date of visit: June 2017
Reviewed 11 September 2015

The rooms/chalets were very clean. The hotel is in a perfect location with no immediate neighbours so nice and quiet. The outdoor pool was very clean and quiet. The restaurant is very French and a little pricey. Mainly set menu's which could present problems if...catering for children. The staff were not over friendly just efficient. However we would stay again but eat elsewhere.More

Date of visit: August 2015
Reviewed 30 August 2014

We were four to a family dinner. None of us knew anything of the restaurant other than it was supposed to have a good kitchen and a fine menu. Two of us took lamb for the main course, one the Burgundy Trout and the four...ha chicken dish. The dining room was crowded so we were not surprised at the speed of service. When the main courses arrived, my wife was displeased with her trout. The red Burgundy wine overwhelmed the delicate taste of the trout. This may or may not have been the fault of the kitchen. We wondered at the combination that seemed so unlikely to have been a good match. The chicken was good, but the two lamb dishes were somewhat tough. Deserts and cheeses were also OK, but there was nothing to justify the pricing.More

Date of visit: August 2014
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  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 3.5