There are a few areas that require improvement. Our bed was rather uncomfortable due to the mattress bending in the middle, offering a rather cosy, albeit cramped sleep. The two VERY flat pillows on the bed have seen better days and could do with replacing. Perhaps a couple of additional soft pillows could be stored in the wardrobe. It would be wonderful if there were coffee and tea making facilities in the room and even a small bar fridge, however we understand that this may be cost prohibitive for the hotel. The breakfast could be made a bit more exciting. We received good quality bottled orange juice, Coco Pops and Frosties as cereal, great coffee, fresh croissants and choc croissant, some slices of freshly baked baguette, jam/butter, plain yoghurt and a tub of apple puree. Hmm. May I suggest just a couple slices of cheese and ham, some fresh fruit and better quality cereal. After all, staying at such a beautiful chateau one expects a little more of a gourmet style breakfast. Unfortunately during the two days we stayed at the hotel there was no WIFI available due to a change-over to a new provider. Our host kindly offered his pc for us to use. If WIFI is important to you, you may wish to check if this issue has been resolved.
We loved the property. The gardens were immaculate and really beautiful. The actual building was amazing, just what you always imagine when you talk about a beautiful French chateau. Our room was large and nicely furnished and the view over the garden was mesmerizing. The recently renovated shower room was was also very spacious and and water pressure was superb! The chateau is located in a very quiet area. The host was most helpful and welcoming. His English is good; I wish I could speak French half as well as he can speak English. As we could not find his chateau he drove into town to guide us to the hotel. That was very kind of him. Our little private breakfast room was charming and there is plenty of parking right at the front door.