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Be prepared to be told hotel restaurant only holds a small number of guests so no food available on site, no option for room service. village has small crepe restaurant but was also full. 15 minute drive to eat. Staff shrug shoulders and don't care....More
The good: amazing grounds, amazing historical building, and great staff.
The bad: rooms are somewhat antiquated, bad wifi, and no air conditioning
They say it's not where you are, rather who you're with that makes or breaks a place. Perhaps I was in the right...More
The castle is just beautiful, there's no point in denying that, but, could it be better? Yes, it definitely could. Is it still worth visiting? Yes, it definitely is.
It's easy to see that the building and rooms may not be in all it's former...More
No doubt that once upon a time this was a great hotel.
But now, it's all a bit fatigued. Tired.
The rooms are clean, but no airconditioning, old furniture, old bathrooms, ... mean you get this feeling no investment has been made into this hotel...More
The view of this Chateau is lovely, surrounded by water with interesting creatures, a grand courtyard, wonderful historically grand common rooms. But the conflict between history and the present abound.
The staff is generally indifferent, maintenance terrible, decor - perhaps once nice - is shabby....More
US$118 - US$168 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm sorry to tell you that they aren't handicapped friendly in the way that the hotel isn't much suitable. The lift is quite small, the bathroom too, and there is only a bathtub with a quite high border, where you then can... More
I'm sorry to tell you that they aren't handicapped friendly in the way that the hotel isn't much suitable. The lift is quite small, the bathroom too, and there is only a bathtub with a quite high border, where you then can have a shower. The rooms are quite big but that's the only advantage. You have to keep in mind that it was an old castle which has been modified in a hotel with modern equipment but with rooms and facilities of some centuries ago. Hope this answer has been of your help. Wish you all the best.