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Le Chateau De Lafeyette

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136 N Fletcher Ave, Mayo, FL 32066
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Branson_MissouriDave wrote a review Jan 2019
Branson, Missouri227 contributions61 helpful votes
Let me say first that if you stay at this wonderful place, you are in Mayo Florida not New York city. If you don't hunt, fish or harvest timber then you will not have much to do. For us it is a convenient stopping point on our way home to Missouri. And we could not have been more happy with our stay. The owner Donna is a very gracious host and makes a great breakfast quiche. We had the place to ourselves. So nice! We will be back next year for sure. Thanks to Donna and Doris.
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Date of stay: January 2019
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Cstuff4me wrote a review Jan 2017
Largo, Florida7 contributions2 helpful votes
In Mayo, this is my favorite, We have stayed 4 times. Super comfortable beds, charm is everywhere!Clean and great owners who work with your coming and going hours. Simple DIY breakfast works for us! You cannot go wrong here.
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Date of stay: November 2016
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PamelaV99 wrote a review Oct 2016
Ellicott City, Maryland29 contributions38 helpful votes
I would agree with GoForWalk in terms of their general review. I was in need of a room since all the local hotels were booked with people fleeing Hurricane Matthew. I found the owner Donna to be EXTREMELY congenial and helpful. I stayed in the Brook Suite on the first floor. The bed was absolutely fine, the A/C made the room almost too cold. The charm was indescribable. I thought I was back in my grandmother's home in New England...old wood, beautiful antiques, very quiet. Shower was fine (hot and cold knobs were reversed). I didn't use the TV. WiFi access was appreciated. The breakfast was continental, but there is a relatively new restaurant one block away that serves a fabulous breakfast - the Great Southern Biscuit Company. Definitely a fine place to stay if you appreciate period B&B inns. At $65 per night, I would definitely return!
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Date of stay: October 2016
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chainash1 wrote a review Jul 2015
Anniston, Alabama1 contribution9 helpful votes
I grew up in Mayo where le chateau de lafayette is located. I moved away in the early 90s (Army) but came back regularly to visit family.As my family grew with wife,kids it was harder to stay with family because we were quite a large family and space became limited.So this trip we decided to stay at Le Chateau De Lafayette.Wow,I haven't regretted a decision this bad in a loooooog time.The room looks beautifully furnished at first glance.Then the problems started.The tv had 3 channels,the beds were super uncomfortable.When we plugged in the microwave no buttons worked except start.Luckily for some reason it was already set for 3 minutes.Since no other buttons worked we had to make sure we used it as little as possible because as soon as the 3 minutes counted down you couldn't reset it.Now the worst thing was the room had 2 wall unit air conditioners which doesn't sound too bad.Well one didn't work at all,the other barely blew at all.As you may know summer in Florida can be a little hot so this was a problem.There was a thermostat but it didn't work.We tried to contact manager to see if these things could be resolved.Well she went home for the night and didn't respond to our phone calls or emails at all.It was one of the worst experiences I've ever had,period.Please believe me,please,stay away,far away.Youll thank me later.P.S.Room rate $75 a night.So,yeah.
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Date of stay: July 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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Eugene H wrote a review Jan 2015
Space Coast, Florida56 contributions42 helpful votes
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We spent a night at the Le Chateau on the weekend after Christmas. The Negatives This is NOT a cookie-cutter motel. It is closer to a museum with antiques and intangible charm. Sounds like a positive doesn’t it? But you have to sacrifice some amenities: After we checked in, our room was getting a little hot and stuffy. Problem: I could not find the thermostat. No fans. No window shaker AC either. Only operable window was in the bath. An easy visit to the front desk fixed the problem: there is a central thermostat (not in the room) which our host quickly adjusted and we were comfortable. The rooms are heated/cooled by forced air through floor vents. Our room shared a wall with window onto the porch dining room. Problem: the curtains, while beautiful, did not block the light bulb left on overnight in the dining room. I checked the porch to see if I could turn off the light but could not find the switch. The next morning, in daylight, I saw there was no switch – you just pull the plug. Now I know where it is! Our room included a bath. But, it was pretty small: shower plus water closet. Sink was in the room. Bring your own shampoo, etc. Breakfast: The kitchen has a lot of amenities but on this morning, it was do-it-yourself. We made our own coffee and toast, etc. We had a most relaxing breakfast on the porch dining room and cleaned up after ourselves. Just like home. Maybe not a negative, but not what most folks are used to. The Positives Staying at Le Chateau is like going back to another time! The furnishings were just about all antiques. You wondered if you should pay admission to walk around like in a museum! Lots of period solid wood pieces, lace and charm from another time. The Christmas decorations were still up. Outstanding! See photos. When I got up the next morning, I explored like a little kid: climbed every stair, walked every veranda, might even been skipping around. Now the FAQ – frequently avoided questions: So where do you eat in Mayo? While we found a few places to eat, the only chain type was Subway. All were in walking distance. Best bet might be to shop at the Thriftway (in walking distance), and talk the management into letting you fix your lunch and dinner in the kitchen and dine on that porch? So where do you “unwind” in Mayo? Lafayette County is dry. You might have to leave the county to have a beer. Alcohol is not permitted at Le Chateau. Last question – to me: Why stay here instead of any motel at an I-10 exit? If you want those amenities and stay in reach of the interstate, this is not for you. We decided on Le Chateau because it is NOT cookie-cutter. Le Chateau is all about the beauty and history of times gone by. “Ale to już było i nie wróci więcej!” translation: “Ah, but that has already been and will not return again!” Le Chateau is a one-and-only.
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Date of stay: December 2014
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Frequently Asked Questions about Le Chateau De Lafeyette
What are some restaurants close to Le Chateau De Lafeyette?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Great Southern Biscuit Company, Sonny C's BBQ, and Subs and More.
Is Le Chateau De Lafeyette located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.08 km away from the centre of Mayo.