We loved Chateau Naze and the two delightful sisters who run it. Our elderly spaniel also enjoyed it, as the gardens are large and wooded and there are already 2 resident dogs to play with. If you walk a little way up the road, there is path through fields which is also ideal for dog-walking.
The rooms are comfortable and the breakfasts delicious, and sociable, as you share the long table with other guests. Madame 'Marite' prepared wonderful Tart Tatins, Apricot Clafouti, and home-made yogurts with fresh fruit on the 4 mornings we stayed last month. We even had a selection of cheeses a couple of times.
Our only regrets were that:
1) the heated pool wasn't functioning when we stayed, as it needed cleaning, (due to overhanging trees), and one of the main reasons I had chosen this Chateau was the pool.
2) That they don't provide dinner at all, as after a day out visiting other places, we really didn't feel like driving again. Even if they did dinner a few nights a week (and I'm sure the cooking would be superb) it would be welcome, and we'd certainly come to Naze again.More