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Domaine de Rochevilaine
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Billiers
Certificate of Excellence
Northamptonshire, England
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294 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 231 helpful votes
“Excellent return visit!”
Reviewed 15 August 2011

Having reviewed this hotel some years ago, was doubtful about returning.but, the lure of the seafood specialities pulled and we spent a three night stay here. The weather was not at all good for the time of year, so we were already a bit miffed! However, this time we made good use of the indoor heated pool, and sauna facilities etc. The gardens that had been under repair the last visit were now in full glory and some refurbishments to the lounge were very pleasant. I have to say that the staff and service were exceptional!
Polite, friendly and very efficient. Our meals were all a sense of ocassion, and two out of the three evenings we had the best table in the restaurant.
Rooms as ever, were top drawer. We had junior suites with part sea view. There is no a/c in this building so be prepared! The food was amazing, both in flavour and presentation. Price of the drinks was (as seems to be the case in France at the moment) ridiculous. Supplements for beef and lobster already quite high price menu items I thought were a bit steep.
The only thing that didn't work for us was the breakfast menu and set up. I don't know why they have tried to work it like this, but to me if made the meal more of a competition than a 'start to the day'. However, again, all our requests were met, (six of us, there were quite a few over the 4 days) with no hesitation.
The outside area could do with a couple of more comfortable seats for those who are unable to access the loungers with cushions by the outdoor pool area (due to steep steps)
sitting on hard backed chairs outside for reading or relaxing is difficult.
On the whole we had a thoroughly enjoyable sojourn here this time. I do hope the lady who broke her leg whilst rock climbing on the beach makes a full recovery. And the fisherman that was washed up to the rocks was re acquainted with his boat quickly!
( I did say the weather was iffy!!!)

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 31 March 2011

We stayed two nights and greatly enjoyed the whole ambience of Domaine de Rochevilaine. Our room was attractive with balcony over sea and rocks. We dined both nights and particularly enjoyed seafood,fish and wonderful cheeses .We preferred the main dining room which had softer lighting than the blue dining room but both have great sea views. The spa is large with excellent indoor pool. Breakfast comes in three formats and room service was incredibly quick. We will come again.

  • Stayed March 2011, travelled as a couple
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Jersey, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 13 June 2009

A surprising variety of rooms within traditional and modern buildings and all maintained to a high standard with a super restaurant.

The cheaper rooms are in the modern spar complex with the very large pool and judging by the number of Parisien number plates is very popular for visits at the weekend .

It is a very enjoyable well presented hotel complex and the restaurant has lovely views of the sea with beautiful food and reasonably priced bottles of wine (compared to Auberge Bretonne!) so ticks all the right boxes for a lovely place to stay for a few days. Some of the granite cottages have now been refurbished to a high standard so they are quite expensive to stay in but it maybe worth the money for a special treat.

Overall a great place to stay and all the facilities which you would expect including a spa.

  • Stayed March 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 January 2009

We booked this hotel through Brittany Ferries, which seems to have been a very good deal and included a 4 course meal each night. We stayed for 3 nights at the end of October.
The room we had was very comfortable. We could see the sea, although we were not facing it, and looked out over well kept gardens. Our only problems with the room were that it was very dark (given the time of year we really needed another lamp in the room in order to be able to read at all) and there was no shower curtain. The bed was large and comfortable and the facilites were clean and in good order.
The swimming pool is superb. Large, warm and with bubble seats and jets around the sides. There is also a small jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and a plunge pool. The only very small downside with the pool was the usual impossibility of getting a lounger as they were all 'bagged' all the time.
The restaurant was superb. Apart from one steak which had not even seen the heat (I don't mind it rare, but this was still moo-ing!), which was cheerfully taken back and given a fleeting glance at some heat, we had fantastic food, just the right amount and beautifully presented. We were placed by the window, but as it was late October we could not see anything!
Staff were on the whole, pleasant, saying 'hello' in English when they passed us, and helpful.
Above all the location of this hotel is outstanding. The views are fantastic. The position on the coast is just fabulous. However, the hotel is a little remote. It is in a small village which is quite isolated. This did not bother us at all, but would be something to bear in mind if you are visiting this hotel as a car is needed.

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  • Disliked — Too dark in the room
  • Stayed October 2008, travelled with family
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Angers, Pays de Loire
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Reviewed 8 September 2008

To celebrate my wife’s birthday I booked a week-end break at the Domaine de Rochevilaine Hotel, one of the Relais and Chateaux Chain of hotels, usually a guarantee of quality.
Budget : 700 Euros for one night including breakfast and evening meal for 2. At this price one would expect to have a good time.
Tne Junior suite we were shown to turned out to be no more than a big room, a quarter of which was just a long corridor. The bathroom and toilet facilities were in good repair, but old fashioned. Nothing exceptional, apart from the sweltering temperature which prevailed in the room. Most 4 star hotel bedrooms are air-conditioned, but not this one. Consequently, we had to sleep with the windows open and battle with the mosquitoes from surrounding marshlands all night.
The welcome at the Reception desk was insipid. When I ventured to enquire whether we could have a table (booked 2 weeks beforehand) in the left wing of the hotel overlooking the sea as a birthday treat, the reply was “the seating arrangements have already been finalized by the Maitre D” . We were given a table in the right wing against the wall and next to the air conditioning unit which would have been much more useful in our room than in the restaurant. We were eventually given a table - for 4 - in the main restaurant where we could admire the sea from afar. So much for a romantic evening for 2. The meal was enjoyable except for one dish which had so much cinnamon added that it was inedible.
To conclude, if you have 700 Euros tucked away for a special occasion, give this hotel a miss.

  • Stayed August 2008, travelled as a couple
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Property: Domaine de Rochevilaine
Address: Domaine de Rochevilaine Pointe de Pen Lan, 56190 Billiers, France
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Region: France > Brittany > Morbihan > Billiers
Amenities:
Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Billiers
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Hotel Class:4 star — Domaine de Rochevilaine 4*
Number of rooms: 38
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Domaine de Rochevilaine boasts 300 metres of private seafront atop a rocky peninsula on the ocean coast. This south-facing complex dedicated to the art of living stands in a completely pollution-free location. It is the oldest and most beautiful of Brittany’s Relais & Châteaux destinations and is home to one of its star-rated restaurants. Enjoy the spacious Marine Spa (1,300 m2) with its exclusive treatments, as well as the art gallery set in the heart of this distillation of Breton architectural gems. The Domaine is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year.With its waterside location and unique architecture, the Domaine de Rochevilaine will whisk you off to another world. The domaine's Breton manor houses are home to France's first marine spa, an outdoor swimming pool (with heated seawater), a vast indoor water area (complete with an opening roof to make the most of the fine weather) and fitness room – as well as an art gallery for culture lovers. The gardens are romantic and full of passion.The Domaine de Rochevilaine has 38 rooms and suites located in the Domaine's various history-laden buildings. Each has its own unique decoration, offering total comfort and instant peace of mind with their breath-taking sea views.Star-rated chef Patrice Caillault, who is also Maître-cuisinier de France, expertly combines gourmet cuisine and nutrition. Perched on the rocks, there is no restaurant closer to the Ocean. __Le Domaine de Rochevilaine offre 300 mètres de façade maritime privée, presqu’île rocheuse posée sur l’océan. Exposé « plein sud », ce complexe dédié à l’art de vivre bénéficie d’une situation climatique exempte de toute pollution. Il est le plus ancien et l’un des plus beaux Relais & Châteaux de Bretagne et abrite une de ses tables étoilées. Profitez d’un vaste Spa marin (1 300 m2) aux soins exclusifs et d’une galerie d’art au cœur de cette concentration de trésors architecturaux bretons. Le Domaine est ouvert 7J/7, 365 jours par an.Situé les pieds dans l’eau, le Domaine de Rochevilaine offre de par son architecture unique, un réel dépaysement. Les manoirs bretons du domaine abritent le premier spa marin de France, une piscine extérieure (à l’eau de mer chauffée) et un vaste espace aquatique intérieur au toit ouvrant pour profiter des beaux jours, une salle de fitness et une galerie d’art pour tous les amoureux de la culture. Les jardins se révèlent romantiques et passionnés.Le Domaine de Rochevilaine propose 38 chambres et suites situées dans différents lieux de la riche histoire du Domaine. Toutes uniques de par leur décoration, elles offrent un confort absolu et un apaisement immédiat grâce à leur vue sur mer imprenable.Par le choix des produits et leur préparation, Patrice Caillault, chef de cuisine étoilé et Maître-cuisinier de France, conjugue à merveille diététique et gastronomie. Situé sur les rochers, il n’y a pas de restaurant plus proche de l’Océan. ... more   less 
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