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... the outside world. We stayed 2 nights in the first floor room with balcony overlooking the gardens, it was huge with antic...
... situated in beautiful grounds. Stayed in the Coco Channel room and then de l'Labbe 1. Both are lovely rooms with very...
When booking a room in a historic place, I look for authenticity that doesn't compromise comfort or cleanliness, an atmosphere...
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jglaw wrote a review Nov 2017
Ghent, Belgium163 contributions81 helpful votes
This ancient residence breathes calm and serenity. It is located next to a small river at the end of a majestic driveway and feels more like a private residence you are allowed to share with the hosts. Clearly the renovation and maintenance of these edifices is a work in progress, so 21h century not yet arrived here, I consider this an advantage, and staying at this place makes you feel very different and detached from the outside world.

We stayed 2 nights in the first floor room with balcony overlooking the gardens, it was huge with antic furniture and a newly renovated bathroom.

The breakfast in the stately dining room was a marvel, with home made honey and marmalade and a warm reception by the hosts.
Diner is only served on request, there is an excellent restaurant in Sacy, at an 8 km distance.
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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kerswilla wrote a review Apr 2017
Windsor, United Kingdom18 contributions10 helpful votes
The abbey is stunning and situated in beautiful grounds. Stayed in the Coco Channel room and then de l'Labbe 1.
Both are lovely rooms with very comfortable beds. Beatrice the owner/host along with her husband made us feel very welcomed. Would throughly recommend if your staying in Vermenton area.
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Date of stay: April 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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PouletteParis wrote a review Sep 2016
Vilnius, Lithuania182 contributions97 helpful votes
When booking a room in a historic place, I look for authenticity that doesn't compromise comfort or cleanliness, an atmosphere that lends itself to conversation, and an overall experience that has a sense of place. The Abbaye de Reigny delivers on all those counts.

Awarded for their restoration efforts by the French Historical Society, the hosts have turned the abbey into an ongoing labor of love. Restoring as funds allow, the main building contains a scale model of the abbey as it once was, which helps to appreciate the remaining structures. Take a tour and see the space in context. Walk around the grounds and stroll along the river and you'll see the ancient remnants of hydraulic engineering. From there, you can gather an impression of the site as it was, calm and beautiful. If you're feeling active, you can take the flat-bottomed boat out onto the river and paddle upstream to really get away from it all.

The rooms are comfortably appointed and respectful of the past. The thick masonry walls helped to keep the space comfortable even as the mercury rose to record levels. The bathroom had all of the conveniences, and the double entry to the room ensured privacy. There is a more modern common space on the upper floor outside the rooms where the wifi can be easily accessed, and guests can relax and mingle. The small fridge and coffee maker are a nice touch.

Breakfast is offered out on the terrace in pleasant weather and provides another moment for contemplating the outdoor spaces and the dovecote. Upon request and when possible, guests can opt for a dinner at the hosts' table in the dining room which is nicely presented and tasty.

For those who wish to organize a wedding or other event, the large-capacity refectory can also be rented.

It is a very convenient location from which to visit the various sights and villages in the Yonne region.

Families with children are easily accommodated, but the bedrooms would not be ideal for handicapped or mobility-impaired individuals due to the large and broad staircase it is necessary to climb to reach them.

Overall, I highly recommend this charming abbey for those who wish to surround themselves with the heart and history of the region.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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sdenttasker wrote a review Aug 2015
Buxton, United Kingdom148 contributions64 helpful votes
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We were looking for accommodation whilst visiting a friend in Vermenton. The Abbaye was booked on line but we soon realised that we were going someone special!
Beatrice and her family not only provided us with wonderful accommodation but they also organised some fabulous weather!
A massive room with double aspect windows, a wonderful large comfortable bed and a delicious breakfast, what more could you ask for?
The obvious enthusiasm and energy of the family for maintaining and developing this amazing heritage is infectious. Take a tour around the buildings. One of the only Cistercian foundations in private hands.
We loved it.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from beatrice m, Propriétaire at Abbaye de Reigny
Responded 19 Feb 2016
Thank you so much for your message. It's good to remember last summer!!
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Riatrowbridg wrote a review Apr 2015
22 contributions6 helpful votes
The Abbaye is an interesting and beautiful place. The couple running it were perfect hosts and we felt very welcomed and at home. The room was huge and wonderfully decorated. The breakfast was fabulous and the dinner was excellent and extremely good value for money. I plan to return and would reccomend it to anyone planning a visit to this wonderful area of France
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Date of stay: April 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from beatrice m, Propriétaire at Abbaye de Reigny
Responded 19 Feb 2016
Thank for your kind message. Louis-Marie and I will be very pleased to see you again!
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