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... about it! The house is beautiful, as well as the garden and pool area which is great to relax. Our rooms (we were a group of...
... It was a shame it was raining as there was a lovely big pool and garden to explore at the back of the house. ...
... and non-meat eaters. We only met 4 of the 7 cats! The pool area and garden look beautiful and we would like to take...
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Jessie_0211 wrote a review Jun 2017
Düsseldorf, Germany115 contributions26 helpful votes
We spent 4 nights in this B&B together with friends and loved everything about it! The house is beautiful, as well as the garden and pool area which is great to relax. Our rooms (we were a group of 4 people) were next to one another and had a shared bathroom/toilet - which was fine for us, there are also rooms with en suite bathrooms. The rooms are individually decorated according to a theme - we had the "Asian" room for example. You have to like a little opulence as far as decorations go, but we really liked it and it made you feel quite at home. The beds were comfy and we had free water, little chocolates and fruit in our rooms, which was a nice touch. Breakfast was delicious.
The hosts were lovely and really made their guests feel welcome - thanks again for that and we would definitely stay there again!
Do note that the owners have quite a few cute cats as pets that roam the house and gardens. They are not allowed in the rooms though and everything was spotlessly clean.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Julie G wrote a review Jun 2016
Plymouth, United Kingdom1 contribution
We chose Le Petit Chateau for an overnight stop on the way back up country. We were welcomed into a beautiful, comfortable, opulent home, whose ambience and service made us feel like royalty! They moved their car out of the garage so we could park our motorcycles out of the rain. The building and its contents are full of light and colour, beautiful objets, art, French history. Fabulous. The food was amazing, cooked by a wonderfully passionate chef, served by gracious and friendly hosts. I told them I was going to move in and marry the chef! It was a shame it was raining as there was a lovely big pool and garden to explore at the back of the house. Fingers-crossed for next time.
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Date of stay: June 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We had the Mata Hari room which overlooked the back of the house. Very quiet and comfortable.
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Glebegirl1 wrote a review Oct 2015
London, United Kingdom19 contributions5 helpful votes
Have just returned from 3 days at Le Petit Chateau as we had chosen Tiffauges to visit nearby family. Wonderful stay and table d'hote. The owners provided us with a 5-6 course dinner with aperitif and wine to which we invited local family and friends. They also allowed us to dine on a Sunday evening at our special request and catered throughout for vegetarians and non-meat eaters. We only met 4 of the 7 cats! The pool area and garden look beautiful and we would like to take advantage on our return. Our stay was in La Pompadour room - it has a rather compact shower room but the room itself is large and very impressive with an enormous bed.
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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sumerkirima wrote a review Aug 2015
Geneva, Switzerland287 contributions45 helpful votes
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to start with our story at this place, I should say that it was chosen as the best hotel available close to Puy du Fou, which we wanted to visit. And indeed, it was within 20-25 min of driving.
The hotel (or better say bed and breakfast) is nicely located, there's always a place to park nearby - just on the street. One can go to restaurants & cafes nearby - they were very good (you can check in my later posts).
But we had some stress at the beginning, which (luckily, ended in a very positive way).
So, to start with: we did not pay attention that being "chambres d'hotes" (bed & breakfast) they have check-in at 17.00, unlike usual 14.00 in most hotels. We've arrived in about 15.30. Nice & friendly man has opened the door & nicely told us that we should come back at 5: )
yet he did not close the door in front of us, so we have continued negotiations: ) He confirmed that we can leave our luggage, which was fine. But... we've travelled with our small dog (phlegmatic & cheerful pug), and the same man tells us that they accept dogs, but one can't leave them in the room alone (while we wanted to go seeing shows at Puy du Fou and planned to leave her in the hotel).
By that time there were already 2 gentlemen (Bertrand and Jean-Pierre) talking to us: )))) they were really trying to help & find both explanation & solution. They explained that there's no possibility to inform dog owners at booking.com about this rule, but that it is mentioned at their own site (which we certainly didn't check), but when e-mailing to them our pug was mentioned, and in their reply there was no information about this limitation... they added that it is because they had very serious issues - dogs have damaged ancient property in the castle, being alone, and their insurance has some rules... they offered to call & book cannel at Puy du Fou...I continued staying, smiling, explaining that we've chosen them because it is marked that dogs are accepted, and that they had a chance to inform us in their e-mails about extra-rules...
anyways, within few minutes one of them (looking at our phlegmatic Lala & listening to my reassurance that she has never ever spoiled or chewed anything (which is true)) suggested to take care of her, feed her & walk her out at any time: ))))
I should underline that above discussion was very fast & in extremely polite manner, with every attempt to help & offer acceptable solution: )
We were happy. Lala was happy. Puy du Fou was exchiting. Room (we've stayed at Sara Bernard), breakfast & garden were adorable: ))
It is a lovely place, where you can keep your kids busy with swimming pool & playing in the garden. Hosts are like a family. Indeed. It feels that they really care.
Just if you travel with dog, make sure that you clarify it by e-mails or phone, and check their policy. I am sure that Bertrand and Jean-Pierre will do their best, as they did with us.
By the way, if you, Bertrand and Jean-Pierre, happen to read this review: I would like to suggest you an idea - you can arrange small cannel for 1-2 dogs in your lovely & spacious garden. Thus you will have no headache with any dog risks: )))
Dear Bertrand and Jean-Pierre, thank you very much again & again for your style & attitude. We will always remember you, and if we will ever have chance to visit you, we'd be happy.
Lala, Anastasia & Alexander.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Hebron134 wrote a review Jul 2014
Cleethorpes, United Kingdom36 contributions25 helpful votes
We stayed here for 2 nights and found it to be prefect for us. Bertrand and Jean-Pierre were great hosts and couldn't do enough. Jean Pierre is the chef and dinner on our first night was well presented and tasted great, nice wine and good company with other guests. Used the pool both days, and the gardens are great for relaxing. We will definitely stay here again if in the area.
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Date of stay: July 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We stayed in the Mata Hari which overlooked the pool and gardens. Good facilities and although...
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