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Lovely quiet location with good food and welcoming staff. Room was simple and the double bed a little small and the mattress dipped but all clean and well equipped. Parking and a nice relaxing garden area at the rear.
We stayed here with my 85 year old Mother in law and had a very restful, relaxing holiday. Extremely comfortable beds and overall a very comfortable stay. Staff were all very friendly and could do no more to make our stay enjoyable. Food was good and average price compared to other nearby restaurants.
The location was a very nice place it was in a scenic area of France. However, being the only hotel in Argoules meant that they almost had a monopoly over the area, the food prices were extremely expensive and wasn’t actually all too filling. The rooms were nice enough however the carpet had stains in which isn’t nice when arriving at 8pm at night. Adding to this some of the bed sheets had some stains on which were not appealing to sleep on. The staff in the restaurant were friendly enough however the management less so. It was a nice idea to have a lovely field at the back where you could play games or sunbathe and the swimming pool was an added bonus even though it wasn’t warm. My biggest concern was the closing times, the bar closed at 10pm and the last order of food was 8.30pm , I understand it’s a family business however it is still a hotel and the customers needs should be first. So I believe that it should be opened later to cater for customers who wish to spend longer at the bar. I would not return since it was a fair distance from the biggest city and there were not many international tourists in the area which meant you felt outnumbered.
After a couple of poor experiences, my wife refuses to eat in this restaurant. So as she was away on a business trip, I thought I would go on my own and see if it had improved. It was a beautiful warm evening and the restaurant is situated in a lovely setting. However I opted to sit inside to avoid the flies. Service was prompt and the waiter was attentive. In spite it being at least three years since I last ate in this restaurant, the menu had not changed and was still very limited. I ordered a Ficelle Picarde which is a crepe filled with ham, mushrooms and garlic in a cheese sauce, plus duck a l’orange on the set menu for €28.50 The Ficelle Picard arrived with the sauce bubbling and it looked good. After eating a few mouthfuls I was surprised that it tasted fishy, after which I found a piece of smoked fish in it. The waiter replaced it. I had asked for the duck to be bien cuit or well cooked, as that usually means you will get it medium. When it turned up the food was barely lukewarm, there were hardly any vegetables, the sauce was more like a gravy than once based on oranges. Unfortunately the waiter had somehow mistaken my order for well cooked as “A Point” which is blue in France. My French is bad, but OK for ordering food usually. Also I did not recognise the meat as duck. This was not a breast, but more like a spatchcocked version. The meat was tough and fatty. I complained and decided not to have dessert in case they messed up the ice cream. The lady in charge refused to deduct the cost of the duck. I hate sending food back and I did not fancy this duck reheated. So I paid the bill and left.....never to return.
Web had a great family meal here in late September 2018 - the restaurant is nicely decorated in a traditional rustic style, the waiting staff were excellent (they speak good English - even if they don’t think they do!) and most importantly the food was most delicious. A fabulous place to spend the evening. Highly recommended.
The staff in this restaurant are so friendly and efficient - we were welcomed so warmly. The food is absolutely lovely - the quality and presentation is fabulous (and by the way the prices are more than value for money!) We would absolutely recommend this restaurant to anyone staying in the area and will definitely visit again should we come back to Argoules. Thank you so much for a great evening.
We stayed here for two nights in August. It was our second visit to the inn. The location is beautiful, with a large garden with sun loungers behind the hotel. The food is very French, fresh and well-prepared and the staff are very welcoming. After dinner, there is a small comfortable bar for a digestif and time to plan the next day's activities. Only one small niggle, there was some traffic noise at night as our room was next to the road and it was the middle of harvest, so tractors were going past. As a stop-off when heading for the ferries or as part of a tour of the area, this hotel is definitely worth a visit.
We stayed for a night in July on the way back up to the tunnel. Ideally located for the tunnel which was about a mile away. Nice to have a dip in the pool. Spacious garden. Excellent meal in the restaurant. Comfortable and clean room. Very quiet location for a good night's sleep. Friendly staff, good beer on tap. TV in lounge. Highly recommended. Good place to stay for WW1 locations perhaps.
Nice hotel which we used as a stop over after a stay in the Dordogne. Only an hour from the tunnel so ideal. Good three star facilities plus swimming pool and nice gardens. Isolated but quaint. Menu restricted but set meal good value. No large pichet's of house wine. 50cl was the biggest. Not really big enough, 1 litre would be better.
Set opposite the chateau, this Auberge is a lovely mix of the old, but updated, original building with some more modern extensions. Our room at the back overlooking the gardens was modern with all the necessary extras. The Restaurant is mostly in the old building, carefully renovated. Friendly, welcoming Staff and a lovely atmosphere. Comfortable bed. Excellent food in the Restaurant.Only gripe was that the pool was covered and no attempt was made to ask us if we would like a swim, in spite of us commenting about the difficulty of swimming with a cover on! It was warm enough to swim!
Auberge du Gros Tilleul places you within a mile (2 km) of Jardins de Valloires and Valloires Abbey. This 15-room, 3-star hotel has private in-room pools along with a restaurant and an outdoor pool.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Continental breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 8:30 AM to 10 AM.
All of Auberge du Gros Tilleul's 15 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including private pools, coffee makers, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and 80-cm plasma TVs with digital channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Desks are also available.
Guests of Auberge du Gros Tilleul enjoy an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and coffee in a common area. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. The front desk has multilingual staff that can answer questions about the accommodations, services, and more. Additional amenities include free newspapers, a terrace, and a garden.