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Ditte - verified booking
"We were a family of 14 from Denmark and Australia meeting for a week’s family reunion holiday and Chateau Gaillac more than met our expectations. We felt very spoilt. The chateau is absolutely beautiful and well kept. Built around 1860-70s it has so much character and the photos are a true representation of both the size of the rooms and the way they look. Beds were comfortable and there were 10 gorgeous large bedrooms most with 3 beds. 7 upstairs and 3 downstairs - and more than enough bathrooms and toilets. The lounge room, dining room and kitchen and upstairs foyer were also great for relaxation. Marie looked after us from the very beginning with a tour around the house. She was available to help with any issues. When she is away, there is a lady next door who comes to clean the pool and help with any issues or her son also came to fix the TV one day. Bed linen, plenty of bath towels and pool towels and toilet paper was all supplied to us for the week. There were even some spare swimmers in case needed. The pool was delightful and looks exactly like the photos. There were lots of pool toys for the kids and we left some too. The best part was the kitchen and the outdoor table. We had a young boy who couldn’t swim so it was important that we could see him in the pool while we dined. The kids were in the pool all night and we loved sitting at the outdoor table eating and enjoying a glass of wine watching the kids play in the pool. Marie even supplied some nice wine to start with. The house had 2 rooms with air conditioning the rest had fans. However, we closed the shutters during the hot days and opened them early in the morning and that kept the house cool. The location was great. However, we had such a good time at the chateau we only made it to Albi and Gaillac. We would recommend a trip to Albi to see the big red brick church - it is incredible. There are plenty of vineyards around too that offer daily wine tasting and we found some lovely local wines. The house has a number of bicycles of which 5 of them were in good condition and we went on a few tours through the vineyards. There is also a BBQ outdoor that we used a few times. All up we all felt the Chateau was perfect. We had such a lovely time and would strongly recommend this for any family or larger group gathering. There is plenty room for everyone to relax and enjoy."
Margit W - verified booking
"What a perfect quaint place to calm down and to have a unique family reunion experience! So far, we came twice. In the winter 2017, we enjoyed the serenity and the heavenly peace of the place that much, that we decided to come back in early summer 2018 with an even intergenerational part of the family! In the cold season we mostly enjoyed the lovely atmosphere of the house with it's thoughtful renovated sitting rooms which invite you have a rest in front of a old fire place, to read a book in one of those beautiful furnished lounges or to have extended meals with long intensive family discussions at the old oak table in the dining room. The large kitchen was a great communal space, perfectly equipped with excellent cooking facilities. Once or twice a day we went for walks in the lovely surroundings, enjoyed a trip to Autun or Dijon or became sportive with biking or playing tennis. In summer we mostly spent relaxing days outside with extended walks and young and old met around the beautiful swimming pool, a very pretty place to enjoy the views! The kids particularly enjoyed the trampoline in the barn and us parents, we were happy to see them so excited in this shadowy, hidden place. The bedrooms and bathrooms were comfortable and as beautiful as the rest of the house with stunning views from the first floor. Leaving the place the children talked of fairytale holidays and we were all convinced that we took home some everlasting memories of this beautiful place. We would like to thank Wim and Birthe for putting so much heart in renovating the property into such a comfortable and personal family manor. We felt transported back in time and we will definitely come back!"
Malcolm - verified booking
"We were a party of 13 adults and 6 children, 4 under 18ths old. We arrived early and although Marie and her staff were busy preparing they made us very welcome. The chateau is large and spacious. Very French, as we wanted, but with all modern conveniences and a large kitchen. The chateau was very clean the bathrooms nice, hairdryers are provided. It is located within a 30min walk along country roads of the outskirts of Gaillac, a town with many restaurants including one with a Michelin star. It is in the heart of wine country. Marie the owner was extremely helpful. Wine and fresh local produce was a nice welcome gift. The pool area was well above our expectations, the pool was cleaned regularly. We ate breakfast and our evening meal on the veranda overlooking the pool, fantastic. Bikes were available which we used. We didn't hire cars, but would advise that people do if they want more than relaxing by the pool. Taxi to the town is quite expensive considering the distance (4 miles max for £12). Chateau to Airport 250.00 Euros thanks to Marie who struck a bargain on our behalf. The chateau enables you to have a BBQ with plastic plates or a 5 course diner with china on a long banquet table under a large chandelier. We very much enjoyed our stay and the family were disappointed that they were to return home. We would recommend that to enhance the stay of people at the chateau the bathroom towels are upgraded. We thank Marie and the staff for our stay at Chateau Gaillac"
Karl W - verified booking
"Just got back from Chateau Vaucluse having spent a wonderful week with friends and family at this beautiful property. Many thanks to the very gracious owner, the hospitable caretakers and not least the chef, who provided 2 great 4-course dinners! This is the 6th Chateau I've booked over the last 10 years and this is by far the best for many different reasons: 1. The location, in the middle of hundreds of acres of vineyards in Cotes du Rhone on a hill just outside a beautiful old village, is spectacular. 2. The property is beautiful and the attention to detail is fabulous. Everything is very well laid out - the pool is next to the Bar-B-Q which is next to the kitchen. On those beautiful summer evenings in Provence, there's nothing better than wining and dining outdoors on the terrace overlooking the beautiful countryside. 3. The bedrooms and bathrooms, just like the rest of the house, have everything you need. Although it's a very old property, all the amenities everywhere, are super modern and function extremely well. 4. The kitchen is exceptionally well equipped for both indoor AND outdoor cooking. We were 12 adults, a teenager and an infant. A cot and high chair were provided for the infant. There was a pool alarm, which was great security, plenty of outdoor and indoor games, lounge chairs and couches/umbrellas for total relaxation. I could go on but there lacked for nothing! Needless to say, the week went by exceedingly quickly!!"
Gregor R - verified booking
"The house was great, lots of space and things to do even on a rainy day. We were a large group - 11 adults, 3 children and 1 infant. We all enjoyed the Pool table and the children made use of the paddling pool despite the cool weather. The beach at les Greves was a 15 minute drive. We even made it to the horse racing at the beach. Nicest nearby beach was Lociquerec. We enjoyed the fresh croissants from the bakery in Plestin les Greves and discovered the closest local shop in Plougeat-Moysan which also supplied fresh Croissant and Baguettes for Breakfast. When we asked the Olivers office for information before our travel they were either extremely slow to respond or didn't get back to me at all. There appeared to be some mix up about the number of guests on arrival and the time of check in resulting in not enough beds being made. Overall the quality of the house was high but let down by some of the peripherals: The ping pong bats had broken rubbers, some bicycle tyres were flat, we couldn't get the DVD player to work and the washing machine and dishwasher were hard to open. One time during the week the gas ran out and the landlord was there within the hour to keep us going. The landlord kindly posted back Jewellery we had left behind. Despite the small number of mix ups around the arrival time a great week was had by all."