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What our customers are saying about our Christmas Self Catering Holidays In France.
Justin - verified booking
"My extended family had a really nice New Year's week stay at Villa Du Roi. It's a beautiful and very atmospheric villa with lots of room for a big group including toddlers. The location is excellent. The kitchen is well-equipped for a group, with a good stove with five gas hobs/burners and a big oven (minor glitches are that the hobs need to be lit with a match and the markings on the oven control are almost worn off). There was an extra fridge/freezer, as well as a serious microwave. The showers were great, with plenty of hot water unless all 8 of us showered very close in time. Since we were there in Dec/Jan, we needed heat, not air conditioning. The downstairs was warm when we arrived, but the top floor was cold the first night. To his credit, the owner's representative came very promptly the next day to adjust the heat so that all the rooms were warm enough. Obviously, we didn't use the pool, though it's a good size and has a reassuring fence to keep it safe for children. We were glad we had a car, but I think it would be easy to stay at this villa without one, especially if eating dinner out instead of cooking. The owner was quick to reply to our questions and his representative was easy to get hold of. I'd be happy to return, maybe in spring or fall the next time."
Yvon - verified booking
"Thank you for making our stay such a wonderful experience. The accommodation and the atmosphere in the Keep was far beyond our expectations - the four grandchildren absolutely loved it especially climbing to the top of the tower. The swimming pool was also a big hit and the freedom of the grounds and walking to the village by themselves. Your hospitality and generosity was amazing. After our disastrous journey from England you helped in every way that you could. You arranged local car hire for us, taking us to collect the cars and when one of my friends came to visit and became quite ill, you did your best to get help for us. I would no hesitation whatsoever in recommending your Chateau to our friends and family and I believe that my husband and son-in-law have both put positive reports on Trip Advisor for you. Many thanks again."
Spottymuldoon - verified booking
"15 of us stayed here for a week 9 adults and 6 kids Absolutely faultless in every way The downstairs apartment was totally accessible with a large wet room and a small kitchenette The main kitchen had everything we needed for our stay and all rooms were sufficient to house 4 families/couples Our hosts were helpful if somewhat aloof which suited us fine And even though there were guests staying in the rest of the château it was very quiet at night The pool area was perfect and each day we ate great fresh food in various parts of the castle grounds without problem or hindrance The gardens are superb with some huge trees and lovely walks All in all a great place to spend some time with family and friends ."
Robert - verified booking
"Felt like a hotel room, very impersonal. Very basically equipped. The welcome package was a small packet of biscuits. It was advertised that the t.v. Was French channels only, no problem, there was a DVD player, but no dvds. This place is advertised in the U.K. but the caretakers have a very limited command of the English language. The gite is in need of redecorating internally, it’s a bit scruffy. The property is in a small hamlet outside a large village, the village has the usual collection of local shops, most things can be bought there. Only 10 minutes drive into Quimper, a city with everything you could wish for. No local information folder was offered, a big deficiency."
Danny Hakim in the New York Times - verified booking
"As bed-and-breakfasts go, it cuts a striking figure, with its towers and medieval tapestries and ancestral portraits, set among trees imported from around the world in the early 1800s, including American cedars and sequoias. The castle is filled with upholstered chairs, chandeliers, richly decorated wallpaper and fancy clocks. There was a statuette of a tiger under an oil painting of the Madonna and Child, flanked by Chinese urns. In one room there was a rather severe-looking portrait of an ancestor, Stanslas Vignial, the president of the royal court in Bordeaux in the mid-1800s, imposing in black-and-crimson jurist robes."