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Chateau De Fleurville

Rue Du Glamont,Fleurville,FR,France
Check in 15:00
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Quite hotel with nice park and tasty restaurant L992DW on 15/08/2017 13:11 96 Reviews

Property Location When you stay at Chateau de Fleurville in Fleurville, you'll be within the vicinity of Golf de Macon la Salle. This hotel is within the region of St. Philibert Abbey and Musee Lamartine. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 14 guestrooms featuring minibars. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities including an outdoor pool and a sauna. Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Chateau de Fleurville.

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Rue Du Glamont,Fleurville,FR,France

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Chateau De Fleurville

Rue Du Glamont,Fleurville,FR,France 0 Star Hotel
Check in 15:00
Check Out 15:00

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Property Location When you stay at Chateau de Fleurville in Fleurville, you'll be within the vicinity of Golf de Macon la Salle. This hotel is within the region of St. Philibert Abbey and Musee Lamartine. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 14 guestrooms featuring minibars. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities including an outdoor pool and a sauna. Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Chateau de Fleurville.

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Chateau De Fleurville

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Chateau De Fleurville

Rue Du Glamont,Fleurville,FR,France
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#1 of 2 hotels in Fleurville
Overall Rating 4Rating from 96 reviews
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Quite hotel with nice park and tasty restaurant

L992DWon 15/08/2017 13:11

Good, would definitely reccomend the restaurant. Unfortunately breakfast is quite pricy, especially when we consider that the basic room is already at 160 euros. Rooms are clean and recently renovated. The location is nice and the park is very quiet.

Superb!

andrew con 30/07/2017 10:24

A great restaurant menu and wine list, great hosts and comfortable room. On site is a swimming pool and tennis court and there are grounds to explore as well as the village. This a great stopping point to explore the region or get away from those brand hotels.

The best ch√Ęteau around... if you can afford it

Forzaclaireon 11/07/2017 22:17

I agree that since this is a very expensive place it has to be for a special occasion -- most probably on a trip around "la route des vins" -- but it's worth the stay. Plus the owner (who definitely likes what he's doing for a living) takes good care of a castle that would probably have crumbled otherwise. Of course your stay will be even more perfect on a sunny day where you can enjoy the outdoor pool. This is not always the case in that region, but you can always wear your swimsuit in the indoor jacuzzi -- or/and go out and buy some wine :-)

Overpriced

Maggie Con 02/07/2017 22:16

Very small bedroom. Dinner was excellent,however pre drink cocktail at 20 Euros each was a rip off.As was the breakfast,at 17 Euros. We had to stand in a queue to make our own coffee from a machine,no home made jams, just little jars,Very ordinary cartons of yogurt.very disappointed.
Pool and surroundings were very nice,
We would not go back.

Beautiful surroundings

MCLPerthon 30/06/2017 09:40

My husband and I stayed here for 2 nights at the start of a (very expensive) organised cycling tour and 1 night at the end of it. We found the owner and the staff very friendly, happy to stop for a chat and answer any questions that we had. Definitely the strong point here.
The castle itself is beautiful, with good quality fixtures and fittings, certainly in the (air conditioned and very clean) rooms that we were in and in the gardens and pool area. Clearly no expense spared there. The pool and surrounding area are also beautiful (as are the spa facilities although we did not use these).
Top marks for the restaurant and the chef (who used to work in Inverness).
I feel that some extra lights in the first room that we stayed in would do it more justice, since there is not a lot of natural light. The adjoining bathroom was very well fitted out with sufficient towels, bathrobes and slippers, as well as a good range of toiletries - a bit of a contrast there.
Now the second room caused a bit of a stir. It was the ground floor with disabled access - cheerful and beautifully decorated with lovely fabrics but the bathroom does not have a door. Just a 3-panel wooden screen that closes off about half of the open space. I could see the funny side of it (we would just have to take turns and sit outside on the terrace while the other person used the bathroom - it was warm after all, so not exactly a punishment) but it caused a mixture of shock and surprise with my husband, who commented with a few choice words that we were not on a cheap budget holiday here and surely it was not too much to expect a bathroom door. I could see his point. We thought about asking for another room and regret not having done that but it was just for 1 night. However, he stills feels very strongly about this and I can't disagree.
As this room is a designated disabled room, a normal door might not be suitable but a sliding door certainly would. It's just a thought. We have seen this in other hotels. It is a much more sympathetic solution that the current one.
Would I come back? Yes, but I would choose a room myself and not let an agency do that for me. I cannot comment on the 'value' because our stay was part of a pre-paid package tour and we did not pay for the hotels separately.