Relais des Trois Chateaux
What We Love
- A lovely stay in a quaint country town in France's magical Loire Valley, with breakfastVising the breathtaking châteaus of the Loire Valley – Chenonceau and Chambord are two of the must-sees
- Starting each day with a delicious breakfast at the hotel, before heading out for the day's adventures
- Staying in a quaint country town in one of France's most beautiful regions
How to Get There
Three nights here and very good in every respect with the most helpful cheerful team and modern practical rooms in a beautiful old building. Little over the top on technology with a computer pad to control the telephone and TV. The quality and modern finish of of the whole hotel is quite amazing and real credit to the architects
Who would think that behind the unassuming frontage of the hotels bistro next to church one would find one of the nicest, most comfortable and friendly small hotels in France. The disabled room that we occupied for 15 nights had a wonderfully comfortable big bed and a big adapted bathroom/ wet room ideal for the disabled traveller. The rooms are delightfully decorated and spotlessly clean. Big, fluffy toweling robes and slippers are provided with extra towels and pillows on request. There is good internet access with a router almost outside our door. We had access problems the 1st few days but that was solved by the ever efficient receptionist Audrey who came up and rebooted the router. There is plenty of safe parking behind the hotel , a spacious lift and staff that unfailingly cheerful, polite and helpful. There is an on-site restaurant with an a a large carte menu and a table d'hote menu that changes daily priced at 28 euros. An example of that we ate one evening comprised of a tasty celeriac remouldade, delicious roasted chicken with a thyme jus followed by chocolate mousse. Who can complaint about any of that , not even my ultra fussy eater partner.
Chateaux Cheverny is 900 metres down the road Cour-Cheverny is an ideal base to explore the eastern edge of the Loire valley and is a 4 hours drive from the port of Caen. If you follow the French motorway system it costs about 30 euros on the payarge sections and is well worth it, as other than by large towns traffic is virtually non-existent. Although it costs a little more we always pay by credit or debit card as nearly all of the pay booths are unattended now.
Although the bistro etc had been in existence for many years the hotel was only built 5 years ago . The picture you see is actually at the rear of the bistro and is the main entrance of the hotel. Don't expect to see this view from main road. Follow the one way system around the town keeping an eye out for town hall . Turn left in front of the town hall and this will lead you into the hotel car park and it's nouvelle chateaux main entrance.
I hope you enjoy you enjoy your stay as much as we did. Needless to say we have already booked for next year.
Welcoming staff, good restaurant, and clean, comfortable room. Good location in town centre with convenient large car park. But tiny bathroom and not really 4*. Would expect a better standard of room for this.
As long as you don’t expect room numbers and floor numbers to make American sense you’ll be fine. Mind the signage in the elevator! Nice digs, quiet, good dining room and breakfast. Never could get Wi-Fi in my room but it was fine downstairs. Friendly staff. Lovely small town. I’d stay there again!
A warm welcome greeted us on our arrival.
This hotel is situated in a small town & ideally placed for visits to nearby Chateaux
A clean room , fairly small but with all the facilities -
The room was a little noisy at times due to being right by the road but not excessively so.
We dined in the restaurant but we were selective from the a la carte - although the set menu was reasonably priced. Ravioli was very good.
The breakfast however was excellent with homemade jams , fruit & eggs. Very good choice.
One criticism is that it would be nice to offer guests free bottled water in the room.