Old -fashioned French logi, trying to be classick, nothing has happened here for many years when it comes to renovation (except for the bathroom). The grounds and garden around the hotel was very nice and quiet. We were here outside the season, only 3 rooms were taken, still we got a small room on the backside with no balcony. The bathroom was new and very good. We only had breakfast, which was ordinary and good, the restaurant is known to have good food.
The staff was perhaps busy, not much talking or help.
It was so quiet (outside the season), that it was almost creepy at night. The road from the main road to the hotel was completely dark/black, we had to pull out a mobilphone and put on it's light to find the way to the entrance. Lots of parkingspace.
About 10-15 minutes walk to the town, which had meny nice restautants, bars and nice streets
What we expect of a Logis. Traditional hotel that could only be French. Convenient location in a large quiet garden area close to town centre. We were offered choice of two rooms as renovations are being carried out as part of a long term programme. We chose the unrenovated room as it had a terrace. Immaculate with comfortable beds, and an unusual orange bath in the en suite! Everything worked. Good restaurant with terrace and interesting menus reasonably priced. The cheese board was a marvel. Whilst Gap is not a tourist hot spot this hotel is ideal for a stop over or a base for exploring the area.
What a great location: in a small and very quiet park/garden-like enclave, just north of the old centre (a fifteen minute-walk away). The hotel has all you need for a pleasant stay: a warm and smiling welcome, a quick check in-procedure and a clean room with good beds and bathroom.
The bonus is the restaurant at Guilt&Millau-level. Great service, fine wines and lovely food. Next morning during breakfast in the morning sun we decided life was good......
Classic Logis, with lovely restaurant serving good food. The room was fine and perfectly adequate but the bathroom size was small, but after saying that we managed perfectly well. The front desk was welcoming and served us soft drinks when asked although the bar was closed. The service by the proprietor's partner was good, we noticed that although the restaurant was busy, madam always looked happy in her service and provided a lovely atmosphere to spend our evening. The food was tasty and entirely to our liking.
We arrived at the hotel early morning without a reservation due to our car having broken down but we were immediately given a choice of rooms and checked in for one night in anticipation of our car being back on the road the following day. As with all Logis hotels the room was very clean, the bathroom newly refurbished although small. English is spoken for travellers with no French. It was a short walk into the historic town centre and there is plenty of parking and a large garden. When we had to check back in for a second night we were cheerfully accomodated again. We had two evening meals and one lunch in the restaurant and the food was excellent value and quality. Their 4 course menu for 26 euros included a sumptuous board of local cheeses and a good choice for each course. Breakfast was a good self service buffet style with a kettle for those who want to make a good fresh cup of breakfast tea.
This is a good choice of a reasonable price hotel for anyone wanting a stopover in a pleasant town either for families, couples or single travellers as it is used by many business people who dined alone.