Domaine des Lys

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Localização Do Estabelecimento Em Ancenis, Domaine des Lys ficará numa zona rural, a 1 minuto(s) de carro de Vallée de la Loire e a 10 minuto(s) de Castelo de Ancenis. Este hotel de 4 estrelas está a 44,1 km (27,4 mi) de Universidade de Nantes e a 44,8 km (27,8 mi) de As Máquinas da Ilha de Nantes. ...

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Informações do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

Localização Do Estabelecimento Em Ancenis, Domaine des Lys ficará numa zona rural, a 1 minuto(s) de carro de Vallée de la Loire e a 10 minuto(s) de Castelo de Ancenis. Este hotel de 4 estrelas está a 44,1 km (27,4 mi) de Universidade de Nantes e a 44,8 km (27,8 mi) de As Máquinas da Ilha de Nantes. As distâncias são apresentadas à 0,1 milha e ao quilómetro mais próximo. - Vallée de la Loire - 0,1 km/0,1 mi - Castelo de Ancenis - 4,8 km/3 mi - Château Mediéval d’Oudon - 12,2 km/7,6 mi - Musée de Louis de Funès - 17,9 km/11,1 mi - Château de la Ferronnays - 18,5 km/11,5 mi - Clube de Golfe de ...

Château de Guère, 44150 Ancenis - Ancenis, Pays de la Loire - França - 44150

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

Avaliação dos hóspedes


Pontuação dos viajantes
  • Excelente


  • Muito Bom


  • Bom


  • Razoável


  • Ruim


Perfil dos viajantes
  • Negócios


  • Romântica


  • Viagem a sós


  • Família


  • Viagem com amigos


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  • Atendimento

  • Custo-benefício

  • Limpeza

  • Localização

  • Qualidade do sono

  • Quartos


Avaliou em 2 de junho de 2022

Everything was fine. Rooms clean and quite. Excellent restaurant. Pure relax. Wonderful garden. Located not far away from Ancenis. You need car to reach the hotel. No busses or public transport services available. Expect for taxes.


Far from 4 star standard. Rude management and staff

Avaliou em 3 de agosto de 2021

We booked this place because of the restaurant on site. The hotel is located 5 km. from the nearest town so we saw that as a good thing. But 2 days before arriving we were told that the restaurant was closed because of Covid. They didn't provide that information before or during booking. But we could buy "dinner boxes" instead which we did. So, we sat in front of the reception area and asked for a two wine glasses and a corkscrew but the waiter said no because the bar was still open! They had only told us that the restaurant was closed so obviously we bought our own wine. Then she wanted us to pay 10 euros if we insisted on drinking our own wine. We said no and took the food the room instead - no charge for drinking our own wine there. Or so we thought! When we wanted to check out they tried to charge us the 10 euros anyway plus 20 euros for removing the wine bottle and a couple of other bottles from our room! We pointed to the fact that cleaning was included in the price and flatly denied paying. Finally they gave in. Another thing that we were placed in a room suited for handicapped eventhough almost no one was staying in the hotel. That meant that you had to lie on your knees to look yourself in the mirror in the bathroom. The A/C worked very poorly resulting in a very humid room in the morning. And to top it all: The pictures are misleading as you are not staying in the old chalet photographed. You are staying in the renovated stables next door which is a completely separate building. The whole place has a strange cow-like smell from the farm next door but not in a nice way. Will not recommend and will never stay there again.


A triumph of form over function

Avaliou em 10 de março de 2020

The Domaine Des Lys is an imposing hotel and function centre, created in an ancient Chateau. We booked early and got a good deal. The website didn’t let me claim it, but the staff were friendly and helpful and sorted it out. Getting here was easy with GPS, and I also noted signs on the main road. Checkin also was easy, and we were assigned Room 6. The first thing we noticed was the alarmingly modern bed. It’s got a wooden surround, and no bed head. This means that you inevitably knock your shins in the middle of the night when you stagger off to the bathroom, while your pillows fall off the end next to the stone wall. Helpfully, it creaks alarmingly whenever you roll over during the night, so there’s no danger of hurting yourself while sleepwalking. The mattress is very comfortable, and there are two pillows each, unlike some places we’ve stayed. The bathroom is also alarmingly modern. Very clean and shiny with a magnificent tub. It was so impressive that, if I hadn’t wanted to wake up after a long drive, I probably wouldn’t have noticed the lack of a shower until the next morning. To be fair, there is a shower head built in to the tub. But if you have long hair, or want to scrub with two hands, there’s an issue, because there’s no way to fix it to the wall. This results in exuberant plumes of water spraying all round the room unless you’re very careful. Which I’m usually not first thing in the morning. There are rooms with showers. One of the two is room 20, which I’ll ask for next time. The breakfast was high quality, but standard fare for European restaurants. The whole hotel is very nice, but let down by the details. There are days when I wish that the people who fit out these rooms had to sleep in them. This is one of those days.


Lovely relaxing experience

Avaliou em 3 de maio de 2019

Very comfortable room with good facilities and a jacuzzi bath with jets in the bottom. The rooms are in the stable yard and not in the chateau in some of the pictures. You have to walk across the courtyard to reception and the restaurant. Some interesting statues and umbrellas provided if wet. Reception staff friendly and helpful. Excellent restaurant with interesting choices. Good wine list and not too expensive. Good choice at breakfast too and attentive staff. Out in the country but easy drive into Ancenis and station; train takes 20 mins to Nantes so easy for a day trip.


Disappointing, falsely advertised

Avaliou em 10 de março de 2019

My partner and I arrived at the hotel at 13:15, tired and hungry from 2 connecting flights and several business meetings. We were told the restaurant was closed and we were not allowed to eat there. After 20 minutes of pleading with the staff and management to allow us to eat, they agreed to give us a set of dishes. The food was not good at all in our opinion, weird tastes and very expensive (a bottle of water was 16€). We were to stay for 2 nights, and thought maybe there was another option for food as the hotel is in the middle of the countryside with no surrounding restaurants or cafes. We were wrong. Luckily the staff were very friendly and accommodating and convinced the chef to put together some meats and cheeses so we didn’t go hungry. We asked for a taxi to town but were told no taxis visit the hotel unless booked at least 2 days in advance. We had a flight to catch on our last day, so this was just not an option for us to stay there with no car to take us to the airport. We had to cancel our stay. The room was nice but the bed was so low it was basically just a mattress on the floor (very very low bed frame). Lovely bubbling jacuzzi bath though and very comfy bed linen. The hotel is a bit misleading as you are not staying in the beautiful chalet photographed - you are actually staying in the renovated stables next door (which is a completely separate building, and all the grounds surrounding the chalet are closed to the public). The whole place smells like cow dung as there is some sort of farm next door, although you can’t see any animals, just a big pile of discarded car tyres. Overall, I would say this hotel is only good for people that have their own car (to visit the town and buy food, water etc), like gourmet experience food (for lunch and dinner), don’t have arthritis or any condition that means they are in pain when getting up and down from the floor, and don’t mind the smell of farm animals. The staff at reception were very friendly and welcoming - and it’s with regret that I have to leave a largely negative review, but I have to be honest as we felt that what we were advertised was not what we got. I expected a relaxing weekend walking around the countryside, but instead had a quick walk around the car park (as there isn’t actually any accessible ground surrounding the hotel that you can explore) and a very short stay with expensive food that is to a very specific taste.

Stephanie C