Check-out ends at: 11:00
2 Place du Mail, 26230 Grignan, France - Grignan, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes - France - 26230
Check-out ends at: 11:00
J’aime… non, J’adore!
Reviewed 3 august, 2022
In a very strange way I loved this hotel! Yet, when we arrived, Parking was a pain (all the villagers decided to have a party that week/weekend 🤣), our room was in an outbuilding etc but the staff made it all positive! They took the car and brought it to a secure parking, they helped us with luggage to the other building and delivered all this with a smile! The room itself was amazing. Old french demeure restored but in keeping with its origins. So much history runs through this hotel that in fact it should be a museum! Finally Breakfast. Without hesitation, the best breakfast in many years… you are talking to a traveller who visits circa 30 to 40 countries per year. The quality and diversity of the breakfast was amazing. BRAVO. Will be back at some point !
Reviewed 28 july, 2022
This is a gem hidden in Drome. Dinner at the restaurant was out of this world, we visited few 3 star Michelin restaurants and this easily exceeded them. Service is excellent and very attentive. I wish we could stay longer.
Le Clair de la Plume
Reviewed 18 march, 2022
A character hotel in a charming village. Room was pleasant and quiet but accessed by a outside stone staircase which we were not made aware of beforehand. Restaurant closed on Mondays so we ate in the hotel’s bistro which was perfectly acceptable. Private car parking available a short walk away.
Reviewed 3 november, 2021
Charming hotel in lovely location. Breakfast was relaxed and delicious. The hotel location was fantastic, just outside Grignan so very quiet. Watch the Nutcracker video on the hotel’s website for a sense of the hotel.
Little access to facilities due to a fragmented hotel
Reviewed 6 october, 2021
As a hotel this was a disappointment to us. The services you’d normally expect of a hotel are spread out over multiple sites. In the “main house” where we stayed there was no lobby, no bar or place to have a coffee, not even a seat in the whole hotel that we could sit in to read a book. In a torrential thunderstorm, reception suggestion I could walk a km down the road to another site where they have a sofa. Likewise there was no pool on our site and the natural pool, on another site, looked like it hadn’t been used in two years. I was assured it had but I can’t imagine that. The Michelin restaurant was closed during our stay but the bistro food was excellent. If you think of this as an expensive guesthouse, maybe you will enjoy it, it’s not a hotel.