Chambres Chateau D'Agneaux49.12102, -1.11999
ex. Relais Du Silence Chateau D'Agneaux
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best 3 Star Hotels in France
The 3-star Chambres Chateau D'Agneaux Hotel is placed about 3.2 km from Haras of Saint.
The property is located 27 km away from Souleuvre Viaduct. It will take 45 minutes to get from the hotel to Mont Saint-Michel by car.
This hotel boasts close proximity to a lush garden and forests.
Chambres Chateau D'Agneaux Hotel can be reached in 55 minutes by car from Carpiquet airport.
The rooms in Chambres Chateau D'Agneaux Hotel come with flat-screen television, a dressing room, a writing desk, a closet and a DVD player. The soundproof rooms feature the valley view. The rooms offer a bathtub, a shower and a bidet supplied in the bathrooms.
Eat & Drink
The onsite restaurant specializes in local cuisine.
You can start your day with a continental breakfast, which costs EUR 12 per person per night.
Residents will benefit from laundry, dry cleaning and newspaper service.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 11.
- Dry cleaning
- Newspaper service
- In-room breakfast
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- Garden view
- River view
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Double bed
1 Double bed
In the Room
The ambience and restaurant were excellent and the staff were very helpful and attentive. The setting of the Chateau was superb and the scenery very beautiful.
Our room (No. 8) was very cramped and the access was nearly impossible for me, being handicapped. It is true that I didn't say that I was handicapped when making the booking, but there was no provision on the booking screen that I can remember. There was no conventional shower - just a shower head off the bath taps.
We enjoyed the peaceful environment and the lovely gourmet meal.
This magnificent building is in a delightful setting overlooking the river with morning mist - true romance. The room was comfortable with a good view. Excellent breakfast and a good, if rather expensive, diningroom in a separate farmlike setting. We enjoyed our stay very much.
1 - The reception staff did not seem quite ready for our booking and arrival. 2 - The final bill was not prepared without some confusion. 3 - The hotel took a deposit on line at the time of the booking - that deposit has not been refunded. The hotel bill was paid in full. Please arrange for re-imbursement - Thank you - Jeremy Wellesley-Baldwin
Great rooms with plenty of character and comparitivly reasonably priced.The food in the on site restaraunt was fantastic and the reception staff very good
The city of St Lo was not as pretty as I had hoped but the hotel was great
Wonderful chateau, wonderful food. Lovely staff.
I've been visiting the chateau now since 1995. It still has the same charm and character as before, albeit the operation has now expanded somewhat, and has a more commercial feel. The location is special, nestling on the side of a tranquil river valley. The restaurant is now in the old farm house next door, a beautifully renovated building with charm and style.
Breakfast in the chateau dining room was a little spartan, with only juice, tea/coffee, bread, croissants and jam. All very good quality, but lacking in choice.
The Chateau was what was expected, the dining was good and the location spot-on
The castle and the quality of the restaurant.
Delightful setting. Magnificent restaurant - we had 2 memorable meals and outstanding service.
Whatever you do, do not book Room 6. We entered the hotel, had a very pleasant welcome but then the troubles began. Carrying 2 large bags and a laptop up a stone spiral staircase of 44 steps, in places without a handrail, was a nightmare. The room was in the roofspace with a large bed taking up most of the floor area. There was one small window, barred for safety as it was at floor level (impossible to get out in a fire). A very large cross beam prevented normal access to one side of the bed. The private toilet and bathroom facilities were in 2 tiny cramped rooms across the corridor. The wi-fi did not work in the room. Our 2 day stay at the weekend (704 steps) was not improved by the poor breakfast. On Sunday the bread was stale. Had we known prior to completing the booking that the room was not ensuite, we would not have booked. When the confirmation arrived, what was shown as free cancellation turned out to be a 30% non-returnable deposit. Remember the number six! Check before you book - I am sure the hotel has several very nice rooms if you are prepared to meet the price.
The hotel was ok, not a luxury one, but the location was nice and near to the important sightseeings in Normandy.
Some of the guests were not nice. Some woke us up in the middle of the night and tried to get into our room, which did not feel safe. And someone used our toilet and bathroom although it was reservered only for us (impossable for the hotel to watch all the time of course - the bathroom to room number six should have a lock on it!).
Friendly staff and the receptionist spoke good English
The hotel seemed to have very few other guests even at a busy holiday period, so it was an unusual experience. It seems like there aren't enough rooms to make it viable as a business if the restaurant was not there as a separate entity. There aren't many facilities... no bar or drinks available apart from in the restaurant close by, so it doesn't provide much ambience. We stayed in the Annex which was quiet but the steps down immediately behind the door of the ground-floor room were not signposted and could be extremely dangerous. Breakfast was extra, and at 12 Euros seemed expensive as all that was offered was bread, croissants, cereal and coffee/tea.
When I mentioned to the manager on duty that I had stayed there previously with my family he graciously upgraded our room to the impressive room #4. The surroundings are beautiful and I only wished that I had more time to explore them.
The decor has an eccentric charm in which modern details contrast with ancient buildings. The staff are welcoming and helpful and the location is beautiful.
I noticed that maintenance of the buildings, steps, roads and paths is somewhat neglected.
The history, the views, the peace and tranquility, the feeling of being special. We loved it
Loved it all, thank you so much
Location - beautiful countryside and very quiet
The first room we were shown had a very small window and a rather narrow corridor from the bedroom to the bathroom - not good for tall people.