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Le Coq-Gadby

At a Glance

    Pros

  • manorial surroundings
  • great organic cuisine
  • cute shop

    Cons

  • hotel rooms often booked solid
  • expensive

Le Coq-Gadby Review

A 19th-century mansion with huge fireplaces and antiques sets the stage for this cozy retreat, which gets serious about pampering its guests, thanks to homey guest rooms and Julien Lemarié's cuisine—French presidents have dined here on such delicacies as langoustine au sake with crème de riz; floral accents and four-poster beds grace the best of the rooms here, while hydrotherapy facilities, a hammam (steam room), a Jacuzzi, and a sauna are temptations awaiting in the spa. Little wonder you have to reserve way in advance for this popular hotel and restaurant (closed Sunday and Monday, no lunch on Wednesday).

    Hotel Details

  • 11 rooms.
  • Rate includes some meals.
Updated: 07-16-2013

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