Ile-de-France Hotels



Le Relais Brunehaut

At a Glance


  • bucolic setting
  • good restaurant
  • gentle rates


  • rooms are old-fashioned
  • management can be gruff

Le Relais Brunehaut Review

Crowned with a picturesque stepped gable, this tiny ensemble of flower-bedecked, stucco-and-stone buildings rises up from its own park, next to the village's abbey church and by the shore of a small, duck-populated river, complete with an old wooden waterwheel—this is one adorably quaint hotel; guest rooms are prettily done up in period antiques, some with oriental rugs and chandeliers. Beamed woodwork and good, simple seasonal fare make dining here an added pleasure (the dining room is closed for lunch on Monday and Tuesday year-round).

    Hotel Details

  • 11 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Closed mid-Jan.–mid-Feb.
Updated: 03-17-2014

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