At a Glance
- lovely village with pretty views and walks
- classic cuisine and outstanding wine cellar
- tasteful rooms
- not handy to central Grenoble
- tricky driving directions
Check Rates from our Partners
It's worth the drive to this ivy-covered mansion-hotel, where elegant, spacious guest rooms overlook the meadows and forests that lie beyond the lush garden and pool. It's also home to a celebrated restaurant, where your rewards include a wonderfully wicked and wholly delicious lobster smothered in black truffles, or—once the watchful eye of the delightful Danièle Chavant sizes you up—perhaps the unforgettable civet de biche en robe d'automne (venison with apples, potatoes, and turnips in a daube sauce). The dining room is closed Saturday lunch, Sunday dinner, and Monday.