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La Roseraie

At a Glance

    Pros

  • wonderful welcome
  • free Wi-Fi
  • verdant setting

    Cons

  • some rooms in separate block
  • street noise in some rooms

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La Roseraie Review

Set around a vast pool terrace and within walking distance of the château, these delightful guest rooms designed with florals, checks, and lace are overseen by charming (and English-speaking) hosts, Laurent and Sophie Fiorito. Copious gourmet meals served in the wood-beam dining room often include homemade foie gras, duck with fruit and honey, and apple tart. Try to get a garden-side room, and if car traffic bothers you, be sure to avoid the rooms overlooking the main street.

    Hotel Details

  • 13 rooms, 2 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Closed mid-Nov.–mid-Feb.
Updated: 04-10-2013

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    La Roseraie Review

    Our family of 5 stayed in the flat in July. There were 2 bedrooms, a sitting room and 1 and 1/2 bath. The furniture in the sitting room was a bit worn and beds were basic. Our daughter loved swimming in the pool in the evening before dinner. The english speaking owner, Laurent and Sophie were wonderful. The breakfast was plentiful and excellent. The restaurant was superb. We enjoyed it so much that we ate there a second time. We would definitely return to this hotel

    by 4annmarie, 9/15/10
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    La Roseraie Review

    We did not stay at the hotel but had a great experience in the restaurant. Extremely friendly staff. The food was abundant and very good. Wine selection very good. Great value for Loire area.

    by asparkuhl, 7/26/10

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