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Reviewed 11 April 2017

Do Tripadvisor reviews help or hinder you? Do you look at the number of 'terrible' reports first and agonise over whether the complaints of arrogant, charmless waitresses and insufficiently plumped cushions are public spirited and altruistic guidance or witless spite born from some perceived failure to find the perfect experience? Do you wonder if the 'excellent' reviews are just too good to be true and have been cooked up by the chef's mum? La Maison (and the chateau which houses the restaurant and provides accommodation) is the kind of place that clearly arouses strong views. In ours, it was a great place: full of character, in a breathtakingly beautiful spot, offering terrific food and very French. Suffering from stomach bugs over the week, we had recovered sufficiently to look forward to the gastronomic package at 400 euros with hope if not a complete lack of trepidation. The drive up the rutted path to the almost unmarked entrance gates set our delicate tummies back slightly, and the lack of any sign of life or clear way in to the rather faded looking, if imposing, building made us question if we were indeed in the right place. But eventually we found someone to confirm that we were and were shown to a spacious room on the first floor, up some steep steps. The view was extraordinary, over glorious sun-drenched Provençal countryside. The bathroom was slightly old-fashioned but everything worked and the mosaic sink and bath were in keeping with the place. The bed was super comfy. We were offered assistance with our bags, but made do ourselves. It's perhaps more of a restaurant with rooms, in that there are no flunkies to hold your handbag, but there is a pool and lots of places to wander and sit outside in tranquil surroundings. The restaurant has a Michelin star and, clearly, a loyal following of locals. Our package brought us the degustation menu of five courses plus extras and wine, including champagne. Portions, both of food and wine, were exceptionally generous (not ideal for recovering from mal au ventre!). An amuse-bouche of cervelles d'agneau was as bold as it was delicious. Pigeon was rose pink and perfectly tender. Really delicious, interesting but unfussy cooking. Service was cheerful and friendly, if you were prepared to accept that this was a restaurant away from it all and not pandering to modern demands of forelock-tugging obsequiousness. So excellent or terrible? Don't go if you're not into a properly French experience. Otherwise, like Candide, believe that all is for the best in the best of all possible worlds, and enjoy la vraie France.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank peredo
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Reviewed 20 October 2016

This was our last night in France and a great way to end. After a long day cycling we enjoyed a swim in the pool set in beautiful country gardens. A drink at sunset was followed by a gourmet meal in a courtyard. All excellent including the service. Our room was spacious and comfortable. Shame we could not stay longer.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 9 October 2016

We stayed here for our last night after a cycling trip. The property is beautiful, the rooms lovely; large, and charming with exposed structural beams on the ceiling. The property also has a Michelin Star restaurant attached to it. We had dinner and breakfast here and all meals were excellent.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank Lisa D
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Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

I've been here twice and it's worth the drive through the fields of Provence to sit in a beautiful setting with amazing food and wine

We actually organised taxis which were about 25 euro each way so we could have a digestive or two as well

The service is as expected and it's not pretentious at all though I would recommend dressing nicely to set the mood

We went the set menu and I didn't pay but I believe it's reasonably priced for what it is - a bloody good place in a bloody good place;)

Stayed: September 2016, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 28 July 2016

You drive down a long dusty track to get to the hotel/restaurant. The setting is wonderful and we really appreciated the swimming pool. The welcome was a bit off hand and formal however we were shown to our room and left to it. We had a lovely big room over looking the pool and view. All was good although the mosaic clad bath/shower and basin were a little odd. We had dinner outside in the courtyard and it was very good. The service was reasonable but got slower as more people arrived. We felt they were not particularly used to non-French. The meal was good some very interesting courses.

Room Tip: Any would be fine
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank JeffinerB
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