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Reviewed 3 November 2017

We were able to link up with Isabelle and meet at the parking area. We got the grand tour on her golf cart - a most windy and scenic route and a wonderful introduction to the walled Cite for us first timers. Accommodations were just right. No language problems for Americans. A very relaxing and enjoyable three days and two nights.

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank French W
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Reviewed 21 September 2017 via mobile

Stayed for three nights in September. We were met at the town car park by the lovely Isabelle and taken via golf buggy through the old town (private vehicles not allowed in the old town) to the Guest House. There we were shown to our room and given a bottle of local wine. The room was comfortable, although accessed by a spiral staircase which may not suit people with mobility issues, there is no lift. We were unable to connect to wifi in the room but no problem in the lounge/reception area. The Demure de la Cité is a small (four rooms) guest house, very friendly with an imaginative combination of modern and retro fittings. Breakfast was served by Christophe, who was always bright and cheerful in the mornings. All guests share the breakfast table and the fairly basic continental breakfast. Following breakfast the guest house is largely unmanned for the rest of the day, but staff are contactable by phone. There are a good selection of restaurants close by but they all seemed to shut about 22.30 and the old town then resembles a ghost town! We were told there are actually only 59 residents in the old town.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank GrahamR242
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Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

Arrived at 18 and was met by the owner of the B&B (mini-hotel) at a parking roughly 700m from hotel. Promised luggage transport not there (it was broken blablabla). Kids and adults carried suitcases up stairs etc.

At hotel we were told that the Wi-Fi does not work very well unless we go to specific spots.... (So no Wi-Fi because blablabla)

Lovely fish smell in our bathroom, probably from neighbour restaurant, kind of sealed the perfect evening.

But wait - workers convention started at 6.00 in the morning in front of our room which must have had the thinnest windows available.

If your expectations are low, carrying your luggage for more than 500 meters with a fish smelling bathroom and non working Wi-Fi this is the place for you !

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
Thank MLux_2016
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Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

We booked a superior room for our anniversary. It was lovely to be within the city walls and great for wandering out at night. Isabel was very welcoming and met us at the parking area. The room was pretty average and not worth the money - you pay for location! Free wifi on the ground floor communal area. Breakfast was included and there was variety. Customer service needs some attention though. When we opted for tea the man deposited a kettle on the table. Once we had finished eating we were asked to leave fairly promptly. You could not sit and enjoy a leisurely breakfast. It emerged there were more guests than place settings at the table. Not sure why one of the tables in lounge area could not have been used? Credit card machine did not work leaving us scrabbling around for cash to pay the bill. Would we return here? In a word - no!

Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Paperjuno
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Reviewed 15 July 2017

We travelled by train and were in touch by email about our arrival. Our host Isabelle said she would meet us at the station and then drove us to just outside the Cité where we transferred to a golf buggy. We got told a lot about the Cité as we drove and it really took the stress out of the transfer.
Our room was fine although we did have a leak from the bath outflow at one point. This mysteriously resolved itself but these things are to be expected in a building that is several centuries old! The air conditioning worked well to keep us cool overnight.
Breakfast was fairly simple but a delicious pear tart was an unusual but very welcome addition.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank obsngobs67
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