We stayed here on 26/6/18 en-route back from Spain and were pleased with our selection. Good sized rooms with a/c, free parking and a welcoming arrival by the man on reception. This hotel has an excellent restaurant attached with generous sized portions and the breakfast was good with a particularly friendly & helpful lady in attendance For people who like to eat out there is a McDonalds opposite & other eateries nearby. There is also a Carrefour with a restaurant and cheaper fuel within 200 metres of the hotel. We would definitely use this establishment again when travelling through France
We were travelling as a couple through France and stopped at the Teinchurier Hotel on 29 March 2017. The rooms are larger than normal for the category, there was a lift which was very useful as my wife cannot manage many stairs now, and the hotel has both a bar (closed when we arrived unfortunately) and a restaurant. The decoration is new, but sober, and the room had all usual facilities which worked well. The bathroom was also a reasonable size. Parking is also available at the back of the hotel which is useful to know when the front parking area is full, which is quite often at weekends. There is a MacDonald's just over the road for those who like this sort of eating, and several other restaurants nearby. The hotel restaurant served very large portions of everything and personally I would not advise ordering a starter and a main course, unless arriving from not having eaten for several days beforehand. The food was good but way too much for us especially in an evening; nice wines though selected by someone who knows the local products very well. I would advise the owner to offer "half-plates" of his dishes, We found the breakfast room uninviting, although all the ingredients are on display for breakfast; a larger range of cereals would have been nice for instance. The hotel is very close to the A20 road and is reached in under 2 minutes from it. Staff are generally friendly and helpful. Prices were competitive with the local better known chain hotels. Still prefer the Campanile establishment though, although I could not really say why.…
We've been to this hotel for one night. It was meant as a step hotel on our trip to a wedding. The reception was rather cold. Absolutely no help getting our stuff to the room. We were visibly tired 2 adults arriving at midnight carrying a a 1 year old baby. But one guesses that's the way things work arounf there.
Went to this hotel during a business trip to Brive. The hotel is a family owned hotel so you can expect all tender from the owner The hotel is well located, reasonable price, good quality of sleep Breakfast is nice
This is a reasonable enough hotel, but why on earth doesn't the restaurant open at weekends? The staff actually recommended we go to Macdonalds over the road, which left me lost for words. They also recommended we tap into Macdonalds wifi, as the hotel's own was totally dead and they were not inclined to investigate why. We went to the nearby Carrefour and bought back a picnic. Be warned, there is nothing apart from Macdonalds and a buffet type place attached to Carrefour within walking distance. Not quite what you come to France for. The rooms are good enough, the breakfast is the minimum they can get away with, serve yourself.
It must be hard being a hotelier. This hotel, a few years ago, would have been nicely situated in some pine woods on the edge of town. Now its in a growing industrial estate surrounded by Formule 1 and other budget hotels. The restaurant when we passed, was populated by single (business?) travellers and all looked a little glum. Not cheap either. On the other side of the car park is a MacDonalds which will destroy the breakfast trade and a Carrefour which will take a lot of the supper trade. The room was fine, and the owner(?) attended promptly with the wifi code and also provided an extra chair for us to sit in the bedroom. He was nice, and the hotel is perfectly decent, but struggling.
When making our way back from Spain to Holland we spent one night in this hotel. It was very comfortable and we had a good offer through a booking site. Really close to the highway. We did not go to the restaurant but crossed the street to the shopping mall which has a very nice restaurant too.
We stayed at this hotel one night as part of a coach tour making our way through France. We arrived at around 5pm before the evening meal. The manageress was there to greet us and was very friendly and welcoming. The rooms were quite large and pleasantly decorated. Each room had complimentary bottles of water and biscuits in which was a nice touch as well as decent toiletries in the bathroom. We had a meal at their restaurant as part of a coach group and we were very well looked after, all of the staff were so friendly and helpful. We were given jugs of wine and water throughout the evening as well as an aperitif. The food was typically French as you would expect and was of a high quality and well presented. We had pate and fresh bread to start with, then chicken in a mushroom sauce with sautéed potatoes and for dessert we had apple tarte tatin, it was a very enjoyable meal. After our meal we went to the bar and yet again the staff were friendly and the drinks were reasonably priced. The bedrooms were very comfortable and dark and in spite of the fact the hotel is next to a main road we didn't get much traffic noise and we all had a good sleep. Before we left we had breakfast which was typically continental - bread, cereal, pastries, cheese, cold meat, jams etc.. and was sufficient. Overall, I would recommend this hotel for anybody wanting an overnight stop in this region as with it being family run it has a more personal touch than a hotel from a large chain.…
Good value place to stay on route through France. Not much nearby except Carrefour and McDonald's. Room large with huge bed but bathroom rather tired. Restaurant served reasonably priced food which was nice but not exceptional. Bar/brasserie empty on a Thursday evening! Friendly, welcoming staff.
We spent 2 nights in one of those appartment room and were very pleased. The rooms and hotel were spotless, the service was excellent, especially the lady in charge called Cora, who would bend backwards to help you. The beds were a bit hard for a lightweight person, and the windows on the road could do with a double glazing. Ask for a room on the courtyard side instead. Good point for the water bottle, the very nice biscuits, and the ear buds complementary box. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend their restaurant either: good genuine local dishes reasonnably priced. Located about 5mn drive from the city centre, it's near the major roads(without being too noisy) with a Carrefour supermarket 500m away. I would certainly use it again.