I used the hotel as a stopping place on my journey through France - and for that t was not the best place to chose. It's too far away from the A5 and the detour was not worth it.
The hotel is situated in the beautiful setting of a national park. Certainly an asset. But if you're not playing Golf, you probably will not be able to truly enjoy it. You should only visit, if you do play Gold - and the you will probably have a marvellous time.
The welcome upon arrival was first a bit hesitant, but then really good. The only really good point about this hotel. The lady took her time, was smiling - that's the way it should be.
The room was large, also good. But you see and feel the age of everything. Everything OK, but not more. Do not try to change the settings of the air conditioning. It's explained, but it does not work properly. And even if you stop it, it doesn't. So, it's always rather noisy in the room. The bed was ok. The bathroom also a bit shabby and in my case not a 100 percent clean - don't want to see the hairs of the visitors before me in the bathtub.
Rather unconvincing was the restaurant - for me at least. Unless you are huge meat eater you are lost here. No 21st Century kitchen with lots of vegetables or other vegetarian dishes. And what I did get, noodles with vegetables was, sadly, worse than if you had opened any kind of Buitoni ready to serve sauce.
Breakfast was better - a huge buffet. albeit one that looked bigger than it actually was. No greetings here. You just sit down your breakfast business. There wer staff, but completely unaware for people around, as if guests did not exist. A bit spooky. A smile in the morning probably could do wonders here.
Check-out was again OK, not that cheerful as upon arrival, but OK.
All in all, a strange hotel in beautiful landscape. Would probably have much more potential. less