How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau D'Ayres Meyrueis
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... but found the steep narrow wet steps a bit daunting. Dave has been riding a bit as well. Kids had great fun just exploring and throwing rocks into the river in the valley. Quaint old steam train here too. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and have had awesome weather. One day of thunderstorms but then the next day 32 and then 36 degrees!! ...
... pull over and take a few snaps but it turned out to be, truly, one of the grand sites of France. It was a serious piece of construction built in the first century AD to navigate water across a gorge to the Roman city of Nimes in the south of France. Even more amazing when we discovered that it was 12 arches longer back then and would be still if more recent builders hadn’t dismantled a fair portion to make use of the recycled stone.
... who had also been travelling around France for the past few weeks but in the opposite direction to us. We were able to swap info and it was good to speak to our fellow Brits. We haven't met any others so far this holiday! Their best tip off was to not visit the Pont du Gard once more. It was on our Agenda. It is no longer the great feature that we happened upon 12 years ago according to this couple when we cycled to the Med. they say it has been ...
... which was over a 100 yrs old and designed to appeal to fans of The Eiffel Tower. Clive's first ride out for a few days so we take it very slowly, but he wants to go climbing! Up to Aumessas we go. A village of real character nestled on the hillside at 1,532ft which remarkably had a beautifully built stone viaduct and a massive railway station but to us no purpose for the railway being there in the first place! The exit tunnel into the mountain side is ...
This entry by Tom.
What a day. Even with disasters, it was a special day on the road.
After breakfast at the hotel, the gang gathered at the van to load up and shove off. Mark left early; Dave, Linda and I took the long route with some changes they cooked up to shorten it a bit and bypass the national roads as much as possible, and everyone else took the more direct route...as far as I knew at the time.