No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
Photos of Chateau D'Ayres
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau D'Ayres Meyrueis
Travel Blogs from Meyrueis
... had never left. Today we are going to drive down to the med and via the highest bridge in the world (the Millau Viaduct). Should be amazing. But it has to be said our lives have been a little strange with both mine and Pauls dad getting ill, but so far they are both ok and recovering well, but we feel like we are on constant standby in case we need to fly to see them urgently. We have become such a nomadic bunch that it almost feels ...
... value & the wine turned out to be €1.90! As Tess was having a nap in Pierre, we decided to have a look around and some French towns do have the most amazing mix of shops, from a violin maker, chair restorer, specialist wool/sewing machine shops, all on a main high street. There was a market on as well and we bought some very nice bread and 2 Ceps that will go very well with our steak tomorrow, they are ...
... understood I wouldn't be a regular at Le Cheveu d'Ange, which she was probably quite grateful for. It turned out ok though, not quite as I usually have it but it looked okay and Phil liked it very much. Whilst I was gone Phil was feeling much better and decided to look at the solar panel, as the battery was low. This meant having to poke his head out of the skylight in the bedroom and seeing it was quite dusty, thought he'd wash it. So next he took a small bowl ...
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.
... afraid this episode is the story of the three of us today.
The subject includes the word "tunnels" because we went though 13 or 14 of them today. All of them were short and did not really require lights, but we put them on anyway.
After an initial climb out of Mende, at the 10 km point we decided to do the extended route. We had just turned the corner when Steve ...