Chateau de Fontager

Address: Le village, Valence, Rhône-Alpes, 26600, France | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsChateau de Fontager Valence

    Reviewed by rachbritton

    A little worn, but it adds to the character and history

    Reviewed Jan 3, 2014
    by (34 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    The Chateau de Fontager felt like you were stepping into another era, with long winding hallways decadently engraved escorting you to your room, a winding red staircase, sitting furniture spread through out, a grand piano in the reception area and I'm sure I saw a knight. The food was lovely, and the dinning halls huge. Our room was very large, although a tad effected by time and visitors. We only stayed over night, and did not get to see the outside in the day light. I liked it. It was a bit like a theme hotel.

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    Reviewed by vonazamar

    Beautiful place

    Reviewed Dec 26, 2012
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia


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    TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau de Fontager Valence

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    Travel Blogs from Valence

    Day of many different means of travel

    A travel blog entry by daveandwendy on Oct 08, 2015

    4 photos

    After breakfast Dave and I opted for an optional excursion which took us on the Ardeche Steam Train. We enjoyed a scenic ride along the Ardeche Mountains. The train took us to places that tour busses could not. We saw spectacular views of waterfalls, gorges and deep valleys. There also was an aqueduct built to store and provide water for the region. The steam engine was amazing. I ...

    A Little Bit of Country

    A travel blog entry by dazza3107 on Sep 21, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... some local wine purchased from a supermarket in Montpellier.

    Following a good night's sleep, we enjoyed a traditional French breakfast of fruit, yogurt, pastries and of course cafe (coffee). After being overpowered by Jessy, the overactive, but very cute resident Jack Russell, we headed off into the French countryside to visit wineries and the recommended town of Grignan.

    Sad to say, ...

    More rain, then sun !!!!

    A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Sep 17, 2015

    5 photos

    During the night, we had heavy rain, with intervals of torrential rain. All in all quite a night, we had an early start today and were gone by 9am.
    The " which road to take decision " was easy today and as we had already decided that Dijon in the rain was not a good idea, we would press on towards Lyon and took the E15 toll road. To say the road was wet, would have been an under statement and the spray was horrendous. The inside lane was full of lorries ...

    Days: 28-30: Avignon

    A travel blog entry by colindaines on Sep 16, 2015

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... the Avignon Philharmonic Orchestra magnificent. Our table of 4 couples, Americans, Melbournians and 2 Sydneysiders gelled well as we had mostly connected on previous occasions. A lot of fun and laughter, before we strolled back to the waiting boat on a very mild and beautiful night. Day 29: This morning was marked by mild temp but also by the strong and gusty 'mystral' wind. We headed out for our excursion to the ...

    Storm damage

    A travel blog entry by jimhorrox on Sep 14, 2015

    8 photos

    Apparently we had 12 inches of rain overnight and the river has totally changed colour to a rather muddy hue! There is a fault with one of the bow thrusters and divers have to be brought up from Marseilles to deal with what is thought to be a snagged prop. Anyway we are off on our tour of Viviers which is another small medieval town of 4000 in the Ardeche region. It is also the smallest French town to have a cathedral and the new bishop was installed on Saturday. We walked around ...