Kyriad Design Enzo Vierzon
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?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Kyriad Design Enzo Vierzon
Travel Blogs from Vierzon
... as making rolled hay. This is for winter cattle feed and quite a few cereal crops are turned into hay. Aubigny-Sur-Nere has a Scottish past with a Chateau, now the Marie, built by Beraud and Robert Stuart. The town centre has retained sculptured half timber houses in its central area and the remainder of the houses in the main have distinctive bricked windows ...
... internalised action plan to deliver it.
Petite and sweet, showing the patience
of a true people person.
When their individual efforts are amassed with their small team, the results of their efforts increase exponentially.
Now this blog is anonymous. So I do not intend naming anyone. If you know P and H you will understand what I am saying. They are too nice to allow the whole world know them via the internet.
I had a room booked with the two ladies at a local house in Neuvy-Pailloux, but it had been booked too full for our male companion to stay with us. At a fork in the road, we parted ways, with the intention to meet again tomorrow.
When we arrived at our destination, we were greeted warmly by our hostess with homemade cherry tart and tea. We swapped stories and she showed us to our rooms. The house filled with good smells as she prepared ...
... that they don’t eat well. I am really starting to enjoy French butter…mmm. The couple of the house were very welcoming, and I appreciated being invited to eat with them.
After breakfast, we began the walk to Issoudun, which sounds like a place hobbits march through on the road to Mordor. It was 10km from Villeneauve-sur-Cher to the closest town, Charost, where we were happily surprised to find a café open on Pentecost. We sipped some tea ...
... be left alone to myself for a few hours.
Since they didn’t offer dinner at the chateau and did not allow me to use their kitchen, I had arranged to meet my male companion for dinner at the local café, which was also a pizzeria. It was nice getting some time to talk to him, as, before that point, I had mostly spoken to my female companions. I only wish that I was a better conversationalist in French. The waitress at the ...