Hotel de la Plage
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de la Plage Le Chambon sur Lignon
Travel Blogs from Le Chambon sur Lignon
... 8 k's (French Irene said just a short walk!!) to see a chateau and village set in the top of the hill - poor Sharpie is getting plenty of exercise!! Great day and then Sharpie found he had lost our rental car key!! Stupid thing folded in, had no keying and ID and was black!! (solo glad it wasn't me) Anyway Doug drove him back into the hills to ...
Our 5am start was well worth it as we arrived in Nice where it was 27 deg and blue skies just after 9am on Easy Jet - 11/2 hour flight. Picked up our 4 door manual CitroŽn and headed out of the garage - Co driver navigation was all important and he needed to trust me! I was relying on setting our borrowed GPS to help - but no - I had left it on and the battery was flat! She's ok now except she speaks French no matter what I do! Ended up having an amazing ...
... hand went to the Red Wine & Chocolate Tasting. Who knew they paired so nicely together. We were educated by our pastry chef regarding the chocolates and how he produced them. Shiraz wine was predominant in the wines as this is the primary grape grown in the region. Crossed the walking bridge to Tain L'Hermitage to visit Valhrohna Chocolate. Wish there was more room in my suitcase, the selections were ...
... a Logis hotel at Serrieres which is only 6k, so off the track and into the traffic. Over the bridge & next to the hotel is a bar so have a quick couple of beers before washing and eat in the hotel, have to say it was the best meal we've had so far, at €39 (the cheapest on the list) probably the most expensive too but the 5 courses (inc amuse bouche) were scrumptious so compared to the €25 for last nights rubbish one course, well there was no ...
... they had said every day at 5.30 there is a Camino welcome gathering. So we went just to see, up the millions of steps again to the cathedral, and it was quite pleasant. People who will be walking off tomorrow, or other Camino people. So we chatted there for a bit, had a last meander round the town, which is quite charming. Cobbled narrow streets. And we have realised we are in the Auvergne, or at the edge of it. Also, on the train ride here ...