Finding an ideal charming hotel in Jonzac does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Restaurant Le Vieux Logis, a nice option for travellers like you.
The hotel offers newspaper, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you are looking for a good Italian restaurant, you may want to check out Le Pinochio or Kiosque a Pizzas Jonzac while staying at Hotel Restaurant Le Vieux Logis.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Moulin a Vent du Cluzet (0.4 mi), Eglise Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais (0.3 mi), or Le Moulin à Eau de Chez Bret (0.8 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Hotel Restaurant Le Vieux Logis looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Jonzac.
We had been to this restaurant several times before when it was under different management. On our way back to Jonzac one lunchtime, we decided to give it a try again. The restaurant has been redecorated and opened up to include an area not previously used before. The room is light and airy and the ambience very agreeable. Service was pleasant and reasonably efficient. Food was fresh, well cooked and the portions more than acceptable. The only quibble we had was that the main course dishes were not piping hot. There is an extensive wine list mainly devoted to French wines as is often the case in French restaurants. The bill though not cheap was considered reasonable value for money. Worth a return visit.
Excellent little spot not far from Jonzac, and the estuary. Rooms chalet style, modern and comfortable and large with terrace and view onto a shared garden. Bathroom clean and well appointed, shower was almost too pwoerful for one over a bath and took some controlling but plenty of hot water. Rooms are short walk from the restaurant and bar area, which has a great ambiance. Evening meal was fantastic, beautifully cooked and presented and good quantities and not too expensive either! We will be back!
The hotel has re-opened under new management and some minor refurb. We had a great lunch that was well cooked and good value. Watch out for the drinks/bar prices though, they are very steep for the area :-(
We have visited this restaurant a number of times in the past, under previous managements. We were pleased to see it re-open again recently and decided to go there for our anniversary dinner. It has an attractive revamped interior as well as a new menu. I was surprised to see that the menu was rather more expensive than before, was predominantly a la carte, and unusually had no normal range of set menus, just two - one at 32 and the other at 45 euros. The Chef's Suggestion of the Day Menu at 25 euros turned out to be a single choice starter/main/dessert offering and was not inspiring on that occasion. There are two dining rooms in sight of one another, one beautifully laid out with elegant place settings and table linen, and the other with simple bistro type tables and no table linen. To my surprise, we and all the other guests were accommodated in the bistro part and the elegant restaurant was not used at all! Given the price of the food and the restaurant's aspiration towards fine dining status, this was somewhat surprising. We had foie gras to start and shoulder of lamb to follow. Both were well presented and the former was good. The lamb, however, I found very bland and I wondered whether it had been cooked in a steam oven. Service was not very attentive and not very efficient. There seemed to be a lot of marching to and fro to rather little effect, somewhat to the detriment of a peaceful ambiance. I was not brought the wine I ordered, it was not presented to me before it was started to be opened, and I only caught by glance that it was not the gold medal vintage that I had chosen. The manageress apparently had not noticed the different year. Amazingly, after checking she found that she did not have any bottles of that chateau/year, chosen from their new menu. Subsequently, we were not even asked how we had enjoyed the food. The total bill for two aperitives, two courses and a bottle of wine came to Euros 110, which I consider to be rather too expensive for what was provided.…
We have visited this restaurant on numerous occasions when it was run by the previous owner. We knew the new people had only started a few days earlier but thought we would try the restaurant anyway, we were not disappointed. The service was quite slow at first, (we were shown to a table and given menus but no-one came to take our order for over 20 minutes, just as we were thinking of leaving they realised and rushed over). We wanted an aperitif and this was duly brought with a plate of pastries and two small pieces of bread with prawns on. Our order was then taken, we went for the Menu Charentaise at €32, and an amuse bouche brought to the table - an eggshell full of scrambled egg with little pieces of cress like leaves on it. It was very tasty though. We had wanted to try the petit gris but this dish was off the menu that day so we opted for oysters. They arrived, 9 in all with a side dish of vinegar and onions and what looked like a rissole with a stuffing of fat and little bits of meat, this we found out later was a pigs trotter. The oysters were delicious though. Our main course consisted of small pieces of fish in a tempura batter and various vegetables and tartare sauce. A really tasty way to serve fish, we thoroughly enjoyed it. Dessert followed and again we had both opted for the same dish, the Gourmandise which consisted of 5 small desserts all of which were delicious. Apart from the start of the meal the service was very good and we will definitely be going back when next in the area.…