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Les Mejeonnes

9 Chemin de la Mejeonne Lieu-dit la Mëjeonne, 26230 Valaurie France
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#2 of 4 hotels in Valaurie
In the center of Rhone Valley and "Drome Provencale", six kilometers away from the exit 18 "South Montelimar" of the motorway A 7.A charming hotel in the middle of countryside and wineyards with swimming pool for the tourism or business travellers.Near Montelimar, Grignan, Saint-Paul trois châteaux, Pierrelatte, La Garde Adhémar.Rooms equipments:- air-conditionning- TV with canal+, satellite and foreign channels- Free Wi-FiRestaurant with local and traditional recipes imagined by our Chef, Christophe Fluck and his team, according to the seasons.
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9 Chemin de la Mejeonne Lieu-dit la Mëjeonne, 26230 Valaurie France
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pam g wrote a review Aug 2021
Oullins, France2 contributions
Food excellent , veryvexpensive.!!but thats don t book in the room 10b , it stunk stagnant water . I booked 5 rooms with friends. Asked to change rooms , but no sorry we are full!! Get some one to come and check room no one. Next day complained to be told sorry we ll offre you your breakfast and also you don t have to pay for the bike park apparently 10 euros per bike, there was never a question to pay this (10 bikes 100 €extra) I DO NOT RECOMEND THIS HOTEl.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
Response from Domaine Les Méjeonnes, Directeur général at Les Mejeonnes
Responded 08 Aug 2021
Chère cliente, Nous vous remercions de ce retour que vous aviez voulu utiliser comme outil de négociation lors de votre départ. Ce à quoi nous n'avions pas cédé. En effet, nous ne demandons habituellement pas de surcoût pour le stockage des vélos "normaux" cependant, lorsqu'il s'agît de vélos électriques à recharger il ne s'agît pas de la même chose, ce qui semble en soit assez logique. Nous aurions pu vous en informer dès la réservation si cela avait été stipulé, nous ne pouvons deviner que vous arriveriez avec des vélos électriques contrairement à la majorité de nos clients cyclistes qui restent des puristes. Nous sommes cependant désolés du soucis rencontré avec la climatisation de votre chambre (en effet notre hôtel était complet) et malheureusement nous n'avons pu faire intervenir quelqu'un durant votre séjour, d'une nuit, ce qui a été fait par la suite et nous ne rencontrons plus de problème technique ce qui peut malheureusement arriver à tout moment. Il eut été tout de même agréable de souligner que l'ensemble de vos amis étaient satisfaits de leur séjour, de leurs chambres et de la restauration, qui d'après la majorité de nos clients, est un excellent rapport qualité prix. Bien cordialement,
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Robert D wrote a review Aug 2018
Den Bosch, The Netherlands31 contributions13 helpful votes
We stayed 3 nights in Les Mejeonnes with our 6 year old son and had a complete different experience as last visitors in approximately the same period. Very nice room, good beds, a very nice and flexible staff for us and our son. Yes, some of the other guests didn’t always appreciate the diving practices of our son but that’s if he got too enthusiastic. Several kids played together, we have all enjoyed it. Very nice menu in the restaurant with a good quality. We missed a kids menu but together with the waiter we found a nice and tasting solution. No it’s not a children’s paradise but for a couple of days a very nice, quiet hotel- restaurant in a superb landscape!
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Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: downstairs rooms at the pool
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pepdoc wrote a review Aug 2018
Amsterdam, The Netherlands8 contributions2 helpful votes
This place looks beautiful and is well kept. The rooms are fresh and the pool is nice. Surrounded by a well kept terrace and nice plants. The kitchen is up to French standards, so certainly acceptable. So much for the good. The bad is significant. The staff is not hospitable, rather extremely unpleasant and ignorant of their guests. On top of that there is unpleasant nasty behavior on many small items: the room a smaller type than ordered and paid. The bill accidentally including more drinks. The breakfast on the bill when not ordered... The negative highlight was the “kids-meal”. The standard kids meal is just a smaller version of the dishes adults can order. For toddlers usually do not eat picodon cheese, tartare or trout, we asked for pasta. Well. Pasta, no sauce no meat no vegetables. Just plain white pasta with four tiny pieces of tomato. Billed for 12 euro per child. Summary: avoid if you expect decent hospitality and if you don’t like to pay for what you did not order.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Petipied wrote a review Aug 2017
Milly42 contributions17 helpful votes
The whole place is very charming (if you like Provence style) with great outside sitting/resting area around a lovely pool with shadow. Some could complain about the insects flying around the pool and the 'refreshing' temperature of the water, but these are really minor drawbacks compared with the high quality of service. Our room for 3 on the 2nd floor was spacious and with aircon, all amenities available in the bathroom - if we need to say something as area of improvement, mattress quality is not the best. Breakfast is ok but could be slightly more 'homemade'. And do not miss to have at least a meal at the restaurant, innovative with traditional touch, and for people who stay a few days, some dishes are changed every day. A great place to stay, we hope to come back soon :)
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
Hazel B wrote a review Aug 2017
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Very nice hotel and restaurant. Great way to start our summer holiday 2017! Traditional on the outside but modern comfert on the inside. 3 course menu for € 28 which was good and with local products. We will be back.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Les Mejeonnes
Which popular attractions are close to Les Mejeonnes?
Nearby attractions include Miellerie des Délices au Miel (2.4 km), Jardin des Herbes (4.2 km), and Tour de Chamaret (7.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Les Mejeonnes?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Les Mejeonnes?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Les Mejeonnes?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Les Mejeonnes?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Predaiou, L'Atelier du 7, and Le Moulin de Valaurie.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Les Mejeonnes?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a sauna during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Les Mejeonnes?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Les Mejeonnes offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Les Mejeonnes?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Les Mejeonnes?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Eglise Saint-Michel (4.2 km).
Is Les Mejeonnes accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.