Recently constructed in the heart of the city of Clisson, this boutique hotel offers breathtaking views of its medieval castle and the edges of Sevres. At the junction of the Loire-Atlantique, Vendee and Anjou, discover the jewels of the Nantes vineyards in a romantic setting!
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Housed in the old mill Delaroche, who made the heyday of the local economy in the last century, this new 4-Star hotel, the Best Western Plus Villa Saint Antoine Hotel & Spa, the only establishment of its kind in the country of the Nantes vineyards, creates a chic and elegant air to the Dolce Vita.
Certainly romantic with the historic Chateau de Clisson city which stands in the face and edges of the Sevre Nantes that can be enjoyed from the magnificent terrace bar-restaurant. This charming hotel has preserved the architectural design of this Italian city. Enjoy your stay.
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This a very good quality hotel and is a converted mill/factory/warehouse - the conversion is to a very high standard, retaining many of the original external features .
The location is quite idlllic...
By ian j
Usk, United Kingdom on 11-May-2019
Stayed here for one night prior to flying out of Nantes. The hotel has a lovely setting overlooking the Chateau and river and a perfect courtyard to sip a glass of chilled Muscadet. Our room was...
London, United Kingdom on 27-Sep-2018
We were delighted with the location of this hotel, the staff were exceptionally friendly and we managed to park with no problem. The setting is stunning, we ended up eating supper at the hotel and...
By Caroline C
lichfield on 06-Sep-2018
We stayed at the hotel for a friends wedding weekend in clisson. The town is gorgeous and the hotel has a lovely terrace overlooking the river and castle.
Rooms are basic but staff are very helpful...
London, United Kingdom on 19-Aug-2018
Well this little gem city was recommended by one of our expat UK group on Facebook! What a find. We arrived quite late or should I say early in the morning thanks to Useless Eurotunnel (excuse this...