Le Clos Parc & Spa in Verneuil-sur-Avre, which was in English hands during the Hundred Years War, is on the road from Paris to Mont-Saint-Michel, and is near Chartres, Le Perche Regional Nature Park and Giverny. It is quintessentially English. This château, with its Anglo-Norman conical turret roof and flambé-glazed bricks, inspired by Viollet-le-Duc, is nestled in a park with ancient trees which leads to two restaurants. The rooms are elegantly appointed, with period furniture and elegant wallpaper evoking the world of the horse. Le Clos offers a delightful new wellness area and a charming Gustave Eiffel-style ironwork conservatory for breakfast and tea room.
Stayed on: August 2018 for 1 day
Review posted 770 days ago
We had a wonderful time at Le Clos. It is a very special place and very welcoming towards families. We were looked after extremely well and the the staff went out of their way to make sure our son (who has a gluten and yeast allergy) only received food he could eat, whi