Hotel Le Clos des Feuillantines Hotel 0 star
60, Grande rue, 89160 Argenteuil-sur-Armanšon Argenteuil-sur-Armanšon, France
Amy Adejokun Section editor

Tucked away in the tiny village of Argenteuil-sur-Armanšon, this guest house is a welcoming and comfortable place with spacious rooms, good facilities and good home-cooked food. It can accommodate couples, families and groups of up to 20 people and there is a separate cottage for rent too. With its secluded setting, large outdoor area with pool and proximity to the canal and local sites, we highly recommend this property for a night or two's stay along your journey through Burgundy.

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    Location 3.0 /10

    The guest house is in the village of Argenteuil-sur-Armanšon, around a two hour drive from Dijon. Most of the guests here are cyclists however the hotel is not right along the canal and you'll need to take a detour to reach it.

    Accommodation 7.20 /10

    There are a total of five guestrooms at Le Clos des Feuillantines which can accommodate between two and four people each. Four of the five have a mezzanine level on which the beds are found with a pull out sofa on the lower floor. All rooms are fitted out with parquet flooring and have cute upholstery on the cushions and sofas as well as tasteful curtains with fasteners such as those found in girls' hair with a ring and baton. They all have a simple table and chairs with a flatscreen television and heaters. The room which doesn't have the mezzanine level has a four poster bed and slightly fancier bedding. The nicely tiled bathrooms have either a shower cubicle or tub and come with hairdryers, heated towel racks and basic toiletries. They are adorned with quaint pieces of furniture and mini flower pots.

    Overview 7.70 /10

    Arriving at Le Close de Feuillantines is very similar to turning up to a friend's house in the country. It is situated on the main road through the village and guests simply enter through the gate and walk straight into the house where the family will be waiting to greet you in the large front room which doubles up as the dining room and lounge. Decorated with bright yellow wallpaper and with a few locally produced products available to buy, there isn't much that is remarkable about the space. Just outside is the swimming pool and kids lay area as well as a patio with garden furniture where one can relax after a hard day's cycling. All around are either other cute houses and cottages or wide open countryside with not a sound to be heard. There is not a whole lot of other public spaces in the guest house although from what we could see everything is kept in good order and the place is spotless. There is of course no lift but there are only two floors to negotiate and there is a room on the ground floor for those who really can't manage the steps.

    Food and drink

    A continental breakfast is served every morning either at the communal table in the front room of the guest house or, if the weather is decent enough, outside on the patio. A selection of pastries and cereals are served along with a selection of hot and cold drinks although there is no hot option. On certain evenings, if there is a large group in house, then, with prior arrangement, dinner can be served. A generous three-course meal of home-cooked food is prepared by the family and can be taken at a time to suit you.

    To know

    Like most guest houses, Le Clos des Feuillantines is a family-run business: in this case Nathalie and Fabien and their young daughter welcome you all year round although they are unable to provide evening meals unless you are a sizeable group (aside from exceptional circumstances).


    • Swimming pool


    • Secluded and quiet
    • Nicely decorated rooms
    • Swimming pool
    • Kid's play area


    • Evening meal not always possible

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