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L'Oliveraie2 Star Hotel

8.3

6 Place De La Gare, 16100 Cognac

Guest review score

8.3 from 20 reviews

Each soundproofed guest room at the Oliveraie has a private bathroom and satellite TV, The most famous of the Médoc châteaux – Château Lafite-Rothschild, which is tel 05.56.73.18.18,, Château Latour, which is tel 05.56.73.19.80, and Château Mouton-Rothschild, which is tel 05.56.73.21.29, – can be visited by appointment only, either direct, which is all have English-speaking staff, or through the Maison du Vin. Their vineyards occupy larger single tracts of land than elsewhere in the Médoc, and consequently neighbouring wines can differ markedly: a good vintage Lafite is perfumed and refined, whereas a Mouton-Rothschild is strong and dark and should be kept for at least ten years. Château Mouton-Rothschild and its wine museum, which is April–Oct daily 9.30–11am & 2–4pm; Nov–March closed Sat & Sun; €4.57, or €12.20 including one tasting, is the most absorbing of the big houses: as well as the viticultural stuff, you also get to see the Rothschilds' amazing collection of art treasures, all loosely connected with wine. Visitors appreciate the hotel is located in Cognac, highly valued, on the banks of the Charente River, DHTML Menu By Miloni. It offers free private parking, and above all, free Wi-Fi access and an outdoor swimming pool, PAUILLAC is the largest town in the Médoc region and central to the most important vineyards of Bordeaux: no fewer than three of the top five Grands Crus come from around here. It has grown rapidly in recent years and, while its little harbour and riverfront are pretty enough, they can't counteract the presence of the nuclear power plant across the Gironde. There is also a bar and a garden with a private terrace, Europe begun to be occupied from about 200,000 BC by the Homo sapiens, but have died 30,000 years ago supposedly during a period of cold weather. Around 2500 B.C the Celts came from Central Europe and settled in Gaul. The Celts were iron workers and dominated Gaul until 125 B.C., when the Roman Empire began its reign in southern France. Greeks and Phoenicians established settlements along the Mediterranean, most notably at Marseille. Julius Caesar conquered part of Gaul in 57–52 B.C., and it remained Roman until Franks invaded in the 5th century A.D. Some rooms are also equipped with air conditioning, Gaul was divided in seven provinces. The Romans were afraid about populations become in local identities and begun to displace them so they avoided a threat to the Roman integrity. That's why many Celts were moved and enslaved out of Gaul. Many changes have occured during a cultural evolution under the Roman Empire, one of them was the change of the Gaulish language by Vulgar Latin, the similarities between one language and the other favoured the transition. Gaul was under the Romans control for centuries. Breakfast is served daily and guests can enjoy traditional cuisine in the Oliveraie’s restaurant, The landscape of the Médoc, a slice of land northwest of Bordeaux wedged between the forests bordering the Atlantic coast and the Gironde estuary, is itself rather monotonous: its gravel plains, occupying the west bank of the brown, island-spotted estuary, rarely swell into anything resembling a hill. Paradoxically, however, this poor soil is ideal for viticulture – vines root more deeply if they don't find the sustenance they need in the topsoil and, firmly rooted, they are less subject to drought and flooding. The region's eight appellations produce only red wines, from the grape varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and, to a lesser degree, Petit Verdot. Cabernet Sauvignon gives body, bouquet, colour and maturing potential to the wine, while Merlot gives it its "animal" quality, making it rounder and softer. The D2 wine road, heading off the N15 from Bordeaux, passes through Margaux, St-Julien, Pauillac and St-Estèphe and, while the scenery might not be stunning, the many famous – albeit mostly inaccessible – châteaux are. Clients appreciate the hotel is situated approximately 64 km from Royan, very much appreciated, and Angouleme is a 45-minute drive away, France become a centralized state where was established an absolute monarchy having the doctrine of the Divine Right of Kings and the explicit support of the established Church. The long Italian Wars, which is 1494-1559, marked the beginning of early modern France. Once Francis I was captured at Pavia the French monarchy had to look for allies and founded one in the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Admiral Barbarossa captured Nice on 5 August 1543 and handed it down to Francis I. During the 16th century, the Spanish and Austrian Habsburgs were the dominant power in Europe, they controlled some other duchies and kingdoms across Europe. Despite all of this, French became the preferred language of Europe's aristocracy., In 486, Clovis I, leader of the Salian Franks, defeated Syagrius at Soissons and then united most of northern and central Gaul under his rule. Christianity in France received a boost when in 496, Clovis adopted the Roman Catholic form of Christianity. In some ways Clovis' reign brought stability and unity to France, but in some other ways it contributed to fragmentation, because Clovis divided up the territory as gifts and rewards., Alternate spellings:: France, St-Estèphe, St-Estèphe, St-Estephe, Blaye has long played a strategic role defending Bordeaux, and was fortified by Vauban in the seventeenth century. The citadelle deserves a wander; people still live here, and it's a strange combination of peaceful village and tourist attraction. A beautiful spot, it has grass, trees, birds and a spectacular view over the Gironde estuary. Blaye is also the last resting place of the heroic paladin Roland, whose body was brought here in 778 after the battle of Roncevaux. However, his mausoleum is now no more than a heap of rocks., Charles Martel was the first leader of the Carolingian dynasty and is the responsible of the expansion of the Frankish kingdom and also stopped the Muslim advance. Charlemagne not only was an able military leader, but he was also a great supporter of education and the arts. During Charlemagne's period there was a Carolingian renaissance but shortly after his death the kingdom was divided. Hugh Capet was elected to the throne of France, this way the Carolingian dynasty ended and the Capetian Dynasty begun. In 1066, William, Duke of Normandy invaded England and was crowned as the English king on Christmas Day, 1066. With the marriage of Eleanor of Aquitaine, who was married before with king Louis VII of France and the get married with Henry II of England, there was yielded most of the western part of France to the British Wreath. After the death of the last Capetian king Charles IV, Edward III of England claimed the French Throne and started the Hundred Years' War in 1337. With the help of a French peasant girl, Joan of Arc, Charles VIII emerged victorious in the war and drove the English back to Calais.


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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 12:00   to 21:00
Check-out:  07:00  to 10:30
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 1 day before the date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Buffet breakfast costs EUR 6.50 per person per night.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 7 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots.
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1.
Maximum capacity of babycots in a room is 1.

Features

Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

L'Oliveraie is a 2 star hotel featuring 27 rooms in total

Services

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Internet Services
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Fax/Photocopying
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Pets Allowed
  • Bar
  • Newspapers
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • Free Parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Soundproofed Rooms
  • Heating
  • Airconditioning
  • Designated Smoking Area

Activities

  • Golf Course (within 3 km)
  • Cycling
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool (all year)

Parking

Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).

Internet

Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.

Pets

Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.

Area & travel information

Address

6 Place De La Gare
16100 Cognac

 

Places nearby...

Soloire : 1.8 km
La Soloire Rivière : 1.8 km
Cognac : 1.8 km
Châteaubernard : 2.1 km
Javrezac : 2.5 km
Jabrezac : 2.5 km
L'Antenne Rivière : 3.1 km
Antenne : 3.1 km
Anteine Rivière : 3.1 km
Saint-Brice : 3.4 km
Boutiers-Saint-Trojan : 4.1 km
Boutiers : 4.1 km
Richemont : 4.7 km
Né : 4.9 km
Le Né Rivière : 4.9 km
Merpins : 5.7 km
Ars : 5.9 km
Saint-Laurent : 6 km
Gimeux : 6.5 km
Ruisseau du Tourtrat : 6.9 km
Nercillac : 6.9 km
Canal du Né : 7 km
Gensac : 7.1 km
Salignac-de Pons : 7.3 km
Salignac : 7.3 km
Julienne : 7.5 km
Cherves : 7.5 km
Cherao : 7.5 km
Bourg : 7.5 km
Salles : 7.6 km
Genté : 7.6 km
Saint-André : 7.9 km
Chérac : 8.5 km
Chassors : 8.7 km
Réparsac : 9.1 km
Angeac : 9.7 km
Forêt de Jarnac : 9.7 km
Gua : 9.8 km
Le Gua Rivière : 9.8 km
Celles : 10 km
Saint-Sulpice : 10.1 km
Sainte-Sévère : 10.3 km
Coulonges : 10.3 km
Brives : 11.1 km
Mesnac : 11.1 km
Le Seure : 11.4 km
Segonzac : 11.4 km
Saint-Fort-sur-Né : 11.5 km
Saint-Fort : 11.5 km
Burie : 11.5 km
Saint-Martial : 11.7 km
Rouffiac : 12.2 km
Juillac : 12.2 km
Dompierre : 12.3 km
Jarnac : 12.4 km
Mainxe : 12.5 km
Les Métairies : 12.6 km
Germignac : 13.2 km
Cierzac : 13.2 km
Pérignac : 13.3 km
Houlette : 13.4 km
Saint-Sever : 13.6 km
Bréville : 13.7 km
Gondeville : 13.9 km
Verrières : 14 km
Migron : 14.1 km
Montils : 14.1 km
Saint-Même : 14.3 km
Jarnac : 14.4 km
Saint-Sauvant : 14.6 km
Briou : 14.7 km
Le Briou Rivière : 14.7 km
Sigogne : 14.8 km
Mons : 14.8 km
Ruisseau la Rouzille : 14.8 km
La Rouzille Ruisseau : 14.8 km
Échebrune : 14.9 km
La Gravouse Rivière : 15 km
Gravouse : 15 km
Saint-Bris : 15.2 km
Villars : 15.3 km
Macqueville : 15.4 km
Courbillac : 15.4 km
Saint-Preuil : 15.6 km
Saint-Palais : 15.7 km
Brie : 15.9 km
Saint-Seurin : 15.9 km
La Seugne Rivière : 16.2 km
Beillant : 16.2 km
Seugne : 16.2 km
Triac-Lautrait : 16.5 km
Triac : 16.5 km
Thors : 16.6 km
Foussignac : 16.7 km
Courcerac : 16.9 km
Ballans : 17 km
Biron : 17.1 km
Sainte-Lheurine : 17.2 km
Chadenac : 17.2 km
Sonnac : 17.2 km
Lignières : 17.3 km
Ambleville : 17.3 km
Bougneau : 17.6 km
Mareuil : 17.6 km
Bassac : 17.8 km
Chaniers : 17.8 km
Bouteville : 17.8 km
Colombiers : 17.8 km
Plaizac : 17.9 km
Neuvicq : 17.9 km
Authon : 18 km
Saint-Amant : 18.1 km
Graves : 18.1 km
Lachaise : 18.4 km
La Chapelle : 18.5 km
Arthenac : 18.8 km
Bonneuil : 18.8 km
Archiac : 18.9 km
Criteuil : 18.9 km
Mérignac : 19 km
Brizambourg : 19.1 km
Siecq : 19.3 km
Fleurac : 19.3 km
Aujac : 19.3 km
La Guirlande Rivière : 19.3 km
Guirlande : 19.3 km
Neuillac : 19.6 km
Sonneville : 19.8 km
Bercloux : 19.8 km
Écoyeux : 20 km
Avy : 20.2 km
Vaux-Rouillac : 20.3 km
Matha : 20.3 km
Courcoury : 20.3 km
Blanzac : 20.4 km
Touzac : 20.4 km
La Jard : 20.4 km
Saint-Simon : 20.6 km
Vibrac : 20.6 km
Pons : 20.8 km
Saint-Eugène : 20.9 km
Angeac : 21 km
Aumagne : 21.1 km
Haimps : 21.1 km
Lagarde : 21.2 km
Saintonge : 21.4 km
Saint-Léger : 21.4 km
Cognac : 21.4 km
Berneuil : 21.7 km
Neulles : 21.8 km
Noblat : 21.8 km
Le Noblat Rivière : 21.8 km
Ébéon : 21.9 km
Fontcouverte : 22 km
Massac : 22 km
Éraville : 22.1 km
Forêt de Pons : 22.1 km
Bagnizeau : 22.1 km
La Brousse : 22.4 km
Marignac : 22.4 km
Moings : 22.5 km
Brie : 22.6 km
Vénérand : 22.7 km
Réaux : 22.7 km
Préguillac : 22.7 km
Clam : 22.7 km
Ruisseau Le Mortier : 22.7 km
Le Mortier Ruisseau : 22.7 km
Les Gonds : 22.9 km
Moulidars : 22.9 km
Le Médoc Rivière : 23 km
Médoc : 23 km
Rouillac : 23 km
Échallat : 23.1 km
Saint-Maurice : 23.2 km
Mallaville : 23.2 km
Le Beau Rivière : 23.3 km
Rivière des Forges : 23.3 km
Beau : 23.3 km
Antignac : 23.3 km
Fléac : 23.4 km
Châteauneuf : 23.5 km
Saint-Simeux : 23.6 km
Nantillé : 23.7 km
Gourvillette : 23.7 km
Le Douhet : 23.8 km
Saint-Ouen : 23.8 km
Montigné : 24 km
Saint-Médard-de-Barbezieux : 24 km
Saint-Médard : 24 km
La Velude Rivière : 24.1 km
Vélude : 24.1 km
Birac : 24.2 km
Anville : 24.2 km
Allas : 24.3 km
Saint-Hilaire : 24.5 km
Villars : 24.5 km
Barret : 24.5 km
Saint-Grégoire : 24.6 km
Saint-Georges : 24.6 km

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