Lonely Planet review
This gîte set in a Creole house has all the hallmarks of a great deal: well-maintained (if a bit boxy) rooms that can sleep six people, well-scrubbed bathrooms, a tranquil location and a tab that won't burn a hole in your pocket. For those wanting more privacy, three adjoining doubles, with wood-panelled walls, are available. They're fairly compact and share bathrooms. The owner, Patrick Manoro, is a mine of local knowledge and occasionally plays guitar for his guests in the evening. Breakfast (€6) and dinner (€20) are available.
Our independent authors have visited La Mandoze and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Hell-bourg.
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