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Quiet country surroundings and close proximity to Sarlat and the Dordogne No
hotel with the caracter of a chambred'hôtes -beautiful location - very gentle hosts -clean enquiet room
Lovely old farmhouse and building in attractive setting. Very friendly and helpful owner. Wonderful having the swimming pool as it was weather was hot. Not a complaint but if you want an evening meal you need to arrange with owner before you arrive
Quiet, comfortable, friendly and very competent owners. Easy to get to and near the places we wished to visit.
Tranquility and location No dinner served. The bathroom in No. 4 was too open for us and not very private for the toilet!! It could easily be enclosed.
The hotel is cosy and beautifully set. Ths stuff is extremly helpful and friendly. Excellent location just in the midst of Perigod attaractions 1. The room was too small. 2. shower with curtain..... 3.no window in the room 4. No lobby !!!!
Fabulous location. Swimming pool and room beautiful. Dinner very good. Breakfast poor with little choice. Room bathrooms not working, leaking shower. Too many fake flowers.
Location was good for touring the Dordogne area. Pool was nice after a hot day sightseeing. Dinner in the restaurant was excellent - superb food and service. Morning checkout was slow due to only one person doing breakfast service and reception.
The pool was absolutely wonderful. The food brilliant & room ok. The hotel in a good location. No drawers to put clothes in & due to the heat a fan would have been usseful. No extracter fan in the bathroom which, once you had had a shower made the room unbearable.
We had a room with a balcony on which there was a table, chairs, lounge chairs etc... It was great to sit out there and sip a bottle of wine looking at the chateaux lit up at night. I also loved the fact that there was a small fridge in the room...... now if only there had been a coffee maker and internet access for those of us who do not carry laptops or Ipads...
Good central location for key sights in Perigord Noir. Next to busyish main road, so some traffic noise in rooms on the road side of the hotel. Fantastic views over to nearby castles, so the name of the hotel is a good description. Nice terrace (with pool) with views over the valley and to the hotels. Good restaurant, with lovely food, which was a highlight of our stay in the area. Compact bedroom, with limited storage space for clothes, so felt a little like living out of a suitcase, given that we were there 3 nights.
The staff were pleasant. The room we had was v good and large. Lot of plumbing noises from other rooms! Breakfast. We thought the breakfast was poor. We were considering going out for breakfast as there was no fresh bread and the menu was limited. We did point this out to the staff.
We stayed for one night at the end of our holiday, it was the perfect place to stay. The room was clean and comfortable and the view superb, overlooking fields of corn and asparagas, and at night the surrounding chateaux were lit, very romantic. The swimming pool was very welcome on a hot day and clean. The staff were pleasant and at least one spoke very good English. I would stay again. Breakfast was ok but small for the price!
The room was clean and convenient to the castle area. There is a pool that was sparkling clean but too cold to use in June. We will probably try another hotel in the area when we return. Our room was on the third floor and no elevator, it was hard to negotiate with a large suitcase. We ate dinner the first evening and paid a great deal for very badly prepared chicken which was extremely tough and did not come off the bone. The vegetables were unimaginative and the desert was rather bland. We did not eat there again. We had to ask three times for more bath tissue, a light was broken in the bathroom over the sink and there were two other lights bulbs out in the room. Children who lived at the hotel woke us one morning. There were no extra plugs to charge cameras and cell phones in our room.
Air con, very clean, good location in centre of village. Breakfast is not in the restaurant its above a stairwell in the hotel - very strange. No parking.
Clean, friendly, helpfull Early closure of restaurant
The building was interesting and in a good location, and was a good value. The owner was very nice and accommadating. For instance he picked us up and dropped us back off at the train station 10 km away. As a two star hotel you can't expect everything to be perfect. The shower had a broken sprayer, so it wouldn't stay in place on the vertical rod. The room decor needed some updating (dark and in need of minor maintenance).
The location was amazing, right underneath a huge castle on a cliff. Our room was right on the road and although there was some traffic noise in the morning, it was great to open the big shutters and lean out into the street. Parking wasn't a problem, free after 7pm. Although there were a number of restaurants nearby we drove to a nearby camping ground for a real value for money meal. Sarlat is only 9kms away and easy to find. Chose this hotel based on price and closeness to Sarlat. Was gobsmacked as we drove into the village and saw the castle on the hill, like staying in a fairytale! The size of the room was almost claustrophic. If the removed the enormous freestanding wardrobe from the bedroom it would allow a bit more space and if a wardrobe is necessary just have the one in the bathroom. The suitcase stand is located in the bathroom right beside the washbasin - a problem if you splash water about. Our room was right behind the reception desk and as there was no one there people arriving thought that our room was the office. This was bit embarrassing. Didn't have breakfast as there didn't appear to be anything other than wheat products (no yoghurt, cheese etc for gluten free diets).
Clean great location for this quiet small town Dont stay in beynac if you want a bustling town with things to do
Great location - Beynac is a gorgeous village! (Access to car parking was good too, if you don't mind a bit of a walk up hill!) Breakfast was included, but I never did manage to find out where it was served!
sImple, no frills, nice, clean place to stay. a bit noisy but its not the hotels fault it is just near one of the main roads
Beynac is a very pretty small town, complete with its own castle. Village well worth exploring. The photos indicated that the hotel was overlooking water, when in actual we could only obtain breakfast at that site. Hotel rooms very small, particularly the shower which was very difficult to get in and out of. We had not expected to be so cramped.
pretty village. convenient. Photographs indicated that it was by the river. The hotel was 100 meters up a hill away from the river - the restaurant of the hotel was by the river.
Friendly helpful staff at a small hotel in an ideal location for sightseeing. We also enjoyed the breakfasts.
The helpfulness of Christophe and Sarissa, the managers. The food was excellent in the restaurant. We also loved the hotel location and the availability of parking near the hotel.
Excellent restaurant Room was small and very hot. Pool area is through the basement and you pass by some very smelly bins to get to the pool. The pool area also only has chairs and no sun loungers.
We were very pleasantly surprised - the hotel was much nicer than we had expected for such a reasonable room rate. The hotel is superbly located in the village - right beneath the castle and looking across to the river. (There's a free car park across the road, so no need to navigate narrow streets either!) The staff were all really friendly, the room was nice enough, clean and warm, and the restaurant was brilliant. (Massive portions and good selection. Good breakfasts too.) We stayed for three days and used the hotel as a base to explore the area - had a fabulous time and would thoroughly recommend anyone to stay there. We thought the hotel was excellent.
The setting was superb, right beside the Dordogne. The Chateau above the hotel was a real highlight along with the gardens at Murreasyac? amazing buxus huge garden. The food/ menu could be more quality less quantity.
Christophe was very attentive
Enjoyed the delightful atmosphere and excellent menu.
the bed was comfortable. The room had a balcony which was shared but still nice to look out onto. we booked a budget room and didn't realise that this meant 'budget' as in old and scruffy. the loo was separate from the shower and hand wash basin and as you lay in bed you looked at both cubicles. The loo door didn't close properly and the shower/washbasin cubicle did not have a door. The staircase leading up to the room was in need of decoration to the point where the wall paper was black.
Good restaurant and friendly service
What a delightful place and great little hotel. Highly recommend the restaurant in the hotel - after eating there on the first night we did not eat anywhere else during our stay. Our room looked over the Dordogne River and up towards the chateau on the cliffs above. Nothing
beautiful location, great food, lovely owners
The location within the pedestrian area of the village with easy access to the amenities No car park, not a problem for us, but maybe in summer could be difficult for non locals
The hotel proprietor was very friendly, and the atmospher was very good
Hotel is situated in a quiet village but within easy reach of many Dordogne attractions. There are a couple of excellent gourmet restaurants of excellent value nearby - one just a short walk. Very welcoming host who could not have been more helpful.
We really enjoyed our stay there. The hotel owners were very friendly and helpful, the room was very comfortable and clean, and the hotel's location was great for exploring the Perigord region.
The hotel was well located in the centre of the village. The decor was in keeping with the historical significance of the hotel and the village.
The hotel had been very sympathetically restored and the decor was excellent. The hotel owner was extremely pleasant and helpful and made our stay very enjoyable. Breakfast was very good.
Family run by charming couple - very helpful. The village has limited options for eating out on foot. We only stayed for one night and did find an excellent restaurant. Finding somewhere different for a second night might have been more challenging.
the size of the room no wash basin in the toilet
Charming boutique hotel. Conveniently located. Very quiet. Excellent service.
Lovely room - great views. The Patron was excellent - she took interest in our stay and gave helpful advice. Breakfasts were excellent.
The Area Need a bit of French knowledge as menu is in French with no English translation and my French was not enough to help but was not a bad thing on hotels part as they could speak a little English but could help people to know before booking.
the most fun we have had in years laughed so much franc oliver the owner was the nicest funniest sweetest man ever he went out of his way with the food beacuase of my food allergies and the meals were superb would highly recomend the hotel merci franc xx
The welcome, the service and friendliness of staff and the overall cleanliness of the hotel; quality of the food
The beautiful terrace and easy parking overloooking the river Dordogne. The friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere. The excellent position for visiting this lovely area. Rooms were poorly lit and gloomy. The furnishings were basic and could have been much improved at small cost with a little imagination. The advertised wifi only worked in the dining room. We stayed for a week, but after poor steaks the first night did not eat there again.
We loved this place. It was full of old world charm and the food was wonderful. The service was good and we would certainly return.
Nice and quiet location close to beauticul places like La Roque Gageac. Definitely recommended for couples. Very nice terrasse and food.
The hotel's setting was ideal - very central to the area we wished to explore and quietly located. The restaurant, terrace and all communal areas were well appointed, and the room price was very reasonable. The hotel has electric toilets, which could have been a problem at night with inconsiderate fellow guests. However, we were lucky. We did not like the plastic shower, although it worked well (good flow) and was very clean. With a small outlay (notably on new bedspreads and towels) this hotel could be in another league.
Very friendly and accomodating owner.
Very friendly. The family room was a little basic, but comfortable and clean. Frank the Maitre-D was wonderful! The food was superb! Only that there was no door or curtain that separated the shower & sink room to the bedroom. This was in the family room. The hotel was surrounded by trees that put the hotel in the shade at certain times during the day. They really could do with being cut back a little. Almost jungle-like.
the country side are quite and comfortable. not so convenience in the neighborhood
The food was excellent. The dinner was good quality and well priced and the breakfast was simple but very generous. The ensuite facilities were extremely cramped and very basic. I am sure that 'large' people would have great difficulty there.
Wonderfully cheerful staff. The atmosphere felt like being in a house, not a hotel. A joyful experience - thoroughly recommend it.
Excellent value for money Furnishings a little old and tired. Limited restaurant facilities in the village.
very friendly / excellent situation / good service
Pleasant friendly staff , very helpful about parking advice and other more obscure queries, Good central position.
The room was spacious. The hotel itself a little old, but nicely kept. The surroundings are spectacular.
As family with 2 children, 9yrs and 7 yrs old, the family room was very large and comfortable. The reception was friendly and helpful. Would bring my family back again, as it was good value for money.
Pleasant staff and the hotel is situated in a lovely location - can recommend to anyone. N/A
The location was good being near the centre of the village. The room was large with dual aspect. Good friendly restaurant where one could eat outside .
The covered pool and the grounds were lovely - ideal for a family. The food in the restaurant was superb and reasonably priced. The hotel was close to the main road but it was not a problem at night.There was no air conditioning in the room which was not a problem as it was raining and cool.
Very quiet at this time of year. Food was excellent. Friendliness of staff.
Friendly welcoming staff Located beside a main road although there was no traffic at night
The facilities were outstanding , exceptionally clean and the hotel staff were very, very welcoming and pleasant The hotel was situated by a road but rooms were facing away from the road.
The helpfulness of the staff and immediate response to requests.Food was excellent