Pros: Lesley and Xavier are wonderful, helpful and friendly hosts and welcomed us know with a drink on their balcony which has amazing views down the valley. We stayed in the cottage with private pool, very...
Cons: An electric kettle in the cottage would be a good idea. Just to let other couples know too that the upstairs room with 2 beds does require going up a steep set of stairs but OK for coming downstairs ...
Pros: Hosts were excellent and couldn't do enough for you. We skipped breakfast in the morning but they drove us to the bakery in the village and then back to the next leg of our walk. This saved us at ...
Cons: Nothing except perhaps if they served dinner every night. They currently only serve meals three evenings a week.
Pros: I dont know where to begin. Stunning property with two pools on a huge piece of land. Fantastic cozy rooms with all the modern ammenities you could wish for. The hosts Lesley and Xavier and their ...
Pros: The warm and friendly welcome, the pool, a convivial aperitif with friends of the owners, the decor, the delicious home cooking.
Cons: It was all top class.
Pros: We were greeted warmly by Lesley and Xavier and they made our stay so comfortable and supported. The room, pool and other facilities were second to none. As a bonus, the grounds and views were to ...
Cons: Not being able to stay any longer.
Pros: Well what a find. After day's driving on the autoroute counting French car numbers (family game) what met us here was pure Eye Porn. The owners were unbelievably great, fantastic meal in the ...
Pros: Welcoming hosts. Superior accommodation. Lovely surroundings with beautiful views. Fantastic breakfast.
Cons: There was nothing we did not like
Pros: The Breakfast Was one of the best I have ever had,and the eggs where made extra special with the the black truffles.Superb
Pros: Fantastic hosts, excellent room, wonderful gardens set in a beautiful valley
Pros: Really pleased with all aspects of this fantastic B n B. We were made to feel very welcome, nothing was too much trouble. The evening meal was delicious and we would highly reccommend. The location of...
Pros: Everything exceptionally good
Cons: Couldn't be any better
Pros: Fantastic stay, with very friendly,helpful & welcoming owners. We loved the whole ambience of the place and the evening meal together with other french guests - brilliant
Cons: Nothing, will definitely try to return.
Pros: A warm welcome and great hospitality the best B and B we have stayed in, better than many 4 star hotels with great attention to guest comfort, the owners were very attentive and yet ensured privacy ...
Pros: The owners were absolutely delightful and could not have been more helpful. We were treated like friends and felt incredibly welcome and relaxed. The beautiful gardens, wildlife and swimming pool ...
Offering an outdoor seasonal swimming pool, Le Prieuré is a bed and breakfast located 9.3 miles from Goudon and set in a typical Quercy style property partly dating from the 18th century. Free Wi-Fi access is available, as well as a garden and a terrace. The bedrooms at Le Prieuré are individually decorated and have a private bathroom with walk-in shower or a bath tub, a private toilet and a terrace. The continental breakfast consists of bread, coffee, croissants, butter, homemade jam, cereals, juice, fruit and yoghurt. Le Prieuré's location makes it an excellent base to discover the region tourist sites, as Sarlat or St Cirq-Lapopie. The A20 Motorway is 8.7 miles from Le Prieuré and there is free parking at the property.
Pros: The location was excellent (although a little hard to find). The previous 2 nights we had stayed in city hotels. This was so remote the children could run free and felt very safe. Edwin the owner was ...
Cons: Breakfast was basic but fine
Pros: Friendly host ate breakfast with us. Accommodating when there was booking confusion (not their error) Lovely little apartment, with great deco. Lots of animals, cats, dogs and horses.
Cons: It was a little cool in the rooms, but in the summer this would be a good thing.
Pros: Beautiful dreamy farm house and surroundings in a convenient location near accessible roads. Lovely helpful owners. Charming goats. Would recommend A+
Pros: The location is fantastic, pure nature, very quiet. The owners are very friendly, the breakfast has everything you need . Perfect spot to go and explore pittoresque villages nearby, nature walks, ...
Pros: Old farmhouse in Countryside setting with friendly welcoming English hosts. Room small but clean and fine for our one night stay. It is recommended that travellers do some research into places to eat...
Cons: It would have been nice to have access to facilities to make a cup of tea or coffee. Unfortunately No hairdryer but hosts did their best to explain why. Again, for one night we managed.
Cons: There was nothing to eat in the evening which was somehow problematic
Pros: Beautiful old Quercy house in lovely peaceful countryside; the pool is brilliant and has wide ranging views of the wooded hills and fields. The room was large,airy and elegantly furnished with a ...
Pros: our stay was relaxing and peaceful. the owners were helpful friendly and good company. the farm was in a lovely location .
Cons: there was nothing we did not like with our stay but you do have to drive to the nearest restaurant.
Pros: Peaceful, quiet and relaxing atmosphere. Very kind and friendly hosts did everything to make me feel welcome. Hope to get back here soon. I wholeheartedly recommend this place.
Pros: Everything. Lovely host, immaculate, great pool with stunning view and a stunningly comfortable bed. One of the best nights sleep I've had in a log time. Really peaceful and handy location. Would ...
When visiting Le Vigan, Domaine de Janis is a great choice to consider. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool and indulge in massages. A terrace and a garden are offered, and rooms get the details right with premium bedding and rainfall showerheads.
Pros: I particularly liked the feel of a typical French village bar-restaurant where when the weather allowed you could sit outside and watch the village life go on, whilst enjoying a glass of wine or a ...
Cons: That we didn't stay long enough to fully explore the surrounding countryside, We were only passing through whilst making a journey to the Balearics.
Pros: Very comfortable beds and good shower. Good quality Food
Cons: Wifi log in could be displayed in room instead of having to go to reception. No Coffee supplied in room
Pros: Beautiful location;lovely breakfast - croissants are perfect.Three single beds, ideal for me and 2 grown children l.
Cons: Room with 3 beds was a little difficult to manoeuvre in; dogs - allowed in rooms and restaurant - watch the meat at breakfast after the dogs have been through!!
Pros: In the middle of a pretty town, location was perfect. Family room was very comfortable and good value for money. The food was excellent both dinner and breakfast. The staff were great helping me out ...
Cons: When it comes to breakfast a lot of hotels in France only charge for the 2 adults, children go for free. We were charge for 1 child. A part from that it was perfect.
Pros: Great hotel! Verry good restaurant.
Pros: Pleasant location, friendly staff, the food was good although the menu included only a small range of choices which might be a problem for a longer stay.
Cons: Intermittent hot water, tiny room. Limited parking spaces.
Pros: Staff seemed friendly
Cons: Some tv channels not working channels 1,2,6 no euro soccer, restaurant expensive, noisy airconditioning, noisy doors to rooms.
Pros: hotel was clean and fresh looking. the staff were very pleasant and helpful. the evening meal was of a very high standard and not overpriced and the breakfast was similarly good with great choice and...
Cons: could do with a towel rail in the bathroom for damp towels
Cons: Blood on side of toilet and floor. No hot water throughout our stay Were told taps and shower had to run for at least 5 minutes before hot water available but however long water ran it was never hot...
Cons: poor water supply / temperature
Enjoy your visit to Labastide-Murat with a stay at Hôtel la Garissade. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge.
Pros: It was a very quiet time of year and I think sometimes I was the only guest, but they made me feel welcome and arranged my meals at a time to suit me.
Cons: We booked a month earlier. Arrived at 4.30 and when we asked what time dinner was, were told if we had not pre-ordered it, we could not eat there. The place is called Bistro de Pays! It was a quiet ...
Bistrot de Pays is located in Saint-Germain-du-Bel-Air, just 9.3 miles from Gourdon and 20.5 miles from Rocamadour. It offers an on-site bar and restaurant, which serves traditional-style dishes only upon in advance reservation. The rooms at Bistrot de Pays feature views of the city and a wardrobe. Each one also has an en suite bathroom, which is complete with free toiletries and a shower. Free public parking is available nearby and Brive-La-Gaillarde is a 1-hour drive away. Other local activities include hiking, mountain biking and horse riding in Gourdon.