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Although our room was small it had all the elements and opened on to the lovely garden. We liked the understated luxurious French country house atmosphere - the gourmet restaurant with good wine list and excellent service - the restaurant has only one Michelin star - a gross oversight in our opinion - a second is certainly deserved especially for the tasting menu with wine. The friendly and helpfull staff and general attention to detail in a professional but relaxed way. Although not a budget option no visit to the Dordogne would be complete without at least one night here! We are already planning our next visit! We wouldn't change a thing!
The staff at Le Vieux Logis was incredible! They were SO customer service oriented and met our every need. The little town of Tremolat was very charming. There was nothing we did not like.
Excellent staff, excellent food, beautiful gardens and rooms
The atmosphere, the gardens, the relationship between the inside (room,lounge) and the outside (garden and courtyard).
The food was wonderful. The staff were very helpful. The hotel and gardens were delightful.
I loved everything. The service, friendliness, food, rooms, comfort, pool were all great
The grounds and location of this property are very beautiful. It is a good location to explore the Perigord area. The resteraunt and bistro serve very good food.
We liked everything about the hotel: brilliant friendly staff; lovely food and wine [we had the menu gastronomique]; excellent room; most attractive setting, lovely grounds in an interesting village.
The staff were super helpful and friendly, and the restaurant was wonderful. Nothing
the servis was excellent the room we stayed in would benefit from a bit more illumination inside
Nice views, pleasant meal would have preferred restaurant to be open later (9.30 finish)
not a lot! Nice view? No heating at all - room was freezing overnight. Restaurant (one of the reasons we had booked there as it is miles from anywhere) was closed.1/2 board was offered but at a specific time and no choice of food & high cost. No showergel/shampoo provided(again not a problem if you know in advance - but no shops within miles!)Carpet filthy, bed uncomfortable. Only saw 1 woman in charge (charming though she was) and not anyone at all in the evening to ask for anything - eg heat! Probably a super place in the summer - but hungry & freezing I could not find any redeeming features. Probably the worst choice I have ever made for hotel rooms!
It was out in the country with a swimming pool which my sons enjoyed and there was easy access to the Dordogne
The owners were very helpful, especially with regard to our 2 dogs and cat. The room had a small gated courtyard - most unusual and a very welcome facility for dogs. We would thoroughly recommend anyone with dogs or cats to stay in this hotel. The proprietors obviously were very pet friendly and this point should be advertised ,as such a good all round hotel which is also pet friendly is rare! No we loved this hotel and would recommend it.
This is an excellent hotel and we really enjoyed it.the view from our room was stunning,the couple running the hotel went out of their way to please,the facilities were top class including the swimming pool and the food excellent. None.
The view It was a little bit run down
Value for money, friendly couple running it Limited breakfast, no stand up shower/only bathtub in quad
the position was excellent with fantastic views The smell of dogs on entering the hotel reception and the very shabby carpet in the bedrooms.
The location. The friendliness of the hotel director. Parking on site. The delicious breakfast. The room heater didn't extend well to the bathroom, making for a chilly bath time the next morning.
It is a good countryside hotel...The owners are nice people...
The staff was excellent, from the reception to the restaurant servers to the lounge/bar attendants and housekeeping. They could not have been more helpful and accommodating. The location on the river is fabulous, and the proximity to restaurants, the marché en plein air, the boulangeries and the delights of the Vézère Valley are exceptional. Definitely request a room overlooking the river. The roof top terrasse was spectacular at sunset. The rooms could use some updating, but everything was clean and in working order. All non-smoking rooms would be an advantage. If you're not used to traveling outside the US, you may not be as pleased with this hotel as we were.
Its location is quite good. The village is nice, but specially due to its surroundings: the river, the villages of the region,... The personal was nice and the swimmingpool is great. We ate in its restaurant, and the meal was good. The worst thing is our case was the bed: they should be urgently changed. It is an old-fashion hotel, but somehow charming at the sametime...
the location is very good, the staff friendly and helpful, we did not like the standard of comfort this is not 3star quality. the rooms are basic decor poor in need of refurbishment, menu lacks imagination
location superb Standard of service only adequate, certain areas grubby and badly in need of refurbishment. O.K. for a one night stop-over which is a shame as Le Bugue is an ideal base for visiting the area and the hotel could be a wonderful attraction
Friendly staff, and the view from the room was fantastic. The rooms were nice, and spacious.
Position in the city and surrounding area (lot of sites to visit by car: caves, castles etc)
We were made extremely welcome in this very family orientated hotel.
Very pleasant, helpful staff who had a cheerful attitude with customers and each other. Very well located
The staff couldn't of been anymore friendly or helpfull ! The rooms are big and spacious and the view was beautiful (we booked a river view room) Although the rooms are big and spacious it was far too warm, there isn't any airconditioning and it's a must in France in August!!!!
La Métairie is a charming hotel in a lovely setting. We enjoyed the small, intimate feeling and welcoming hospitality. The food was fantastic. I booked a twin room and in booking sought assurances that there were indeed two beds in the room. However when we arrived we were given a double room and told that as they were full there was nothing that could be done about it. It was disappointing and out of keeping with the rest of our stay that there was little by way of apology or offer of discount.
The food was excellent and the staff were friendly and very efficient. Lovely pool and grounds but no real view.
Fantastic relaxing hotel, Immaculate service>
Upon arrival we were greeted by the charming receptionist who directed us to our room. The first impression was lasting. The staff, particularly Florence were enchanting and made our stay of 7 nights memorable.
The welcome, the service and friendliness of staff and the overall cleanliness of the hotel; quality of the food
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 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.
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.
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.
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 country side are quite and comfortable. not so convenience in the neighborhood
Where to start. Spotlessly clean, very well appointed, central to all the goodies that the region has to offer. The best cuisine for miles at affordable prices, pleasently served and in good ambiance. I would recommend to all and sundry, although the restaurant is not for a young family. Watch out for your hosts, they are a captivating couple, with simlpe English, but a joy to be with and the type you instantly warm to. Sitting right on the river, just outside of Lalinde the location is perfect for easy access to Sarlat, Perigord and Berjerac with all the medival hamlets, towns and villages, the most spectacular caves, landscapes and scenery, chateaus and castles, or just enjoy the finest cuisine you could hope for. Not a long enough stay.
This hotel came up to our expectations. It was clean and I think had recently been refurbished. no pool
Family run by an absolutely charming couple. They made our stay a delight. The food is excellent too. The village has few amenities. There is nowhere else on foot to eat or drink. Not a problem for a short stay as eating in is a must!
Côte Rivage is the most romantic hotel I have ever visited. It is situated on the Dordogne riverside in a charming small village. The hotel is elegantly decorated and the rooms are spacious and comfortable. Our room had a balcony with a beautiful view of the river. The staff is very friendly and helpful, especially the nice lady at the reception. She even gave us a little present when we were leaving. In the evening we had a nice meal at the restaurant, and breakfast was also good.
Very good room with balcony and view over River Dordogne and hotel in a very peaceful location. Only one menu which we thought was overpriced, so not ideal for our stay of 5 nights. Relatively isolated location meant that a journey was required for variety.
Freindly and helpful staff. English speaking manager. Very good location, both locally and for trweling in the area. Food in the restaurant was a culinary achievement. A recommended choice for staying a few days in the Dordogne area.
Nice family-run hotel. We particularly enjoyed the mannerly dog next door at dinner every evening. No lift. Our room on the top floor was a long climb with heavy suitcases.
good value, good location
Charming, well-located small hotel with an excellent restaurant. Christophe will make you special dinners for the regular cost. He also speaks English very well and is anxious to help. Hotel is very close to aquarium and other attractions for kids.
Staff were extremely friendly and the rooms were very clean. The hotel was warm.
Hotel staff were always so eager to please would have liked the star rating to have appeared on the website
The location of the Hotel and friendliness of the staff. Not really
excellent staff and service
Very friendly, excellent food, excellent value. Highly recommended.
Excellent restaurant/food No lift (acsender)
The staff was very friendly and flexible. We arrived around 02:00 am and that was no problem, they also left the breakfast longer to let the kids sleep longer. It was not too clean. There were hairs in the bathroom and shower that did not belong to us.
Convenient for my work meetings. I asked for a quite room and ended with a very noisy room above the bar and on the main street. I had to work in the evening and the broadband in the room as advertised by the hotel was not available. There was an internet cafe which was totally unsuitable for confidential work. A disappointment as this was one of the main reasons I chose this hotel.
Pleasant staff Nothing bad about the hotel but some of the guests there were noisy early mornngs - (guests banging doors etc and noisy water systems from toilets etc in other rooms)
Everyone was very friendly and helpful, the bed was comfortable and I just relaxed!
convenient and value for money it was basic
Located in the centre of Le Bugue. Very basic room, common areas badly lit
Hotel was in a lovely old building right in the centre of Le Bugue, so we were able to go for an enjoyable walk in the evening. Had to wait a while before staff stopped at the desk so that we could check in. Were told we could park outside but not that we needed a parking disk as the hotel was in a blue disk area and so we had to move the car. Then we found out that the hotel had the blue disks but had not offered this information.