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the staff were very friendly and helpful. food was excellent. located on the river, very nice village setting.
This stay was a delightful experience with staff that are very cheerful and hard working. The restaurant service was amazing with cuisine deserving of every recognition. Francoise is an accomplished proprietor . Try to improve the quality of wifi stability.
We were made extremely welcome at reception by the owner who spoke excellent English. We had booked a superior double room but were upgraded to a suite which occupied the top two floors of the tower (the hotel is a castle overlooking the Dordogne river) and was absolutely amazing. There was a lovely vine covered terrace for afternoon drinks and aperatifs. The restaurant was excellent with a wide choice of set menus very reasonably priced. The meal was excellent - beautifully cooked and presented. We will definately stay again and would recommend the hotel.
I loved the hotel. A real castle and outstanding views. Good location near Rocamadour and Gouffre de Piradac. Canoes to rent for a river that runs right past the hotel. Beautiful! Restored with all the character. The Hostess was rude to us. If you dont speak French well you may find dinner difficult... delicious but difficult.
A very relaxing place to stay en route and eat well at good vlaue price Beautiful river but too mnay campsites!
The food both at dinner and breakfast.the friendly staff. the hotel location
very good restaurant and beautiful location
The restaurant,location,space in the room
very comfortable, fantastic location, relaxing, superb food nothing, the owner's put all their time to making the guest's stay special and unforgettable
Lovely room (number 17), restaurant and views. Very interesting building and village. Lots of charm and character. Very convenient for Rocamadour. Mme Liebus went to a lot of trouble to return some items we left in the room - typical of the personal and professional service she provided throughout. The road out front can be a bit noisy at times, but worth putting up with for the river views.
The location was excellent and the hotel was well appointed and charming. The staff were very helpful and looked after us faultlessly.We would recommend the hotel to our friends.
We were made very welcome by the owners and were most impressed with the decor and quality of the fixtures and fittings. It really was one of the loveliest hotels we have stayed in all around the world (and that includes 5* hotels in Asia). I loved everything but perhaps if there is one thing I think it would be that children should only have to pay half price for the breakfast.
We thought that this hotel and the town of soulliac in general were beautiful, we will be going back again. thought the market was fantastic as well. no
Charming hotel runs by lovly owner, and having breakfast is recommended.
Beautiful, characterful old building in heart of charming town. Friendly, no-fuss welcome from helpful owner. Excellent stopover en route to south of France.
Excellent location, friendly staff, rooms exactly as shown on web site.
The hotel is situated on an excellent location. The staff is helpful and friendly, the rooms are comfortable and clean.
Excellent place for exploring Dordogne in the heart of Souillac. Nice people, quiet place. Facilities are old fashion and not comfortable.
We were made very welcome and enjoyed out stay. Could do with some redocoration, to freshen up the decor.
Central location. Friendly, helpful staff. Room on small size but adequate.
The hotel reception staff couldn't have been more helpfull The hotel room we were allocated was very old and had damp patches in the corner of the rooms there was only one small window and all of the walls and ceiling were covered in a green flowerey wallpaper making it very dark and dingy, the bathroom was clean but with a green suite, blue tiles and a red and yelow/ blue floor - we were on the 3rd floor.
We found the hotel staff to be very friendly and welcoming.They were happy to answer any questions we had about the area and stop and talk to us about our day.The room was very clean and tidy.The hotel was in a good position in Souillac town close to all amenities and exploring the Dordogne.Our room had air conditioning which was essential during the heat we experienced.
We can thoroughly recommend this hotel to anyone who is looking for somewhere to use as a base to explore the region. The hotelier Fabienne speaks excellent English, and you can be sure of having a very friendly welcome and comfortable stay.
Quiet. The lock...
Rooms basic but clean and tidy. Has a swimming pool which is great. Charming lady owner. Have used twice now and will do so again next year.
Very helpful and friendly owner offered whatever help we needed. Good pool. Close to town for restaurant, Comfortable accommodation. Excellent croissants.Local info available in reception. Traffic noise from adjacent roundabout. Breakfast just lacked cheeses/meats..
Friendly reception. English spoken well. Close parking Room was a little tired looking
Friendliness and hospitality of the owner, private pool.
I liked the location of this Hotel, the garages to park our motorcycles in and the swimming pool to cool down in. It is easy to find and the reception we received was perfect. Fabienne could not do enough for us, breakfast was very good by French standards, and it is an easy walk into the town for an evening. I will definitely stay here again as there is more I wish to see in this area.
Incredible service from the owner,Fabienne when we had serious rental car problems. She took over and handled everything for us. Her little hotel was lovely, but she is the star. We have never had better service anywhere we have travelled. Her hotel is near Sarlet - which is as beautiful and historic as France can be.
Very friendly hostess, beautiful old house, private parking, and big nice bernese mountain dog Yubar.
It was very accommodating and the proprietor was welcoming and informative. It was handy for the station and a train trip to Cahors.
Well managed and very clean. We had an excellent view.
the curtains let the sunshine in and at 7am it was daylight in the room. Check-out a bit early.
After reading about the hotel in Australia we decided to spend a night there ane have a degustation dinner. Ttel was very clean excellent service and room that was beautiful and well maintained. We had the menu the "Belcastel" menu and asked the somnellier to select our wine. The meal was by far the best selection of foods and tastes we have experienced in France. The wine compted the food perfectly. All i all the experience at the hotel was superb.
Beautiful hotel lovely location restaurant excellent expensive but worth the extra
Food is exceptional and ambience is terrific. The location is ideal for a 'getaway'. This family run business is very welcoming. You pay for the quality. This is not a criticism but guests should be aware.
Very nice room and fantastic food. Extremelly quiet at night. Very nice gardens and swimming pool.
the evening meal at the restaurant
A fantastic hotel, beautifully decorated rooms, excellent service, stunning surroundings and food to die for...albeit abit pricey.
Very pretty location. Not very welcoming.
Evening meal very good, and we had a very helpful and attentive evening waitor Drop outs hanging about the weir/bridge area,and would not liked to have ventured out at night, noisy from creaking stairs, noisy from the street traffic
The staff was kind and did a good work to make the stay as nice as posible. The food was a little to much "gourmet".
Friendly staff Ancient French shower
Staff very helpful and welcoming. location very good The bar closed early in the evening. No tea or coffee making facilities or hairdryer in the room
The hotel is in a excellent location in a lovely village. The rooms were very clean the pool was excellent. The staff were friendly. We had dinner in the hotel but it was not good value. We did not have breadfast in the hotel as we felt 7.50 a head was expensive when you could go down the road to the other restaurant/bar and have a breakfast for 4 euro a head.
wifi does not work in every rooms. wifi does not work in every rooms
We were able to see a number of the caves in the area from this location. This hotel is a pub/hotel in a small town. It also has a nice small outdoor pool. We were in a room with a balcony on the second floor that was completely unsafe for small children. The railing is not designed for children. A child could easily fall through it to a cement deck 3 stories below.