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Located in Saint-Jean-de-Laur, Au Couvent is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Ferme Equestre Chez Valdine and Maison des Arts Georges Pompidou. Featured amenities include limo/town car service, express check-in, and express check-out. For a surcharge, guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and a train station pick-up service.
Pros: The welcome, the rooms , the food, our hosts, the location.
Cons: Nothing. For perfection bacon and eggs for breakfast please!
Pros: Absolutely fantastic, we will be back one day
Pros: The hosts, Roland and Evelyn were so welcoming and it was a pleasure to share their home with them for just a few days. They will do everything possible to make your stay enjoyable. Their home is amazing with wonderful decor. They both produce pottery and artwork which you will want to buy. Lovely home made food. It’s like staying with relatives you have not seen for a while.
Cons: Waving goodbye after out wonderful few days.
Pros: wonderful welcome.nothing a hassle. room great and so quiet a real gem.anyone who comes here will love their time here. and what an interesting couple are Roland and Evelyn. Make sure to look ar their art work of many types.
Pros: Food provided for evening meal and breakfast super!
Pros: We thoroughly enjoyed the hospitality and shared dining at le couvent. The pool and terrace were just perfect for a relaxing stay. Clean and appealing rooms.
Cons: Nothing we didn't like.
Set on the banks of the River Lot and a 15-minute drive from Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, this hotel is in Cajarc, within the Causses du Quercy Regional Park. It offers a 1-hectare tree-lined park and you can relax by the outdoor swimming pool with a drink from the bar. An LCD TV with satellite channels is provided in the guest rooms, which feature an elegant decoration. Some of the rooms feature a terrace, and the private bathrooms include a hairdryer. A continental breakfast is prepared every morning at the Cajarc Blue Hotel. The hotel’s restaurant offers traditional cuisine with a modern twist, prepared with local, fresh produce. Guests can enjoy the spa, wellness facilities and fitness room on site. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property. Leisure activities include cycling around this medieval village. Guests can go water skiing and wakeboarding in the River Lot and free private parking is available on site.
Pros: We stayed here for two days on our way further south. The hotel has been refurbished and is light, spacious and modern with stylish decor and artworks around the place, and a small library. It is in a picturesque setting with the hills behind and has attractive grounds and a nice pool, which I had to myself most of the time (despite being in July), swimming before other guests arrived. Relaxing hammocks in the gardens. We had a room with a balcony; it was very comfortable with good air conditioning. Staff were welcoming and helpful, dinners were particularly good, eaten outside on the attractive terrace, and breakfast was good too. An easy walk down the road to the centre of Cajarc, a pretty and historic small town on the River Lot.
Cons: Nothing really.
Pros: Very nice little resort in a beautiful surrounding. We stayed only one night, but it looked really inviting to spend several days there. The breakfast was fantastic! The staff was extremely helpful and friendly.
Cons: Stayed 2 nights loved it!
Pros: Loved the 70s style of the hotel, open, airy, great spaces. We had 2 busy days so didn’t use the pool but it looked great. Really enjoyed dinner both evenings and breakfast was great too. Bed very comfortable, great air conditioning just to cool the room for an hour. Great location just off town centre, quiet plus easy parking.
Pros: The hotel is delightfully situated, is modern and exhibits some very interesting art. Beautiful gardens surround a lovely swimming pool. The dinner we had was excellent.
Pros: This is a modern hotel with great facilities but we were there at the end of the season. It would be a fantastic place to stay in summer with the pool and other facilities. As our party were the only guests, it lacks a bit of buzz, but the staff were helpful and the rooms were super comfortable with spacious balconies.
Cons: It felt very end of season , but that’s not the hotels fault.
Pros: Fantastic food. Really nice staff. Great location. Fun decor.
Cons: Bathroom was a little tired. Heaters hard to work
Located in Cajarc, Hôtel-Gîte La Peyrade is in a regional park, a 1-minute drive from Maison des Arts Georges Pompidou and 10 minutes from Ferme Equestre Chez Valdine. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We were walking the GR65 and arrived early after a very hot day. Most obliging to allow us in to our room before check in. Hot tub a plus
Pros: Very nice hosts!
Pros: The staff were excellent. Very helpful with washing and drying our clothes. Spacious, clean room. Great evening meal. Excellent value for money. I would highly recommend particularly for anyone walking the Camino. Great position on the path.
Pros: Large room
Cons: No air con
Pros: Was a wonderful Camino stop. Loved the food, pool, large room and the owners
Pros: Very friendly owners, good breakfast, great dinner, easy 3 or 4 minute walk into the town centre. Very clean , very comfortable.
Cons: Nothing, we’d happily stay again if near the area
This charming hotel-restaurant is located in Cajarc, facing the Lot river, halfway between Figeac and Villefranche-de-Rouergue. Free Wi-Fi is provided. At L'auberge du Pont you will find a terrace and a bar serving drinks and snacks. Retaining its familiar atmosphere and authentic character, L'Auberge du Pont it offers simple and functional rooms, most with shared bathrooms. The air-conditioned restaurant offers traditional and regional cuisine made of hearty tasty and simple dishes with fresh local produces. A continental breakfast with bread, jams, juice and pastries is served daily. Kayak and fishing are popular activities in the area. The property offers free parking. Figeac's Train Station is at 25 km, while Toulouse Airport is at 120 km.
Pros: Great cafe au lait. Near the river. Fairly priced
Cons: Our room was on street side of busy narrow road to / from major bridge so very noisy even with windows and shutters closed. Toilet space too small. Could not access room till 1800hr
Pros: Helpful amiable hosts. Quiet location. Basic but value for money.
Cons: Glass shower cubicle in the actual bedroom a bit of a surprise !
Pros: 1. Price was oke. The price is low. ( But the room is corresponding. )
Cons: 1. Unfriendly owner who wanted to have payed immediatly. He didn't come until 6 p.m. I was there at 5 p.m. after walking 33 km. I experienced little understanding!! 2. Little room without a window that could not be opened. 3. The owner was gossiping with a customer about why payment had to be made immediatly. That was wrong.
Cons: Late check-in (after walking for 5 hours I had to wait another 1.5 hours before i could check-in)
Pros: Good price
Cons: Shower open in the room.
Pros: The location was lovely and the proprietor was welcoming. Our room was very basic with the shower actually IN the bedroom...a bit quirky and I thought it might make the room damp. The breakfast was fine but sadly the restaurant was closed on a Tuesday evening.
Cons: No frills on offer...eg tv, hair dryer...amd we assumed the restaurant would be open mid week.
Located in Vailhourles, Le Moulin à Huile is in the suburbs, within a 15-minute drive of Loc Dieu Abbey and Chapelle des Penitents-Noirs. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very atypical place to stay, but so cosy and fun. Great hosts, great food and amazing building
Pros: The hosts were so welcoming and nothng was too much trouble, will definitely visit again, the area was very beautiful and a lot of places to visit, the village itself was very pretty and worth the walk around itl Good base for siteseeing
Pros: Like going back in time. If you are looking for 5 stars dont bother. If you are after authentic French experience then this is the place. Chantal and Paul were brilliant hosts. The only issue was they have no credit card facility- cash only
Cons: Credit card facility
Pros: The host! The history of the house. It was all great!
Pros: Lovely place, great room, good food very friendly owners.
Cons: The wifi didn't work, but that didn't really matter.
Pros: Excellent hospitality and friendly host
Pros: despite the language barrier we were able to communicate with the french owners. my wife knows a little french. Chantal and Paul cooked us a fabulous roast chicken with risotto and baked tomatoes au gratin. delicieux. homemade apple pie and yummy cheeses for dessert. better than any restaurant could offer! our room was tres spectaculaire. the bed was huge and luxuriously comfy. the new shower with the massage jets was another incredible example of how the owners go that extra mile to make their guests feel special. we would definitely go out of our way to return here again !
Cons: the wifi did not extend to our room. fortunately we carry a tp-link extender and coupled with their tether app on our phone we were able to pair with their router. Chantal and Paul took pictures of our system and i wouldnt put it past them to go and try and find a similar product. as i mentioned they strive to find perfection for their guests. they are incredible
Pros: Very friendly hosting couple.
Located in Frontenac, Le Hameau du Quercy is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Chateau de Larroque-Toirac and Place Carnot. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Excellent wifi. Perfectly quiet. Charming hostess. Petit dejeuner mostly made by hand. Beautiful walks nearby. Car needed of course. Splendid bed. No TV in my gite which I love! Beautifully designed property. Very bio property so bring your own shampoo and soap although a very nice one soap fits all is available. Very clean. Enjoy the Lot!
Cons: I'm a discriminating and experienced traveler and can recommend Le Hameau du Quercy unequivocally.
Pros: the environment was beautiful and our host was lovely. it was like arriving at an oasis! truly perfect
Located in Calvignac, Mas de Garrigue is in a rural location, within a 10-minute drive of Ferme Equestre Chez Valdine and Maison des Arts Georges Pompidou. Free valet parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very peaceful environment lovely hosts
Pros: Wonderful Mas in a splendid surroundings great hosts!
Pros: Very quiet and relaxing. Easy to find and plenty of parking.
Pros: Amazing hosts . Brilliant
Pros: Very friendly hosts who have really good tips on what do do and where to eat in the area. The room was large, comfortable and really nice.
Cons: Nothing. It was pretty perfect.
Pros: Excellent house, hosts, location.
Offering multiple terraces and a view over the valley, very quiet and surrounded by nature, Chambres d’hôtes Pech Blanc is situated on the limestone plateau near Calvignac, 15 km from Saint Cirq Lapopie, and 20 km from Pech Merle Cave. Free private parking is available on site as well as free WiFi. Chambres d'hôtes Pech Blanc offers spacious rooms with a private bathroom, a sitting area, a TV, and facilities to make coffee/tea. It also provides a shared lounge with a fireplace where breakfast is served, and some days evening meals can be shared at the owner's table upon prior reservation. Guests can enjoy various activities in the surroundings, including hiking, and horse riding. Cahors is 27 km from Chambres d'hôtes Pech Blanc, while Rocamadour is 55 km away.
Pros: T'he Sky, amazing to ser stars, via làctia,.. The charming of Marie José and Wouer Nice house and rooms
Pros: What a fantastic location, the Dutch couple who owned the property are so friendly and helpful, this is a beautiful renovated farm!
Pros: Beautifully located, nature, quiet and great outside place to sit an chill.
Cons: All good.
Pros: Perfect and lovely hosts. There you have your peaceful week end or holidays. The place is so quiet and relaxing. This is a 10/10 :)
Pros: There was a very warm welcome when we arrived and also our dog was made to feel at home. A lovely meal was prepared for us and we all sat and chatted with the other guests. Breakfast was also lovely with fresh croissants, coffee and cooked eggs every morning.
Pros: Great hosts, great room, lovely buildings, great dinner, lovely dogs .... lovely.
Cons: It is rather a long way from anywhere, which might be a drag on the nights they are not providing dinner. We were lucky, and had a lovely evening.
The Maisons de Marie is in Andressac district 2 km from Cajarc. It offers fully-equipped houses in the Midi Pyrennes region, each with a private swimming pool and a large garden. All houses have a kitchen and several en suite bathrooms. They feature a TV, a dining-room and barbecue facilities.Guests can relax by the fireplace or lie on the deckchairs, on the pool terrace. Many activities are available in the area, including hiking, canoeing, waterskiing and horseback riding. Some houses are located only 800 metres from the Lot river, where guests can go swimming and fishing. The Maisons de Marie is easily accessible via the D19 and the N122, and free private parking is available on site.
Located 2.5 km from Limogne-en-Quercy, 47 km from Rocamadour and 16 km from St Cirq Lapopie, classified Plus Beau Village de France, La Hulotte is a short walk from the Camino de Santiago hiking trail. It features free WiFi access and free private parking and. You will find a coffee machine in the room. All rooms have a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer. You will find a shared kitchen at the property. Dinners are available upon reservation. A range of activities are offered in the area, such as cycling and hiking. Cahors is 30 km from La Hulotte, while Figeac is 30 km from the property. The nearest airport is Brive Dordogne Valley Airport, 88 km from the property.
Pros: We stayed here on day 17 of our walk along the Camino. It had been a long and hot walk. This little place turned out to be a real oasis. We arrived at 2 and the owner did everything he could to make us welcome. Unlike many small places along the GR 65, we did not have to wait to get into our room. And while there was no lunch available, our lovely host brought us a slice of homemade cake and home-grown tomatoes to eat! And these were the best tomatoes I have ever eaten. We also picked plums, figs and grapes from the garden. That alone would have been enough to make this stay memorable. But Lionel (our host) also went out of his way to make sure that we had breakfast available at 6 a.m so that we could get out early to beat the heat of the day. Beautifully renovated property and delightful hosts.
Cons: Nothing much we didn’t like about the place.
Pros: My dinner was lovely
Cons: Can't think of anything
Pros: 1. The owner was really friendly. 2. It is nice to relax outside. There are loungechairs and it was lovely to sit there. 3. Breakfast was very reasonable. 4. Everything was clean.
Cons: 1. Is not on the G65 hiking route. ( 2,5 km from the direction.) 2. Diner was available for 19 euros. That was out of proportion!!
Pros: A beautiful conversion of an old French barn so the rooms were full of character. Lovely private garden area for sitting in. You could self cater but we had a great evening meal and breakfast made for us. The host keeps good wine at a reasonable price.
Cons: Nothing to dislike
Pros: Friendly greeting by owner. Food was excellent and service very good. I left early so they put coffee machine on timer for me and left told me where i could find breakfast things (Orange Juice, Yoghurt, Jams etc)
Pros: Beautiful accommodation and you were both lovely. We appreciated being picked up because we arrived by bus. Neither of us has a sweet tooth so cake and muesli with chocolate was not a great option for breakfast.. A croissant or some cheese or yoghurt and fruit would have been great. Evening meal good. I will return! Kind regards Jo Charlton-Kelly
Cons: See above
Pros: Good food
Pros: This property is exceptional!! Every detail has been thought of and provided. The space itself is amazing...a renovated building which the owners have created with taste and artistry. Claudine and Lionel were so accommodating. The meal they cooked us was simply delicious also. We highly recommend this to all travelers!!
Cons: Not a thing!