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Situated in Saint-Clair, 8 km from Gourdon, Lacoste B&B features an outdoor pool and views of the garden. The property is 34 km from Sarlat-la-Canéda. Free private parking is available on site. Every room includes a flat-screen TV. Certain units feature a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Lacoste B&B features free WiFi. You can engage in various activities, such as cycling and hiking. The bed and breakfast also offers free use of bicycles. Rocamadour is 36 km from Lacoste B&B, while Cahors is 42 km away. Brive Dordogne Valley Airport is 57 km from the property.
Pros: The place was tranquil and rural. The hosts were very welcoming and friendly.
Pros: Large comfortable bed. Beautiful building in a quiet peaceful location.
Cons: Tea and coffee making equipment in the rooms would be a good addition.
With a stay at Manoir la barrière in Le Vigan, you'll be 5 mi (8.1 km) from Grottes de Cougnac and 12.1 mi (19.4 km) from Château de Fénelon. Featured amenities include luggage storage and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The house was brilliant , it was evedent that the owners had taken a lot of care and attention to create a stunning environment.
Cons: Entrance into the courtyard parking was a bit tight but managed it with a bit of manovering .
Pros: we came from the Pech Merle cave especially to manoir la barriere a magnificent place and historical structure strongly recommend
Pros: The property is stunning, well located and quiet. The owner is an easy-going person and always available to help. Our room was a spacious duplex with the typical features of the past. The breakfast was good and had plenty of choice.
Pros: Great host and a relaxing stay in beautiful surroundings.
Pros: We were upgraded foc at end of season . Wonderful duplex character room , stroll to village . So much to see in the beautiful surrounding area.
Pros: Corinne upgraded our accommodation to a suite which was a pleasant surprise.
Cons: The Welcome was friendly and Corinne told us how old the property was.
Pros: It was a amazing stay! Swimming pool, wonderful spacious and confortable bedroom. Loved EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!
Pros: Beautiful room. Lovely host. Great breakfast. Freshly baked cake every day. Fresh fruit. Lovely village 4 places to eat.
Pros: Welcoming hostess,and beautifully restored ancient farmhouse in wonderful grounds.The rooms were very warm and comfortable and beautifully furnished with traditional french furniture.The breakfast was superb with fresh walnuts from the tree in the garden and homemade jams.
When you stay at Domaine de Janis in Le Vigan, you'll be 14 minutes by car from Grottes de Cougnac. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Our dinner and breakfast were superb! Highly recommended!
Located in Le Vigan, Le Moulin De Planiol is within a 15-minute drive of Grottes de Cougnac and Maison du Piage. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Breakfast was excellent and varied with much choice. The hosts were very friendly and helpful and the atmosphere was very relaxed.
Cons: Can't think of anything!
Pros: Fantastic location, and a charming building - hard to imagine anything more French. The booking.com reviews gave us a great idea what to expect, but these don't do it justice. Idyllic location and surroundings, with nature all around you - dogs, cats, chickens, donkeys, and a fantastic vibe of relaxation and happiness. Rooms were great - maybe a little warm for us, but we're Scottish and it was July in France so to be expected. Some road noise as you're right beside the road into the next town, and having the windows open at night to cool the room made this noticeable. The food was fantastic - breakfasts were great, and fun - everyone eats at one long table so you chat away to the other guests, who genuinely became friends over our stay. Take the opportunity to have dinner there too. I guarantee you'll remember it not just because of the very high quality of the food but the company is just fantastic. The hosts, Kurt & Caroline, are wonderful. Friendly, funny, interested and interesting. The fact that the other guests there during our stay have been going there for 20 years speaks volumes. If you're someone who likes to chat with others over breakfast/dinner, you'll love here. It has a really friendly, comfortable vibe from the very start. We were genuinely sorry to leave, even though we were heading to the South of France. Will we be back? Absolutely? Have we already told our friends how amazing this place is? You bet. They're already talking about a block reservation for a number of us to go there for a special celebration. As an added bonus, both Kurt & Caroline ride motorbikes, like we do. A well educated, well travelled, experienced and engaging couple who are perfect hosts.
Pros: Great place to stay - like staying with friends and we will come back.
Pros: Kurt and Caroline were great hosts. The most fun we have had on our vacation. Definitely get dinner there as they are both excellent chefs.
La Métairie des Songes offers a garden and is located in Gourdon-en-quercy, 21 km from Sarlat-la-Canéda and 23 km from Rocamadour. Free private parking is available on site. Each guestroom offers tea/coffee making facilities and has private bathroom with bathrobes and slippers. La Métairie des Songes features free WiFi throughout the property. A breakfast composed of fresh fruit, pastries and savoury dishes is served each morning. Evening 4-course meals cooked by a professional chef can be served upon prior request, at an extra cost. The menu changes daily. Cahors is 31 km from La Métairie des Songes, while Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is 38 km away. Toulouse Blagnac airport is 165 km away and Limoges Bellegarde airport is180 km from the property.
Pros: We enjoyed their wonderful hospitality & his dishes were amazing.
Pros: The food was outstanding; all prepared by Mark a professional chef, whose photos in their website are exactly in line with reality. We stayed 6 nights and ate dinner there every night. Clare, the hostess did a marvellous job, making sure everything went smoothly. The location is ideal, just outside town, with total peace and quiet. The rooms are tastefully decorated with all necessities included, even a hot water bottle for my wife. We can reccommend a stay there, with no doubts , and obviously we plan to return soon, even though we had to come all the way from our home in Chile.
Cons: Having to leave to return home!
Pros: Delightful attentive hosts. V. comfortable beds in large attractive rooms with excellent bathrooms. Meals a delight - beautifully presented with delicious and unexpected touches and a good choice of unusual food.
Pros: What is there not to like. The best place we have ever stayed in in 11 years of travelling in France. 5* cuisine and the whole ambiance is superb.. This place is a gem. Well done Mark & Clare
Pros: From start to finish this was a wonderful experience. As a regular traveller, I have stayed in many B&B's and this one is by far the best. We had a friendly welcome from Mark and Clare. Our room was fabulous! More like a mini suite. A mini fridge stocked with milk and fresh spring water in thermos bottles to keep it cold was just outside the room and tea and coffee making facilities in the room with a nice choice of teas. Ironing facilities are available in the room as well as a hairdryer, huge plus when travelling light. Gowns and slippers are available which is a lovely, luxurious touch. The shower is spacious and great water pressure, nice and relaxing after a long day travelling. We didn't have dinner there but were told by fellow guests that is was 'to die for'. If breakfast is anything to go by, then yes, it would be. Mark and Clare are perfect hosts!
Cons: Nothing I didn't like, if anything at all it would be to maybe have decaf coffee sachets? Really not important though as I'm sure if I wanted some, they would have provided it for me.
Pros: Beautiful rooms. Lovely lounge to use. We enjoyed both breakfast and dinner - and would return just for the quality of the food.
Cons: Can’t think of anything
Pros: We had the best experience ever! Claire and Mark created a miracle place - very comfortable with amazing food in a beautiful peaceful village. They created something better than just a great bed and breakfast experience, I never thought that I can be so happy and enjoy my 5 days stay so much! I am definitely coming back and recommend this place to all my friends
Pros: Beautiful decorated b&b. Excellent food. Mark and Clare give you a warm welcome and do everything to pamper their guests.
Pros: Excellent food and wine at stunningly attractive prices
Cons: Parking, wifi
Pros: france profonde: way off the tourist track but on the chemin st jacques. a superbly restored period house full of character in golden local stone set in tranquil meadows sloping down to deciduous forest. quite beautifully decorated and furnished room. spacious and elegant sitting/dining room with open fire. overall: amazing attention to detail: every possible care has been taken to ensure guests' comfort - for instance large, well-lit bathroom with dressing area, full-length mirror, brilliant shower, robes, etc, etc. but...the high point, added to all this, has to be the food: breakfasts and dinners inventively varied with really imaginative cooking, light in the best sense, every dish visually a work of art with utterly exquisite flavours. to call the metairie a b&b doesn't come close to doing it justice: astonishing value for money. everything was so perfect it seemed almost unreal: we felt utterly spoilt.
Cons: only that we should have stayed for longer and eaten even more dinners in the metairie!
Pros: The location was beautiful and the hosts were very friendly and accommodating. We would thoroughly recommend.
Pros: My second time at La Chêneraie. Came back for friendly hosts and comfortable quiet rooms with good facilities.
Pros: staff couldn't be more helpful, help yourself to cold drinks, beers etc from the fridge any time. excellent breakfast, lovely pool, great views and a veranda on the room
Pros: Nice and different breakfast each morning. Nice start for the day.
Cons: Smell of cooking in the room in the evening.
With a stay at Le Mas de Gramat in Payrac, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Grottes de Lacave and Cougnaguet Flour Mill. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a library, and coffee/tea in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: A beautiful and peaceful location. Our hosts were wonderful and we enjoyed a lovely evening dining with them. Faultless hospitality. Thank you!
Pros: We had such a lovely overnight at the b&b. It was comfortable, welcoming and very homey. We are in fact staying again in a week! Breakfast was lovely and the homemade jams are deeeeelicious.
Pros: The owners were lovely and very helpful. Nothing was too much trouble, even breakfast for a very early start. The smell of fresh cooking was lovely every day. The pool and its view was beautiful.
Moulin de Latreille is a Bed and Breakfast situated in Calès, in front of L'Ouysse River and 17 km from Rocomadour. Every room offer's a river view and a private bathroom.This property also provides guests with a sun terrace.Two of the rooms have a balcony. Featuring free bikes and barbecue facilities, Moulin de Latreille is set in Calès. A range of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including fishing, canoeing and hiking. A continental breakfast is served each morning on the terrace of the property. Sarlat-la-Canéda is 27 km from the accommodation. The nearest airport is Brive Dordogne Valley Airport, 37 km from Moulin de Latreille.
Pros: The surroundings around the mill were very beautiful. The house was beautifully restored. A very serene and restful environment.
Pros: This is an outstanding property, with excellent and knowledgeable hosts. The location is hard to beat.
Pros: The owners Fi and Giles were lovely hosts. The mill was fabulous and the grounds outstanding with a private river and private meadow. Extremely tranquil with staggering views. our two dogs loved the freedom and we enjoyed not having to worry about cars, bikes and joggers appearing from no where. Breakfast was delightful - cereal, fruit, yoghurt, jams, bread and croissants as well as tea, coffee and orange juice. What more would anyone want! We were very spoiled.
Cons: Absolutely nothing it was perfect- paradise on earth
Pros: Everything!! It’s was absolutely beautiful.
Cons: I loved it all
Pros: This was our all time ideal stopover; we needed 36 hours to forget the driving on our way up through France. Fi, Giles, Shadow and Chilly achieved that for us - Moulin LaTreille combines total comfort, getting off the beaten track, and a complete immersion in nature and local history! We´re trying to work out how to get back there as soon as possible
Pros: Staying at the Moulin de Latreille felt like staying at home (in the best sense possible)! The house is gorgeous, as are the surroundings: a river running through the property, impeccable decoration and the smell of fresh bread in the morning. The perfect combination of a house you would see featured in a magazine and a homey stay with friends. If you think the place might be a bit remote, trust me, it is worth it and close enough to everything you could need or want. We wouldn't dream of staying anywhere else than here when in the area!
Cons: I honestly cannot think of a thing I did not like about our stay. Well, except having to leave!
Pros: A magical and unique place, with wonderful hosts.
Pros: Wonderful position, secluded and unique. Fiona is a very charming owner and the perception is to be guest of an English family, not to be in a b&b. Surely recommended.
Cons: Two quick suggestions to Fiona . Move from continental to English breakfast with eggs, bacon, cheese : people expect it from an English family. Besides during our stay it was very hot during the night and especially in the big bedroom probably a ceiling fan is better.
Pros: This is the best place I have ever stayed, and I have stayed all over the world in all sorts of places. EVERYTHING is beautiful: the amazing and historic restored building; the exquisite grounds teeming with wildlife (kingfishers, herons, hoopoes, otters, frogs, trout, to name but a few); the spacious and super-stylishly decorated rooms with their top-notch bedding, comfy bed, gorgeous bathroom gear and all human needs anticipated; and the exceptionally hospitable hosts -- especially Fiona's amazing way of offering help with everything from dinner reservations to advice on local attractions to an extra hair dryer while not interrupting in any way. Best of all is the feeling you actual inhabit this amazing place for the time you are there, a feeling made possible through the tone set by the hosts who invite easy and open use of the spectacular terrace, proper canoe, river swimming spots, meadow, hammocks and gorgeous living room ... where we came home to a fire lit for us each evening after supper, which was incredibly relaxing. Finally, it's worth mentioning the breakfast too, which is fresh, nourishing and delicious, with most excellent-quality tea and coffee on constant offer. It is a truly remarkable place with truly remarkable hosts.
Cons: There was nothing at all that we did not like -- the place is perfect.
With a stay at Hostellerie de la Bouriane in Gourdon, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Grottes de Cougnac and Maison du Piage. Featured amenities include a library and an elevator. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Service was extremely helpful and friendly. Dinner was superb. Have visited before and loved it and was not disappointed this time. Have recommended le Bouriane to family and friends in the past and would do so again.
Cons: Decent shower please
Pros: We have stayed here before and have eaten in the restaurant a number of times. Food is classical French and very well done. Service is impeccable.
Pros: A splendid family-run hotel with very high standards. To its great credit, it avoids silly modern designs and unnecessary frippery. The menu is excellent, with very high quality food. The wine list is superb. The location is within 150 metres of the very well-preserved medieval to 18thC town centre. Service is fine: personal but unobtrusive.
Cons: Only one thing- the use of plastic undersheets. It spoils a good night's sleep with overheating and sweatiness. The service at dinner was good, but very slow - it took from 7:45 to 11 pm to eat 3 courses, so the rythmn of the meal was quite spoiled. Perhaps some staff were missing that evening?
Pros: The owner is so friendly and efficient and professional all rolled up into one.
Pros: This is a wonderful Hotel. Monsieur le Patron is so helpful and the dinner was great.
Pros: Outstanding traditional French high quality family run hotel with service and Food / wine to match.
Cons: One of our party is very tall and would have preferred a longer bed.
Pros: Very nice hosts - room was clean.
Cons: No guard rail round the roof terrace, but as this was not used not an issue.
Pros: Lots of thought about the decor and garden. Pradip and Alec were excellent hosts throughout and were able to give us invaluable tips when we were going out and about. Breakfast was good, particularly enjoyed the croissants. If visited the area in the future would go back again
Cons: Rooms were hot.
Pros: The management was warm, offering us tea and biscuits on arrival, wonderful, engaging and thoughtful. They covered every option and made our stay so much more than an overnight on a long joury. The room was beautifully decorated with quality art work. The swimming pool was clean and relaxing. The breakfast was super. We saw inside all the rooms and can warmly recommended all rooms and apartments. We look forward to visiting again on a Friday night when the village bar/restaurant will be open.
Cons: No changes needed - it's a winning formula.
Pros: The owners were extremely nice and helpful. They shared information regarding the local sights, where to go and what to see etc.
Located in Anglars-Nozac, Auberge du Relais d'Auniac is in a rural location, a 3-minute drive from Maison du Piage and 8 minutes from Grottes de Cougnac. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We went to visit friends nearby and it was only 5kms down the road. Breakfast was good.
With a stay at Logis Hôtel La Promenade in Gourdon, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Grottes de Cougnac and Maison du Piage. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The hotel is a little dated and facilities limited.
Pros: Good location for local restaurants etc.
Cons: A few parts of the hotel and bar look a little tired.
Pros: The breakfast was good and it was fun to eat outside in the arbor.
Cons: ceiling fans inside and out to help move the oppressive heat air.
Pros: Great location...
Cons: Too many flies in the restaurant
Pros: Our host was welcoming, cheerful and friendly . The bed linen was clean and crisp and we had extra towels and pillows The dinner was delicious, generous and served on the terrace with a good choice of wines
Cons: Liked everything
Pros: Welcoming and helpful friendly
Cons: The main room was a bit old-fashioned and dated.
Pros: Gourdon is a small town with not a lot of options. I was leading an art group and suggested they stay at this hotel after taking a train from Paris (5.5 hours). This is the closest hotel I noticed to the train station but it is still quite an uphill walk--no taxis. The hotel has a sidewalk cafe where our group had lunch--the meat was tough but the rest of the meal was good and our young server was very kind and friendly--even tried to learn some English as we ordered. Breakfast was continental and had yogurt, bread/toast, jam, tea/coffee. The view from our room was the WWII monument and an open space, so very nice. Room had coffee and tea for making yourself and bottled water. Walking about Gourdon is pleasant and the church at the top of the hill is well worth the short walk and further on upwards is a lovely viewpoint of the valley below. Shopkeepers were very kind and friendly.
Cons: The bed was hard and low. I wrote several times but none of my questions were answered by the hotel in regards to directions, taxi, whatever to arrive from train station to hotel. My husband and I arrived at 10:40pm (July) and it is dark and hard to read signs at that hour. I would heartily suggest arriving during daylight hours.
Pros: The hotel was well placed for a one night stay in Gordon nice seating area outside the staff were very pleasant the bar was a bit dated but very french which we liked in all very good value for money.