The staff are exceptional and the cuisine a surprise with outdoor dining a delight. The hotel location is ideal for sight seeing in the area. The hotel is within a small cosy historic village on a quiet section of the river. Sleep came easily in this very high class offer - in terms of value for money - such a high quality offer comes at a very modest fee. Enjoy!
David from Adelaide, South Australia
Henry Miller knew and loved France better than many a Frenchman. He could have written this guide since he was always on the …More
We booked late but were still able to secure a room of ample size for a family of 4. The welcome we received was incredibly friendly and a glass of champagne on arrival certainly helped relax us after a long journey. We ate dinnner in the restaurant 3 times and the food and wine were stunning. The breakfasts are perfect. The grounds are beautiful and exactly what you expect of a chic hotel in the Dordogne. If you are an intermediate golfer looking for a challenging 9 hole golf course, this place is perfect. We walked the course one day and it is simply stunning, with a good mixture of challenging par 3's and 4's. There is little to fault this hotel but our one criticism is the lack of staff at breakfast and sometimes at dinner, meaning the service can be patchy from time to time. We don't often recommend hotels but loved this place. It is the perfect place to escape to in a beautiful part of the world. They are hugely hospitable to couples and families alike. I'm amazed anyone finds any real negatives with this place!
If you are searching for an idyllic and luxurious holiday accommodation in the Southern Dordogne region, then you may want to …More
We chose this hotel as a one night stopover on our way South. Right in the centre of Domme, the hotel is well maintained in a beautiful old building with fabulous views over the Dordogne valley. As vegetarians we were also delighted to find a welcoming little Pizzeria just away from the centre of town, an essential plus.
David from Somerset, UK
Superb views of the Dordogne Valley and the flowing river from the terrace of the "Esplanade", in the medieval city of Domme …More
Our room had been renovated so it felt clean and orderly. That is the extent of the positive comments I can make.
Most reviewers gave this hotel high marks, which is the reason we booked a three-night stay. I feel it is important for anyone who is considering this hotel to know the following:
First, you will be required to leave your key with the reception desk every time you depart the hotel. You are given a code for the front door in case it is locked when you return. They lock that door at 5:00 p.m. (17:00); therefore, in all likelihood you will need to use the code. Once back inside the hotel lobby, you can retrieve your key from behind the front desk...not the most secure situation if you ask me. The manager's reason for keeping the room keys is that in case of a fire, he wants to know who is still in the hotel. Still, I was not comfortable with his solution.
Next, my husband wanted me to mention that the heating unit is managed by the hotel, and we were not allowed to raise the thermostat above 23. The only way to stay warm while showering was to turn on the hair dryer long enough to heat the bathroom.
The bathroom did have some good updates, but it could have used a hook on the door to hang clothing. Getting hot water was a hit and miss event. Sometimes we got hot water, then other times we got lukewarm at best.
We will not stay there again.
Traveller from Texas, USA
In the heart of the Perigord Noir, situated in a park of 2 hectares, The Perigord hotel offers you the comfort of a modern …More
We stayed here for 3 nights while visiting the painted caves of the Dordogne Valley. The rooms were very comfortable and the park-like grounds of the hotel were beautiful. We had dinner here on the first night and whilst being rather espensive it was a delicious meal. There is so much to do and see in this area of France we would have liked to have stayed longer.
Wendy from Sydney, Australia
The Périgord Noir landscapes enhance Les Glycines, a former coaching inn. A delightful lush park featuring weeping willows …More
A very comfortable one night stopover whilst travelling through France. The bedroom and bathroom were nicely presented with a comfortable bed. Only downside was that the overbath shower had to be used kneeling down in the bath as there was no showerscreen or shower curtain. Otherwise all was of a high standard. The hotel also offered ample free off road parking right next to the building.
Sue from Cornwall
Nestled in the splendid wine area of Bergerac, the Verotel offers affordable hotel rooms in South West France . Within …More
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