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at Le Vieux Logis

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Pool review highlights
... house party rather than staying at a hotel. The grounds and pool are all beautiful and the staffing and levels of service are...
... our suite, even with its many windows. And even the swimming pool was scaly and desperately needed a repainting and...
... intimate hotel is set on lovely grounds with a beautiful pool. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and nicely decorated....
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dale_curtis wrote a review Jul 2019
tw182 contributions103 helpful votes
The Vieux Logis must be one of the loveliest places to spend some time, particularly for a Summer break.

We were in a beautiful suite that opened onto the gardens, very, very comfortable indeed. We noticed that the bathroom had been refurbed and functioned very well.

There is always a lovely welcome and we were made to feel like guess at a house party rather than staying at a hotel.

The grounds and pool are all beautiful and the staffing and levels of service are immaculate.

A superb restaurant and perhaps the world's best breakfast? Really.

As I said, we love it there.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Rooms opening onto the gardens are nice
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rtl212 wrote a review May 2019
New York City, New York52 contributions148 helpful votes
Vieux Logis was a discomforting experience. The location is delightful in a classic Perigord village. The grounds are magnificent -- complex array of sites and trees and plantings that are a delight. The staff was uniformly friendly, helpful and gracious. And though we didn't eat there, the dining room was elegant.

But.

This places needs a good multimillion dollar renovation. The rooms are a sad collection of what the French call bricabrac, and what we call yard sale furniture. We were lucky to have a choice of rooms because the first three we saw were gloomy, cheaply furnished and the bathrooms were tiny with Home Depot-style stall showers.

We were there on bright, sunny spring days and yet we did whatever we could to avoid our suite, even with its many windows. And even the swimming pool was scaly and desperately needed a repainting and refinishing apart from, apparently, being unheated.

The lounge areas are beautiful and personal and what one hopes for in a quaint village. And the outside sitting areas are beautiful, as is the splendid village. But this place needs a serious renovation of its rooms.

Note -- the village has only two restaurants. Thee so-called pizza place had some of the best fois gras we've ever had. The Bistrot, run by the hotel, was hit-and-miss but where they hit, was very good.

IF and when they update from the 70s yard sale furniture and redo the bathrooms, this will be a delight. But for now, its a great location and if the weather is good and you aren't stuck in your rooms, you can have a pleasant stay., But in bad weather, ouch!
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: room choice willl make or break your visit
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davemh333 wrote a review Nov 2018
Houston, Texas583 contributions146 helpful votes
A member of the Relais et Chateaux, this intimate hotel is set on lovely grounds with a beautiful pool. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and nicely decorated. Service is exceptional. A Michelin one star restaurant adds to the pleasure of the stay. One of our favorites.
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Date of stay: September 2018
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fanoffrance wrote a review Nov 2018
Loeten, Norway548 contributions294 helpful votes
My room was quaint and cozy, with pretty garden views and antique decor. To enjoy the charm, you need to accept some old-fashioned quirks such as small room; crooked, creaky floor; narrow stairway without elevator; single-pane windows, etc. The wifi in my room was too weak, but they let me use the computer at the reception desk. Extensive gardens with pool, convenient free parking, picturesque village, quiet location. My kind of place!
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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3october wrote a review Oct 2018
Denver, Colorado78 contributions39 helpful votes
We were here for two nights on a Backroads bike trip. Our rooms were in the carriage house. The decor was very unique and presumably different in each room. Huge comfortable bed, hot shower and towel heater. The breakfasts were sumptuous: fresh pastries, fruit, meat and cheeses, yogurt. The grounds are beautifully maintained with a lovely pool.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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