See why so many travellers make The Resid For Calixte their guest house of choice when visiting Perouges. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as The Resid For Calixte offers guests free wifi.
For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Perouges' popular French restaurants such as Les Terrasses de Perouges, Auberge du Coq, and Le veneur Noir, all a short distance from The Resid For Calixte.
Best of all, The Resid For Calixte makes it easy to experience some great Perouges attractions like Musee du Vieux Perouges, which is a popular history museum.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Resid For Calixte as you experience all of the things Perouges has to offer.
Just opposite the tourist office for Perouges. Not in the historical centre of the village but that is five minutes walk Very clean and comfortable room Host very welcoming and helpful Much better value for money than the heritage stays in the old village but if you want then book in the centre of the village
If you’re looking for a very simple, rustic place to stay, this may be for you. Essentially a B&B. Owner was very nice. The best thing is the location next to medievale Pérouges. It’s a 2 minute walk. The property does have on-ground parking but you car will be walked and slept on by cats who live on the property.
I wonder why there are no reviews for this year. I booked a few months before as I wanted to be certain of having a nice place to stay on our way back from Italy and the photos looked good. I had an email of confirmation from the owner. We arrived at 4pm and there was no one there. The rooms were unmade up, some keys in the locks, place unlocked. The gravel courtyard was covered in cat droppings and smelt quite strongly of them. It all looked very scruffy and full of weeds. There was a cute chained up small dog and a lot of cats. I rang the owner, who swore and said he wasn't ready for us and he couldn't get back for at least 2 hours. I told him we would find somewhere else and he seemed relieved. Luckily, we did find somewhere else.
Positive : Very nice owner, walking distance to historical centre Negative: Poor breakfast, poor wifi. Trash previous guest was still in waste bin... I did not mind the cats around the building but some people might
We were traveling from Switzerland through France and wanted to stay over in this lovely medieval village. Apparently the owner contacted the booking agent to find out when we would arrive. The booking agent emailed us to ask that question but we did not pick up the email until a few days later, as wifi is not common in rural France. When we arrived Calixte was deserted. There was no note for us but we eventually found the key in the door of a room upstairs with a note of our name attached. The room felt cold and damp but we managed to find the central heating. We booked accommodation with wifi but there was no way of finding the code because no-one was there and no note was left for us. We heard someone arrive after we had gone to bed and looked outside to see someone walking around smoking and talking on the phone. We had booked breakfast and wanted to eat early, as we had to get back on the road. A note on the door said that breakfast was served from 8.30, which was too late for us. So, there was no welcome, no wifi and no breakfast! The room was clean and with a good shower but we felt unwelcome and the place was dead quiet and a little eerie. We were tired after a long drive and were very disappointed. It spoiled our stay in what was a lovely village. We have given one mark for service because they left our key in the door!…
Very close to the old town, but be prepared for a small (spotlessly clean) room. The host, John, is frequently not available, however he leaves notes on the room doors if you have a booking - I took us a while to realise that! John speaks no English, however as we were aware of that so we came armed with pre-translated notes for all eventualities (e.g. "another pillow please") - and he was very helpful. The medieval village of Perouges is delightful; the Michelin website has useful information, however you can equally well just wander the little village. A highlight for us was a stop at Le Taverne du Caveau in the village for a glass of wine and some snacks; very historic and memorable.
One of the best places we have stayed in in Europe. Others could really learn from here. Its not a hotel.....more a bnb. John speaks no English so best book through tripadvisor to ensure a secure reservation and makes life easier. Right on the doorstep of the old town.
We stayed here in September. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The are simple and small, but they have everything you need. There is free wifi and secure parking. It is a very short walk from the Medieval village. The man who runs the place is very friendly but speaks very little English. But he was very patient with us as we tried to speak a little French. :) He made us a quick breakfast in the morning as we had to get to the airport rather early. Loved our stay there! Would go again! The village is a MUST see! It is amazing. Pay attention to the check in times on your reservation. There isn't always someone there to give you a key to your room. We were a little late checking in and it was a bit of an episode getting hold of the proprietor, but it worked out in the end. Overall a beautiful place to visit and a lovely place to stay! Price was VERY reasonable! Swimming pool and Fitness area are not getting 5s as there are none, but I don't want a low score bring down the overall rating.…