Auberge de Reine Margot is an excellent choice for travellers visiting La Tour-d'Auvergne, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Auberge de Reine Margot offer a flat screen TV and a desk.
Guests of Auberge de Reine Margot are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, there is free public parking available nearby.
While in La Tour-d'Auvergne be sure to experience nearby French restaurants such as Les 2 Lanternes, La Reine Margot, or LA PECHERIE.
Enjoy your stay in La Tour-d'Auvergne!
Stayed 4 nights with work and was pleasantly surprised. On arrival we were welcomed by Madame and shown to our rooms, not just told where they were. My room was spacious, clean and warm despite the quirky decor. Another reviewer mentioned getting locked out, which I don't understand as you get an electronic fob to unlock the door. The food was very good and we had breakfast and dinner every day. So if you want a bland corporate hotel don't come here but if a perfectly good taste of France is what you want, here you are.
If you need to stay in your comfort zone at a globalised chain hotel, this won't be for you! Our stay reminded me of our trips to France in the good old days, when hotels, especially Logis and Auberges had some individuality and local flavour, and a sort of shabby-chic authenticity. Exceptionally friendly [but not obsequious!] welcome; clean, warm rooms, with a 'quirky' mix of furniture and decoration; good food with regional specials [we had breakfasts - great coffee!and evening meals ] and very reasonable ££s. Far from luxury; but if you travel for the experience rather than for being cossetted, I heartily recommend.....
Horrible! Needed a hotel for a couple of nights in La Tour-d'Auvergne - not a lot of choice unfortunately. The room needed renovating - holes around badly done electrics and shoddy 'decoration' work overall. The bathroom had been 'renovated' - new tap in basin and bath - pity they hadn't removed the old ones!! I dread to think what would have happened if there had been a fire in the night - nobody around to supervise evacuation. In fact some guests we spoke to had been forced to spend the night outside as the entrance door was locked after they'd been out for the evening !! Fortunately didn't have to eat there. In short - absolutely disgusting.
We are staying in Echandelys with friends and went along to this charming little resto on the famous hill Usson where Queen Margot was held prisoner for a long time. The menu is innovative and very traditional. Lovely starters but the main course could do with a little more attention. A few set menus to choose from starting as low as 16 Euros for 3 courses. My cassoulet of pork was superb if a little too small. My friends' starter of a light pasty with prawns was delightful. Very good value for money. If you don't mind the glaring setting sun, do request a table on the terrace overlooking the world below.