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Discover this cave hotel consists of 12 rooms. The rooms open to most inner courtyards, like a mini village. The atmosphere retains heat faluns of the Tertiary period, as if the light rain had remained imprinted in the rock. The walls and ceilings are close and continuous, no break strikes the eye, the curves are linked ...
This was an amazing stay that we were told of from friends who frequent this greater area in France. It is a family owned business and they are delightful! The breakfast served each morning is not to be missed - beautifully set and delicious!
This is a family run hotel in a small village. The hotel's rooms are all in caves, with all of the rooms opening onto various courtyards which themselves have been dug down into the ground.
The rooms are quite large and well fitted out -...More
This family run hotel is quite different and definitely a place to stay, particularly as it has only been open for about a year (although the restaurant has been active and run by the family for about 20 years). The rooms are unique (most are...More
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The hotel is very nice and well situated. A great combination of modern aesthetics with the original caves.
The hotel staff is very nice and caring.
Note that due to the thickness of the rock, thee is no wi-fi in the rooms themselves. The restaurant...More
I stayed here for two weeks on a businesstrip. The hotel is located in a small village known for it's caves. Its ran by friendly family who made me really feel at home. The cave rooms are definitely recommended!