A very pleasant overnight at this comfortable and charming little hotel. A perfect little hotel oozing with character A very friendly welcome on a dreary wet cold Cantal evening. All of this at a very reasonable price
If you like your French hotel to feel French, then you will enjoy staying here. The bar and reception are simply but welcoming with a few locals chatting. There is a garden at the back and during the day they serve crepes and snacks - no evening meal but they sent us to the Templiers which was very good. We were allocated the family room which would be great fun for kids of say 7-12 as their accommodation is above the main bedroom. Spotless bathroom. Salers is a historic town so everything is old but it all works fine. Breakfast was really good and plentiful - have a bit of Salers cheese. The couple who run it are friendly and the WiFi is fine. A really good place to spend a day or so.
This is a real home from home with all you need for a relaxing and peaceful break. We found the owners and staff most helpful and charming and cannot find anything negative to report. We saw before going there that some thought the breakfast not good value, but the quality and quantity was excellent and if you ask for ham and cheese it will be given to you. They simply keep it in the fridge! We were given a jug of very good coffee each which added up to at least two cups per person....think about the price for one. Our hosts always had time to help or simply chat a little and when we left they helped us to the car with bags and shook our hands. I would certainly return.
I found this gem of a small, family hotel just looking on-line for interesting places to stay, and am very glad that I did. The Hotel Saluces was built in the 1600’s and served as the governor’s house. It was owned by a wealthy Italian family, Saluces, who also had a large chateau in Bordeaux. I don’t know when it became a hotel, but it is very well done with modern bathrooms and comfortable spaces, all within the ancient original structure. I believe there are only 8 rooms. It was by far the most interesting place I’ve ever stayed. On top of that, it is very reasonably priced. My only regret is that we could only stay 1 night because of our schedule.
We had heard about this Hotel a few years ago, we visit this area regularly, though we had never changed our routine up till now. Hotel Saluces has so much more authentic charm than its local competitors. The grand old building has been renovated with great taste and thought, it's cuteness shall delight you. Quirky, though charming owners. We have stayed at Le Baillage on four recent visits. No more. When in Salers, this is your hotel.