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Reviewed 9 September 2012

Beautiful place even more impressive than Rocamadour! Farm in the past now it's cosy and very nice guest house with several buildings and a swimming pool.
The owners are very friendly and attentive. Dinner and choice of wines are amazing. Make sure you made a reservation for the dinner.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank Elena P
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Reviewed 4 September 2012

This is a very nice family run hotel. Very helpful and easygoing and at the same time the rooms are well presented and clean. The rooms are slightly on the small side but well laid out, good lighting, good ventilation particularly with the door and window open, it had an anti insect screen at the window. The room was very clean and bedding was fresh and in good order. The shower was not as good as some but plenty of hot water at a good flow rate. Restaurant had a good menu and the food was very tasty. Very good service in the restaurant and very helpful describing the food, in English if required - we ate very well during our stay! The main building is on two floors with five bedrooms on each floor. The doors enter from outside and lead out onto the swimming pool.
We spent two nights in the hotel and have no problem to recommend to our friends.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Woody56
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Reviewed 25 August 2012

We spent four nights here in the middle of August and it was a grand time. The hotel may have once been a farm and it has wonderful old stone buildings that house the rooms and the dining area plus there are a couple other stone cabins for families to stay. The rooms are small but comfortable with cozy beds. There is a very nice pool where the guests hang out on hot days. The dining takes place under the canopy of a huge yew pine and the food here is the best in the area, make sure you make reservations because this place books up fast! There is a very nice replica of an ancient stone Borie on the grounds that you can visit. The hotel is run by a family who has been in the hospitality business in this area for five generations and it shows. They are very friendly and want to you have the best experience possible.

Room Tip: Upstairs rooms are good for the breezes and views.
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Rancher_10
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Reviewed 16 August 2012

We are from Hong Kong and rarely there is Asian coming to Rocamadour and this hotel. I would like to recommend Rocamadour to Asians as a great stopover in central of France. Very good view, nice historical towns, the town Rocamadour is fantastic, the popular duck and froi gras farm, cheese, and caves. Ideal for a 3 days stopover if you are discovering France by driving. As an Asian, I love it, not boring at all, in fact quite an unique experience.

If you want to avoid the busy traffic jam inside Rocamadour yet within a 5 minutes driving distance, Le Troubadour would definitely be your choice. Excellent location to the region and the caves, duck farm, historical towns and you can conveniently stay a day in Rocamadour. The hotel was converted from a farm, had a very relax atmosphere, got a pool, very nice countryside view. We sit around the pool and the table in front of the door corridor (a bit like a balcony), read a book and enjoyed the view. Room is reasonable size, clean and the mosqito screen is good. The best part is the meal with inside and outside tables under a 300 years old tree under a warm weather is excellent. The set is very good value and top class quality (the best we have in France for 2 weeks).

The owner Franck is very attentive. Explained to us lots of things around the area and the hotel. Overall very good service from Franck and the staff. You can feel their heart and attentive service. Franck also showed us the truffe tree in the backyard. Will definitely return.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank HenryHui
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Reviewed 14 August 2012

Situated less than 5 minutes from the pittoresk Rocamadour, This lovely hotel is ideally situated to discover the Quercy region.
The staff is very friendly and most helpfull. If you want to visit the local tourist attractions, they can even help you make reservations for the entrance tickets.
Since this year, dinner is served "al fresco", under a big tree. The menu offers dishes with the typical Perigord-ingredients but prepared in a refreshingly revisited and delicious fashion.
France at its very best.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Dirk C
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