We had a great 2 night stay recently here with our 6 yr old son during our summer holidays in the region.
Driving up to the hotel we were immediately surprised at how lovely the old building is: we were expecting, from other reviews, for it to be a bit shabby, and although it would easily be upgraded a star rating with a few refurbishments to the 1970s decor, we loved it as it was.
The staff were delightful, the breakfast copious (although the 'juices' were actually squash which was a shame), and the pool very clean and inviting. The fact that you could walk out of the room almost straight into the pool was a real hit for our son!
The room itself was small and very quiet and we slept very well indeed. It smelt strongly of cleaning fluid when we arrived, but with the door open this soon dissipated.
Dinner on the lawn was lovely, the pool room in the old stables was gorgeous, and the overall stay was relaxing and charming.
If you are looking for luxury, this is probably not the place for you, but is has such a charm of its own that we would definitely come back if in thie region again.
One point to note is that it is not in the centre of Rocamadour, so you would need a car to go anywhere, but this was not a problem for us.
A great find!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Troubadour hotel is an 18th century farmhouse, fully restored with its 10 confortable bedrooms.hotel troubadour is a tranqui haven of warm hospitality and quiet seclusion; only 1 minutes driving from Rocamadour. Ideal base for visiting the beautiful landscope of the causse. ... more less
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