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Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

We stayed here for a night while visiting rocamadour. It is situated on the hill overlooking the village about 1 mile distant. There are great views from the hotel. You can drive down to the car parks at the village.

Stayed: November 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Pete L
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Reviewed 11 June 2016

The review is for the hotel not the views ( they are breath taking in my opinion ) Staff top draw ,rooms clean and tidy ,I would say in this day and age "hand held showers " are a thing of the past . But that is my only gripe.

  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank Gwyn B
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Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

Unfortunately although promised the lack of wifi was disappointing to international travelers--no one seemed concerned. Welcome was mediocre and the room offered was over the very noise my terrace plus smelled quite bad. Music played too late until I requested it be silenced! Our reservation was made months ahead so expected better. Otherwise the small room was adequate.

On the other-hand the restaurant was excellent. It had a great view of Rocamadour. The service was attentive and non-pretentious. The cuisse de canard confite was tasty and had a marvelous crunchy exterior. The accompaniments were delicious. The 18E price including entree and dessert was appropriate. The house wine was also quite acceptable and fairly priced by the glass.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank RougeMaggie
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Reviewed 17 May 2016

Rocamadour is a breathtaking place to visit, well soaked in history and tradition. We visited in early May and although there was a lot of wind, the sun was warm enough to make the combination of wind and sun slightly surreal and very comfortable.
The hotel had a selection of dishes at a very reasonable price, but if you want to eat out, there are about half a dozen restaurants within a hundred yards. Some at a higher price and some lower.
The rooms all appear to face out towards the ancient sanctuaries and chateau across the gorge - an easy 3/4 mile walk away. Very clean with interestingly odd furniture (I liked it, anyway) and with a very recently fitted or refurbished bathroom (bath and shower).
Electric roller blinds allow a nice dark room to prevent you waking with the dawn unless you want to. The balcony is more or less non-functional - the windows open onto a slightly sloping 12inch wide ledge with a decent railing but no room to do much else other than stand with your toes pointing downwards slightly. However, the windows occupied most of the outside wall, so the view from inside the room is stupendous.
Eat out, dabble in the numerous tourist shops, go to visit the chateau and the old town of Rocamadour (at the foot of the cliffs); All that will only cost you a few miles walking. And a few quid for the lifts if you fancy the easy route up.
Nearby, there's a fantastic birds of prey and owl and parakeet centre. Read my other review when that's posted, if you fancy taking a look.
Have a great visit!

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Nick B
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Reviewed 30 March 2016

My wife and I took a road trip through France during October 2015. We took a Brittany Ferry to Bilbao and then drove into France, stopping initially in the Pyrenees and journeying on to the Dordogne and finally catching a ferry home from Ouistreham. The road trip was a combined gourmet experience and sightseeing trip. All the hotels we stayed at were in the Logis Network. The Logis Network is a group of independently owned hotels and restaurants renowned for their regional cuisine. Each hotel is graded in terms of it’s comfort and quality. This is shown by the number of fireplaces, from 1 to 3 and there is an “Exceptional” which is a very highest quality and service. For dining there are again four classifications. These are graded in terms of cooking pots from 1 to 3 and a higher classification of “Table Distinguée”. Details of Logis can be found on their web site or in a Logis Brochure, which can be obtained from any Logis Hotel or Restaurant. This is a review of one of the hotels we stayed at. To view reviews of the other hotels click on my name on the left.

The hotel is graded as a 2 Chimney and 3 Cooking Pots standard. We stayed for one night. This is an older hotel which has been recently modernised and refurbished. The room was quite nice and the bathroom, although small, was quite adequate. It had floor to ceiling windows providing a superb view of the hilltop town of Rocamadour. (See photos). The parking is not secured, but we were able to park within view of our room. The hotel had a “youngish feel” about it and the majority of the staff were quite young and the bar, adjacent to the restaurant area, had a number of young persons drinking there. This was not a problem, but the modern music was quite loud. In comfort terms the 2 Chimney rating is fairly accurate, but we did not feel that the evening meals we ate lived up to the 3 Cooking Pot rating. We would have given a 2 pot rating to the meals that we had. However, the breakfast was very good, with a wide range of breads, jams and meats. The owner/manager was also quite young. He spoke very good English and was very helpful. The only criticism of the hotel was that the WiFi was not very good. We could not get a signal in our room and even in the public areas the WiFi was hardly usable.
We have given a four star rating to the hotel, but we would have liked to have given it a 3 and a half rating, but with Trip Advisor this is not possible.

Room Tip: Ask for a room with a panoramic view of the hill top town.
  • Stayed: October 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank TravellerCymruWales
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