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Reviewed 26 December 2019

We stayed 3 nights in a wonderfully cozy room, the service could not have been better. Absolutely outstanding breakfast with homemade ingredients and the nicest staff you can imagine. Thank you all, we come back. Probably the nicest and best Hotel in the Dordogne.

Date of stay: October 2019
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Reviewed 21 October 2019

My wife and I spent 4 nights at Le Vieux Logis. Our guest room was lovely, albeit small. The attitude and support of all the staff (particularly Estelle Lepers and the front desk personnel) in addition to the incredible dinners, were what made this a place where we hope to return. This is a great place to stay to explore the Dordogne region.

Date of stay: October 2019
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Reviewed 6 October 2019

We stayed here on our way back through France to the UK. A lovely situation in the Dordogne and Tremolat is a very charming and pretty village. The staff could not have been more welcoming or helpful and the service was excellent. We did not eat in the main restaurant but, for us, the highlight of our stay was dinner at Le Bistrot in the village. This is owned by the hotel and the quality of the food, service and ambience made for a truly memorable evening.

Date of stay: October 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Dillyb290411
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Reviewed 21 August 2019

The hotel room was a little rustic, however it had all the amenities required and was very quiet. The hotel itself is set in beautifully maintained gardens and aperitifs sitting outside was a lovely way to to spend a summer evening, having had a long drive from the Ile de Rey. Dinner was also a very civilised affair with both the food and wine being of a good standard. Staff across the hotel were very friendly and efficient.
A lovely place to stop off in the Dordogne.

Room tip: We had a room in an annex, away from the main hotel. However this meant it was very quiet.
Date of stay: August 2019
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2  Thank Orient156
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Reviewed 18 July 2019

I have swerved from posting reviews as I’ve dealt with many on the other side of the screen through my professional life. But I know what constitutes a “wince moment”. We’ve had our house here for 25 years, we’ve visited le Vieux Logis for lunch about 6 times. 20 years ago or so it was charming. But the last 4 visits have been mediocre and today was just irritating. I can hold back no longer....There was the usual person smoking at the next door table (they are outside tables, but). There was the usual faff about not me eating red meat (with the bonus little lecture on how lamb was classed as white meat in French, interesting but redundant since lamb wasn’t on the menu today). The trigger - and you know, there is always one thing that makes the dominos fall - was to ask for an aperitif when prompted and for it not to come, and not to come, and, voila! There were the canapés with no aperitif and not even water on the table. Remember, this restaurant markets itself on its Michelin star. Which (now I’m on it) is just not the point; it’s a great building, great potential, great location, stuck in 1992. There’s really no need for the starchiness, the bow tie on the maitre’d, the charger plates and the crumber and the young, terrified-looking, uneasy FoH staff. I credit the chef and his/her kitchen highly as the taste and ingredients were really good. But we left feeling snarky about an expedient service and unwelcome.
PS: Props to the hotel reception and it’s relaxed and polished approach.

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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