Lauzerte is officially one of the prettiest villages in France, a title it well deserves. This 2-star hotel is typical of rural French hotels - the restaurant is freshly decorated and the food is excellent. The rooms, on the other hand, haven't been touched since de Gaulle was in power. Shower spray not fixed to the wall, woodchip paper - that sort of thing. The view however was breathtaking - right across a wide valley to distant hills - the route I would be walking the next day. The room was clean, the water hot and the bed comfortable. Stay if you're not a fusspot. It's not in the main square, so be prepared for a stiffish climb to where the bars/restarants are.