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Le logis Plantagenet
Ranked #14 of 23 Bergerac B&B and Inns
Reviewed April 24, 2013

We heartily endorse the positive reviews here.

Located in the old town, just a few steps from the Dordogne river, with free parking by the river.

Very comfortable bedroom, truly delightful olde worlde house, friendly and relaxed hosts.

No wifi as stated, although our host was happy to sort out a wired connection—but there is free wifi at the Riverside cafe just a few paces away, so why not enjoy a coffee while you catch up? No TV, but on the basis that French TV is on its own planet and to us there is not much worth watching... so what? Travelling extensively in France, I think we have rarely used an in-room set.

Ideal base to explore Bergerac and surroundings: don't hesitate to book. And we'll be back.

Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 8, 2012

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My wife and I spent one night at Le Logis Plantagenet in Bergerac in September while enroute from Sarlat to Bordeaux. The Plantagenet is housed in a centuries old colombage style house that faces onto a small park located within a two to three minutes walk from the Dordogne River. The house appears to be meticulously maintained, is spotlessly clean, and contains numerous furnishings and artifacts that reflect the owners’ own travels.

The top floor room in which we stayed was one of the most charming and interesting we encountered on this trip. The ancient wooden beams, evident in several of the house’s public spaces, were especially prominent in our room, forming part of the walls and ceiling. The room contained two large skylights which brightened it during the day. The en suite facilities were clean and neat and contained all of the essentials. The room was tastefully furnished, without a television. The television was not missed. However, the B&B would benefit from the addition of Wi-Fi as many travelers find it necessary to keep in touch while away from home.

Breakfast was served in the owners’ kitchen in a next door building. Had we been leaving a little later, it would likely have been served in the owners’ court-yard, however, we had to catch an early train.

Our schedule did not give us enough time to become better acquainted with the owners. This is unfortunate as it appears, by noting some of the artifacts in the house, that we had all, in an earlier day, spent time in some of the same countries.

Our visit to Bergerac and our stay at Le Logis Plantagenet were brief but interesting and enjoyable. We are happy to recommend this city and this B&B to other travelers.

Room Tip: We highly recommend the top floor room.
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  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 31, 2012

This accommodation is truly unbelievable with attractive tudor front opening into a house which is beautifully and expensively furnished, with lounges and kitchen for sole use of guests. The bedroom in which we stayed was spacious and tastefully furnished with a comfortable large bed and bathroom with all necessary toiletries. The location is also ideal, being a stones throw from the river with parking only a few yards away.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 17, 2012

Based on photos on this site, I reserved a room months in advance and was charged extra for reserving only one night, only to be placed in a room not advertised, and not even in the Inn. Instead, we were put in a little used 3rd floor room in a different building, with broken windows/shutters, on an unbearably hot night, with no elevator, that looked out on an extremely noisy street (the quay) that was so brightly lit our room was illuminated all night. One of the main reasons we had made a reservation here was because the Inn faced out on a quiet, lightly traveled square, but that was not what they gave us. The room they put us in clearly was not intended for guests: all the closets and bureau drawers were full of clothes so we could not unpack, and the dusters that had been covering the furniture were tossed in the corner of the room. Needless to say, we got little or no sleep; our experience was dreadful. We cannot help but feel that the owners, who are British, bumped us (Americans) in favor of later reserving British guests - all of whom had rooms in the Inn, as advertised. And no apologies or explanations were even given us. Beware of promises not kept.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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plantagenet9, Owner at Le logis Plantagenet, responded to this reviewResponded February 12, 2013

The one point with which I agree with this reviewer is that it was a very hot night. The room was
provided with an air conditioner and a fan which they presumably did not wish to use. If they had drawn the curtains this would have have taken care of the street lights. The description of the house as a broken down Inn is in marked contrast to the opinion of the Batiment de France.
The 18th century Drawing Room of 80 sq.metres is the finest in Bergerac with a magnificent view over the Dordogne river and old bridge, and these guests made use of it before going up to the second floor bedroom, which has the same view. The "rags" in the corner were elegantly covering the beds when we showed them the room, but required laundering the next day. We will gladly send photos of the exterior facade, the Drawing Room and the Bedroom for anybody
doubting our word. Better still, come and see it for yourself !

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Reviewed June 15, 2012

We were delighted with our stay here, both because of the friendly welcome and because the location is superb for exploring the town and the river, which are both literally two minutes walk away. Our room was spacious and light, with plenty of storage space, and breakfast was a treat both because we ate outside in the owners' lovely courtyard garden and because we had a really enjoyable conversation with them and the other couple who were staying - we had planned to have a swift bite but ended up chatting for an hour and three-quarters. It was also very pleasant to have the run of two beautifully furnished sitting rooms and a kitchen in the logis, which was across the way from the owners' house.

The logis is also ideally placed for several excellent eating places, again within a couple of minutes' walk. We'd particularly recommend a new venture called Une Cuillere pour Maman, near the Tobacco Museum

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 10, 2012

We stayed in this lovely B&B which is situated in an area that looks like you stepped back in time. It was a great experience. Our hosts were extremely hospitable and we had one of the most enjoyable breakfasts with them, Bruce and Rosetta had the most wonderful stories and experiences. We had to say goodbye 3x before we finally managed to get up from breakfast. The accodmodation was good with surprisingly modern upgrade, you get the ambiance with upgraded comfort. Also, there are so many places to see just right ourside your front door. And oh, by the way, breakfast time is flexible, not as indicated in one of the previous revious. I would definitelycome back to this place

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed May 30, 2012

Location of this B& B is excellent & the building is lovely - all it says. The room was very large & beautifully furnished. However, there was nowhere to hang or store anything, so all had to stay in cases. There is no T.V. - not a problem for us, but should be mentioned.
Breakfast is taken in the owners kitchen, with them. At a set time & no choice. The owners are an elderly English couple (he ex Guards) & express some extreme views, which some might find offensive.
And, "We don't do beds" !!!

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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plantagenet9, Owner at Le logis Plantagenet, responded to this reviewResponded June 2, 2012

My wife and I were sad to read this review, as we ourselves would think twice about booking into a place hosted by a crusty old Colonel Blimp with politically incorrect views. It is true that I held a short term commission, but I myself never talk about it so perhaps they saw a photograph when we showed them our private house. As for my political views, I have the same degree as David Cameron, I read the Economist, and I can probably be categorised as a Tory Wet. My wife and I have lived in many different countries, so we usually find that we have interesting discussions with our guests who all have stories to tell, particularly at breakfast .Concerning breakfast time, during this past week we have served it to our various
guests at 7.45 am, 8.00 am, 8.30 am and 9.00 am, according to their particular needs. Some have early airoplanes, others like an early start on their bicycles and others have business appointments. Those who are in no particular hurry often suggest 9 am and depending on the weather we sit in the garden and enjoy each other's company. If it is cold or wet then we have it in our kitchen but as can be seen on our website this is a large and beautiful room, with a view over the Dordogne river. There is absolutely no rule about having it at 9, and I am sorry if our guests felt there was. As for "we don't do beds", this is true in that we like guests to feel their bedrooms are private, though if they are staying more than 3 nights we do then change the sheets and clean the room halfway through their stay. The three reception rooms are for the exclusive use of guests as we ourselves have our house the other side of the garden. We do not provide television and nobody has ever requested it as there is so much else to do in the area, but there plenty of books of every description. Concerning wardrobe space, bedrooms 1 and 2 each have a whole wall of wardrobes. The top bedroom in which this particular guest must have stayed has a chest of drawers, and through a 16th century door, up some stairs, there is a whole rail of hanging space. Clearly I failed to point this out, and it is a pity he did not mention this problem at the time.

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Address: 5 rue du grand Moulin, 24100, Bergerac, France
Location: France > Nouvelle-Aquitaine > Dordogne > Bergerac
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette
Hotel Style:
Ranked #14 of 23 B&Bs / Inns in Bergerac
Number of rooms: 3
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
This beautifully restored house dating from the 12th century is in the Old Quarter of Bergerac on a quiet tree lined square close to the Dordogne river. It is furnished to offer every comfort to our guests. The three double bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, and all have attractive views over the tree lined square or the courtyard garden The Reception rooms are for the exclusive use of guests and breakfast is taken in the courtyard garden. It is quiet at night, yet there are many good restaurants within walking distance. This is a perfect base from which to explore the beautiful countryside of the Dordogne. ... more   less 

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