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La Lanterne
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Reviewed May 20, 2012

We recently spent three wonderful nights at this fabulous B&B and were treated like family by Roy and Terri. Their welcoming spirit, beautiful house and exceptionally hospitable attitude was so appreciated by us weary travellers! We found the town to be exceptional, but it was also greatly enhanced by our experience at La Lanterne. I cannot recommend this highly enough and we passed along our recommendation to every other traveller we met on the rest of our journey. You cannot go wrong at this B&B!!!

Room Tip: There are no bad rooms! You can't go wrong here.
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Joyce B
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Reviewed May 15, 2012

I don't speak a word of French but that was no obstacle. Terri and Roy Bowen gave great suggestions for places to visit and places to dine. Everyone should come to Sarlat and enjoy this special place and La Lanterne is definitely the place to stay. Within the old city, it is wonderfully located. Terri is truly a outstanding hostess with beautiful breakfasts and refreshing afternoon wine.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled solo
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Thank Chris S
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Reviewed May 14, 2012

5 nights at La Lanterne B&B we would not trade for anything! Beautiful town, great location, new friends and great memories! even Fibi (intentional spelling) and Frodo were great company. Terri, Roy and Margaret were helpful (even calling and making reservations for us to help overcome the language barrier), kind and great company.
I hate to call it a B&B because it felt like friends had opened their home for us to stay. For anyone who would appreciate friendly hospitality with great accommodations and a fantastic location in Sarlat, La Lanterne is perfect.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Rubycj
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Reviewed May 7, 2012

We had a fabulous stay at La Lanterne B&B in Sarlat, France. Not only was the ambience fantastic, but the food, and company were terrific. Terri was the most thoughtful hostess who anticipated our every need from dinner reservations (& suggestions), to driving directions, to the glass of wine in the afternoon. We would love to go back.

Room Tip: They all seemed good, but we were on the top floor and it was very quiet.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 4, 2012

I can only really echo what others have said - this is a great B&B in a great location. You're only about a minute's walk from the town square, but at the same time sufficiently off the main drag that you're not going to be disturbed by any late night revellers (not that there were any - the whole town seems to be asleep by 9:00pm!, although it may of course be different in high season).

The house itself is a lovely old building and I particularly liked the old staircase which is an original 17th century feature. We had one of the attic rooms which were quite charming and spacious, and whilst it didn't have fantastic views you might expect (due to the tall building opposite) it nonetheless gave glimpses of the town's medieval rooftops. Breakfast is an optional extra, but good value at €8 per head. Although you obviously don't get the choice available in bigger establishments, we had a very pleasant selection of pastries, freshly prepared fruit salad, yoghurt, a muesli type cereal plus the usual tea/coffee and juice. One morning we also had some scrambled egg and the other a cheese platter.

The hostess is very friendly and helpful and gave plenty of advice on places to go, both within the town and further afield. She will also book local restaurants for you if required. There are a couple of small friendlily dogs who live there, but these were no trouble at all. Some people don't like dogs, my wife included, but I really don't think anyone would have a problem with these two.

The only downside is perhaps the access arrangements if you are a little infirm. The walk to the town whilst quite short is a fairly steep hill, and there is no parking by the building. There is a car park at the top of the hill which is only a minute or two's walk away, but bear that in mind if you struggle to carry cases. Other than that, it's a fantastic place and I'd wholeheartedly recommend it.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Blackth0rn
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