This hotel is in a small village easily accessible from the Dordogne oir Bordeaux airport. Allow time to find it - the main street was closed with diversions when we went but knowing from other reviews that it was next to the church made it fairly easy to locate. This is a very quiet village off the tourist trail and elevated above a lovely valley and the hotel terrace takes advantage of the views. It was just warm enough for mad Englishmen to savour a drink on the terrace as the sun set but experiencing the first frosty nights of autumn.
Our room was small and basically furnished, but clean and comfortable with a good shower in the en-suite. Think of it as really a restaurant with rooms - do not miss dinner brilliantly cooked by Steve and one of the best meals we had all week. Starting with a refreshing amuse-bouche of grapefruit sorbet, we enjoyed each course from the choice on the set menu de terroir (the a la carte looked good too). Steve's confit de canard was definitely the best we have had. Service and atmosphere informal and friendly and it is definitely a place to return to.
Breakfast was simple and good and there didn't look to be any alternative in the small village, though we didn't investigate this. Breakfast should be ordered the night before.More