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Les Suites Sarladaises - Le Caladrius

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Overview
1 bedroom
1 bathroom
2 guests
2 nights minimum
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Les Suites Sarladaises consists of five upscale self-catering units (two one bedroom apartments and three studios) available to discerning travelers for weekly rental in the heart of the historic center of Sarlat-la-Canéda, one of the most visited towns in France and capital of the ‘Perigord Noir’ area of Dordogne. Les Suites Sarladaises is housed in the ancient Hôtel de Leydis, an imposing structure of medieval origin refurbished in the 17th century as the home of magistrates of the Leydis family who presided over judicial affairs in the adjoining 'Presidial', the royal court of justice. Over the ages these and other judges were housed in the building’s stylish period rooms - hence the résidences d'époque incorporated in Les Suites Sarladaises business name and logo. The building's most p...Les Suites Sarladaises consists of five upscale self-catering units (two one bedroom apartments and three studios) available to discerning travelers for weekly rental in the heart of the historic center of Sarlat-la-Canéda, one of the most visited towns in France and capital of the ‘Perigord Noir’ area of Dordogne. Les Suites Sarladaises is housed in the ancient Hôtel de Leydis, an imposing structure of medieval origin refurbished in the 17th century as the home of magistrates of the Leydis family who presided over judicial affairs in the adjoining 'Presidial', the royal court of justice. Over the ages these and other judges were housed in the building’s stylish period rooms - hence the résidences d'époque incorporated in Les Suites Sarladaises business name and logo. The building's most prominent feature is its southern facade where an ornate iron balcony rests atop flamboyantly carved stone corbels, originally of defensive use. Other stonework also evokes the middle ages - two carved gargoyles protect a niche with a statue of the Virgin Mary and there are traces of gothic arches inside and out. The five units of Les Suites Sarladaises recognize the town’s vibrant medieval past through the symbolism of five mythical beasts drawn from heraldry: the unicorn, griffin, phoenix, caladrius, and salamander – the last taken from Sarat’s own coat-of-arms. Modern comfort is added to the innate coziness of ancient stones, weathered beams, fireplaces, and the patina of age. Now equipped with an air conditioning unit, La Caladrius Suite is in the ‘comble’ or attic region of the house and is a quaintly beautiful room with a dormer view of the tiled and ancient rooftops of Sarlat - quite romantic! It is on the third floor and has a 140 cm (double) bed, a kitchenette and a separate bathroom with shower. At 26 sq m, the unit is perfect for a single person, or a couple who do not mind climbing the old stone staircase to the top of the house. It is also the quietest and most cosy of our rooms, with a small table to enjoy tea or coffee, simple meals prepared in your own kitchenette.More
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About the Owner
Francesco & Dan B
Languages spoken:English, Italian, French
Response Rate:100%
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:April 2016
Interaction with guests
We live on site and greet our guests in person. We can assist you in locating a free parking space near us in the historic/pedestrian zone of old Sarlat. We enjoy our business mostly because we get to meet and greet interesting people from around the world.
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Reviewed May 5, 2017

Staying at Les Suites Sarladaises for our honeymoon was so magical. We felt like we were living in a fairytale. When we opened the window and saw the view I literally swooned! The room was so beautiful, clean and had such a homey vibe to...More

Date of stay: April 2017
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Dan B, Owner at Les Suites Sarladaises - Le Caladrius, responded to this reviewResponded May 8, 2017

Many thanks to you both. It was delightful having you here and helping make your honeymoon special!

Amenities
Pets Allowed: Ask
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: No
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Linens Provided
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Towels Provided
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About the neighborhood
Sarlat is the capital of the so-called Perigord Noir, the crown jewel of the Dordogne region. It is central to all the important sites like caves with prehistoric art - Lascaux is only twenty minutes away - plus the beautiful riverside and hilltop towns of the Dordogne, including its famed 1001 chateaux, outstanding gardens, and all the sporting activities like river canoeing, kayaking, bike and hiking trails, air balloon tours, etc. We are also an easy drive from famed Rocamadour, Padirac cave, and even the famed wine regions of western Bordeaux area, like Saint Emilion.
Getting around
If you wish just to chill out in this famous Medieval town, we are at 'ground zero' for your stay in historic Sarlat. We have hosted bikers who were quite satisfied with the short distances and pretty trails that lead to nearby sites of beauty and historic interest. Or you can use your car to visit almost all the important tourism sites of the Dordogne. There is also the direct train route to Bordeaux that meanders along the banks of the Dordogne river for a two and one half hour journey to view the beautiful landscape of our region.
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