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  • Hotel de Buci, Paris

    Near St-Germain-des-Prés, this small, luxurious B&B hotel is in a 16th-century building facing the well-known outdoor market (which some rooms overlook) of the narrow Rue de Buci.


  • La Villa de Mazamet, Mazamet, Midi-Pyrénées

    In a quiet residential area, this 1930s maison de maitre has been carefully restored by English owners, Peter Friend and Mark Barber, who run it as a luxury chambres d'hôtes with dinners.


  • Hotel de l'Abbaye, Paris

    Returning to Pierre and Gisèle Lafortune’s hotel, a former 17th-century convent near St-Sulpice, a visitor wrote: ‘Expensive, but worth every euro. The people are charming.' Set


  • Hotel d'Aubusson, Paris

    ‘Not cheap, but the style, decor, service and fabulous location make it a winner’: this 17th-century mansion is within easy walking distance (via Pont Neuf) of the Louvre and Notre Dame.


  • Hostellerie le Beffroi, VAISON-LA-ROMAINE , Vaucluse

    This old town has fascinating Roman remains, not public buildings but patrician villas, shops, a bridge and an amphitheatre; nearby is the modern section, with shops and restaurants. To the south,


  • Auberge du Bon Laboureur, Chenonceaux, Indre-et-Loire

    At the château gates, this 18th-century post house (Relais du Silence) has been owned by the Jeudi family since 1902. It consists of five small houses, each with garden. There is a shady terrace


  • Hotel Crillon le Brave , CRILLON-LE-BRAVE , Provence

    Below Mont Ventoux, in a tiny hill top Provençal village, this smart hotel (Relais & Châteaux), owned by Peter Chittick and Craig Miller, is managed by Sébastian Pilat.


  • Domaine de la Tortinière, Veigné, Indre-et-Loire

     ‘A lovely hotel’. The owner/managers, Anne and Xavier Olivereau, are the fourth generation of the family to run this handsome pepperpotted Second Empire mansion, set amid woods and


  • Le Moulin du Roc, Champagnac-de-Belair, Dordogne

    Michelin awards a star to owner/chef Alain Gardillou, admiring also the ‘magic’ setting of his 17th-century oil mill on the Dronne: Guide readers, too, call it a ‘wonderful, bucolic


  • Hotel de Fleurie, Paris

    Owned and run by the Marolleau family, this well-restored 18th-century building is in a narrow street, full of cheap restaurants, near St-Germain-des-Prés. It was liked again by visitors on