Good Hotel Guide Review
On a pilgrim route, this ‘magical village’, spectacularly situated on a wooded hillside above a gorge, is one of the most romantic in south-west France. Opposite its famous Romanesque abbey, which houses jewelled relics dating back to the fifth century, is the Garcenot family’s 17th-century timbered inn. ‘A lovely place,’ was one recent comment. Old stones, beams and rustic furniture ‘add to the cosy feel’. One couple had a ‘big, handsome’ front room facing the abbey, but a ‘superior room’ was found ‘very small’. The food is enjoyed. ‘A delicious dinner, beautifully presented’. There is a pretty garden dining area, and a more formal beamed dining room.
Rue Gonzagne Florens
00 33 5656 9840 3
mid-April to mid-October.
Wi-Fi, air-conditioning (some rooms), restaurant, lift, terrace, garden, bar, limited parking (€15).
Yes, cots and extra beds available.
Yes, for €5-10 per night.
Standard double room from €97-€135, breakfast €13.