Good Hotel Guide Review
This lovely medieval village, with its ramparts, half-timbered houses, and cobbled streets, is often the setting for historical films. Here, the Thibaut family have presided since 1912 at their hotel, converted from 14th-century and Renaissance buildings on the square. ‘Magical and peaceful: recommended for the bastide experience,’ was one comment. Other visitors told of ‘excellent food’, although some found it expensive. Regional dishes, eg, foie gras de canard; médaillons de veau aux asperges, are served by waitresses in medieval costume; menus and wine lists are on parchment scrolls. The bedrooms are in four houses, those in the Manoir are said to be the best. ‘Ours, tastefully restored, very quiet, had a marvellous view over the garden by the church (its bells are turned off at night).’ Some rooms have their own garden where you can breakfast.
Place Du Tilleul
00 33 4746 1008 8
All year round.
Wi-Fi, breakfast room, restaurant, parking.
Yes, cots and extra beds available.
Yes, for no charge.
Visa, Mastercard, Amex.
Standard double from €216-€169, breakfast €17.