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Reviewed 28 July 2016

I stayed in this charming bed and breakfast for three nights. The hostess is very nice and goes out of her way to make sure you enjoy your stay. She even made sure to pick me up at the train station and had someone drop me off when I had to leave. The location is amazing. Pérouges is a great...

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Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 11 February 2016 via mobile

Charming B&B and well suited to the town. Wonderful hostess and we really enjoyed our stay. Parking you car at the church is a good idea and then it is a short walk along the cobble stones to the accommodation. Highly recommend that you wear good walking shoes as it is an uneven surface.

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Fatiha H, Propriétaire at Le Grenier a Sel, responded to this review

thank you very much for your kindness ,my English is school not very perfectionned.but i like my job and the personnes you visiting our village best regard

Crystal Lake, Illinois, United States
Reviewed 6 October 2015

Pros: Great value for the money in this truly medieval city. Nicely furnished rooms with separate bathrooms. Also a terrace available for all guests overlooking the valley to use for breakfast or maybe wine and cheese in the afternoon. Cons: Owner a little brusque, but did provide basic services and answered our questions. Also the breakfast and terrace areas are...

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bonjour merci pour vos recommandations pour l' agencement cet un fait ,je suis un peu meli-mélo ,.je tiendrai compte au...

Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 9 August 2015

Such a great little spot! The owner was beyond friendly and she was (thankfully) able to get us a room upon arrival with no reservation. I would definitely recommend booking ahead. There is a great view from the back terrace and the room was about the perfect size. We stayed in the room for 3 people and we found enough...

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Warwickshire
Reviewed 22 June 2015

Stayed here on the second night of our French tour on our motorbike. Perouges is a beautiful little medieval village and looked like a great place to stay. There had been a medieval festival the weekend we were there and when we arrived on the Sunday everything was very busy and lots of people dressed up etc.! Great atmosphere. This...

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Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed 14 June 2015

We were three couples staying here for one night, the rooms are beautifully furnished in keeping with the historical past. The town is very busy by day with tourists but by night it is much quietier. Breakfast on the terrrace was a great way to start the day with wonderfully fresh pastries and coffee. Would definiitely recommend staying here rather...

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Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 9 April 2015 via mobile

Friendly welcome, wonderful setting, fabulous town. A must visit for a stopover or even a longer stay, Pėrouges is a gem and the Grenier à sel is the perfect setting to base yourself. Walking around the rue des rondes in the evening, once all the tourists have gone, you feel history all around you and your host in the Grenier...

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Gurgaon, India
Reviewed 31 March 2015

A historical building dating back a few centuries, that was once the Salt collectors house, done up in a very authentic manner. The establishment just had 5-6 rooms. You need to park near the village entrance, as there is no place near it. Pretty authentic lookingpictures of the room are available on the hotel website, and the place lives up...

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Oudtshoorn, South Africa
Reviewed 18 August 2014

Five delightful rooms are available at this delighful herbergement. Each en-suite bathroom is fully appointed and an excellent continental breakfast is included.: served on a patio, part of the battiments, overlooking the beautiful countryside below... Both Dijon and Lyon are close-by: this small, quaint, authentic medieval city is certainly worth visiting for a night or two. The owner of the...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 August 2014

Stayed here for 1 night in July. The building dates back to 14th century with many original features. Really thick walls which kept room cool on a blisteringly hot night. Friendly welcome from Madame. Room was a good size with a well equipped modern bathroom. Tea making equipment provided. Breakfast included in price which consisted of yoghourt, fresh croissants, pain...

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Address: rue des Rondes | Cite Médiévale de Pérouges 01, 01800 Perouges, France
Region: France > Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes > Ain > Perouges
Number of rooms: 5
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 of 5 bubbles antzona, 28 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Room photos were available with descriptions on the website, allows you to choose what you please. They also have rooms with a kitchenette”
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“Choose a room either overlooking the small inner city or overlooking the plains below.”
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“We stayed in the Ruelle Room which was village / street side. With little to no traffic it was very quiet but with lovely view of the old village, up & down the street without being overlooked. Up 2 short flights of steep stairs though. perfect for us!”
 of 5 bubbles poseidonsailors, 16 Dec 2013 | Read review
“Good views from the small window in the room called Les Remparts.”
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