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Rochester, United Kingdom
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Lost (but not too much - the directions are comprehensive) in beautiful countryside, this carefully restored hotel has great views and large comfortable rooms. You don't want to leave in search of dinner elesewhere and fortunately there is no need. The menu is limited but the food is excellent. Good breakfast with home-cooked croissants.

Thank Roger D
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 12 October 2016

We love this for the location as a stop over on a long car journey. The welcome is always warm and the relaxed atmosphere really helps us kick off our holidays. Our routine is as follows: First a splash in the pool and then a bit of a family hang out until supper time when the co-owner chef never fails....

Thank workingmummy
Bishopsteignton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 October 2016

A wonderful, small boutique hotel in the middle of the French countryside. Each room is unique and well equipped. Helpful and welcoming hosts. Oz is a very keen chef and we enjoyed everything he cooked for us. Amazing location and we loved eating on the balcony watching the sun setting. Bliss.

Thank Mariananddavid
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 August 2016

Beautiful setting. Lovely old stone buildings in very attractive gardens with fantastic views from the terrace and a good swimming pool. Very welcoming and friendly owners. The rooms are all different with some in the main house and some in smaller stone buildings in the gardens. Very good evening meal cooked by the owner Oz- fantastic lamb and duck, the...

Thank Sulizco
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Reviewed 4 June 2016

We enjoyed dinner on the terrace with friends from the area, who had dined there previously. We chose some of the off-menu dishes Oz offered, which were all excellent and prepared using locally sourced ingredients. The terrace offers great views over the Lot valley, which combined with the friendly ambience and great service to make a memorable evening. We will...

Thank Ian-the-Dog
Kingsbridge, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 October 2015

In May,we stayed for the second time at this small Boutique Hotel set in delightful country surroundings overlooking the River Lot. Some of the accommodation is in converted farm buildings spread around the garden as well as in a modern main building housing four rooms above the restaurant and Bar. The owners,Oz and Josephine were friendly, efficient and helpful hosts...

Bristol, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Booked here for a nights stop-over after reading reviews on TripAdvisor and are so glad we did. Firstly on booking we received a great welcoming response with careful directions on how to find the hotel which was followed up just before our booked arrival day with further helpful information. A lovely friendly greeting when we arrived in the late afternoon...

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Ann Arbor
Reviewed 14 August 2015

Spent 3 very peaceful days and nights in this lovely small B&B. Had two rooms including the beautiful Faycelles which has large window overlooking the Lot river valley to the village of Faycelles on the hill above. Both rooms very comfortable though the second quite a bit smaller. Oz cooks breakfast and dinner making good use of local ingredients. Everything...

Thank lkp17
La Grange, Illinois
Reviewed 12 July 2015

We visited the Figeac area for two days. After staying in heart of Paris, we chose a country location rather than staying in the Figeac town center. Good choice. This former farming property has been nicely converted and is very well run by Oz and Josephine. The hotel consist of a few rooms spread across a few different buildings, so...

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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 June 2015

We chose this hotel because of the excellent TripAdvisor reviews and we were so glad that we came here. We only booked a one night stay en route to our gite and wish we could have had a longer stay. We had a lovely welcome from Oz, the proprietor, who invited us to upgrade the room that we had chosen...

Thank DGarethOwen

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“La Cave does not have views but is beautiful, spacious and lovely and cool at night.”
Sulizco, 8 Aug 2016 | Read review
“We simply loved 'Faycelles' which looks out across the Lot valley to the village which gives it its name.”
  • Lounge area of the room
  • View of Faycelles across the valley from the room
  • Bathroom of 'Faycelles'
  • View from mezzanine floor where single bed located
DGarethOwen, 17 Jun 2015 | Read review
“The rooms are as per the description & photos”
532waynep, 20 Nov 2014 | Read review
“Eight rooms only - all look to be fabulous.”
RobinL202, 23 Sep 2014 | Read review
“All the rooms seam to be located in a perfect spot. Any of them would have been great for us, but we stayed at the "Faycelles" Suite and it was FANTASTIC. We hope to go back.”
1soniaf, 20 Jul 2014 | Read review
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