This is housed in lovely old building looking out onto a pretty garden and courtyard at the back. It has a swimming pool, small but probably very welcome in the hot weather. Once again as with so many hotels on this trip, the price you pay for your room differs wildly. We paid for a normal double room but found it very small and not good value for money. The staff were polite. The breakfast room small and cramped but the food good. Fresh orange juice a delight. It is close to the old town and our room was very quiet. The wifi is good. There is no bath or bidet only a shower and broken hair dryer and the room was very very cramped but pretty looking.
Stayed here for my wedding night as a gift from friends. It was lovely, the room was light and airy and everything was immaculate. The owners left us a bottle of champagne and the next morning we had a lovely breakfast on the terrace and would heartily recommend Les Ramparts to anyone.
We stayed here one night at the end of our French trip. We didn't eat in the restaurant which, judging from other reviews, was a pity. We ate instead in a restaurant in the extremely sleepy village - a nice experience nonetheless and excellent value. The hotel took a little bit of finding. It had plenty of charm and our room was at the top of on old tower. There is a nice old church next door and an open outlook across the countryside. There's also a swimming pool but we didn't use it. The room was very comfortable and the owners are English.
We stayed at Les Remparts for four nights, initially because it is near to the Domaine at which we rent vines and we had come for the harvest celebrations. However it was immediately apparent that we had found a gem,from the warm welcome from the English owners,through the spacious and comfortable room to the delightful restaurant . We had an upstairs front room with a superb view over the valley,plenty of storage space for luggage and comfortable beds. We ate in the restaurant on the first and second nights, with vineyard events on the other two, otherwise we would certainly have investigated the menus further. The food was imaginative,very tasty and well presented, with special mention going to the chefs own style of duck confit,which was much less fatty than usual.There were also good reasonably priced local wines,one of them produced less than a mile from the town.Breakfast was good value,with optional extras,as well as the usual continental fare. If you are there on a Saturday dont miss the large and varied market at St Foy la Grande, about twenty minutes away.…
We stayed for one night in this lovely place. It's so peaceful and pretty, a real getaway. The owners and staff were very welcoming and the evening meal was delicious - starters included smoked salmon with crayfish tails, and thai-style queen scallops. Mains were rack of lamb, and confit of duck, - rich but much less fatty than usual, then a really delicious dessert of parfait rolled in amaretti and amaretto, served with chocolate sauce and fresh berries.... The chef also kindly rustled up a lovely hot meal for our son at an earlier time which was great. Room was pleasant and situated in the ancient former religious buildings, lovely pines all around the church just outside was lit up at night. Would definitely hope to stay here again. Enjoy!