We had not heard of Puyselci but it was near our route North. Another time we would stay longer and walk in the surrounding countryside. The hill village itself is wonderfully untouristy unlike the more well known villages and you can stroll around the old rampart walls for great views. Chez Delphine was a wonderful old house in the middle of the cobbled streets with the benefit of both garden and swimming pool, although it was not hot enough to swim. Delphine herself is very knowledgeable about the history and the area, and her English is very good too.
We had the large room on the first floor with a huge fireplace, very comfortable, large bed and an antiquated shower room but lots of hot water. Thankfully there was an excellent restaurant that was open on a Sunday evening. We would thoroughly recommend a visit.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included