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Lou Cigaloun Hotel
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Reviewed 8 August 2012

The hotel offers a good quality restaurant with a family-run feel. There is a nicely decorated interior and a simple terrace to choose from - given the warm summer temperatures we chose the terrace (like everyone else). The service was friendly (the waiter speaks excellent English if you need help) and the 'challenge' of two vegetarians was well met by a very co-operative attitude. I was particularly impressed (and relieved) when one of our group's request for 'a nice bottle of wine' resulted in the arrival of a good local wine and at a reasonable price (in some restaurants, simply asking for a 'a nice bottle of wine' can be considered rather brave and might leave one's wallet in a state of shock). The dishes were well presented and greatly enjoyed (you know everyone is happy when they start offering you tastes of their dishes). This restaurant had been shut down for some time a couple of years ago and the current establishment has only the building in common with the previous incarnation - so you can safely ignore older reviews. This is a restaurant worth visiting.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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4  Thank MCPauloD
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Reviewed 7 May 2012

I have been to this place about 5 times since the new owners took over. And everything has changed for the better. The new owners are a young couple. They speak perfect english (and french of course) and the wife is an excellent cook. The food is french style, and the wine is local.
If you want try a place with food made with great passion, its really worth a visit.

The new owners has done a fantastic job. Go there, instead off the more touristic places.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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4  Thank Henrik S
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Reviewed 7 August 2009

We stayed here for 2 nights as part of a Provence cycling holiday. The dinners were good, breakfast is sparse and we had to track down owner in bar chatting to his pals both mornings to get it! No fans or air con and heat stifling, you can't open patio doors as mozzies are rife from pool in park behind hotel where local youth congregate and make noise also. A booked a twin room which consisted of a double bed and a tiny childs bed up against a wall. Not ideal for an adult trying to sleep comforably in it.Our waitress and her pals took over the small hotel pool divebombing it from road level above of 5M appox. height so you can imagine the noise/ splashes that creates. We thought she or owner would cop on and appreciate its inappropriate for that sort of behaviour whilst hotel guests are present and wishing to use pool after long days cycle but no!! There are no pool loungers only cheap half-broken garden chairs round pool so guess it would not have been that relaxing without the divebombing, wet books etc. Male owners attitude was very indifferent to point of rude even though we made effort to always speak French best we could. We even tried to soften him by offering to walk the lovely hotel dog to no avail. Tip- keys are kept beside open front desk right beside front door which is rarely manned don't hand your room keys in. They also wanted to store our bags pre-collection by this desk in full view of passers by- this is a sleepy village but don't think your insurance would accept that as a defence should their be an opportunistic thief on the go.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Wee_Minx33
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Reviewed 10 February 2018
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  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled on business
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Reviewed 8 October 2017
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  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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