Having stayed with Claude and Sabine previously, we returned with friends for three nights. (We liked our experience there so much, that we planned our trip to include the b&b as a base for exploring areas around Cahors and Sarlat.) Not only are the facility and the sleeping rooms beautiful, the mid-18th century home is decorated tastefully, everything about the location being inviting. Claude's English is improving (!), and as Sabine's earlier career demanded a command of English, this couple provides a casual home-like experience in the Lot region, Sabine being most helpful too in assisting with recommendations for day-trips and restaurants in the area. A special treat was the dinner that our hosts shared with us, the food being delectable, the presentation entirely welcoming.
We have stayed in many small b&b's, but especially nice here is the individual attention and the sense that our hosts genuinely enjoy welcoming guests into their home.
This is a facility that warrants planning a part of the Lot/Dordogne exploration with Le Mas Azemar as the base from which to explore the towns, local foods, and the Cahors malbec, as well as the incredible scenery and surrounding villages.