We stayed in a comfortable double room called Les Remparts with good views outside the town. Not a large room or shower room but had everything we needed. A few steep stairs to get to our room but not a problem for us. Interesting house with a pleasant owner who had produced the calligraphy and artwork in the breakfast room. A simple breakfast of coffee, croissant and pastries (no fruit) included in the price. A pity there was no fresh bread given the bakers next door. The terrace looked attractive for outside eating but we chose inside because of the weather. We parked too far away in the main village car park and should have tried to find nearer parking adjacent to the church. Would not recommend driving in the narrow cobbled streets of Perouges itself. A lovely interesting town, however.