Just loved this place. After a recommendation from friends I contacted Monsieur Toulemon and straight away received personalised service. This never ceased. We spent seven days in Sarlat, where we met up with long time friends from Wales. We all love to drive exploring hidden villages, historical sites and back roads. Every morning Pierre Henri would suggest an itinerary, all of which were fascinating. The building itself is very old but very comfortable. The rooms were spacious and we had everything we needed: fridge, a vast collection of books and brochures and more. Our room had a small balcony that overlooked the main square which was busy day and night. Always something to look at: markets, performers, locals, tourists and more. Breakfasts were always interesting with Pierre Henri's eclectic collection of teapots and milk jugs! If you are looking for a reasonably priced bed in the heart of beautiful Sarlat, you cannot go past La Maison du Notaire Royal.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- My residence will welcome you in the heart of the medieval city which is the first town in France fot its density of historic monuments per hectare. Built upon XIIth century foundations, my dwelling is composed of 3 separate houses brought together by a front portal in the XVIIth century as well as a flight of stairs situated on the very place of an ancient blind alley leading to the ramparts.A garden and a private terrace give you access to the bedrooms throught the passing of the ancient rempart of the medieval city. Grounfloor self-contained entrance, no staircase to have access to the bedroom. ... more less