The “La Canéda” apartments are found north-east of the old town, and from there it’s a 10 to 15 minutes walk down to the old town. It’s a quite location and there are just two apartments, for two each. I’ve never gotten such a long contract for renting an apartment and never seen a such detailed inventory with list of scratches/dents, but it didn’t really matter.
The apartment was nice, with well equipped kitchen, very spacious rooms, and we very much enjoyed the outdoor swimming pool! There even is a Jacuzzi and infrared sauna, but I found it too warm to use this. There are apple and prune trees in the garden and we were allowed to pick the fruits, which was a great addition.
The owners were very nice as well and there were several information on Sarlat and the region in the apartment, which I always find very helpful.
We had a great stay in Sarlat, a beautiful bed and breakfast, La Roche Esteil. Quiet and charming green background from this place a little piece of paradise. Lodging and home owner of Sandrine and Marc very warm with very good advice on visiting the Perigord. Table hosts highly recommended for anyone who wants to eat some good products Perigord. I strongly recommend this address
nice pool, great garden, and a nice little living room with wifi access
When we visited, the hotel had just been renovated and expanded with restful grounds and a heated indoor pool and now the latest Wi-Fi connections. It is 100m north of the old town and parking is possible on the street in front. There is a copious buffet (extra) breakfast, a good bar but no restaurant (but careful dining advice). The rooms and private bath are well equipped (as expected with 3* rating). The rooms are of good size and some have balconies (higher rate?) but with no significant view.
Attentive service and touristic help. Good pool.
As a shot in the dark, we chose to stay here based on what little information is available for this wonderful restored medievel village. I'm not saying this is the best hotel to stay at but based on my family's stay, I can say we were well satisfied. The place is well maintained and clean. The female staff members were very helpful. Good breakfast is included. No elevator to our 3rd floor room. The en-suite bathrooms are clean and modern. Very quiet Absinthe bar next door. Free distant parking. Not a curbside accessible hotel --- walk 1/2 block down a beautiful cobblestone path. Genuine Old world setting. Another 1/2 block to restaurants and shopping (including twice a week street markets). The " La Villa des Consuls " appeared to be an even better place to stay--didn't stay there, but is just a few doors down from Recollettes and appeared to be a very nice place. Hope you like Canard (duck) and Pate's because that is the main course in all its forms in most of the restaurants in this wonderful place called Sarlat. Tip; Sarlat is a very good base for exploring the many wonders of this Black Perigord region of the Dordogne. For a lot of very helpful info on this area check; www.best-of-perigord.tm.fr
wondrous, beautiful medievel village
Despite only having two chimneys on the Logis de France site, this hotel is excellent value for money and very comfortable.
Accommodation in the main building or in the converted stables around the back.
Friendly and quiet surroundings only a km or so from hectic tourist packed Sarlat.
Very quiet and comfortable self-catering converted farmhouse. This is what I had in mind having never been to the French Countryside before. The gite was clean and had modern appliances which allowed us to cook breakfast before venturing out. There were 4 adults and a 11 year old in our party and we we're very comfortable. One thing to remember though is this is a "farmhouse" so there were a few bugs. We bought the plug-in type mosquito repelent and that did the trick. You'll need to bring your own towels and toilet paper, but you can buy any thing in the good sized grocery stores of Sarlat, 10 min by car.
The pool was a very welcome site after touring all day. Also just sitting outside on the patio furniture provided for each Gite was great. The owners we're very friendly, and although I spoke no French whatsoever, we could communicate. They have two small dogs which are very cute and friendly. We we're located near everything we wanted to see in the Dordogne area. The price for our 5 day stay was about 350 Euros total.
I loved this place and like Arnie says, I'll be back.
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