Le Troubadour

Belveyre, Rocamadour, 46500, France
Le Troubadour
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Hotels.com Booking.com Travelocity

97%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
59%
29
Very Good
34%
17
Average
4%
2
Poor
2%
1
Terrible
0%
0

N/A

Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Solo
  • Families92
  • Couples95
  • Solo100
  • Business0

More about Rocamadour

Photos

mi'smi's

The Bishop's Palace (Up) & Chateau (Way Up)The Bishop's Palace (Up) & Chateau (Way Up)

Another StationAnother Station

Out at LastOut at Last

Forum Posts

Visiting Rocamadour in October - Advice?

by rabbit2976

Hi there - I am visiting Rocamadour in October for 2 days. I was wondering, can anyone recommend good restaurants, shops, day trips, etc. in the vicinity?

Thanks!

Re: Visiting Rocamadour in October - Advice?

by Sarastro

Rocamadour is rather isolated and I doubt "day trips" will really enter into the picture. All of the hotels and restaurants are located virtually "on sight" and you should have no problem with accommodations in October.

In general, I recommend referencing the Michelin Red Guide for the best places to eat and sleep while touring France. The Red Guide is available in Libraries and good book stores everywhere.

Shops include the usual travel trinkets and not much else. The draw here is the location.

Re: Visiting Rocamadour in October - Advice?

by mcelhinnie

Well for Pete's sake what a great choice of a town to stay in! You may not want to leave. Try the goat cheese, named after the town, both fresh and aged it is an amazing difference. There is no bad area around you, it is all perfectly green and lush and October is a great time to visit. St-Cirq-Lapopie is close and pretty but is like Rocamadour. Bergerac is great. Collonges la Rouge was a neat town. The Lascauex (sp) caves are near there. Toulouse is within striking distance and just great. There are canyons to explore and rivers to raft. Cave tours ( with bats!) The food in the area is our favorite in France and should make you want to flip over in your chair. I think that Brive is kind of the big town so it may be a good choice to hunt for shops and restaurants. Wow, I wish I were going!

Re: Visiting Rocamadour in October - Advice?

by rabbit2976

Thanks so much for the ideas!

Travel Tips for Rocamadour

Walk the Town and Look Up

by hquittner

The town of Rocamadour (pop. 800) stretches out in a linear fashion, N>S, along its one very narrow street (r. Roland-le-Preux becomes r. de la Couronnerie) as it sits on a shelf on the west wall of the gorge, with the small Alzou river at its bottom. In the south end of town (the oldest part) it is paralleled by a still older street (r. de la Mercerie) which extends from the Bishop's Palace foundations to its southern gate. In all there are remains of 5 gates in town. The houses are all old and many feature flat stone roofs. Vehicular traffic is not allowed within the town, presenting logistical problems for getting here (See Transportation Tips). Vast numbers of tourists arrive for an hour or two by busses as a stop on assorted tours.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Rocamadour

Le Troubadour

Belveyre, Rocamadour

Show Prices

Les Esclargies

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

Route De Payrac, Rocamadour

Show Prices

Le Comp' Hostel

Place de L'Europe, Rocamadour

Show Prices

Best Western Beau Site Hotel Rocamadour

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Cite Medievale, Rocamadour

Show Prices

View all Rocamadour hotels

View all Rocamadour hotels

Latest Rocamadour hotel reviews

Best Western Beau Site Hotel Rocamadour
73 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 29, 2014