Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from new york, new york
Excellent hotel in a beautiful location!Posted Sep 27, 2013
Located at the base of a beautiful village this is a charming hotel with very nice rooms and a great staff. Highly recommend it.
for Everyoneby Carol from Livingston Village, Scotland
Nice hotel in the Dordogne Lot valley.Posted Sep 15, 2013
Pros: Peaceful and quiet what more could you ask for!!
Cons: Not much except tea and coffee facilities in the room would just finish off the stay especially late at night when the lounge area is closed.
Location: We would recommend a visit to Cahors but a car is essential for getting around, watch the return journey as it is easy to take the wrong route.
Very welcome break with peace and very quiet surroundings, lovely breakfast room and leisure area. The owner gave us a nice welcome and we met the "lady manageress" bef last year who was nice and pleasant, both spoke very good english, although we were happy to try our French with them! The pool although small was adequate located within the nice setting of the vineyard. The river Lot is a beautiful area with nice boat trips along the way. Limited eating areas around the facility but a free hotel bus is provided in the evening and takes you up to Saint Cirq La Poppie restaurants.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great place for relaxingPosted Aug 15, 2013
Pros: Lovely rooms, helpful staff and the superb view
Cons: Price of breakfast and cold pool
Lovely hotel with great views of Lapopie. Very peaceful surrounding and superb rooms. The hotel also has a pool, although this could do with being warmer as everyone who got in thought it was too cold! The pool area it's self is very nice though. The hotel only does breakfast (which at over 12.00 euros a head is quite expensive) but runs a free shuttle bus every 1/2 hour up to their two restaurants in Le cirq Lapopie. It is defiantly worth going as it is unique village. Our room had a very nice bathroom and a mini bar and iPod dock, they even provide some Cd's to play. We would defiantly stay here again.
Recommendedby DK from Oxford
Posted Aug 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
well kept grounds and facilities - and a charming welcome. Stylish decor and fittings - a very pleasant stay.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great hotel for peace and quietPosted Jul 26, 2013
Pros: Very quiet location
Cons: Cost of breakfasts
Location: Rural location, on the other side of the river from the village
Expensive breakfasts, large and very comfortable bed, a lot of stairs, very friendly staff. no private outside space even though we did not have the cheapest room, great views from the bedroom window, good pool. 35 min. drive from Cahors
for Everyoneby safari747 from Australia
An exquisite & iconic property - you deserve to goPosted Jul 14, 2013
Pros: Quality & panorama of St Cirq Lapopie
Location: Prettiest village in France
A wonderful & personalised welcome > shown to our room, explaination on facilities, breakfast offering & opportunity for evening dining with complimentary return shuttle to their 2 restaurants in the village of St Cirq Lapopie. The view is extraordinary looking up to St Cirq Lapopie & our beautifully shuttered room windows opened to a full panorama across the grape vines & exceptional gardens in full summer bloom> rose, lavenders & a pristine swimming pool ! The stone work & craftsmanship in the building of this this property is exceptional - as are the interior decor of the rooms. It is all sign posted & easy to find , don't be put off that its not in the village the access is easy - or it's easily walkable from the boat lock at the base near the camping area- le plage. A privileged place for a special getaway in one of the prettiest villages & hotels that exudes class & is just as pretty !
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
Super location. Can't beat that! Gorgeous pastoral site. A shuttle takes you to the village and back for free. That's handy. Small things need to be worked on. Soundproufing is not the best but the guests are an older quiet crowd so it is ok. Not much privacy unless you close the shutters. But again the guests are mindful of that. Bathrooms are very modern looking (with italian style showers). Not practical to park your own gear anywear and it tends to get splashed everywhere. Details....the hotel is wonderful and I would definitely stay there again.
for Familiesby John from Minneapolis
A wonderful view of St-Cirq-LapopiePosted Jun 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
Though with an unorthodox layout and shower, the room was spacious and comfortable. And its view out toward St-Cirq was truly wonderful. This, along with a nice outdoor pool, a great breakfast, and a very convenient shuttle to St-Cirq, made it a perfect stay.
for Everyoneby Dan
Wonderful viewPosted May 20, 2013
Pros: The views are magnificent, The interior design is striking, if not always useful.
Cons: Not much... There was little time spent in the hotel itself.
Location: The surrounding are was a riot of color in springtime...
The hotel is in a remote region. After many miles of travel through a national forest to get there my wife was beginning to question the accuracy of the GPS and the wisdom of my decision to visit Saint Cirq La Popie. As we approached the ruins that dominate the town, my wife was delighted to see two great tour buses leaving the city. It was not the end of the earth after all! The hotel has a remarkable view of the ruins and the cliffs dominating the river. Saint Cirq is fun to walk through with pleasant shops and a relaxing pace. Whoever was on the tour buses dispersed nicely. The ruins are fun to climb and offer exceptional views. The church museum and gardens offer pleasing prospects.
Fabulous FrancePosted Oct 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is a lovely hotel. The few drawbacks are that it is out of the way and hard to find. However that also is an attraction. The rooms are lovely and quiet. It is quiet, secluded in one of the most beautiful parts of France, the Lot Valley. Its a 10 minute shuttle drive to one of the most beautiful cities in France, St. Cirq-Lapopie, and excellent restaurants. Truly a treasure.