French Boutique Hotel run by a charming couple
Posted Sep 16, 2014
Contemporary small hotel with expensive fine dining experience, which is lovely for one evening however it is not considered the fact that you do not want fine dining for 7 nights dinner.They have an affordable Bistro, but it is only open at lunch times when you are out exploring the area .It is impossible to afford the rich, fine dining menu for 7 nights the portions are small , the wine is expensive.
However you can walk into town, but it becomes a chore to search for restaurants with limited availability, In Eyzies they are in darkness by 21.30 !!!! To have the Bistro open in the evening would be an enormous asset .It would have been useful to have been offered a B&B package at least for the week on arrival for 7 nights .