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Le Logis des Grives

At a Glance

    Pros

  • the rusticity is more relaxing than the full-on Guérard treatment
  • finest country cooking in the land a few yards away

    Cons

  • slight sense of gated community overprotection
  • isolated from village life
  • only for those on an elite budget

Le Logis des Grives Review

With four superb suites for the lucky first-comers, Michel Guérard's delightfully recreated old coaching inn, set at one end of their Prés d'Eugénie fiefdom, is meant to be a more rustic alternative to their main flagship. At the inn's restaurant, La Ferme aux Grives, Grandmother's cooking is given a nouvelle spin, and nearly everything is authentique—even the suckling pig turns on a spit in the fireplace. Nature's bounty and la cuisine du terroir are the central themes. Inside, your eyes feast on the decor, too: a banquet table is laid out with vegetables and breads, darkened beams cast romantic shadows, and hunting paintings cover the walls.

    Hotel Details

  • 4 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Closed Jan. 4–Feb. 12.
Updated: 04-09-2014

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