12 km (7 miles) east of Lascaux, Coly, 24120, France
Originally a forge, this old, ivy-covered edifice occupies a pastoral nook by the Coly River—a lovely vista to enjoy from your guest room or the impressive restaurant and less expensive bistro. The modernized lodgings have beige-fabric wall coverings and colorful curtains that match the bedspreads; four duplexes can be found in the old miller's home nearby. The restaurant (no lunch weekdays) specializes in foie gras; if you're not convinced, check out the array of it at the hotel shop.
- cozy family feel
- close to Sarlat
- bathrooms need updating
- rooms suffer somewhat from an attack of French Moderne style
Rate Includes: Closed mid-Oct.–Apr. No meals
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