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L'Hostellerie du Vieux Cordes

At a Glance

    Pros

  • some rooms have views of the valley (book well in advance)

    Cons

  • cramped Room 4 should be avoided
  • uphill hike to the hotel from parking area

L'Hostellerie du Vieux Cordes Review

One of famed chocolatier Yves Thuriès's lovely Cordes hotels, this 13th-century house, built around a spectacular courtyard dotted with tiny tables and shaded by a magnificent 300-year-old wisteria, has stylishly decorated guest rooms and a fine onsite eatery. Guest salons have tone-on-tone color schemes and antique accents. Downstairs, the bistro Tonin'ty has a 19th-century vibe, with delicious menus crafted around salmon and duck by Thuriès.

    Hotel Details

  • 19 rooms.
  • Closed Jan.–mid-Feb.
Updated: 02-21-2013

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