TOP RESTAURANT SELECTION
Getting rave reviews and giving the nearby Moulin de l’Abbaye a run for its money.
The French are flocking to eat the new menus prepared by rising star chef Julien Dayre.
Sumptuous cuisine, impeccable service, a panoramic view over the city of Bergerac… What’s not to like? [Read our full review here.]
This bijou hotel has two restaurants, both serving gourmet dishes from the Périgord. The Restaurant Eléonore is a small, intimate restaurant situated inside the hotel, and their Bistrot 2, just a short stroll away, serves contemporary French food.
Fresh Périgordine produce prepared and cooked with flair and imagination. The hot ticket in a city with a huge choice of tables.
Summer dining on the terrace is a must at this Relais et Châteaux establishment which gets five-star Trip Advisor reviews.
Refined, contemporary dining with an emphasis on local ingredients gives this former relais de poste its reputation.
People come here for a special lunch or dinner. Eric Vidal has held his Michelin star since 2008.
Sit outside on a warm day and soak up the ambience as you eat classic French dishes with a twist at this Bergerac stalwart.
TOP HOTEL SELECTION
Old coaching inn with a contemporary design twist, restaurant (see above), spa, pool and bistro – the best place to stay near Les Eyzies.
A beautifully restored property perched on a stunning hillside location, with pool and restaurant – here it’s all about relaxation.
The perfect place to stay for those wanting to explore the idyllic Perigord area with just 17 bedrooms and a welcoming team of welcoming owners and friendly staff. All bedrooms have their own flat-screen TVs , coffee & tea facilities, safety-box and free WiFi.
French Renaissance château with wonderful bedrooms and lounges, a huge pool and a pleasant restaurant.
Charming and elegant rooms await you in this impressive 18th-century château not far from Périgueux. Terraces, gardens, pool and gourmet dining, it has it all.
Visit in May to experience the best of the wonderful rose gardens, or any time of year for country charm on the banks of the Vézère.
Stylishly converted mill not far from Brantôme. Dining in the romantic restaurant or on the riverside terrace adds to the appeal.
Elegance and bucolic charm throughout the house and gardens, and a top-notch restaurant (see above).
A bit of a find. Affordable and comfortable rooms close to Sarlat. Heated swimming pool a bonus.
From France Today magazine
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