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All reviews ruined church bread central staircase nice square wifi is free room overlooking the square location was perfect excellent hotel old town hotel is located dordogne cheese belfry stylish bells bikes
Lovely little and old hotel in Souillac. Stayed there for a couple of days when attending a wedding nearby and it was just what we needed. Owners were very welcoming and the breakfast full of local goods and a nice start to the day. Location...More
Lovely, Lovely place. Great Manager/owner, Amazing central staircase that just oozes stories from the centuries at you. Sit on one of the chaise longes and listen to the voices coming at you from the worn woodwork.....
Lovely rooms opposite the ruined church but do not...More
We did not apprecIate the rather tasteless and insulting tribute to UK guests by being greeted with a toilet seat depicting an image of Big Ben. In addition, running out of bread at breakfast resulting in toast being unavailable was surprising. Stay somewhere else.More
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Response from erick50, Propriétaire at Le Pavillon Saint MartinResponded June 25, 2018
Sachez que cette chambre est la préférée de nos amis britanniques ,votre commentaire est pour le moins saugrenu voire...More
Enjoyed two lovely nights at Le Pavillion St. Martin. Should have been 3, but Storm Emma left us with too little time to reach Calais. This was a great base for the Dordogne - the owners most attentive, full of suggestions for places to visit...More
Excellent hotel located in really nice square.Owners couldn't be more helpful.
Free parking located conveniently.
Breakfast is extensive and recommend, served in a lovely room with great architectural features.
The hotel is furnished in an eclectic style and non the worse for it.
Hi when we went we found it was very limited parking about 200metres away owned by hotel. It takes four cars and very tight access and exit. There is alternative public parking at the back around I think a large church so... More
Hi when we went we found it was very limited parking about 200metres away owned by hotel. It takes four cars and very tight access and exit. There is alternative public parking at the back around I think a large church so shouldn't be a problem unless very peak season. Nice town and easy access from autoroute. Have fun!