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Wow! What a fantastic place! Took a short break in the Dordogne and cannot get enough now! We stayed at the Auberge de Castle Merle, which was the perfect accommodation in the most beautiful surroundings. The Auberge is a family run hotel that offers a...More
This is an amazing place. Its very situation and its charming and most helpful hosts, Christopher and Anita, set the scene for the perfect sojourn. Our room was excellent, spotlessly clean and despite all attempts of the weather to create true melt-down with an unexpected...More
Response from dortdine, Propriétaire at Auberge de Castel MerleResponded 25 June 2017
This Auberge is exactly as described. Rustic, unfussy décor and with wonderful views across the valley. Christopher and Anita are charming hosts and their knowledge of the area, based on a life time living here, means that they are really well placed to describe the...More
Response from dortdine, Propriétaire at Auberge de Castel MerleResponded 22 June 2017
Hello Mark & Liz,we are delighted you enjoyed your stay with us and our special truffle breakfast.For those who have not visited our Auberge you can also order a cooked breakfast.Otherwise the breakfast buffet includes; local organic honey and organic orange juice ,our own fig...More
The Auberge is perched on top of a top of a hill and the views from all sides are spectacular,offering views of the Vezere river meandering through rolling hills and the gorgeous villages of Sergeac and St Leon. Our room was lovely and spotlessly clean...More
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Response from dortdine, Propriétaire at Auberge de Castel MerleResponded 20 September 2016
Hello,we are surprised that you did not enjoy the meal since you didn't say so at the time and you seemed very happy.There is another menu with truffle omelette and the menus change everyday.I cannot understand how you can call my wild boar stew 'Bland',maybe...More
Having visited in May we decided to fly to Bergerac and spend another week in this beautiful place. This time we had Room7 a large comfortable room off the courtyard with stone wall inside ,a large capacious wardrobe, a very comfortable bed and en suite...More
The Auberge is now B and B with cold plates and sweets only! No restaurant service! The owner after 40 years in the business has decided to concentrate on B and B. Plenty of local restaurants very close and very good!