Lovely smoothie at 5€ friendly and speaks fair English 2 friendly Labrador dogs came out to see us. We only had a drink but it wasn't a problem
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This was the rudest and most disgraceful service I have ever received in all my life. Outrageous. My wife and I were looking for somewhere to have a coffee in the afternoon and thought the café looked nice and so we sat at one of...More
Beautiful village with a great Chateau, from the outside anyway but this restaurant was just awful. This is my second visit because I wanted to give them a second chance. How wrong was I? We ordered 3 coffees, 3 Ice Creams and a carafe of...More
Had a great lunch at Restaurant Le Donjon. Expected tourist trap food and were happily surprised by great home-made food and hosts with character. The Anglo-French (or Franco-English) couple was fun and made the experience memorable for our bilingual party of 13. Highly recommended. Roquefort...More
Stayed at this establishment for two nights as a "Smartbox" luxury two night break. The hotel was built a good few hundred years ago and has some old world charm. The rooms have been updated to include en-suite facilities but still have the vestiges of...More
I visited this café in the Summer; The owner was very friendly and helpful answering my questions about things to do in the region and the ginger ice cream was very refreshing.
I have to say, we arrived with our daughter & two little Grandaughters,visiting us from New York An English lady served us, made it obvious that the children were tolerated, made no attempt to interact with them. One a 16 month old, & a 3...More
Despite visiting this lovely French village several times I had somehow missed that Le Dongen has a beautiful atmospheric secret courtyard if you walk through the restaurant to the back. I'm not sure how I've missed it before. Lucy and Etienne are lovely Anglo French...More
With only a couple resturaunts in Bourdeilles, there's not much to pick from. Food was good, regional fare and reasonably priced.