For 150 euros a night for 2 people, here's what you get: 1)A room at the Inn with a double bed and private bath 2) A very generous continental breakfast 3) DINNER. And let me tell you about dinner. First, there was appertiffs and appetizers including quail legs and mussels in Pernod broth. Then came the chilled melon soup with goat cheese. Next was the bacon wrapped monkfish with dill cream sauce, or was it, the Dijon herb encrusted rack of lamb. We finished with berries in a cherry beer-sabayon sauce. And did I mention that it all comes with red and white Bordeaux wines that Luc, a trained chef and sommelier, hand selects from his wine cellar.
The place is a 300 year old farm house that is surrounded by endless vineyards. The walls are thin and you can hear people talking dowstairs. You need a GPS to find the place. We were set up to stay there by Gourmet Touring (also highly recommended- see my other reviews) who provided us with a rental car equipped with directions to La Petite Source already pre-programmed in. Luc and Melinda are wonderful hosts, who speak perfect English, and if you just want to chill out in the back yard, he'll sell you bottles from his wine cellar cheaper than the local wineshops. We also went to the local market in Creon one day and Luc gave us a cooking class. Highly recommended if you're looking for something special that is way off the beaten path.