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All reviews continental breakfast open plan hosts jan excellent coffee the ground floor comfortable bed sunday market bo film renee foot cereal aveyron sink garden towns gorge
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Reviewed 31 August 2018

Can't really fault this small hotel. A lot of effort has gone into the design of the rooms although basic, perfectly adequate for a short stay, and with a good shower. Breakfast was excellent and well recommended. Charming owners who were keen to see that we were completely happy here.

Date of stay: July 2018
Thank maxwellcarter2016
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Reviewed 8 August 2018

On our five-day hike on the paths of medieval towns in the Aveyron, we had an unforgettable evening at the Auberge Lion D'Or. A pearl of medieval chic. Wonderful dinner and good atmosphere. Very friendly and courteous hosts. Even our dog enjoyed the night in this beautiful house!
Thank you for this great moment!

Date of stay: July 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank AnnemeyW
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Reviewed 25 May 2018

Hosts Renee and Paul couldn’t do enough for us. Breakfast of ham cheese fruit yogurt and cereal with excellent coffee. Three evening meals cooked by Paul , he’s a fantastic cook. We toured the area visiting a cathedral and Museum.Very picturesque area with a fabulous Sunday market,not to be missed.

Room tip: No tip needed. Completely satisfied. Even drinking water left for us in our room.
Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank eve827
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Reviewed 3 August 2017

This small but perfectly formed hotel gets booked up well in advance. We had one of the rooms at the front of the building and you feel a little conscious of the noise made by walking around the rather creaky floors (there was another room directly below). Despite that, the room was uniquely decorated, with a variety of paintings and eclectic relics from the past. You'll spend the first half hour just looking around at the contents of the room, not wanting to miss anything! The rather open plan loo, shower and sink arrangement is decidedly continental, so you need to be on very good terms with your partner (or there's a perfectly good WC on the ground floor, if you're more reticent). The main staircase is a real experience and you wonder how many feet have passed before you on its cracked and misshapen steps.

The lounge and breakfast room (used as a set for the kitchen in 'The Hundred Foot Journey') are extremely comfortable and full of books and objets d'art that will keep you occupied every morning. The simple continental breakfast was very fresh and plentiful, with excellent coffee and good Dutch cheeses, reflecting the origin of the owners who are truly wonderful hosts. There's also a small but pretty garden at the back, with plenty of shade for sitting out in the evening. Alternatively, take the adjacent lane down to the riverside where you can paddle over a shallow ford to an island (there's a rustic waterside bar down there, too, if thirst overcomes you).

All in all, this is the ideal place to stay while you're at Saint Antonin - you soon realize why they chose to film here ...

Room tip: Rooms on the upper floor and at the back are quieter., although none are noisy.
Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Bill K
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Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

This was a lucky find, a last minute booking. From the moment we entered the narrow stone streets of this ancient village on the banks of the river Aveyron, the stage was set for two days of magic. We entered our spacious bedroom as if stepping into a movie set, beautifully furnished but not overdone. Flinging open the windows, our gaze swept across the little garden with its spreading tree and up the wooded slopes of the gorge du Aveyron. Heavenly!
Our room had all we could need, comfortable bed, hot shower, and two arm chairs for relaxing. The breakfast included was generous and our hosts Jan and Bo were charming, accessible and helpful.
This was a very special place.

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank DudleyGailPowers
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