P'tit Dej Hotel Tulle
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... which doesn't actually have a chateau, but has a river running through the village and the most gorgeous little stone houses lining the streets. We stopped at a small restaurant run by an English/American woman who thankfully took pity on us peering in through the window of the closed shop, and opened it to serve us coffee. She told us about the difficulties of running a business in France, and it sounds like there is far ...
We left Issigeac and drove 200 kms through the most amazing tiny villages and towns, and through three Departments (which are like small regions) to our next destination, Meuzac. The whole area is full of Bastide towns, chateaux perched on hilltops, rivers, great farming country, and tiny roads where going more than 60km/h is almost impossible! The area is also very quiet, and many of the sights have closed down for the winter break. We stopped at ...
... been to at least have someone on the desk, and the room is usually available earlier. However when we finally checked in we couldn't complain because Juliette, one of the owners, spoke excellent English and was very welcoming. The hotel was decorated in a very contemporary style, to the extent I was concerned that our room might be like something from an Austin Power's movie!
Our room was up a set of wide, gently spiralling steps, from the 14th century, and along ...
We tried to stay an extra night in Amboise, but the hotel was full. We were supposed to drive to Limoge, but decided it was too far to go and get to see the sights we wanted to see. We made reservations for Montlucon instead.
We headed over to the Chateau in the village of Amboise. It is called Chateau Royal d Amboise. It is right in the middle of the village, up on a hill, overlooking the river. ...
... roads..... So, we meandered through lots of tiny little French villages which are all very similar - totally and utterly deserted - no sign of life at all, with a few parked cars, but no people, no lights, no open doors or windows, nary even a neon/fluoro sign to suggest that there may be living beings within.... Despite the tiny, narrow roads, apart from being scared-half-off-the-road by an escaping farmer appearing around a blind corner in his tractor with some giant bit ...