Clos La Boetie

95-97, Avenue de Selves, Sarlat-la-Canéda, Dordogne Valley, Aquitaine, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 95-97, Avenue de Selves, Sarlat-la-CanÚda, is near Les Jardins de Marqueyssac, Chateau de Beynac, Sarlat Market, and Vézère Valley Caves.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsClos La Boetie Sarlat-la-CanÚda

    Reviewed by agregor

    Quant lovely hotel with spa close to medieval centre, far enough from a crowd

    Reviewed Jun 29, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , Russia Flag of Russia

    Quant lovely hotel with spa close to medieval centre, far enough from a crowd.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by tc-mike-travels

    nice and comfortable

    Reviewed May 25, 2011
    by (26 reviews) San Mateo , United States Flag of United States

    great rooms and amenities...wonderfully comfortable beds...great breakfast and good location

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Clos La Boetie Sarlat-la-CanÚda

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Sarlat-la-CanÚda

    The Dordogne River Valley & Castlenaud

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... of the history, making and use of various items such as armor and the trebuchet are playing with English subtitles. It is all very interesting to learn that the architecture of a castle was driven by the latest weapons it needed to defend against. Knights wore chain mail in the 11 and 12th centuries but went to full suits of armor a shock weapons such as the Mace came into use. It took 1 week to polish a full suit of armor ...

    Visiting Prehistoric Caves

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 06, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the white limestone. One drawing shows where a dark line was used to outline the animal before it was engraved. There are a few representations of people but they are mostly just fertility symbols scattered randomly amongst the animals. The person doing the engraving would have been crouching or laying on their back with only an animal fat “lamp” for light. Our tour lasts about 45 minutes going deeper and deeper into ...

    Canoeing the Dordonge and the Market in Sarlat

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 05, 2014

    11 photos

    ... we head to town for the day. We take our bag to buy strawberries, olives, zucchini, tomatoes, and a baguette. We stroll the shops and wish we had room to buy souvenirs and gifts for family at home. There’s so many wonderful, unique items in the market but it is just too expensive to ship things back to the states. We stop for a salad for lunch and the people next to us turn out to be from Colorado. What a small world. After ...

    The Market and Chateaux

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 02, 2014

    9 photos

    ... lowered from the ceiling. When she died he buried her in a vault in the wall. The story is true and I can imagine why she would want to haunt the place.

    We head home, being careful on the narrow winding roads. We’ve seen a lot of smashed up cars. Head on collisions seem to happen frequently. The main roads aren’t bad but the French drive fast and on a narrow road they are often across the line – if there is ...

    Getting Started in the Dordogne

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 30, 2014

    6 photos

    ... discovered by a young boy chasing his dog who was chasing a rabbit. The rabbit and dog went down a hole so the boy followed. The cave was 17,000 years old and covered in 3 colored cave art. It had been sealed with 98% humidity for all that time and the art was pristine. Soon archeologists and eventually tourists were visiting the cave in huge numbers. In just a few years the drawings began to fade, crystals ...