Hotel de Selves
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de Selves Sarlat-la-CanÚda
Travel Blogs from Sarlat-la-CanÚda
... slaughtered by the Germans. They then burned the village and buried the bodies in a mass grave. The village has been kept exactly as it was after the Germans left it. It was very sobering to see. You can see the marks in the wall where the bullets hit. There is a memorial in the village graveyard to commemorate this event.
We left there, very sad, and let our views of the countryside lighten ...
... really muggy as we set off. Our start was quite funny as Sue realised she was not riding her bike - in the set up of bikes Jan's panniers had been put on Sue's bike and visa versa. We had only just turned the corner around the hotel when Sue realised. We took every opportunity to stop at the top of the hills - have a quick drink and a breather before tackling the next hill. We called into St Amand de Coly and visited the 12C abbey - it ...
Late morning start followed by an amazing buffet breakfast. This is the first time there have been tarts and an egg machine where you can boil your own egg and have it hot. Most boiled eggs offered in the hotels so far have been cold. Outside the hotel is a square - mainly used for parking. At the end of it are 4 rubbish bins - a couple are for recycling. They are your average looking rubbish bins - about 2m high. This morning when the garbage truck came the ...
... hundred metres further along were two other people with a hunting dog with a bell - the dog was racing in and out of the grass on the side of the road - he had a scent of some sort. About another 5 min on we came across about 10 more flouro shirted people - out for the Sunday hunt. Sue tried to ask them what they were hunting for - but the hand signals and sounds effects didn't help this time. We arrived at Montignac before lunch and our room wasn't ready so we found ...
... after wine tasting too. The chateaux had beautiful grounds and was a a public park - and looked so inviting. We wheeled our bikes in and found a good little posse under some trees and unloaded our picnic supplies. We even had a a local bottle of wine to enjoy with lunch. This is the life! A groundsman wandered over and chatted to us in French - we were not sure if was telling us we shouldn't be picnicing or if ...