Hotel Du Dauphine
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A small hotel with fairly basic services but highly recommended. The hotel is clean and the owners make you feel welcome the moment you step in the door. Nothing is too much trouble for. We spent 3 nights here and would not hesitate to go back. It is also about half way between the train station and the grotto - very convenient. No restaurant here but the buffet breakfast is well worth it.
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