Hotel Restaurant du Lac Logis
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Restaurant du Lac Logis Villereal
Travel Blogs from Villereal
... decked out with so many music and movie options to listen and watch in the lounge upstairs, old beams, stone walls nice place to chill out. Accommodation & food supplied in exchange for 4hrs work per day for five days. Two days off per week. Well, as usual the fencing project was more than 20hrs ( 24hrs and not quite fully completed). Fence 120 posts with netting.
No days off and with time running out on the journey ...
When we started planning our trip, our idea of the perfect accomodation was a gite filled with character and set in a small medieval village within walking distance of a boulangerie, supermarket, charcuterie and some nice restaurants. We hit the jackpot in Monpazier!! It even had well marked walking tracks to explore. The bastide is 700 years old and one of the best preserved villages in France. It ...
... for them, Mel is into cooking Asian food so first night up an Indian curry - delicious. Next night we go to a local French village to eat out, what a great atmosphere, there is music playing, lots of food caravans, we decide of local pork and pomme de terre (potatoes), with crackling!! Not health food but is was really nice with a pepper, wine sauce - Oh the french know how to make sauce. It was a great ...
After waking up late, it was sooooo quiet, no small children screaming n shouting to wake us! After Andy making us some lovely Omelettes for brunch and several cups of tea we set of to see what the village of Duras was like, we wandered through the village which seemed deserted ( like most villages in France) and into the centre where there was a pretty little centre with bars and cafés dotted around. We walked past a couple with a young girl, she looked, I looked, it was one ...
... for a new friend but it seemed to me like they were really up for making the most of their new experience. Hugs all round when we said bon nuit. Was great to see. 23 July This morning we walked into Le Coux. Bought some croissants, wrote some postcards, mailed them at the post office, had a swing (I knew we were doomed, once we discovered that playground) and walked home again. Between both his parents, Flynn got a piggy back most of the way there and back - much to ...