Logis Le Cygne

Address: 2, rue du Cingle, Le Bugue, Dordogne Valley, Aquitaine, 24260, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2, rue du Cingle, Le Bugue, is near Chateau de Commarque, Musee National de Prehistoire, Abri du Cap Blanc, and Museum of Castel-Merle.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLogis Le Cygne Le Bugue

    Reviewed by baznjen

    Great food and very confortable

    Reviewed Apr 13, 2015
    by (1 review) , France Flag of France

    A delightful, quirky hotel near the centre of town with and unexpectedly fabulous in-house restaurant. The chef, Bruno, is a master and we had the most delicious meal. The desserts were especially memorable with homemade ice-cream to die for (the violette and rum & raisin were incredible!)and a trio of creme brulees that were out of this world! Each of them differently flavoured and so smooth - pistachio, toffee and mandarin. Our room was large and airy with a comfy bed, a couch and a peasant bathroom. A two star hotel with three star service and four star food! Loved it.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Logis Le Cygne Le Bugue

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    Travel Blogs from Le Bugue

    Quirky, charming Le Bugue

    A travel blog entry by baznjen on Apr 13, 2015

    Not quite so medieval as some of the other gorgeous little towns in this part of the Dordogne but Le Bugue has given us some unexpected pleasures - not least of them the delightful hotel Le Cygne with its fabulous restaurant and masterful chef, Bruno. We had a brilliant meal here and wondered why it didn't have a Michelin star.

    36 Years

    A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Oct 27, 2015

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    Wow, what a lot has happened in those 36 years. I can't say any more 'it seems like yesterday'! But it doesn't seem that long either. Today the weather is very similar to then, sunny and dry (although a lot warmer here) but the autumn leaves falling all around reminds us of the church grounds. Looking back we have been so fortunate in our married lives, yes we've had the odd hiccup like most, but we have 3 wonderful children, 2 with delightful partners & 2 very ...

    Exploring Gourdon

    A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Oct 26, 2015

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    ... English" country side, past a very pretty Gite and found another reference to the pilgrims way on a very old church, dated 1652 on the plaque. The church Notre Dame Des Neiges (Our Lady of the Snow) was built on the the route from Gourdon to Rocamadour. It was a delightful spot on a lazy bend with benches on the wide verges and so quiet. We are quite taken with nearly all the stone houses and barns etc, they all are so pretty and you are never quite sure if they are lived ...

    A Stroll Round Old Gourdon

    A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Oct 25, 2015

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    ... on the top of the hill. Apparently this fortress played an important part in the fights between the Plantagenets & Capets, (English & French). Gourdon is built on a hill of 860ft and overlooks the. Bouriane area and today the views were stunning. I had brought a fleece and scarf with me and Phil his Gillet and we were both boiled. From here we followed the tiny lanes and ...

    Day 5

    A travel blog entry by ladynewbury on Sep 05, 2015

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    ... I caught up on Coronation St. on Dave's tablet. Pete text me when he and Ryan were at ours feeding the cat, Dave quickly got the Yale CCTV up on his screen and we could see them getting into their car. I quickly text him back and he got out of his car and mooned! Oh I wish I had been recording it, it was so funny, Pete said it was Ryan's idea...my lovely grandson has a wicked sense of humour, that's why I love him ...