Auberge de la Tomette
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Auberge de la Tomette
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge de la Tomette Vitrac
Travel Blogs from Vitrac
... little English spoken but we did ok understanding the menu. Phil had his favourite, an entrecôte steak and I had duck breast both delicious and full of garlic. This was followed by profiteroles to share, my favourite. Oh yes and for good measure, a bottle!!! of very nice white wine. Tomorrow it's off to the coiffure for Tess, followed by a trip to a dealers, should be interesting! as they do not speak any English. So no more loitering outside the TIC to upload the ...
Sadly, said good bye to Jan & John this morning, they had decided to move onto near where they used to live, to see old friends. We were in our dressing gowns, why do people go so early, it was only 9.30am!!!!! The weather looks good and it is quite mild again, we have a few things to get in town, in particular dog food. We have been told about a local Casino super market, which turned out to be a 15 min gentle walk. Quite a nice little shop and we were able to get ...
... and down through the town. One of the street were called Rue Sourde (deaf street). It was built as a fire break and any windows that were put into the houses were soon blocked up as very little light gets to this narrow road. Therefore no one could hear or knew what was going on, one of the first 'lovers lanes'! Returned to Pierre for a lovely cold drink and a lazy afternoon in the ...
... hotel, well known for its cuisine. We weren't disappointed. I had bisque with crayfish tails, roast duck breast with foie gras & veggies and chocolate something with walnut ice cream. Chuck had cold avocado and crab soup, stuffed chicken with mashed potatoes, and a wonderful dessert with chocolate sauce. It was awesome, as was our whole stay here. Tomorrow it's back on the ...
... we have had with any train on our journeys.
The bus trip was a delight. The scenery is just fantastic. We drove through hectares of sun flowers, which disappointingly were not yet in flower. We drove through lots of forested areas and in the distance you could see fairy book chateaux dotted about the landscape. We drove through medieval style villages, some perched atop sheer cliff faces and clustered along ...