Hotels Near Combe Du Paysan In Cahors

5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.23km from Combe du Paysan
This Campanile Hotel is situated 3 km from Cahors town centre and is only a 5-minute drive from the A20 motorway. It offers air-conditioned accommodation with free Wi-Fi access and free parking on site.Each room at the Campanile Cahors is equipped with a private bathroom, cable TV, a desk, a telephone and tea and coffee making facilities.Guests can enjoy regional cuisine in the air-conditioned Campanile Cahors Restaurant. The hotel also provides a 24-hour reception.From the Hotel Campanile Cahors guests can explore the Lot Valley and visit the Valentré Bridge and the Saint-Etienne Cathedral. The Cahors Train Station is just 3 km away.
FromUS$72
3.5/55 Reviews
0.31km from Combe du Paysan
"Economical hotel for business and pleasure. Easily reached by the A20 motorway from Paris or Toulouse, close to the city centre and its historical heritage, the Ibis Budget Cahorsl Hotel welcomes you for your professional or tourist stays. The hotel of fers 77 air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi. Arrive anytime, car park, swimming pool and optional on site dining."
FromUS$56
3.7/510 Reviews
0.42km from Combe du Paysan
This hotel is well worth considering, my night stay there came to under £30 including a really good fresh breakfast with excellent coffee in a really tastefully set out eating room. Bed was clean and comfortable, kettle in room with selection of drinks was a welcome bonus. TV channels include the Be-in sports, three German and some Spanish broadcasters. Good size room as well as large shower, plenty of full strength hot water what more really do you look for? the furniture in room maybe showing some sign of age but there was lots of shelf space. Whatever negatives you might preconceive about this hotel I assure you would be more than compensated for by the things the owners have concentrated on; left this hotel definitely feeling refreshed with sense the people who run it cared unlike some of the large chains you can stay at.
FromUS$61
2/55 Reviews
1.43km from Combe du Paysan
Property Location Located in Cahors, Domaine de la Rode Buze is within the vicinity of Cahors Cathedral and Place Jean-Jacques Chapou. This bed & breakfast is within the vicinity of Pont Valentre and Les Docks. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 5 guestrooms featuring microwaves and minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Amenities Enjoy recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and an outdoor tennis court. Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at Table d'hôte serving guests of Domaine de la Rode Buze. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 8 AM to 9 AM.
FromUS$70
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.1km from Combe du Paysan
This hotel is delightfully old fashioned with touches of Art Deco and Art Nouveau. Room 2 was very large with a good bed and well fitted bathroom (even the taps had blue balls on the end of each arm!) The restaurant "Le Ballandre" served us an excellent meal on the first night so we decided to eat there again the following night. Unfortunately the menu (with 3 choices for each course) was exactly the same, even including the amuse-bouches, and it was difficult to find service in the bar. The restaurant was full to bursting because it was Saturday and unfortunately there did not appear to be enough staff to maintain a decent level of service. The carpacio of langoustines had no flavour and the beef was served bleu (we were not asked). The garage parking was a bonus. Would stay again.
FromUS$86
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.38km from Combe du Paysan
The hotel is located a short walk from the Pont Valentre. The reception team were helpful. My room was large and clean with everything I needed. A fridge was available along with a kettle, but no tea and coffee were provided. An iron was able to be borrowed from reception. The shower was powerful and amenities were provided. Whilst the hotel is no frills it is a comfortable, clean and very cost effective option for those exploring the surrounding area. I would happily stay again.
FromUS$66
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.38km from Combe du Paysan
Apart from the complete lack of flexibility with checking out it was excellent. The location is 3 min walk from train station. It is a close walk to centre of Cahors (10 min) and closer to the gorgeous bridge. No need for VERY expensive taxis. We came from Deltours which was very bad for almost the same price. In fact we left early it was so bad so we happy that we had such a nice stay for 60E a night. Big beds, comfortable, bathroom was great, breakfast at 8.50E was worth it and full air con. Great value for money. Reception spoke English and other languages...
FromUS$60
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.55km from Combe du Paysan
We had requested in advance to be given a room with a nice view (for photographic purposes) of the river and the Mediæval Valentré Bridge which is one of the major attractions in the town of Cahors. “We are happy to let you know we have been able to accommodate your request”, came the reply, and we were quite satisfied about that. However, what they DON’T tell you (but you realize soon enough upon arrival) is that ALL rooms offer a view of the river and the bridge, so there really was no reason to overplay the “favor”... especially since some rooms do offer a better view (those on the second, or top floor, and preferably beginning with small numbers), but they actually gave us one of the worse ones (on the first floor, almost at the far end of the hotel from the Mediæval bridge)! Anyway, don’t bank on any of those rooms to take great photos of that bridge, because another thing they don’t tell you is that the view is substantially blocked by the foliage of the trees lining the bank of the river...! The room size is OK, with nice little balconies with folding table and chairs, but bathrooms are too small and there is markedly not enough space to lay out toiletries. Bedding is good, but storage space in cupboard is rather limited Overall a good hotel... particularly if you get the right room (!). Staff is welcoming, accommodating and professionally courteous. They sent back some stuff we had forgotten in our room's safe via UPS, as per our request (we were charged for this, as expected). Maybe they slightly overdo coronavirus precautions, but that’s OK: better (extra) safe than sorry. The restaurant, however, is another affair entirely. First, they have no chef, and no kitchen staff to speak of on the premises. Dishes come from a caterer and some are frozen (they are quite straightforward about that). That’s quite unusual for a 4-star hotel (but remember that all hotels went up one star a few years ago when the French classification system was overhauled), but it could surely be made to work fine with the appropriate logistics and care. I’m not sure those are in place, though. First, on the one night we had dinner at the hotel (we didn’t want to repeat the experience), an appalling number of dishes were “out of stock” on the already short menu, and some of the missing ones were only disclosed to us once we had the bad fortune to order them. Then, those that finally arrived were sad little things poorly arranged on a plate, canteen-style, no garnishes, no artistry of any kind whatsoever. They tasted good, but looked miserable (see our two photos). The duck rillettes were served in the can! That “restaurant” is clearly set up with minimal interest and care, and only because 4-star hotels are required to have one as per regulations. This one barely deserves its name: to be avoided! There are much better choices available in town. As usual, be careful and check the bill BEFORE you settle it: they may mistakenly charge for brea
FromUS$146
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
3.33km from Combe du Paysan
Hubby and I stayed at this hotel on the way home from Spain back through France to the UK. We hadn't planned this overnight stop but booked it over the phone en route and were very pleasantly surprised. We paid a little extra for a room overlooking the river which was worth it. Very nicely kept hotel with it's own very nice restaurant. Parking available for a few euros although not gated. Very close to the town centre which is well worth the visit. We ate in the restaurant that night and had a very good meal and also had breakfast which was well presented. They serve an 8.50 wine buffet menu which means you can go and get however many glasses of wine with your meal that you want. Very good value for money indeed and friendly staff on reception who spoke good English.
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Hotels Near Combe Du Paysan In Cahors Review

4.1/510 Reviews
Hubby and I stayed at this hotel on the way home from Spain back through France to the UK. We hadn't planned this overnight stop but booked it over the phone en route and were very pleasantly surprised. We paid a little extra for a room overlooking the river which was worth it. Very nicely kept hotel with it's own very nice restaurant. Parking available for a few euros although not gated. Very close to the town centre which is well worth the visit. We ate in the restaurant that night and had a very good meal and also had breakfast which was well presented. They serve an 8.50 wine buffet menu which means you can go and get however many glasses of wine with your meal that you want. Very good value for money indeed and friendly staff on reception who spoke good English.
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FromUS$75
3.7/510 Reviews
This hotel is well worth considering, my night stay there came to under £30 including a really good fresh breakfast with excellent coffee in a really tastefully set out eating room. Bed was clean and comfortable, kettle in room with selection of drinks was a welcome bonus. TV channels include the Be-in sports, three German and some Spanish broadcasters. Good size room as well as large shower, plenty of full strength hot water what more really do you look for? the furniture in room maybe showing some sign of age but there was lots of shelf space. Whatever negatives you might preconceive about this hotel I assure you would be more than compensated for by the things the owners have concentrated on; left this hotel definitely feeling refreshed with sense the people who run it cared unlike some of the large chains you can stay at.
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FromUS$61
4.5/510 Reviews
We had requested in advance to be given a room with a nice view (for photographic purposes) of the river and the Mediæval Valentré Bridge which is one of the major attractions in the town of Cahors. “We are happy to let you know we have been able to accommodate your request”, came the reply, and we were quite satisfied about that. However, what they DON’T tell you (but you realize soon enough upon arrival) is that ALL rooms offer a view of the river and the bridge, so there really was no reason to overplay the “favor”... especially since some rooms do offer a better view (those on the second, or top floor, and preferably beginning with small numbers), but they actually gave us one of the worse ones (on the first floor, almost at the far end of the hotel from the Mediæval bridge)! Anyway, don’t bank on any of those rooms to take great photos of that bridge, because another thing they don’t tell you is that the view is substantially blocked by the foliage of the trees lining the bank of the river...! The room size is OK, with nice little balconies with folding table and chairs, but bathrooms are too small and there is markedly not enough space to lay out toiletries. Bedding is good, but storage space in cupboard is rather limited Overall a good hotel... particularly if you get the right room (!). Staff is welcoming, accommodating and professionally courteous. They sent back some stuff we had forgotten in our room's safe via UPS, as per our request (we were charged for this, as expected). Maybe they slightly overdo coronavirus precautions, but that’s OK: better (extra) safe than sorry. The restaurant, however, is another affair entirely. First, they have no chef, and no kitchen staff to speak of on the premises. Dishes come from a caterer and some are frozen (they are quite straightforward about that). That’s quite unusual for a 4-star hotel (but remember that all hotels went up one star a few years ago when the French classification system was overhauled), but it could surely be made to work fine with the appropriate logistics and care. I’m not sure those are in place, though. First, on the one night we had dinner at the hotel (we didn’t want to repeat the experience), an appalling number of dishes were “out of stock” on the already short menu, and some of the missing ones were only disclosed to us once we had the bad fortune to order them. Then, those that finally arrived were sad little things poorly arranged on a plate, canteen-style, no garnishes, no artistry of any kind whatsoever. They tasted good, but looked miserable (see our two photos). The duck rillettes were served in the can! That “restaurant” is clearly set up with minimal interest and care, and only because 4-star hotels are required to have one as per regulations. This one barely deserves its name: to be avoided! There are much better choices available in town. As usual, be careful and check the bill BEFORE you settle it: they may mistakenly charge for brea
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FromUS$146
4/510 Reviews
Apart from the complete lack of flexibility with checking out it was excellent. The location is 3 min walk from train station. It is a close walk to centre of Cahors (10 min) and closer to the gorgeous bridge. No need for VERY expensive taxis. We came from Deltours which was very bad for almost the same price. In fact we left early it was so bad so we happy that we had such a nice stay for 60E a night. Big beds, comfortable, bathroom was great, breakfast at 8.50E was worth it and full air con. Great value for money. Reception spoke English and other languages...
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FromUS$60
4/510 Reviews
The hotel is located a short walk from the Pont Valentre. The reception team were helpful. My room was large and clean with everything I needed. A fridge was available along with a kettle, but no tea and coffee were provided. An iron was able to be borrowed from reception. The shower was powerful and amenities were provided. Whilst the hotel is no frills it is a comfortable, clean and very cost effective option for those exploring the surrounding area. I would happily stay again.
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FromUS$66
4.2/510 Reviews
This hotel is delightfully old fashioned with touches of Art Deco and Art Nouveau. Room 2 was very large with a good bed and well fitted bathroom (even the taps had blue balls on the end of each arm!) The restaurant "Le Ballandre" served us an excellent meal on the first night so we decided to eat there again the following night. Unfortunately the menu (with 3 choices for each course) was exactly the same, even including the amuse-bouches, and it was difficult to find service in the bar. The restaurant was full to bursting because it was Saturday and unfortunately there did not appear to be enough staff to maintain a decent level of service. The carpacio of langoustines had no flavour and the beef was served bleu (we were not asked). The garage parking was a bonus. Would stay again.
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FromUS$86