0.45km from La TourmalineMy husband is a Francophile and loves to discover new and interesting villages and places to stay. Before he made a booking, he said "you will love the place I have chosen for our overnight stay. Its a town called Figeac and the hotel looks really pretty and just the type of place we like to stay." He was absolutely right. We missed the narrow turning into the unobtrusive street for the hotel but after doing a U-turn and swearing at Sat Nav, we found it. Everything about the area was perfect. Cobbled, narrow streets, stunning medieval architecture and No 14 was in a quiet, residential square with a gate opening onto a small garden that looked welcoming and charming. It bore a strong resemblance to my own garden, full of pretty plants, a wall mounted fountain and the same type of ornaments that I have - cockerels, butterflies and bistro tables and chairs. We loved the location of the hotel for its quietness. The decor inside the hotel is tasteful and elegant and the room was clean and pretty. The bed was extremely comfortable and the bathroom was roomy and perfect for a disabled person. Breakfast was a buffet of fruit, meats and cheeses or cooked if you desired. The hotel doesn't serve dinner but the town has a myriad of restaurants nearby to choose from. The couple who run the hotel are charming, hospitable and very friendly. There is a car park for guests but we parked illegally right outside. As Madame said: Monsieur Le Flick doesn't work at weekends so you are relatively safe until monday morning." We loved everything about the hotel and Figeac and I am sure we will make a return trip. If you like different and interesting, this is definitely the place for you.