Le livre d'or
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traveling from Paris le 16/05/2010
What a find! We were 2 families (with a kid each) and we all fall in love with this restaurant. This is a small place which really cares about your food and your experience. There are many good tables in Dordogne region, but this one was definitely the best selection we found during our trip. Each course, traditional regional cuisine using local delicacies of the season, was beautifully presented. The Décor and atmosphere was charming with a touch of class, exactly what we expected for a great restaurant in this region. Now we have found it, we will be returning next time we are in the area. Divine food, reasonably priced. Highly recommended.
David & Susan, le 7/05/2010
Beautiful hotel; our every comfort accounted for. Each of our 5 different menus were well balanced, delicious constructed by our wonderful hostess. The Foie Gras was exceptional. Well worth an exteneded stay to enjoy the hotel and good walks from the village. We would thoroughly recommend the Maison des Chanoines for a relaxing break.
Marianne et Anne Marie le 6/05/2010
Volledig natgeregend en overvallen door de ijsheiligen in een fikse sneeuwbui, werden we allerhartelijkst onthaald door madame; die onze kleren droogde. vervolgens bijzonder lekker gedineerd; dit hotel en het restaurant zijn echt een ware aanrader . Annemarie en Marjan Bilthoven; NL Warm welcome even when soaked cycling through France - diner and breakfast were excellent; strongly recommended
Pat qnd Chris Peirce Le 6/05/2010
So very typically French, excellent hospitality very friendly and obliging individual service. The cuisine should have three star rating! Hope to visit many more times in the future.
We chose Turenne because of its status as one of France's most beautiful villages and found the hotel through Trip Advisor. It's run by Chantal and Claude Cheyroux- Chantal looks after the guests while Claude prepares the most exquisite food for the small and atmospheric restaurant. - if you stay there don't even think about eating anywhere else. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, with lots of character and the village itself is a delight. The very charming Chantal has good English and will be happy to advise on your sightseeing itinerary through the many beautiful nearby villages (don't miss Collonges la Rouge...stunning). The hotel is exceptional value for money, but the restaurant is so good that you'll finish up spending as much on food as on accommodation, and it's worth every centime. Fois gras with shaved black truffles, an incredibly concentrated asparagus soup served withe finely chopped mushrooms in scrambled egg, an amuse bouche of air dried duck breast with sweet melon balls- the cooking was as good as anything we had in six weeks in France, and that's saying something. The desserts are sensational-choose fruit, walnut or chocolate and Claude will present you with a selection of flavours you won't forget in a hurry. Enough- go and taste it for yourself. Highly recommended.