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HOTEL NICE GARDEN 
NICE
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Here's a delightful, modest hotel with an exeptionally warm welcome, correct pricing and a matchless ambience that brings guests back year after year. Think of the Nice Garden Hotel as a little bit of home from home. It's in a smart, residential area, with plenty of shops and restaurants nearby, yet the location is surprisingly quiet since all rooms overlook the petit jardin (the hotel’s star feature)...

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AUBERGE DU FEL 
LE FEL
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ROUERGUE Here’s an hotel for purists. The serene location is just one of the Auberge du Fel's several assets. A hamlet with flower-bedecked cottages nudging its narrow lanes. Wonderful views over the chestnut forests and pleached vineyards to the Auze valley below. Good-sized bedrooms which have been tastefully renovated by Elisabeth Albespy, the charming owner. Her cuisine, served in the panoramic restaurant, brings a subtle degree of innovation to traditional recipes...

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HOTEL DU MIDI-PAPILLON 
ST-JEAN-DU-BRUEL
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ROUERGUE A delightful hotel that has an incredibly loyal following, thanks to the hospitality which the good-humoured Papillon family have been offering for nigh-on four generations. The setting, in a quiet side street at the heart of the village, is beside a medieval bridge. And the warmth of welcome and quality of the cuisine plus the genial buzz from the scores of regular guests create a mood of contented gratitude, enhanced no doubt by the unbelievable value...

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HOTEL LE BELLE RIVE 
NAJAC
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ROUERGUE The Belle Rive is a good, straight-forward Logis de France hotel that has been in the hands of the same dedicated family for five generations. Hence the professionalism and savoir faire which bring regular visitors back year after year. It stands on the banks of the Aveyron river just over a mile from Najac, the most attractive of all the bastide villages. It’s a friendly place, too...

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HOTEL DU VIEUX PONT 
BELCASTEL
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ROUERGUE The Vieux Pont stands at the heart of medieval Belcastel, another of those ‘plus beaux villages de France’. A narrow, 15th century stone bridge connects the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant with its accommodation. The bedrooms are in a converted barn, hidden behind trees on the opposite bank. The setting alone is tear-jerkingly romantic. Indeed this is one of the most adorable hotels that it has been our good fortune to discover...

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