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I had rarely heard my husband speak of any hotel with such effusive compliments as he has of the Auberge Castel-Merle. We just had to return for our 5th stay because we have often dreamed of our 4 previous stays there …the gorgeous views, the...More
My husband and I have visited Castel Merle many times. It is our favourite place to stay in the area in fact we wouldn't stay anywhere else. The rooms are comfortable beautifully decorated in warm peach tones to blend with the buttery colour of the...More
A great place to stay for three nights whilst touring round the Vallee de l'Homme. Friendly and helpful hosts, lovely food, peace and quiet, great views from the panoramic terrace, and proper cups of tea(!). Our only gripes centred on the restaurant which has rather...More
Thank Simon W
Response from dortdine, Propriétaire at Auberge de Castel MerleResponded 1 June 2016
Hello Mr Windsor,I am glad you enjoyed your stay and found the Auberge 'good value'.I'm sorry you didn't appreciate the classical music which was John Dowlands' Lute Music.Otherwise on the USB key was Mozart,Bach,Brams and Vivaldi.After a meal in our restaurant our guests can retire...More
My husband and I are sorry to leave this beautiful Auberge de Castel Merle tomorrow after four lovely days. What a find! It is a little slice of heaven. The setting is breathtaking on a bluff overlooking the Vezere River. We enjoyed dinner on the...More
We had a wonderful four days stay here in spring. The hotel setting is dramatic overlooking the Vezere Valley, in Dordogne. There is beautiful scenery, history and nature at the doorstep. The people, Anita and Chris are welcoming and helpful, and the food in the...More
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The Auberge is now B and B with cold plates and sweets only! No restaurant service! The owner after 40 years in the business has decided to concentrate on B and B. Plenty of local restaurants very close and very good!