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La Terrasse de Peyre
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Reviewed 28 May 2013

We booked a night at La Terrasse de Peyre for a night of a homeward trip. Having left the Pyrenees at lunchtime we arrived ready to relax and were greeted by Frederique and given a very welcomed cup of tea. We were then shown to our room, 'La Grange' and after a quick chat with Frederique about the house, we were left to our own devices till our evening meal.

The room was beautiful. Apparently the property was renovated before Frederique and Michel bought it, but this was clearly done to a very high standard and they have since dressed it in a very chic and appropriate way. We found the bed very comfortable and the room much larger than I had expected, with a small sitting area as well as a desk and chair and separate easy chair besides. Most impressive perhaps of all is the view directly of the fabulous Viaduc du Millau, which towers over the valley. This can be seen fully framed by the main window of the room, with another small window looking down the delightful village and across the Tarn as it meanders up the valley.

There is a railway line across the road and though the trains were as noisy as you'd expect a train to be, they were very small, not at all fast and only three or four passed in the evening and night while we were there, with nothing after about 7pm and nothing before the same time n the morning.

Dinner (which we had booked beforehand) was preceded by a very pleasant and convivial while spent with F & M drinking aperitifs in their salon. They are delightful people both and made us very welcome indeed, while plying us with drink and feeding us very tasty nibbles. Dinner was sublime - again with F & M we were treated as house guests and enjoyed a beautifully cooked meal and wine, all created and served by Frederique. The meal consisted of a starter of a couple of different terrines of local delicacy, followed by a breast of duck with Roquefort sauce and a local cheese and potato dish, rounded off by gorgeous cheese and salad and then a chocolate fondant with a strawberry cocktail and creme anglais. My description is probably not culinarily precise, but the meal was of a very high standard indeed and this, when added to the relaxed and interesting company, made the evening very special.

We slept wonderfully and awoke to the sight of the fresh sunshine over the Viaduc, which looks different with every change in the light. Breakfast began with a freshly baked brioche and consisted of local bread and speciality jams and I found it hard to tear myself from the table, but we had many miles to drive and needed to get on.

This is a very nicely renovated property in a delightful village, run by two very genuine and welcoming hosts. Their attention to detail cannot be faulted and we had a wonderful stay. I am only sorry that we could not stay longer. Food was first rate, easily as good as any quality restaurant and all of this with the combination of stunning natural scenery and Sir Norman Foster architecture as a backdrop.

If this sounds like a fawning recommendation then I apologise. The point is, we had a perfect stay. Oh, and the entire night, including dinner, wine, snacks and aperitifs cost us €140 for two. Fabulous!

Room Tip: I can thoroughly recommend La Grange, but I am sure the other rooms are equally wonderful.
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 September 2011

A lovely little bed and breakfast establishment overlooking the river and the famous Millau Bridge. Rooms are spacious and very comfortable and the dining patio has views to die for. The village has no restaurant so we took our helpful hosts evening meal option which provided one of our best meals in France.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
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  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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