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Hotel-restaurant in Sarlat

A hotel-restaurant a stone's throw away from Sarlat

Sarlat-la-Canéda, capital of the Périgord noir attracts visitors in search of history and ancient architecture, but there are many towns and villages in the Dordogne that are also worth the detour. Not far from Sarlat, on the banks of the Vézère, is the village of Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil, which is world-famous for its many prehistoric sites. It is here that you will find the hotel-restaurant Les Glycines. It was formerly a farm building, and later became a coaching inn. Today the site is a 4-star establishment which has nevertheless kept its authentic charm. The Glycines is set in two and a half hectares of gardens full of trees and flowers, in the middle of which guests can enjoy a pleasant swimming pool. 

26 chic and romantic rooms

The hotel's 26 rooms are very spacious. These include a number of junior suites with private terraces, which are particularly appreciated when staying at the hotel during the summer months. The rooms are decorated in shades of beige or pink and the furniture is in a traditional style. A chic and romantic atmosphere awaits you in these luxurious rooms. The hotel has two restaurants. The first is a gourmet restaurant where you can enjoy the products of the Sarlat region prepared creatively and with a modern take by chef Eric Jung, especially if you choose half-board during your stay at Les Glycines. The second is a bistro with a more convivial and rustic atmosphere which serves original dishes and tapas  with your pre-dinner drinks.  

Spa and discovery of Les Eyzies-de-Tayac

The hotel recently opened its spa where you can relax and enjoy a massage. The establishment is located in an exceptional setting, a stone's throw away from the spectacular cliffs of the Vézère river, upon which you can take a canoe trip. Les Eyzies-de-Tayac is an important location in the cradle of civilisation, boasting several exceptional caves. The Musée National de la Préhistoire (National Museum of Prehistory) is also to be found in the village, in a former château, and has been a tourist hotspot for nearly 100 years.  
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