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Hotel restaurant Sarlat

hotel with gastronomic restaurant near Sarlat

The rooms of our 4-star hotel combine refinement, modernity and authenticity. In a smooth and warm atmosphere you will spend unique relaxation moments in the hotel Les Glycines. Located near Sarlat (in Périgord, France), this charming hotel restaurant welcomes you for an exceptional stay in the heart of a gastronomic region. Discover the culinary specialties of the region by visiting our gastronomic restaurant "le 1862". The chef, Pascal Lombard, will propose you a creative and gastronomic cuisine which highlights the local products. By selecting local and quality products, the chef will ensure you a meal which delight your taste buds. Don't hesitate to try the black truffle menu, wich present meals with diffrent way to enjoy black truffle.

Charming hotel with two restaurants

Near Sarlat, Les Glycines hotel has two restaurants, one is gastronomic and the other one with a bistro cuisine. The chef uses fresh and local products to guarantee you a high quality cuisine whatever the restaurant selected. "Le Bistro des Glycines" welcomes you every noon in a convivial and generous atmosphere. You will enjoy the fully open kitchen on the dining room which allows a closer relation between guests and cooks. In Sarlat, you will be able to taste the famous "Tourain" which is a kind of traditional soup made with garlic and duck fat.

Discover Sarlat

During your stay in the Hotel Restaurant Les Glycines, you will have the pleasure to go in the pretty town of Sarlat only a few kilometers away. During your walk in Sarlat you will have the pleasure to discover the castle of Losse, the manor of Gisson or the Cathedral of Saint Sacerdos. For the amateurs of walk, you will be able to discover many gardens of the city like those of Marqueyssac for example. Sarlat is full of history, you will be able to visit the castle of Puymartin which has the famous legend of the white lady. Sarlat is a city full of both historical and culinary culture.
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