I really was very very pleasantly surprised by this little gem. A wonderful little french getaway in such a beautiful area. The room was really good, everything in it functioning perfectly and comfortable. The bed was comfortable, and I especially liked the way the air conditioning had been integrated into the room. Clearly a lot of time and effort went into that and we slept perfectly as a result. Didier and Annie are fantastic hosts, very friendly and easy going. I was fortunate enough to taste some of Didier's cooking at special request and I have to say: WOW. Amazing food, and so much better than I had at the majority of restaurants during my entire trip. If you're going to stay here, see if he's willing to prepare something because you'll be in for a treat. It's a lovely place for walks, and there is a great atmosphere around here. Not to mention a real passion for wine, so there are plenty of opportunities to go wine tasting too. Sadly I only stayed for two nights, but my wife and I agree we will come back in future and stay much longer!…
We did not know what to expect from this B&B and felt it necessary to compliment the owners how warm and friendly they were. Nothing was too much trouble, they made us feel very welcome indeed. Breakfast is nice with fresh bread/ccroissant and wonderful home made jam! If we were not sure about where to visit in the area they had a mind of information especially the local wines! The B&B is clean and very homely. If you have difficulty in climbing stairs it might be advised to ask for a room on the ground floor.
Our 2nd visit to this small B&B. We received a warm welcome even though the owners were occupied with the grape harvest. Rooms are nicely equipped. Nice breakfast at a large communal table (though we were the only guests this time). Tautavel is small and the accommodation is located at the heart of the village. The owner who originates from the Paris region has plenty of tips on restaurants (we warmly recommend Le Silex) and where to buy wine. Dogs are also very welcome as our Bernese will vouch for.
We stayed at the B&B for 7 nights. The owners are very friendly, helpful and makes you feel very welcome. The breakfast is very good and most often for us included homemade abricot-muffins and is enjoyed at the terrace of the owners room. The husband speaks good English and gave us advise on our trips during the day every morning - never failed to impress us! The rooms are clean and reasonable priced. The only thing we missed during our stay is a terrace/balcony connected to our own room (which we of course know was not a part of what we booked) - this was however outweighed by other elements and we really recommend this B&B!
We spent three nights here, with our dog, in the one bedroomed gite. The location suited our purpose (anniversary dinner at Auberge du Cellier in Montner), the owners were delightful and very helpful. The "gite" was clean and very well equipped (coffee, sugar, paper goal etc supplied) Slight downside was that the shower room W.C. under the stairs was a bit constricted. Major downside was nothing against the property but the number of large dogs wandering uncontrolled and their "leavings" all over the village. Sunday we ate a good meal (recommendation of owner) at L'Os en Bouche, unfortunately nowhere local was open on a Tuesday in May. At 60 euros a night for a one bedroomed apartment. It was very good value. We may well be back.