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All reviewsle commercebeautiful medieval townshady courtyardcentral squareplace to stayexcellent value for moneydouble roombastide townold styleper personwell worth a visitstartersmenusummermemorieseurosage
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Reviewed 7 July 2008

This is a lovely old French hotel that evoked memories of the days when Logis were 9FF a night! It's not that, of course, but does represent good value for money. Very little has been done to bring this place into the 21st century and it's all the better for that; I liked the creaky old staircase, the windows with shutters and even the real keys that gave away how many guests were in that night. The bed was comfortable and the room facilities sufficed. Although we hadn't arranged one, we got a wake up call from the local church bells.
What was also pleasing was the restaurant, which was nearly full, the food was good value and grande mere French. Breakfast was freshly sqeezed oranges and toast and pastries with coffee.
This is not the place for those demanding the comforts and facilities of a modern chain hotel, but a delightful stay if you want to relax in a hotel of such tradition it could almost be in monochrome.

  • Stayed: June 2008, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 June 2008

We had a pleasant four night stay in this typically French family run hotel which was recommended to us by friends who live in Mirepoix. If you want to stay in the centre of this delightful medieval town at a good price this is the place to be. Our room (No. 9) was a bit dull but had a reasonably modern bathroom with good roomy shower. Monday is market day in Mirepoix and many an English person is found dining in the hotel restaurant at lunch time. Parking is available on the forecourt or in the road nearby at no cost. Le petit dejeuner features an incredible orange squeezing machine which provides excellent fresh juice. In addition you get good coffee, croissants, jams, natural yogurt and cheese and very hard toast. Denture wearers beware!

  • Stayed: May 2008, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 30 September 2007

This place was chosen as more or less in desperation, as the town appeared completely dead with most places closed. From the outside it looks quite nice and is part of the Logis de France group. It is family run and very cheap but the general atmosphere is dingy, dark, shabby and slightly seedy. Bedroom furnishings all looked as if they could do with a good clean and the room had the ingrained musty, stale smell from previous guests' smoke. Room, bed and bathroom were all small and noisy from guests above, below and in the corridors - everything creaked and echoed resoundingly. Eating here was very much a last resort as we'd been put off by the rest of the place, but nearly everywhere else was shut. The dining room decor is holding its own despite its long journey from, I'd say ,1973 - orange being the overriding colour scheme - but the food was surprisingly nice and good value, and the staff very friendly. It was also non-smoking. Too late we discovered Les MInotiers, slightly further out of the town centre, which certainly looked nicer from the point of view of the accommodation, but I can't speak for the food.

  • Stayed: September 2007
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  • Stayed: July 2018, travelled as a couple
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Stayed: August 2018, travelled solo
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