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Moulin de Conques -Hotel de Charme is located 2625 feet from the medieval village of Conques, near the Dourdou River in Aveyrom. It has an outdoor swimming pool and offers en-suite accommodations. The hotel is a about 400 meters from Conques and sits on a small river that is frequent by wildlife. The room was clean, large and functional. We has a great view from our balcony. The restaurant was amazing. There is no menu. They ask what you like and don't like and plan accordingly. We were both impressed with the creativity and quality of each dish. The staff is very help as well.
Grand Vabre Nature is located in Conques and offers a restaurant, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a bar. Friendly hosts and home-made pizzas. Kid-friendly swimming pool, ping pong table, football pitch and easy access to the river. Five minutes drive from Conques. Small convenient store in the village nearby (Grand Vabre).
Located in Saint-Cyprien-sur-Dourdou, this hotel is 5 mi from Conques and just 1.9 mi from the Causses du Quercy Regional Park. Free Wi-Fi access is available in each room. This is a cosy warm BnB in a small village and our favourite stayover during our France road trip because the host is so friendly and helpful. Food at the restaurant is excellent. It’s a godsend we don’t have to find anywhere else to eat but right where we live! Also noteworthy: our car broke down en route and a man from the village of St Cyprien helped us the whole way. Tells you how hospitable people in the area are!
Located in Las Pelies in the Midi-Pyrénées region, Maison tout confort calme vallée du Lot proche de Conques en Aveyron has a terrace and mountain views. The host was very friendly. The location was beautiful and quiet. We loved the original features of the house. The screens on some of the windows were great - unusual in our experience.
Conques is a charming town, vertical to the extreme. Has restaurants of excellence for dinner; however, as in my criticism of the town in my general review, it doesn't provide for breakfasts of substance. That is especially important for hikers of the Chamin.
St. Foy Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and full of history and sculptures. The little town has a unique situation and no cars/busses, etc. is allowed in the town - only the vehicles of the few families that stay there permanently. It's a place to wind down; reflect on life and rejuvenate your spirit.
Such a historic place. Well preserved and easy to explore. The only problem is getting there, but that is part of the charm. The church and the facade are truly magnificent and the town location make you think of Switzerland. Very clean with plenty of restaurants of all ranges and lots of boutiques and galleries.
Conques is a beautiful village and the people are very friendly. There are a number of artisan shops. The church is impressive and the organ recital we heard there was superb. Also the light show of the carvings above the church door was magical.
Conques is a tiny little town perched on the side of a steep gorge. It is now almost entirely pedestrianised as the streets are so narrow. Its main feature is the impressive cathedral which is on the long established Camino route, and so draws many pilgrims walking the path, some going all the way to Santiago de Compostela in north west Spain. It is largely restored, and oozes character, but do bear in mind it is very small, and has few attractions outside the cathedral. Its worth a visit, but for a full day's enjoyment, Figeac has more to offer.
We liked the setting but being seniors found the streets challenging. We ate at Hotel St Foy on the terrace-memorable. The staff at Tourisme Conques were extremely helpful. Not a lot to do and nowhere to buy fresh food to cook in the appartment.