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This Logis hotel is located in the medieval town of Cordes-sur-Ciel, 50 miles north of Toulouse. It offers rooms and suites with private bathrooms, TV and free Wi-Fi. Excellent hotel, excellent service, very nice restaurant. We had there dinner and stayed next day for lunch. The food is fantastic. Cordes is beautiful and this hotel is in the best possible location.
This small B&B is located in Cabannes, just 2625 feet from Cordes-sur-Ciel. The B&B dates from the 18th-century and offers free Wi-Fi in each room and a terrace to enjoy a continental breakfast. Breakfast was delicious and presented beautifully. Dinner was lovely with lively conversation with guests and hosts. A rare experience. Monsieur and Madame did everything possible to make us comfortable
The Auberge de la Halle is located in the heart of the medieval town of Cordes-sur-Ciel. Set in one of the oldest, stone buildings in the town, it offers accommodations with panoramic views. The property is right in the heart of the Cite of Cordes surrounded by medieval buildings, little quaint shops and galleries, cafes and restaurants. The room we had #28 had breathtaking views! The owner was very attentive and professional.
Set in a medieval house, Chambres d'hôtes l'Escuelle des Chevaliers is located in Cordes-sur-Ciel and offers bed and breakfast accommodations. Guests can enjoy an authentic medieval experience. We loved the entire experience! We loved the room and the costumes! The staff was wonderful! The location was fabulous! We are so happy and content!
Le Relais Bastide offers accommodations in Cordes-sur-Ciel old town. Albi is 13 mi from the property. All units have a flat-screen TV. Some units include a seating area and/or balcony. The apartment was located on the entrance of the town on a lively square with a bar and restaurant. The building was magnificent and the apartment very romantic. It was very cold in April but the heating worked fine.
Located in the heart of the medieval city of Cordes-sur-Ciel and set in a property built in the 13th century, La Maison Bakéa is an elegant guest house which offers a medieval architecture features,... The house is gorgeous, full of history and antiques. You have an amazing feeling just as you go in. The rooms and beds are wide and comfortable and it's so peaceful you won't hear a noise. The breakfast with homemade croissants was delightful and the views from the living room are really beautiful. Marie, the host, was lovely and you could see how much she loves sharing her place with their guests.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Rue du Barri offers pet-friendly accommodations in Cordes-sur-Ciel, 16 mi from Albi. Dominique is an utterly charming host who has thought of everything her guests might require. Do not hesitate: here lies the path to earthly heaven.
With pool views, Le Chevalier Noir is located in Cordes-sur-Ciel and has free WiFi. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental or a buffet breakfast. Le Chevalier Noir offers a terrace. Le Chevalier Noir is a spectacular little treasure buried in the foothills of France. It’s a sheer delight and one that we will certainly be visiting again in the future. From the magnificent views and beautifully done rooms to the delicious breakfasts , which were made fresh every morning... it was truly one of the nicest places we have experienced while traveling around France. The best part by far, were our hosts Daniel and Paul who made our stay absolutely marvelous. Their generous spirits made us feel right at home and they were extremely helpful in providing us information for our daily activities. They were warm, friendly and we are grateful to have met them.
The moment we saw Cordes at the end of the road, our reaction was "WOW". This place is magical. So absolutely breathtaking if you love history and old stones! We took the little white train tour, and walked all over the old town. I will have these memories for ever. It truly deserves it's label of "most beautiful village of France" (2014). Make the detour, you will not regret it. The only caveat is that if you are a person with very limited mobility, you may have some difficulties with some of the streets with 8% grades. But try it anyway!!
I am sure that most people who come to Cordes choose it because of its historic and artistic significance. Unfortunately, it has allowed ridiculously loud 'music' to dominate the entire historic centre and especially where almost all the restaurants are. However, there is a delightfully quiet place for meals right next to la Porte des Ormeaux. Medieval civil architecture unbeatable, of course,
Cordes-sur-ciel is a marvellous miedeveal small hilltop city in the northern part of department Tarn. There are numerous festivals in the summertime, at least pre- and post-Covid 19. It is located north of the wine district of Gaillac which date back to Roman times. Driving here along samall beautiful roads crossing the Tarn is easy yet take your time. Coming from Toulouse turn off the A68 around Bren for instance. Wear shoes fit for walking, the narrow streets of Cordes-sur-ciel are cobblestone and partially quite steep.
Been here 3 times over the last 10 years (off season) and never disappointed. The old town is beautiful and is worth exploring on foot. Off season (in the winter months) many stores and restaurants are closed but after walking around, we discovered ‘La casita’ (pizzeria) and ate excellent pizzas in a great atmosphere, a highlight of this trip.
This town is steep, but is a beautiful restored Medieval town. It is very busy in the summer season and very quiet off-season. Some superb, but very expensive restaurants at the top of the town. One of the delights of France to visit.
A pretty amazing place with a huge sense of history. Very narrow, steep, winding cobbled streets which are lovely but can be a bit daunting if driving through on a first visit. Definitely worth seeing.
A fantastic hotel to stay in at Cordes-sur-Ciel. A 15th century palace, professionally and beautifully restored. Dining/living room is fantastic, furnished with antique furniture. Rooms are lovely restored and very clean and comfortable. Room offered a fantastic view of the valley A place that makes you feel like being a noble.
I could not have asked for a better place to stay while in the south of France! Waking up here was like being in a fairy tale. Go for the views but stay for the amazing hospitality that Paul and Daniel offered. I can’t wait to come back here again. Just hoping it’s sooner rather than later.
Well positioned hotel /Chambre d'hote by town gate. Breakfast fresh but had to be pre-choosen due to COVID restrictions. Massive room, suitable for a family. Lovely staff. Restaurant was not open on day of stay, but others are available in the main season within walking distance.
The rooms have a lot of character. One of the rooms had a armored soldier and the other a spider. They were wonderfully decorated and everything done was in good taste. The hotel is located at the top of the old city and the parking was close by.
Laurette was an excellent host, very friendly and nice! The breakfast provided was very tasty and nice! Her tips and advice very useful! I can highly recommend her house in this beautiful scenery of Cordes-sur-Ciel!
We stayed for two nights. We couldn't fault the room. Breakfast was super - served on the terrace as the weather was hot. The hotel was at the top of the village and the directions to it were easy to follow.
The host was very kind and welcomed us although we arrived later than expected. He made us a very good breakfast. It was a very good start to our first day in France.
Beautiful apartment with a lovely welcoming host. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Cordes sur ciel is a stunning place to stay with plenty of nearby towns to visit.
Nico is awesome and runs a great hotel. Will definitely be going back. Great placement