Featured hotels in Lot

  • £47

    Average price per night

    Relais Amadourien, Rocamadour
    9.2 Superb 1,050 reviews
    Description Relais Amadourien is located near the centre of Rocamadour. It offers a garden and free WiFi access in the rooms. Each of the Relais Amadourien’s guest rooms has a private bathroom and a satellite TV....
    Review

    "The room were beautifully oriented to the hill sides, well lit and spacious. Great location and the staff were excellent. My partner and I wanted a bottle of champagne kept cool, we came back to our room..."

    Toby. Australia
  • £61

    Average price per night

    Hôtel-Spa Le Saint Cirq, Tour-de-Faure
    9.1 Superb 1,216 reviews
    Description Hotel Saint-Cirq is located in the heart of the Causses du Quercy Natural Park in front of St. Cirq Lapopie.
    Review

    "Liked everything, wish we could of stayed longer."

    Rex. USA
  • £53

    Average price per night

    La Tissandière Hôtel, Lalbenque
    9.3 Superb 140 reviews
    Description La Tissandière Hôtel is set in Lalbenque and features a terrace. This 3-star hotel offers room service. Free WiFi is provided. At La Tissandière Hôtel, the rooms come with a desk and a flat-screen TV....
    Review

    "Extremely helpful owner, charming and clean rooms, excellent quality matrasses"

    Maarten. France
  • £98

    Average price per night

    Best Western Plus Hotel Divona Cahors, Cahors
    9.5 Exceptional 674 reviews
    Description Offering a terrace viewing the Lot and wellness centre, the Best Western Plus Hotel Divona Cahors is located just a short stroll away from the centre of Cahors.
    Review

    "Location was superb. Car parking excellent. Welcome excellent. Breakfast was very good. Staff - politeness and helpfulness of young man at reception and manager/owner would encourage you to return..."

    Ronnie. United Kingdom
  • £67

    Average price per night

    Hôtel Le Quatorze, Figeac
    9.3 Superb 414 reviews
    Description Hôtel Le Quatorze is located in the heart of Figeac. There is a garden and a terrace and some parts of the building date back to the 13th century.
    Review

    "We had an incredible, unforgettable stay at Hotel le Quatorze! We stopped here for one night on the Chemin de Compostelle and our only regret was not being able to stay longer. The room was so beautiful,..."

    Pauline. USA
  • £76

    Average price per night

    L'Hostellerie du Relais Sainte Anne, Martel
    9.0 Superb 138 reviews
    Description This hotel in the medieval town of Martel features 7000m² of private gardens, an outdoor pool and a restaurant with terrace or fireside dining.
    Review

    "The Saint Anne was an exceptional hotel that far exceeded our expectations. We wished we stayed there longer. We stayed in the Junior Suite. The Booking.com photos do not do it justice, the rooms were far larger. There was a lounge area, bedroom area, separate toilet and bathroom. Two balconies with full length opening doors allowed in air during the July heatwave, we were very comfortable. AirCon was there if not. The territory of the hotel is superb, you are in a gated area with open and covered garden terraces for having tea/coffee in the morning/afternoon, a chapel, swimming pool and walkable gardens. The staff are all very friendly from the duty staff to maids, French-English spoken as well as native English. You can ask for something when you need it, they are unobtrusive and let you enjoy and relax in the territory when you don't. Everything great value for money. The hotel is at the bottom of the street from main Martel centre and has own parking area. Martel itself is a great central base for exploring the area, but don't miss its local market day. The chef at the Saint Anne is well known, a superb dinner of fresh and quality ingredients is served on an open terrace. Make sure you take the dinner reservation when the owner offers it to you, else you are likely to be disappointed with it being fully booked. We look forward to returning here."

    Shaun. United Kingdom
  • £72

    Average price per night

    Logis La Truite Dorée, Vers
    9.1 Superb 321 reviews
    Description This 14th-century coaching inn is now a 3-star hotel in the heart of the Causse de Quercy Regional Park.
    Review

    "The situation is excellent and very easy to find. Our room was very nice and spacious and although there was a problem with the patio door it was solved for us.. We had a lovely view of the river from our balcony and it was really pleasant sitting out there in the sun reading. Also liked the swimming pool."

    Margaret. France
  • £178

    Average price per night

    Château de Mercuès, Mercuès
    9.1 Superb 201 reviews
    Description This 13th-century castle was the former residence of the bishops of Cahors. It features a chapel and overlooks the Valley of the Lot and the famous vineyard of Cahors.
    Review

    "Fabulous! A wonderful blend of elegance and warmth. A comfortable hotel with a superb staff and exquisite rooms."

    Christine. France
  • £79

    Average price per night

    La Terrasse - Les Collectionneurs, Meyronne
    9.0 Superb 132 reviews
    Description La Terrasse is a converted chateau in the heart of the Dordogne region. It offers a warm welcome and luxurious, elegant accommodation with charming, original features for an unforgettable stay.
    Review

    "Wonderful old chateau overlooking the River in small village. Old spiral staircase up to the bedrooms."

    John. United Kingdom
  • £73

    Average price per night

    Le Pavillon Saint-Martin, Souillac
    9.1 Superb 520 reviews
    Description Le Pavilion Saint Martin is a charming building from the XVIth century, located in Souillac, in the heart of the Dordogne. Le Pavilion Saint Martin features double, triple and quadruple.
    Review

    "We liked this very old house, nice decorated. Great breakfast! Very hospitable staff. Very special location in the old city."

    Ann. Israel

Lot highlights

Rocamadour
Clinging to a cliff over a tributary of the Dordogne River, this medieval village attracts pilgrims and tourists alike.
Padirac Cave
Visitors enter this extraordinary cave and subterranean river system through an astonishing 99-metre-deep chasm.
Traditional cuisine in the Quercy
Characterised by its white limestone buildings, the Quercy is noted for its cuisine, particularly the duck dishes and full-bodied wines.
Cahors Vineyards
You can take a tour of these famous vineyards, known for producing deeply colored reds made predominantly from Malbec grapes.
The Black Truffle
Head to Lalbenque's truffle market from December to March for the region's "black gold", with a gastronomic stop at local restaurants.
Pech Merle Cave
An abundance of prehistoric drawings as well as a beautifully preserved footprint can be seen in this intreguing cave
Saint-Cirq-Lapopie
Listed in the Most Beautiful Villages in France, the medieval Saint-Cirq-Lapopie clings to the cliff overlooking the meandering Lot River.
Cruise on the River Lot, Bouzies
A cruise down the twists and turns of the River Lot will provide an alternative and gorgeous perspective of the region.
Caves of Lacave
An electric train takes visitors deep into the mountainside where they are guided through these awe-inspiring caves.