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My husband & I and another couple spent 4 nights in this quintessential country manor house and loved it. Our room overlooked the vineyards in the Dordogne countryside & was beautifully decorated with antiques; yet had modern conveniences. The staff was amazing- so friendly, energetic & fun! We dined at the hotel restaurant twice and found the food was excellent- fresh, locally sourced, modern; yet rooted in traditional cuisine. Loved LaMetairie!

We stayed for 3 nights with a package that included dinner B &B and a 'surprise' picnic on a day of our choice. Having seen some previous comments about the rooms, we booked for a room upgrade. This is a gem of a small hotel, in a peaceful location, yet close to the Dordogne and its many wonderful places to visit. Our stay was first class with excellent service, and superb catering - the breakfasts were good and the 5 course dinners were superb with wonderfully balanced menus and a memorable gourmet experience. The picnic was a lovely mix of food which we enjoyed at an idyllic location by the River Dordogne. Our room was spacious, well appointed and the bed very comfortable. We would thoroughly recommend this hotel and would be delighted to stay there again.

We stayed at La Metairie for just one night, but wished we had booked for longer. All the staff at this beautiful little hotel in a peaceful setting are exceptionally caring, professional and cheerful. We requested a vegetarian meal with some trepidation, having been treated very badly in a more southerly Departement. To our delight, the chef produced 4 light, delicious and healthy courses, beautifully presented in the small but attractive restaurant, which was full. The velvet smooth, chilled soup tasted delicious and the cheese course was an education in itself. Our room was lovely, clean, cosy, very well equipped, accessed by a charming external stone staircase. Breakfast was also great. The pool looked lovely, though we did not have time for a swim. We simply cannot fault this place. It’s right up there in our ‘best ever’ selection.

we stayed here at this small hotel 3 nights.Perfect for relaxing in late Summer sunshine with the occasional trips on small roads in the beautiful surrounding counrtyside. The room was very pleasant overlooking a meadow with 2 reired ponies-- and then on to the valley below. Very helpful, attentive and cheerful service. We ate in the restaurant every night --twice out on the terrace in the warm air and slow declining light.This is a very special place.

We stayed here for 3 nights on a dinner, bed & breakfast deal which also included a picnic lunch on a day of our choice and a welcome pre- dinner drink on the first evening. The hotel is very attractive, set in expansive lawns and with a handsome swimming pool which we did not sample because of the unseasonably cool weather (the pool is solar heated). Our room was compact with a very comfortable bed set in a recess. Unfortunately for such a small room there were too many pieces of furniture (a desk, coffee table, two chairs, bedside tables and a tv cabinet which also contained the fridge/minibar) which made moving about difficult. The bathroom was fine with a large and powerful walk in shower. We enjoyed our stay although it was quite expensive (798€ which included wine with each of the 3 dinners ) Incidentally there was no choice at dinner - the menu was resolutely fixed - but this wasn’t a problem for us and we generally enjoyed all the meals. The wine list was interesting and reasonably priced. I can’t say the same for the mini bar. 5€ for a small bag of nuts and 48€ for a half bottle of champagne is expensive even by hotel mini bar prices! The staff were friendly and helpful though at dinner on our first night the one member of staff on duty in the dining room was clearly unable to cope and the 5 courses took a long time to be served. Dining was slightly too formal for me. For instance I prefer wine to be left within reach rather than on a central table where one is dependent on the waiter for refills. I would imagine in summer it would be a very pleasant place to stay with a pool waiting at the end of a day sightseeing. The hotel is well placed to visit Bergerac and all the beautiful villages around it. Recommended if you don’t mind a bit of formality in your hotel.

This stone-built hotel is set in the countryside in a quiet and peaceful location looking over meadows with a pair of ponies grazing. The atmosphere is one of complete relaxation with friendly staff eager to help. The grounds also have a large swimming pool. The food was of a high standard and beautifully presented. Breakfast also included cooked items (unusual for France). Lunch could be taken under the trees overlooking the pool and dinner was served on the terrace, We stayed in the suite which was comfortable and to a high standard with a balcony overlooking the meadow.. We ended up staying 2 extra nights because it was so nice. This hotel is a little gem.

Charming folk. Great location (we walked a lot using our detailed Carte Bleu of the area). Total mecca for fine dining. We've been four years on the trot. We'll be returning. Quiet (and cool) room - definitely a must this very hot weather. Go for it.

We stayed here for two nights towards the end of a touring holiday in France. Our room, although not large, had everything that we needed, was very comfortable and clean. Our aim was to relax and we were able to do so and the staff were very professional and helpful. The highlight for us were the two dinners which were served outside ... great food, good wine, excellent service ... all in a wonderful setting.

The terrific photos of this place are candid but the guest experience is a whole lot better! We stayed as two Australian couples as part of a bike ride in the Dordogne region. Service from the host (didn't get her name) and the waiter/s was exemplary. Historic buildings set within beautiful grounds. Rooms were fantastic and the food was first class. The whole atmosphere was one to remember.

A lovely old and characteristic building; similar in style to a steading. Rooms are named after flowers and ours was Bouton d'Or. The room was good although not overly large and the bed was comfortable. The room was a little warm but we could open the window to get some fresh night air. They offer a buffet breakfast but there is an offer for some cooked items as well. The scrambled egg was very good!

Route de Mauzac Mauzac-et-Grand-Castang Dordogne

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

La Métairie is located 7.7 mi (12.4 km) from Moulin de la Rouzique and 8.8 mi (14.1 km) from Musee Napoleon. This 4-star hotel welcomes guests with 10 rooms and conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee.


The 10 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including patios, minibars, and free newspapers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other amenities include safes, phones, and desks.

Property features

Guests of La Métairie enjoy features like an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and free use of bicycles. If you drive, take advantage of free parking. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with luggage storage and concierge services. Additional amenities include a computer station, a library, and free newspapers.

Room options

Standard Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Privilege Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

86.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 208 reviews

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