Hotel les Glycines, Dordogne (in Les Eyzies: pre-historic capital of France)



Hotel les Glycines, Dordogne, dating back to 1862, is a 4 star hotel with beautifully appointed rooms, gardens and restaurants. It is located in the town of Les Eyzies – the heart of the pre-historic (Cro Magnon man) area of France.

Address :
Hôtel les Glycines ****
4 Avenue de Langerie
24620 Les Eyzies
Region : Aquitaine, Perigord Noir, in the department of Dordogne
Hosts: Monsieur Pascal Lombard
Phone :Fax: + 33 (0)5 53 06 97 07+ 33 (0)5 53 06 92 19
How to get there: Driving – 174Km east of Bordeaux; 540Km south of Paris. Trains from Paris via Perigueux or Limoges with change to Les Eyzies – about 4.5 hours.
Open : Mid-April to mid-November
Price range: From 145 to 255 Euros per double, breakfast additional.
Description : 26 luxuriously appointed rooms, all air-conditioned and set in tranquil garden setting, 400 metres from centre of town.
Room types Standard rooms through to junior suites.
Languages spoken: English, French, Spanish
Payment options: Visa, Amex, Mastercard
Minimum stay : None
Cancellation policy: These change – so check with hotel.
Things to do: Les Eyzies is in the heart of the Vezere Valley that has been classified as a heritage site by UNESCO. It was near Les Eyzies that CroMagnon man was discovered. There are numerous cliff and rock formations, surrounded by rivers, hills and tranquil countryside. The town is also home to the National Prehistory Museum, housing one of the world’s most complete collections of prehistoric artefacts. Just a couple of hundred metres from the museum you should visit Abri Pataud, a cro-magnon shelter that dates back almost 40,000 years.Some nearby sites not to miss are: Lascaux caves (renowned cave paintings) 10 km; Rouffignac (cave drawings) 9 Km – where you tour the underground by train; Belves (beautiful village) 17 km: Cadouin (abbey village) 18 km: La Roque-Gageac (most beautiful village) 8 km: La-Roque-Saint-Christophe (World Heritage Site) 21 km: Sarlat (renowned medieval town) 22 km.
Restaurants: The hotel has a fine dining restaurant “Le 1862” that extends onto the terrace overlooking the lovely gardens. For a cosy convivial lunch try the new “Côté Bistro” (open for lunch Monday to Saturday).  Les Eyzies has many other eating options across a broad price range.
Parking: Free
Director’s comment: Fantastic location for savouring the Dordogne and visiting the pre-historic area.
Map: Google map



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