On the banks of the Ouysse, an affluent of the Dordogne, this house is located at the foot of a cliff. In the Chambon family for five generations, it was originally built to feed the workers employed to rebuild the former bridge, swept away by a flood in 1966, one arch of which remains. Two brothers now run the family business, one in the dining room and one in the kitchen. Each expertly rendered classical recipe sings the praises of fantastic ingredients, such as pigeon cooked two ways, roast breasts and salmis of legs, or truffles harvested by the family. The patio shaded by linden trees adds the final irresistible flourish. Overnight stays possible in the hotel.
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