Hotels in Southwest France

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Built to withstand wartime assaults, the 13th-century Château de St.-Geniès has thick stone walls and antiques-filled rooms. Read More

Part of France’s new wave of country hotels and restaurants, this estate dates from 1677, with a 19th-century château built by one of... Read More

Guest rooms are furnished with antiques at this 19th-century hotel. Read More

The cliffside hotel was built in 1872, with hanging eaves and wrought-iron balconies. Read More

The recently updated four-star hotel features molecular gastronomy in chef Philippe Etchebest's restaurant. Try the unexpected scallops in beef jus with... Read More

On slim, windy Route D4, which crisscrosses the foothills below the summit of La Rhune mountain, we pass the lovely village of Sare, where the homey H... Read More

The hotel was originally Napoleon the Third's summer palace. Converted into a hotel in the late 1800's, the décor has been relatively unchanged... Read More

Built as part of a St.-Martin-de-Ré shipyard in the 16th century, the Toiras is the kind of property that gives Relais & Châteaux a... Read More

This cool little upstart bed-and-breakfast combines colorful contemporary interior design with family-style service and rooms for under $300. Read More

These two hotels are interconnecting parts of the same maison d'hôtes. Both sit directly on the port in St.-Martin-de-Ré along with the... Read More

A five-room B&B on the edge of town. Read More

Michael Portos's increasingly lauded hotel restaurant serves reconstituted sunny-side-up egg with baby clams. Booking a room without booking a table at... Read More

Two architects transformed a medieval priory into a vast garden, complete with pear and cherry orchards, using period tapestries as inspiration. It... Read More

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