Enjoy château life in the ramparts of the oldest walled town in Périgord

At a glance the Hôtel Edward Ier

This 19th century manor house has a great deal to be recommended for, including its location at the heart of the Périgord region in Monpazier, one of the best fortified villages in France, founded by Edward I, king of England and duke of Aquitaine, in 1284. This charming hotel with its elegant decoration pays tribute to him: its finest suite bears his name and offers a lounge in the turret, a bubbling bath and a Turkish bath. Garden, swimming pool and terrace, a cuisine full of fresh flavours. Close to the village square with its boutiques and cafés, this is the ideal retreat for those with an interest in the rich medieval past of these lands.

Hôtel Edward Ier in Monpazier
Hôtel Edward Ier in Monpazier
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Room of the Hôtel Edward Ier
Room of the Hôtel Edward Ier
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Room of the Hôtel Edward Ier
Room of the Hôtel Edward Ier
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Lounge at the Hôtel Edward Ier
Lounge at the Hôtel Edward Ier
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Bar at the Hôtel Edward Ier
Bar at the Hôtel Edward Ier
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Pool at the Hôtel Edward Ier
Pool at the Hôtel Edward Ier
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Free wifi Parking area Pets allowed Outdoor pool Quit location Terrace Handicapped friendly


Marije & Arjan Capelle