The rich tastes of Corrèze. Complete comfort and tranquillity. A friendly setting. Welcome to Laurence and Alain Bergaud’s hotel.
“Our guests can be sure of receiving a warm welcome from passionate hoteliers who will love and respect them.”
Laurence runs the kitchen, Alain runs the hotel. This couple are managing the Hotel Restaurant Les Coquelicots, The Originals Relais with real passion, a 3-star hotel with an excellent restaurant in the very heart of the Corrèze region. Their hotel injects the red of passion just about everywhere you look, like the coquelicot red poppies in their name, as Laurence and Alain share Corrèze’s gentle way of life with their guests. With 25 rooms, including a suite and duplex, the hotel is especially warm and welcoming. Its pool and restaurant make it the ideal place to take advantage of this appealing region’s many attractions.
The 3-star Hotel Restaurant Les Coquelicots, The Originals Relais offers 23 modern, cheerful and comfortable rooms, as well as a 50m² suite and a duplex. These elegant and practical living spaces can accommodate between 1 and 5 guests each. High-quality bed linen and extensive amenities will guarantee you maximum comfort throughout your stay. All at least 25m2 in size, the rooms, suite and duplex are particularly well-suited to couples, friends, families and business travellers.
- Non smoking room
- Air-conditioned room
- Room service
Laurence and Alain’s 3-star hotel also has its very own restaurant, Les Coquelicots. At lunch and dinner time, Laurence offers a traditional gourmet menu to the delight of guests. The hotel also has a charming bar area where you can relax in a warm and friendly atmosphere. And to start your day off on the right foot, Laurence and Alain provide an extensive continental or buffet breakfast served overlooking the pool or in your own room.
The hotel can be found in Saint-Pardoux-l’Ortigier, close to Brive, in Corrèze. From here, you can easily explore the surrounding beautiful regions, including the Dordogne, Quercy and Limousin.
THE MILLEVACHES PLATEAUIf you’re looking to explore a little on foot, the Millevaches Plateau is perfect for you. Some say these highlands owe their name to a shepherdess who was once saved from a storm by the devil’s thousand cows. Others say the term means ‘thousand springs’ or ‘desert mountain’. However it came about, the Millevaches Plateau regional parkland, a remarkable natural ecosystem, is truly splendid. Particularly worthy of a visit are the 8,000-year-old Longeyroux peat land and Mont Bessou (977m high), affectionately known as ‘Limousin’s rooftop’.
BEAULIEU-SUR-DORDOGNELocated within the Périgord National Park in Limousin, this beautiful medieval city can be found on a winding section of the Dordogne valley, the perfect place for a relaxing stroll. The pleasant climate and year-round sunshine have earned this part of France its nickname as ‘Limousin’s Riviera’. Beaulieu is also famous for the lavish entrance to its Romanesque church and for the remains of an ancient Benedictine monastery found nearby.
TULLEKnown for lace, but also arms, royal manufacturing and its accordion factories: Tulle is a charming little Correzian town dominated by its imposing cathedral bell tower. Tulle has a wide range of pretty little medieval streets and fantastic museums for you to explore, such as the Tulle Cloister Museum. In the former Benedictine Monastery of Saint-Martin, you can admire 13th century art and traditional artefacts, medieval works of art, watercolours and paintings by Gaston Vuillier, Tulle lace fabrics and more.
What our customers say
Great service, great accommodation and excellent food. Would most definitely return and have no hesitation recommending.
We had the most perfect night! Clean and comfortable rooms with air conditioning to tackle the 39 degrees, wonderful and incredibly accommodating service from the hosts, excellent local home cooked food, beautiful pool and setting! We couldn’t have asked for more and you made us feel so welcome. I just wish we could have stayed longer.