Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges


This is a treasure in a lavishly restored group of 13th-century timbered buildings. George Thibaut runs a museum-caliber inn furnished with polished antiques, cupboards with pewter plates, iron lanterns hanging from medieval beams, glistening refectory dining tables, and stone fireplaces. The restaurant is run in association with Le Manoir, where guests are accommodated. The food is exceptional, especially when it is served with the local wine, Montagnieu, a sparkling drink that are been compared to Asti-Spumante.
excerpt from
Frommer's 97 France

02 - 03 March 2002
Le Manoir
guest room

Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges room




Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges room



Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges closeup



Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges toilet

Evening restaurant view
from place du Tilleul

Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges front

Le Manoir
common room

Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges Manor House



Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges



Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges

Shelly, just
outside the restaurant

Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges Shelly

restaurant interior

Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges Restaurant



Hostellerie du Vieux-Pérouges Restaurant


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