Secret Hotels of the Dordogne

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La Roque-Gageac, a town in France's Dordogne region; the hotel La Belle Étoile is at right.
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Domaine de la Rhue, a hotel created from 19th-century stables.
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The acclaimed restaurant at Le Moulin de la Beune.
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A rosewood chair from Madagascar at Domaine de la Rhue.
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Le Chambellan's courtyard is filled with flowers and trees, and the Dordogne flows just half a mile away.
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Le Bellevue's owner, Gayle Hugette, in the hotel's courtyard.
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Room 12 at La Maison des Peyrat.
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The old stone building of Le Moulin de la Beune is a vine-covered, 17th-century mill.
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Eau-de-vie at Les Glycines' bar.
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The grounds of Le Mas de Castel feature a pool, a garden, and rosebushes, and there are even plans to create a picnic area for guests.
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Le Chambellan co-owner Virginie Vue, with two of her kids.
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La Belle Étoile, an ancient hotel and restaurant right on the banks of the Dordogne.
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La Maison des Peyrat's long, one-story stone building dates back to the Middle Ages and at various times was a hospital for plague victims, a residence for nuns, and a farm.
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Philippe Latreille, chef and owner of La Treille.
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Room 3 at Le Mas de Castel.
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Many of the ingredients for the gourmet meals served in Les Glycines' dining room come from the enormous potager, or kitchen garden.
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