On the avenue leading from the railway station into the heart of town, this hotel oozes turn-of-the-20th-century character with its original stone construction. Rooms are conservative yet tasteful, with floral prints, fresh flowers, and firm beds. On the premises is Le Balandre, the town’s best restaurant, which specializes in regional dishes from the surrounding Périgord-Quercy district. Fixed-price menus are 23€ to 65€ at lunch and 30€ to 65€ at dinner. Even if you don’t opt for a meal in its quaint dining room or on the outdoor terrace, you may want to stop into the 1920s-style bar for a drink.