This warm mellow stone hotel in the center of town was once a 14th-century monastery. Today the wisteria-clad Logis de France, has simply decorated, decent sized rooms overlooking the Cerou valley. Some have the original stone walls and old beams; others are modern. Good southwest French cuisine with a modern twist produces starters like snails on a bed of ravioli and mushrooms, mains of daily caught steamed fish with tagliatelle and pesto sauce. Eat in the pretty restaurant, or in summer on the terrace, shaded by trees or the patio which looks out over the countryside.