Hotel Le Cantou 354
Retro-style hotel and pop culture in Loubressac
Discover our unique hotel, Le Cantou 354, which owes its name to its exceptional location at 354 metres above sea level, at the meeting point of four regions:
- Cère Valley and
In order to ensure your comfort, we have taken great care in the interior design of our hotel to make your stop at Le Cantou 354 unforgettable. During your stay, we particularly recommend relaxing and chilling out in our Le 1799 lobby lounge, decorated in a unique pop culture and retro style.
Our hotel in the charming village of Loubressac is not only a place to stay, but also a meeting place where hotel life takes place at all times of the year.
Hotel & restaurant with many facets
During your stay in Loubressac, tempt yourself to stay at Hotel Le Cantou 354. This charming 2-star hotel stands out for its retro-chic universe, with eclectic décor from the restaurant to the rooms.
Our hotel & restaurant welcomes you in a friendly atmosphere, in a privileged environment, offering a magnificent view of the Dordogne valley.
Our colourful and modern rooms offer great comfort and numerous services:
- LCD television
- Double or twin bed
- Desk area
- Courtesy tray
- Ceiling fan
- Towel warmer
- Hospitality products
- Hair dryer
And as soon as you wake up, enjoy a delicious continental breakfast, prepared with fresh and local produce, which you can enjoy against the backdrop of the magnificent panorama.
Visit Loubressac, one of the most beautiful villages in France
Le Cantou354 is a 2-star hotel located in Loubressac, in the heart of the Lot department, between the Dordogne and the Causses du Quercy regional park in France.
Loubressac, listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France since 1983, is a must for your stay in south-west France. This perched village of character is distinguished by its medieval architecture with authentic buildings from that period with stone walls and sloping tile roofs.
In this historic village, you can visit a church, a 15th-century castle or a 14th-century chapel.