Contact us...At the heart of the medieval town of Sarlat, in a charming Renaissance listed building, sip a traditional cooking and homemade: Foie gras, confit of duck and goose, duck, coq au vin, pie and iced walnut soufflé...
“Auberge Le Mirandol” is located in a building
classified Renaissance "Historic building of the fifteenth century" built after the Hundred Years War, 1460.
The Mirandol were originally a family of drapers who were ennobled in the fifteenth century.
One of the last people quality remains the inhabitant Antoine was Casimir, Count of Mirandol, Captain Regiment of Dragoons, knight of Saint-Louis and Deputy of the Dordogne in 1815.
In the hall on the ground floor one can admire the vault from an old bakery oven from the thirteenth and through the glass door, the entry of a significant cave through which flows the street that feeds the boiler holy fountain which feeds the Fountain Sainte-Marie.