Hotel restaurant
in Orcival

Hôtel Restaurant Notre Dame

The hotel restaurant Notre Dame welcomes you for lunch and dinner with homemade and seasonal cuisine.
Our small family hotel is in the heart of the village and its terrace overlooks the Orcival Basilica.
The Notre Dame hotel is in the heart of the village of Orcival, come and relax there to visit the chain of Puys, Sancy or the lakes of Auvergne.
We are a small family hotel with 6 rooms with comfortable bedding, TV and wifi.
The breakfast is sweet and savory with cheeses, charcuterie, scrambled eggs, pastries and homemade cake.
We can prepare a picnic for your walks.
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and offers a cuisine of fresh Auvergne, seasonal and homemade products.
On the lounge side, board games, a piano and a guitar are available.
Pleased to welcome you !
We speak: English, Spanish

Opening

Opening hours from February 01 to December 22, 2024
MondayOpen
TuesdayOpen
WednesdayOpen
ThursdayOpen
FridayOpen
SaturdayOpen
SundayOpen
Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week in High season – 7 days a week in Low season (Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
From 01 / 02 to 22 / 12.
Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week in High season – 7 days a week in Low season (Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday).

Prices

PricesMin.Max.
Double room
68 €-
Triple room
78 €-
Quadruple bedroom
99 €-
Half board (/ pers.)
33 €-
Full board (/ pers.)
55 €-
Breakfast
11 €-

Payment method

  • Cash
  • Bank / credit card
  • Classic Holiday Vouchers
  • Bank transfer

Services

Equipments

  • Board Games
  • Restaurant

Services

  • Pets with supplement
  • Wifi Internet access
  • Half board
  • Tourist Documentation
  • Tourist information

Comfort

  • family suite
  • 90 cm bed
  • 160 cm bed
  • family room
  • Television
  • Shower
  • Baby equipment
  • No smoking

Home animals

Animals are accepted

Accessibility

  • Not wheelchair accessible

Linked offers

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Address

66 Place de la Basilique
63210 Orcival
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