Due to the nature of our old property, our rooms are not suitable for children under the age 12. Two of our four guest suites are available. Breakfast will be added to the basic room rate to cater for number of persons booked. Breakfast 9 euros per person.
Seasonal, local produce used to create homemade meals from simple plates to several courses. Small and large groups catered for.
~ Menu Italien ~
Lasagne bolognaise avec epinards et champignon
Lasagne with spinach and mushrooms
Salade et Pain à l'Ail
Salad and Garlic Bread
Plateau de Fromages
~ Plat de Tous les Jours ~
Pizza au Choix et Salade de Chou Rustique
Choice of Pizza and Rustic Coleslaw
Crapaud in the Hole aux Saucisse de Toulouse
avec Légumes Verts, Crème de Pommes de Terre
et Jus d'Oignon
Toad in the Hole with Toulouse Sausages,
Green Vegetables, Creamed Potatoes and Onion Gravy
Saumon à la Crème d'Ail
avec Asperges et Patate Dauphinoise
Salmon with Garlic Cream,
Asparagus and Potatoes Dauphinoise
Curry de Chou-Fleur, Pois Chiches et Pomme de Terre Rôtis
avec Chutney, et Pain Plat Indien
Caulifower, Chickpea & Potato Curry
with Chutney and Indian Flat Bread
avec ou sans dessert
Le Gâteau au Fromage
Vanille / Citron et Baies / Nutella / Banoffee
Vanilla / Lemon & Berries / Nutella / Banoffee
# Déjeuner pique-nique emballé pour vous sur demande
Picnic Lunch packed for you on request
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Circa 1900 "Le Lion d'Or" was a hotel.
Since then, its beauty has faded, but we have put our heart and soul to rehabilitate this beautiful old Charente property.
Our neighbours tell us Le Lion d'Or was originally built in 1760.
The stamp date is 1907 when "Le Lion d'Or" was a hotel.
The property is located at the ‘Entrée du Bourg’, Roullet
in the commune of Roullet-Saint-Estèphe.
The property is orientated to front ‘Le Bourg’ which formed part of the royal road from Paris to Spain where Roullet was the first relay in the direction of Bordeaux south of Angoulême.