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Reviewed 27 August 2017

We have been visiting Cuq en Terrasses over the years and it remains a firm favourite of ours.

Philippe & Andonis are passionate about great food & hospitality and this shines through in everything they do here in a magical corner of France and their hill-top gem.

The menu in their restaurant, with stunning views over the rolling countryside, changes daily and is great value for money using locally grown and sourced ingredients (many from their own garden). The accompanying wine list reflects some of the wonderful wines from the region too with bottles from under 20€ upwards.

We look forward to our next visit later in the year and if your travels bring you to SW France (or if you are planning a visit to this wonderful region) - make sure Cuq en Terrasses is firmly on your list.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank petercheshire
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Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

My husband and I were looking for a treat after a long summer of entertaining family and friends and the meal at the Cuq ticked all the boxes and more.
Without doubt the best meal we've had at The Cuq - a delicious beetroot mousse nibble which perfectly complimented our Cuq Sunset cocktail (yum), a stunning monkfish, prawn, mango and avocado terrine starter that I cannot compliment enough, followed by a gorgeous confit de canard moussaka main course that if room had allowed for, we both would have had more of. We then had a cheese course with just the right amount of cheeses accompanied with figs from the garden, and a strawberry pavlova to finish. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous.
The weather was perfect so we were lucky enough to catch a beautiful sunset while we dined.
This was just the tonic my husband and I needed and I can't wait to go back.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 21 June 2017 via mobile

My wife and I stayed here with friends from New Zealand for 4 nights on half board so had plenty of time to explore the hotel and enjoy the restaurant. Our room (Blanche) was small but perfectly adequate with a nice bathroom with bath, bidet and shower. Furnishing and bedlinen were in keeping with the style of the room and enhanced and lightened the effect of the heavy wooden beams. Lighting was good and all controlled from the bedside as was the very effective air conditioner (temperatures ranged from 30-35C when we were there so it was very welcome).
Breakfast was very good with lots of choice including bowls of fruit, 3 different breads and delicious miniature croissants and pain au chocolat. There was coffee in a jug and also an espresso machine.
Dinner in the terrace restaurant was excellent and each dish was beautifully presented. Dinner started with amuse bouche and finished with good coffee. The wine list was almost totally comprised of interesting local wines at very reasonable prices.
The owners Philipe - front of house and Andonis - chef were unfailingly cheerful and helpful as in fact were all the staff.
The pool in the grounds was very welcome at the end of a hot day of sightseeing and the views from the terrace breathtaking especially at sunset.
The hotel is ideally placed for visiting Albi, Carcassonne, Toulouse and the other smaller but no less interesting towns and villages such as Lautrec, Revel and Castres.
Pretty much the perfect hotel for an indulgent break in a lovely part of the South of France.
Highly recommended.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 20 June 2017

Our third visit. The first two we thought it could not get any better - well third time and it was even better. We stayed this time in the Guard's Room apartment which was perfect. Large bedroom with amazing view. Huge living room with kitchen and dining area. The food was outstanding and of course Philippe and Andonis are true ambassadors of hospitality. Hospitality is not a science, some call it an art but here you understand that truly it is a passion of everyone working here - Bravo Team Cuq en Terrasses!! Can't wait for our fourth visit.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank ScottandLizzie
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Reviewed 16 June 2017

Wow a great find after the GPS took us on a 45 minute ramble through the countryside. A country manor overlooking a valley with all the comforts of home. Not a hair out of place, Air conditioned, parking on street, safe, good wi-fi and the NY Times weekend edition. No English TV but if you must have something you can't get on the web they have a collection of DVD's playable in your room. The Lauragais room has an interior and exterior entrance, separate shower and tub. Easy looping walk from the hotel by a chateau and a grotto honoring St Mary through fields along the ridge and then back to the hotel but ask the owner as they have a loose-leaf book with all the surrounding hiking and walking. Brekkie 15 € pp but the quality of the food is outstanding. We also had dinner in the hotel which is also excellent, single menu prepared by the chef.

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Gary G
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