- This quaint yet charming inn is small, so make your reservations early. Rooms have private and semi-private baths. Le Languedoc features three dining experiences. The casual café serves such fare as Black Angus cheeseburgers and seared sirloin paupiette salad. You may also eat in the outdoor gardens, which open on July 4. The upstairs dining rooms are more formal and the food, such as Pan roasted lobster and Grilled rare block cut tuna, reflects this. Reservations are needed for the dining rooms but not the café or gardens. All offer a full array of drinks, beer and wine. Lunch is served from 2p-5p.
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