This is a typical small town hotel, above a bar tabac. The room was very clean, light, and, well, felt quite cosy. Not large, but had character enough. Similarly with the bathroom. I share other reviewers ambivalence about this hotel - it's cute and for the price a good option. Much better feel and character than a standard chain hotel, but could do with some pretty basic maintenance. Keys are fiddly and get stuck in the lock, bed light and bathroom lights didn't work, excellent shower head but it's hook was missing. WiFi was excellent, once it worked. The owners maintained it worked even though I demonstrated to them there was an internet connection issue - and suggested it was a modem problem. I used the cafe up the road's the first day, and only when they saw me the next day (late) did they bother to tell me that 'ahem, yes, wifi was now fixed'. In keeping with French service, they hadn't bothered to let me know earlier.
It's noisy first thing in the morning, as the bar is set up, but quiet at night. Great location - 2 mins walk to old town, and with patisserie, coffee shop and little supermarket (Casino) within 100 metres. As such I didn't bother about having breakfast on site. Be warned that it isn't offered anyway on a Sunday, but one of the patisseries is open then and Le Bureau brasserie is open for coffees, etc.
Not too far from the train station - walking distance about 5-10 mins maximum. And yes, the hotel kept my bags after I checked out- which was good - but they were put down in the basement, so when I wanted to collect them, the big man pointed down some steep steps to where my heavy bags were. No offer to help me, a woman already carrying 2 bags! I'd stay again, however, and put up with the nuisance value if only for a couple of days. But really, why the owners/managers don't invest some time and a little money and make this place very good, I don't know. Oh, and change the attitude and think about SERVICE!