If you have stayed at other establishments that use the "Logis de France" brand, you will know what I mean when I say that this place is a little quirky. A little collection of antiques (including an old telephone switchboard) in the lobby gives you an idea of what to expect when you arrive, and I can only imagine what Channel 4's "Hotel Inspector" would have to say.
For all that, we got a warm welcome, and were well looked-after, even when my son was unfortunately ill during our first night. We had a spacious and comfortable room with reasonable facilities - albeit up three flights of stairs with no lift. The reward for that climb was a great view over the hotel's courtyard towards the Cathedral. The courtyard itself provides parking and means that the hotel is set back from the road and therefore quiet.
We did not use the restaurant (apart from breakfast), as the menu did not float our boat and the town (which is on the doorstep) offers plenty of choice. Breakfast was good, but not exceptional. The hotel bar makes a comfortable spot for a night cap if your are returning from eating elsewhere.More
- Free Wifi