We had a top floor room, really an attic with dormers. It was awkward but adequate for 3 persons. The kitchenette was a nice and welcome surprise. The bathroom was tiny but clean and towels were the best we had in Europe. The room was hot, but they provided a fan and the two large windows opened onto a spectacular view of the Chateu (which is the building on their website photo). An easy walk into town, but almost everything was closed when we arrived on Sunday. Sadly, the museums were also closed on Monday in summer, so we didn't get to see any of that. The entrance is steep steps and the building next door is the Salvation Army, so the street welcome is not so nice and there is a lot of traffic noise into the night. But once inside, the staff were very hospitable and spoke excellent English. We got the breakfast the first day, it was fine but somewhat expensive. So the second day we went to the bakery and got some croissants and juice and were happy with that. Parked in the public lot a block away, somewhat pricey based on our expectations, but convenient. We were in this area to find family roots, and this was a good base for us for that purpose.
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