For £180 a night B&B for the room, I would have expected air conditioning. Because the room got so hot/humid at night (August), we had to leave the windows open, and were consequently awakened at 5 am by the loud squawking of the local seagulls. Contributing significantly to the terrible sleep experience were the feather-filled pillows, which were insubstantial and non-supportive. And instead of curtains, they'd fitted fiddly plastic shutters (in larger French hotels, shutters are usually raised and lowered electrically).
I would also have expected a separate loo and a walk-in shower.
A small fridge would have been helpful, too: you should have fresh milk in your morning cuppa (and not have to rely on that dreadful UHT stuff you get in cheaper places), and cold champagne in the evening.
For a hotel which makes a big thing about its food, breakfast, either continental or full English, was only average in terms of flavour (for example, the scrambled egg was overdone and the bacon underdone), the toast was cold and the tea and coffee were weak.
Finally, there was a strangely forced civility about the service, which put your reviewer on edge the whole time: it was clear that you were a hotel guest only insofar as you were also a revenue stream.More