We were thrilled with our choice of accommodation last night 28/5/14. Didier our host was superb and brought us wine glasses out so we could enjoy our meal in the sun on the terrace. I had picked our room beforehand over the internet and was not disappointed. The Madame de Chateauroux Chamber was delightful and the bathroom was lovely,
We had a nice breakfast in the sunny and quite oppulent dining room with delightful background music to top things off.
After being shown around this lovely but ancient property (monks lived in the rock caves at the back in the 6th Century and the house etc built around the 1500's) we had to sadly leave.
We will return hopefully next year, but for longer than one night.
If travellers can give this place a go as I doubt disappointment will follow a stay here.More