On the main route to Beziers, this is a rather run-down establishment in need of a good dose of TLC, but the owners have been there 17 years, so it's unlikely to happen. The people are friendly enough and the rooms are clean, but it's motel/hostel standard accommodation, with none of the usual touches you expect even at modest prices. There is only one double room boasting its own lavatory and that had two single beds and cost 55 Euros a night. Spartan with cheap "art" on the walls. Breakfast was 5.50Euros - basic, no croissant!
We had lunch there on arrival: good size helpings, but everything smothered in gloopy sauces using cheap ingredients. The pichet wine was the only pichet wine we found undrinkable on our whole two week trip. Unless you are suffering from "nostalgie de la boue" give this place a wide berth.
Far better choice in the middle of town in a quiet street is Le Murier Platane at 75Euros a night including breafast, use of a secret garden and a swimming pool and designer surroundings. A converted olive mill, it's exquisite. For the little extra cost (150 E for two nights' B&B as opposed to 132 E) you move up from one star to four stars (personal rating).
And if you want a proper lunch, made by someone who can actually cook, try La Galiniere: reasonable prices, great wine suggestions and pleasant ambience. In Capestang, it's really in a league of its own.