This is a sad story to tell about a French B&B which may have had better times in the past. To begin with the hosts where not present when we arrived, although we had indicated our arrival time as about 6 pm and arrived only 15 minutes before six. The narrow one way street does not allow any stop, so that we had to park our car at a public parking on the next square and to carry our luggage from there.
Our spacious room at the first floor was furnished with antiques, and had a nice view. The French breakfast was alright and the location in the middle of town perfect.
Unfortunately, the rest of the house was in a state of decay and neglect I have never experienced before. Broken window panes, bare light bulbs, a vacuum cleaner on the staircase and a broken ceiling to name but a few details while we learned that the host was the great grand son of a French nobel prize winner. The same room at the same place in another house would have been fine. At the present state we felt most uncomfortable at Le Consultat.