At this inn, which began life as a canon's house in 1776, guest rooms are clean, spacious, and well equipped. Street-side No. 42 and No. 43 are especially nice, while those opening out onto the patio at the rear are modern and stylish with cutting-edge bathrooms. Padded, leather armchairs in the lounge and the little curved wooden bar give public areas a comfy charm. In the traditional red-and-gold restaurant (closed Sunday, no lunch Monday), Chef–owner Phillipe Godard prepares with flair a broad range of prix-fixe menus.