Small, quiet, and friendly sum up this hotel in a 16th-century house with an exterior so ordinary you might easily pass it by. Inside, though, you'll find a glass-roof restaurant and pleasant guest rooms that have period furniture and original wooden beams. Ask for No. 22 or No. 23 (the most dramatic, with a beamed ceiling that looks like spokes in a wheel). Traditional Burgundian fare—fowl and fish in abundance—makes up the menu in the restaurant.