A 16th-century presbytery with stone walls and beamed ceilings houses a charming little hotel and the acclaimed restaurant of the same name. Guest rooms are comfortable and stylish but small, except for the attic suite, which has a private living room; four rooms and one suite have harbor views. The elegant and cozy reception area is adorned with an imposing stone fireplace. The restaurant is famous for seasonal seafood dishes, such as turbot grilled with leeks. On sunny
days request a table on the terrace.