A stately lime tree stands sentinel behind wrought-iron, wisteria-framed gates outside this 17th-century mansion on a calm street between the Hôtel de Ville and the river—but inside prepare for a surprise. An extreme makeover has given these interiors a spiffy, contemporary air. The blazing red reception area, smartly adorned with modern seating, segues to the upstairs guest rooms: rather petit, most are decorated in sunny yellow or pastel tones.
Jul 8, 2004
A charming old place with excellent service delivered by nice people. It helps to have a smattering of French or aleast be willing to try.
Jul 23, 2003
This is a charming small hotel which provides excellent value for money. Little English is spoken, but management is very kind. Rooms are attractive, and public areas verge on opulence. A generous buffet breakfast is included in the rate.