We stayed at Galerie Huit for six nights. Our room was on the second floor. The room was clean and a good size with a sitting area, an attached separate water closet (with toilet and sink) and an attached bathroom (with shower and sink). It did not have a/c but we had a fan in our room and the window opened to a private open air courtyard so we slept comfortable with the window open without any problem. Some of the rooms do have a/c so ask for one of those rooms if you think you must have it. Breakfast was downstairs in the private courtyard and was more than enough for us to start our day.
The B&B is also a functioning art gallery on the main floor. While we were there they were preparing for a major photography exhibition. Our host, Julia, kept apologizing for the chaos of preparing for the exhibition but we found it all very interesting. Most evenings she offered us wine and we were able to discuss and get a preview of the exhibition with the visiting curator and a photographer.
The B&B is very well located. Right in the heart of Arles old city we were only minutes away walking from everything we wanted to see and many restaurants.
We would absolutely stay here again and highly recommend it.