A totally different experience from staying at a hotel. Our room in this attractive 19th century B&B by the canal was big and airy with high ceilings and a view of the garden. Our bathroom had a large tub and contemporary fittings and the bedroom had a comfortable bed and a flat screen TV (french channels only).
Veronique, our host, was charming and welcoming and it is a place we would stay at again without doubt. We had a good continental breafast with crossiant, fresh baquettes, fruit juice, jams and yoghurt. Parking is plentiful across the road alongside the canal and it is a 10 minute walk to the centre with a wide choice of restaurants and bars.
We ate at Bistro 28, a bar/bistro in the square, which served excellent local dishes as well as pizza, pasta and steak. The owner is english speaking and can help with translating the menu and recommending dishes all at very reasonable prices too.