We spent 4 nights at Le Mulberry. The room was clean and comfortable but basic. I would have liked a kettle for that all important early morning cuppa.
If you get rooms 7, 8 or 9 - beware. They are at the back and right next to the church. We didn't mind as they switch off at 10pm and don't start again till 7 in the morning. But if you want an early night or a lie in - forget it.
Breakfast was simple but good - bread & croissant with a good selection of jams plus delicious coffee and the largest selection of teas I have ever seen. We didn't eat at the restaurant in the evening but the menu looked pretty good.
Very friendly family run hotel and a good base for exploring the area