Myself and my partner stayed at le coq for 2 nights and we had a wonderful time. The check-in situation was a little confusing as we entered the hotel from the back and were buzzed in to the hotels reception, but then there was nobody there - turned out we had to go through the courtyard and out to the restaurant to check in. All that done, we were taken up to our room and were pleasantly surprised by the size of it. Very handy minibar for cooling some wine we bought from the wine society, and champagne and wine glasses were provided. On the first night there we seemed to be the only people in the hotel, so we weren't quite sure how breakfast would work but it was amazing-a huge banquet put out for us to choose from. Fresh croissants, pain aux choc and different breads from the boulangerie, cold salami-esque sausages, loads of different cheeses, home-made pate, fruits, the list could go on. We were very impressed at how much effort had been put in to it considering we were the only ones who would be there to enjoy it! Madamme was friendly and polite, and very patient and supportive with our attempts at speaking French! Also, i think it's worth noting that we are a same-sex couple and this never seemed to be an issue in the slightest. The only downside was that the duvet was made of man-made fibre so it was uncomfortably hot at points in the night. Maybe they would have changed the duvet, we just weren't brave enough to try that in French. Massive bed though, and very comfortable mattress. Will definitely stay again.