We needed somewhere to stay in the town as we were stocking up at the Wine Society cellars. Our room was excellent - very modern and well appointed. Just two niggly points - the toilet roll holder was difficult to work out (and we didn't manage it) and there were only two sachets of coiffee. Don't hotels realise that patrons would sometimes like a cup of coffee in the evening as well as the morning? We opted to have breakfast - 15 euros each - which we thought was a bit on the high side, but we were the only ones in the hotel, and there was masses of it, all freshly bought in by the look of it. The only other downside was that we had to pay 10.50 euros to park oiur car in their courtyard. However, we would still stay there again.