Overall: M. Roncoroni was a charming, welcoming and very knowledgeable host. He told us all sorts of fascinating titbits about the region and its history and some of its legends too.
Check-in: M. & Mme Roncoroni live in the B+B so you'll likely find someone in whenever you arrive. I like to give B&B owners advance warning anyway just so they aren't tied to the house waiting.
Language: French. M. Roncoroni knows at least some English, but I like French so that's the language we used.
Space/decor: The B&B was in a traditional style with numerous antiques. We were given a large attic room with a double bed, small desk and a sofa. There was plenty of space for everything we had and more. The ensuite bathroom was modern with all the necessities.
Noise: We didn't hear anyone else; I'm not sure there were other guests present; it was, afterall, the first week of school in France. There was definitely some traffic noise, but it wasn't excessive.
Comfort: The bed was fine.
Heat/ac: There was a ventilation unit of some sort in the room. We needed neither heat nor a/c so we didn't test it out.
Internet/TV: I don't think there's internet and I don't remember a TV. The electrical outlets are easy to access for recharging gadgets.
What I would change: Actually, I can't think of anything.
Breakfast: fruit, yogurt, croissants, baguettes, butter, jam, o.j., tea and coffee
Parking: We had no trouble finding a parking spot right outside the B&B.
Distance to attractions: right next to the abbey ruins and easy walking distance to the town centre.