We were a bit daunted by the table d'hote idea having never done this before but the place looked like some enchanted fairy tale so we went for it. A family run business, it is a castle which is quite rustic but modern in design. We booked late so only had a tiny turret style room which was not great but I believe they have some much nicer, larger rooms overlooking the gardens. You have to walk through the woods, which are quite wild, to get to the pool - which is set in a wild meadow - not manicured by any means, could do with better maintained chairs but the pool was large and inviting and it was in a very tranquil setting. Meals on the terrace - they love cooking and it shows. We were the only english speakers amongst all french so they happily set us up our own table on the lower terrace and never once made us feel like we should be sitting at the main table. This is quite unlike other places we usually stay and I am so glad we chose it. Nothing much in their village but they are a short drive from the tourist attractions of the Ardeche. Stay away from the main drag and drive into the villages which are unspoilt and very pretty. They are surrounded by dramatic landscapes.