We stayed on the way down and on the way back from the south of France. We needed somewhere which would accommodate 2 adults and 2 small children (all the campanile type places we looked at would only allow 3 in each room). Our friends booked adjoining rooms at a different hotel and were told when they got there that they were not adjoining.
We stayed in a 'cottage' which has a sitting room which can sleep 2 people downstairs and a bedroom upstairs. We had read the trip advisor reviews before we left so we were not surprised by the smell of cabbages and the floor that needed a bit of a clean! There is a fridge and 2 hob rings and a microwave as well as some very basic cooking implements but if you plan ahead it's enough to cook something simple like spaghetti carbonara and breakfast in the morning. This obviously saves a lot of money and guarantees you a decent standard (if you can cook).
This hotel was ideal for what we needed. We arrived the kids and my husband jumped in the pool while I cooked and then the kids went to sleep upstairs. We moved them into the sitting room when we went to bed, so that we had a proper bedroom. I wouldn't recommend this for a longer stay but at £80 for 4 of us, without having to eat out, it was ideal for a stop over. The rooms could do with a lick of paint but it wasn't bad by French standards
P.s put the name of the road in via Michelin rather than the postcode and its quite easy to find
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