We stayed in august for one night at Vivendum.
We picked this place because the restaurant was rated quite good by Michellin,Gault millau and a few others and also had a few rooms for those who want to stay over for the night after a nice dinner.
The food is very good,wines were acceptable and the staff is helpfull and friendly.
The only minor we would like to metion is the temperature inside.
It's too hot and because it's a historical building the owner is not allowed to build in an aircosystem.
You can even say that it's so warm that the temperature is effecting the taste of food and wine.
Bedrooms are spacious,the beds are comfortable,but,also here is the temperature making a nice rest not possible.
In total,good quality but in the end we were only remembering the minors.More