I arrived at CC Cherrier at the time I said I would, climbing steep stairs with my luggage, standing in the cold 10 minutes ringing the doorbell and calling the host Stephan on my cel - no answer. I left, wandered aimlessly with my luggage, then again up the steep stairs, rang the bell. Stephan finally answered and when I mentioned I'd had to wait, he actually shouted at me and told me I was wrong. I have travelled all over the world and have never experienced such rudeness. For a woman travelling alone it was particularly scary. His behaviour the rest of my stay was barely civil. I was never told about fridges with juice, free bike, never helped with my luggage. I was on a work trip and beforehand, asked specifically by email whether there was reliable wireless in the rooms and he guaranteed there was. Well, I tried several times - nothing - and had to lug my laptop around the neighbourhood looking for a wireless cafe ( he had no suggestions). I entered the password in front of him and showed him the message saying there was no wireless. The next day at breakfast he said to me, "Everyone else got wireless ok" as if it was my fault. I felt uncomfortable the entire time I was there. There are many nice b&bs in the neighbourhood, I would recommend any of them over this one.