We arrived late afternoon after a tiring trip from Calais, and were made most welcome by the owners, Nadege and Franck. He insisted on carrying our cases up to our room, meanwhile Nadege had telephoned a local restaurant to book us a table for that evening.
Our room was above the converted stable block and as it was the beginning of the heatwave Franck organised a fan for us. The room was exquisite with individual pieces of antique furniture and the bathroom was splendid - all designer pieces. When we arrived back at night candles had been lit in lanterns in the garden and up the external steps to our room, a thoughtful touch.
The grounds were lovely, with the original high town walls and a tower, under which lived the Nagasaki cock and chickens (again designer!) and there was even a small swimming pool we could have used.
Breakfast was served in the converted stables and was all one could wish for.
The price of the room might have seemed expensive, but it was well worth it for the quality of the surroundings, for the welcome and the personal service, and was no more than we later paid for B&B in a small hotel in a seaside town further south.
I cannot recommend it highly enough.