Provence has no shortage of quaint B&Bs in postcard worthy villages, but what really set this one apart was the proprietors and their superb service. Roger is incredibly personable and Cathy's dinner was hands down the best meal we had during our 8 day stay in the region (chevre and pomegranate salad, duck breast, cauliflower au gratin, and green beans with a local apricot tart for dessert). The dining room has a rich history that Roger explains charmingly throughout the meal. Breakfast was a pleasant surprise because it had fresh fruit and yogurt in addition to the expected baked goods and coffee, and was served in a sunny rooftop courtyard. The rooms are situated in such a way that two were easily adjoined to accommodate our unique family situation (my husband, myself, our baby, my parents, and my sister). Both rooms overlooked the picturesque road. The techies of the group were very pleased to have WiFi. One of the rooms had a refrigerator, which proved very useful. The location in the old village is ideal for walking about and enjoying the sites. The only downside was that the rooms lacked air conditioning (though a fan was provided in one of the rooms), and the check in time was quite strict so we found ourselves waiting on the street until the agreed upon arrival time. We only stayed one night on our whirlwind tour of the area, but I can see how this spot would make for a very lovely weekend retreat. All of us had a wonderful stay and would certainly be happy to return and recommend Belle de Nuit to friends. Bonus: these were our only hosts who were fluent in English during our trip.
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