We stayed here for a night while on the GR10. The owners are friendly and even though we don’t speak French well, they tried their best to accommodate us. Our room in the attic was large and clean with a comfortable bed, and the shower pressure in the bathroom was excellent.
As we were exhausted from our hike, we decided to have dinner at the hotel on the night of our arrival. I got the fixed menu of the day. For €16, I got a generous pot of vegetable soup, a first main of a whole trout meunière, a second main of roasted pork, and dessert of home made pie with baked apples, apricots and plum. Servings are extremely generous, the food is all from fresh, local produce and I find the cooking hearty and honest. It may not be as fancy as certain other establishments, but I loved it for how honest and home-cooked it was.
The breakfast is also buffet-style, with a good selection of breads, pastries, fruit, yoghurts, hams, cheeses, spreads, juices and coffee and tea. I loved the warm croissants from the breakfast.More
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