The service in the restaurant was prompt, efficient and pleasant. The Maitre D was most helpful in suggesting a red wine for my wifes fish. We had an excellent meal; yes, the choice is small, but it was beautifully presented and perfectly cooked. Foie gras starters, succulent filo wrapped salmon, perfect and very good Ravioles aux langoustines. An astonishing and succulent cheese selection. My wife had a lemon tart for desert , that was good but not excellent. The Maitre D charged us for a half bottle of very good local red, i ve forgotten the name, even though the long wine list has no half bottles, Breakfast was good, a choice of excellent local cheese, jams, hams and very good bread indeed. Yogurt was sweetened, and all the cereals were sweet kiddie style. Coffee again was very good indeed. Lots of choices of teas.
Admittedly we had booked a basic room, but it was tiny and cramped, so I banged my head on the sloping roof. No bedside lights, the fridge was off when we arrived and a rather filthy rust mark of a can of coke in the fridge. Broken light, that was promptly replaced. Bathroom small, neat and clean.
More of a possible problem, the lift does not reach the second floor, and no one offered help with the suitcases.
This is a very good restaurant with rooms, but its an excellent restaurant. If you do stay here, either book a larger room or be prepared for very cramped sleeping quarters.
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