Restaurant closed Monday.
Bar, bistro, restaurant.
Yes, cots and extra beds available.
No smoking in the hotel.
Standard double room from EUR69-79, breakfast EUR11.
Good Hotel Guide Review
This 17th-century demeure was turned into a hotel (now Logis de France) by the Mouty family in 1904. “In many ways it seems not to have changed since then,” writes the nominator. “It hasn”t been “refurbished”, a great relief. But it is not shabby; all is spotless. Old-fashioned and comfortable, it has large, generous rooms with good old French furniture, high bedsteads, thick mattresses, bedside lights that are really bedside, not somewhere up in the air. The well-appointed bathrooms have been squeezed out of the bedrooms but this hasn”t cramped them.” Others wrote of a “grand hotel feeling of another era”. The restaurant has heavy damask tablecloths and napkins. “The cooking is excellent. From the dessert trolley you can sample as many of the delights as you can manage.” The bistro, Comptoir à Moustaches, serves regional dishes. The “remarkably comprehensive” wine list “includes all the best producers at reasonable prices”. Breakfast is “excellent”, with “perfect croissants”, home-made jams. “A wonderful family atmosphere.”