Good Hotel Guide Review
‘A lovely little hotel,’ says a visitor to Frederic and Cécile Lespinasse-Jacquemin’s quiet, friendly B&B in three buildings in the old town. Other comments: ‘Excellent. Good value. Nice ambience.’ ‘Helpful staff.’ ‘There is a beautiful patio and eating area where you can have breakfast, lunch or tea. The colours are Provençal yellows and blues. Our room looked directly at the Roman arena.’ Other rooms face the theatre or the hotel’s garden. Most are large; some have a modern decor, some a beamed ceiling. There’s no lift, but staff are always ready to assist with luggage. Access to the onsite spa (adults only) is included with each reservation. A range of sandwiches, soups, salads, tarts and cakes are available from the tearoom, Le Comptoir du Calendal, which is open 24 hours a day for hotel guests and from 8am–8.30pm for visitors.
5 Rue Porte De Laure
00 33 4909 6118 9
Air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, restaurant, spa.
Yes, but not to the spa.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double from €99-€139, breakfast €12.