We arrived at 7:30ish, and were barely welcomed, and not offered any help to shlep our bags up 2 flights of stairs. Everyone there seemed much more concerned about the restaurant side of the business than the overnight guest business; there was very little interaction or interest in the guests (except for one younger server with longish brown hair who was warm and gracious). Breakfast was just OK; even the coffee was just passable.
The room was very small, with an open bathing area; the WC was private. Wifi was spotty on 3rd floor.
All of these factors made it feel much more like a youth hostel than a hotel or B&B, and that is not what we were looking for.
Dinner was wonderful, although when they offer you an apero, it is not truly an offering since it will appear on your bill. But the food was delicious and well-presented.
The bed was very comfortable, much to our pleasant surprise after the disappointing welcome (or total lack thereof).
Location: close to Chenonceau and Giverny castles, not too far from Chambord.