Bath only, no shower over it/separate to it, but not a big deal for us - only mentioning it in case important to others
No tea making facilities in the room. There seemed to be some that guests could use near reception but it wasn't entirely clear, and we weren't invited to do so.
Swimming pool available for guest use. Very pleasant grounds. Very attractive country house.
We had Azur room which sleeps 5. It is 1 room with a double, 2 singles near each other, and another single over the far side. Toilet not in bathroom, but next to it. Room and bathoom very pleasant. Well decorated, clean and comfortable. Good views.
There was a fridge in the room, which was an unexpected bonus, although it didn't seem to get very cold.
Owner host was very welcoming/friendly.
We opted for dinner, which was c.22 euros per adult and c.12 euros per child (main difference was that adults had wine; portion quantities and food were otherwise identical as food was put on table and you helped yourself). Note that the dinner is on a communal basis so you can't really keep yourself to yourself if you wanted to do that. We were served a very substantial cold meat, pate, melon, etc platter, then a moroccon lamb stew with cous cous, and a chocolate-type pud. Pretty nice. Not sure I'd pay quite that much in the UK for the same thing, but then you have to take into account that they're only catering for a relatively small number of people. There isn't a restaurant in the village, but we did go through a nearby town that had a town square with restaurants so you could eat elsewhere relatively nearby instead. Note that you are forced to wait until a start time convenient to all/the host (in our case 8pm) rather than being able to say I'd like to eat at, say, 7pm because the children will be hungry by then (but then the French do seem to eat later than we do in the UK and many restaurants don't open until 7.30/8pm either).
It's easy to get to/from main roads from, easy to find, and is at/near a very small village so something to walk to and look at if you want to (although not many shops or anything substantial).