Calling itself a restaurant with rooms rather than a hotel, one expected similar quality with the cuisine. This was a disappointment Dinner was uninspiring and overpriced. But there were other restaurants of better quality and value within a stone's throw, where we had delightful meals. Our experience might have been unusual, but only others can say.
Isle Sur La Sogne is an amazing small town close to Avignon built on an island in the Sogne plain. It's townscape, shopfronts and atmosphere are stunning. It is the centre of the Provence antiquarian trade with (it is said) 300 antiques traders. But the town is also a Mecca for foodies, with restaurants and bars at every turn.
In the centre of the town is a fantastic, decorated, Baroque church. To the rear of this is an old nunnery painstakingly converted into La Prevote by the young owners. The quality of the renovation, the materials used and the cool, pastel Provencal colours throughout are a total delight. The whole conversion has been carried out by the owners, with little experience but much passion.
We have stayed in few such perfect buildings.