There were too few staff in the restaurant, and this was particularly noticeable during the Jazz Friday event. A bit more organisation would help, along with a dedicated Maitre d'hôte. The lack of tea/coffee facilities in the room was poor, especially considering a cup of tea from the bar was €4. WiFi was erratic, and annoying as you had to keep logging in every time you accessed it. Some guests get better treatment than others (shown to their rooms for example - we were not). Not sure why this was, but staff attitudes changed when they discovered we had cycled to the hotel across France from St Malo!
Our room was very comfortable with a super bed and a decent bathroom. The food in the restaurant was superb and highly recommended, as is the very clever wine tasting option with dinner - you choose the wine you want to taste, in three price bands, and then crack on with no limits to consumption. The staff were generally friendly, especially those in the winery and the guys who allowed us to store our bikes in their warehouse (I don't think the hotel was used to people arriving by bike). The wine made and sold here was excellent. Breakfast was very good, as it should be for €14, with plenty of choice of cold meat, cheese, pastries and the rest of a normal French petit dejeuner. Overall I would recommend this hotel, and would probably return. But this place could be brilliant (like the food in the restaurant) rather than simply good with a few more staff and some more obvious managers.