There is nothing to not like about Clos de Grace. The only thing I can think of is that if you require a great deal of hand holding by a concierge - someone to sit side by side with you as you map out your day's activities - this may not be the right place. That said, when we needed extra adapters or suggestions on restaurants or directions, Olivier was more than happy to help.
Staying at Clos de Grace is like staying in the guest house of your best friend who happens to have impeccable taste and limitless resources. No detail at Clos de Grace is left unattended to. The grounds at immaculate, like the Four Seasons but with details of charm that the Four Seasons misses. The buildings are fully renovated 19th Century stone and brick structures, some with thatched rooves. Like something you might see in Architectural Digest, the buildings are both sophisticated and charming. Breakfast was perfect too, including a delicious latte, fresh French pastries, a small bowl of fresh fruit, and selections of cheeses and ham. Olivier and Eloise - the proprietors - are the most lovely and cute French couple.