Not a big complaint, but the chance of a cool glass of wine on offer at the end of a hot day would have been very welcome. There is a communal fridge, but very small for the amount of guests
Go for breakfast in the courtyard - one long table where you chat endlessly with fellow guests under the shade of a rambling vine. Go for Anna Karin's delicious cakes at breakfast - a different one every day it seems. Not forgetting Anna Karin's homemade jams and the freshest tasting chunky orange marmalade, and the cheese, and the ham, and the bread, and the croissants (I could go on).
Go for Anna Karin who is the most helpful, chatty, charming hostess ever (nothing is too much trouble).
And go, of course, for the peace and quiet of the countryside and the fact that it is only a very short drive to the medieval town of Uzes, with it's beautiful pale golden architecture, and shady squares where you can eat the best ice cream ever at La Fabrique Givrée.