Some of the tomate tiles were loose. The Juliet balcony window didn't close properly, or I couldn't figure out how to close it. These were minor things, though. Oh, and there was no table bigger than the two bedside tables and the one round corridor-table, and no chairs, which was a bit inconvenient. But then, one would spend most of the time in the springs and outdoors!
It was a beautiful, homely house. Our room was on the second floor, facing the main street running through Rennes-les-Bains, and had a cosy bed with three fluffy duvets-- I loved that as I am easily cold, and there was no fighting over duvets! I liked having our own little standalone shower. The tiles were those lovely old red tomate tiles, which kept the room beautifully cool in the summer heat. There was lots of closet space and even candles. Charming room, comfy bed.
Christina was great. She was friendly, super helpful and competent. I loved breakfast partly because of her wonderful fait maison bread, muesli and confitures.
I even liked the presence of the dog, though the poor dear is wary of strangers.