We were very happy with the flat and knew what to expect because we did our homework but a few things to be aware of are:-
Town centre location means limited and restricted and charged for parking especially during the day. We parked in the free car park at Portalet about 200 metres away and walked. A busy car park but we never had a problem parking there at night (both in getting a space and security).
The flat is very quiet because it has no windows facing the square. This also means it only has natural light from the rear where there is a patio door onto a nice sole use patio area one floor up.. But do not expect to sunbathe at the flat as it is surrounded by other residential properties several floors high.
No problem for us but be aware that the bathroom is very small and at its narrowest point the gap between the shower glass panel and the route to the (recessed) toilet is only c.16 inches (40 cm).
Bang in the centre of the town with front door opening onto the church and market but no windows at the front so no street noise at all.
Suprisingly large studio flat on the first floor with excellent security, comfortable bed and living area furniture. All the facilities we used including wifi and air con, worked very well and the flat was in excellent condition and very easy to get used too.
Veronique provided basics like tea, coffee, salt, pepper and oil, washing up liquid and the like. Baker across the street and small supermarket and many other shops within 100 metres as well as the market immediately outside on Sunday and Thursday morning.
The flat is directly opposite the tourist info centre and the main door of the church (next to "Flanker" clothes shop).