Not recommended for those with mobility issues. You must park in the village car park and schlep your bags up a fairly steep hillside path/alleyway of about 100 meters to the hotel. The hotel is not accessible by car, not even to drop off your luggage. Also, you must climb a steep staircase to your room. In our room there was even a staircase of 5 steps to the bathroom from the bedroom.
There is no TV in the room.
There was no dinner available at the hotel and all of the village restaurants and cafes were closed by 7pm with the exception of one bar. We made do with some fruit we had brought with us. We had had an excellent late lunch at a local restaurant, so it was not a huge deal to us.
There is not a real shower in the bathroom. There is a tub with a handheld sprayer, which is mounted at the same height as the tub faucet. If mounted higher on the wall it could function quite well as a shower.
Like stepping back in time to a quieter, simpler lifestyle. Beautiful views from the village out over the vineyards and poppy fields.
We enjoyed visiting a couple of local vineyards.
The hosts were very welcoming. We felt as though we were being welcomed into their home. We were invited to take our wine out to the terrace. Stefan opened our wine for us and provided glasses. We enjoyed watching the swallows wheeling about in the sky.
Breakfast was quintessentially French, with croissants, baguettes, house made jams, and honey. Yogurt, cheeses, and sausages rounded out the meal.
The wifi worked well. We were able to stream some news and Netflix to our computer, which is a good thing as there was no TV in the room.