This is an amazing hotel dating back hundreds of years. If you're interested in WWII history, it is also steeped in that Montgomery ate in the restaurant, and there is a picture in the restaurant of the first tank from the Canadian Hussars regiment in the town (they shot at the church steeple...I think they missed!). The service is excellent...all professional. The rooms are up three stone spiral staircases. The rooms are 'older' but steeped in character. The beds are comfortable, and you have everything you need. The restaurant is outstanding. We had a very reasonable plat d'jour for an excellent price. (My boys had the rabbit and loved it (ages 15 and 17). My wife and I are coeliac...less options, but they knew what we could and could not have. You don't need to buy anything more expensive than the house wine. The breakfast was a traditional european affair with a basket of croissants and baguette (all eaten by my boys) ham and cheese, and yogurt. The pot of coffee was perhaps the best I've had in France to date. Check out the photos in the morning eating room (signed Winston Churchill note!!...and one from Monty!!!). All in all: an amazing place. Please both stay and eat here (and enjoy the historical French ambience).