In need of TLC and enthusiastic personnel
Whereas this hotel has potential and the building has good bones, it is obvious it has been neglected for quite some time (except for newer windows that function well), and is operating on a shoestring. Neither the common areas or the room are appealing. Worn out finishes, old rough towels, harsh soap, no hairdryer, no air conditioning, no fans, nowhere to lay a suitcase as the closet is used for storage of fold-away bed, broken light over the sink, no mirror in the main room, no decor to speak of, just a collection of mismatched old furnishings, hotel lobby used a linen folding area. Breakfast is offered at a cost in a small uninviting dark room, however one look at the dirty coffee machine at the bar convinced us to eat somewhere else. Dinner is available from 19:30 to 20:30, and mandatory advance reservation only.
One the positive side the beds are relatively comfortable (even though the sides of the box-springs are quite dirty), the pool is refreshing (the water looks very clean but the bottom of the pool is stained). Parking is great.
The village may have offered more services in the past and made this location convenient. We found good coffee and good service at a near by Cafe and great baked goods at two bakeries. Now most restaurants are closed. The only one open that one night was the pizzeria that only has outdoor seating where smoking is allowed. Food is mediocre; wine was served in a flimsy plastic glass with ice cubes. Not the typical French Cuisine at all