This hotel was just like you would like it to be if you owned it yourself. Cosy and with time to chat with the guests. It's the sort of place where you shake hands with the owners before you leave. It's a little hotel with only six rooms - so you won't find a night portier here: You are simply handed the keys to the main door together with the one to your room. And should you need help, you can call the host.
The breakfast was only 11 € and I had more expensive ones on fancy cafees in Paris. This one in Cucuron was far better and served with a selection of fruit, jams, honey, a croissant (of course) and other types of bread, juice, tea and coffee. It was nice, however I always miss my danish all grain bread when I'm travelling.
This is not a luxury hotel. You won't find any pool, fitness room or lounge. But it has something else. It has a rural and relaxed atmosphere - an authentic provencal feeling. And though it was obviously not new accomodation, everything was in perfect order, well maintained and very clean.
This hotel is not recommended for disabled people as there is only a narrow spiral staircase and no elevator.
I'll definately come back someday.
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