Just spent four nights here, it really is everything you need for a visit to the Luberon. The location is excellent in a charismatic 11th century town that unusually has a large range of restaurants still open in the off season.
It's quite basic but clean and very comfortable, I stayed in room 3 which overlooks the square and is a decent size. Breakfast is served flexibly so lie ins are fine, the owner is a very friendly and talkative chap who has been the proprietor since 1970! There's a private car park at the back and a shed for a bike.
Can't wait to return.More