Sandrine is wonderful. Despite my non existent french, and her rusty english, we enjoyed several conversations and she guided us to excellent places to see and helped us decide where to eat. I really loved the relatively new, purpose built facilty. She and her family reside on one side, and the b & b rooms are on the other side. We had complete privacy, as you might find in a hotel, but she was just on the other side of the door into the breakfast room if we needed anything. The room itself was wonderful....luxurious crisp percale sheets, our own terrace, etc. The breakfast room had brochures and books galore, and a coffee and tea set up for a late night or early morning cup. Breakfast was delicious....fresh fruit and juice, and lovely baked items, great coffee. Bottom line....I often prefer a hotel to a b&b because too many are not really that professionally set up or comfortable....but this was better than a hotel in terms of comfort, and we got to visit with Sandrine! One caveat.....there is no AC, and it was hot a couple of nights. We had to keep the windows and doors closed because of mosquitos, so that was kind of a problem.