Good location but work needed.
We stayed her for 3 nights. We we were in room 205. This was a comfort room 205 looked out the front over the square and church.
Room 205 was roomy with a large double bed plus en-suite. The room had a couple of chairs, wardrobe ,tv, kettle etc. The en-suite was enormous with bath with shower over, sink and toilet. The shower was good although we wondered why they didn’t put a serrated shower in as there was ample room plus why the toilet was situated behind the door was a mystery. There were very falls windows but the opening skylights did not work so if you wanted fresh it was one of the large casements you had to open. These were not fitted with any device to hold them open which meant the wind blew them about. The room was comfortable but looked in need of a makeover. Thankfully it was a warm October as the heating, a radiator in the bedroom and another in the bedroom, was insufficient. They would have been better if they got hot more than 1/3 of the way up..
Downstairs we had breakfast in a room which had clearly had a make over and was smart and comfortable. The breakfast, 13€ per person, was generous and a large range for a continental breakfast.
We had paid for parking which was 10€ a night. The car park is round the back but is not signposted. It has an electronic gate and is secure plus has charging for electric vehicles. On one evening we arrived to find this car park full so went to ask about the second car park we seen from the hotel. This was also secure and needed staff not only to give you access but also to open the gates to let out. The member of staff on duty was initially reluctant to let us use this second car park but did eventually agree!
There is a bar which was closed on the first evening, because they dit not have a barman. This I found odd.
The hotel is in a great position giving easy access to the town, ramparts and the surrounding area. It is sad the investment has not been made for it to achieve its potential. less