We stayed for one night in June.
The location is a bit off the beaten track but in a very pretty small town. The are 3 restaurants (one is more of a bar/cafe) within 100 yards or so, but one of them (the more traditional one) happened to be closed when we were there, which was a Tuesday.
We parked just outside although we could have parked in the courtyard of the property.
This place is quirky but it is better for it, a very traditional place. The room was very large, as was the bathroom, and very well and tastefully furnished.
The breakfast was just excellent, traditional French with local produce and was left for us by the very welcoming hostess at the time of our choice.
We would definetely recommend