Yes, the rooms are not huge and the bathrooms are small but it is the charm and friendliness of the place and the owners that draw you in. You must be able to negotiate stairs. The breakfast was nice and did the trick. We only stayed one night as were traveling on but this former hunting lodge has been lovingly restored with blend of both old and new to make for comfortable stay. Thanks Graham.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Effortless hospitality and the balance between heritage and modern living make Le Rocher a unique Bed & Breakfast experience. Le Rocher was built in 1927 by a Parisien family the Maureys as a hunting lodge; it is perfectly nestled in the stunning valley where the family would hunt wild boar and deer. The house has a certain local notoriety and when built caused quite a stir because of its style which is not typical of the region and the type of building materials used. The name Le Rocher "the rock" refers to the rare volcanic material used in its construction and is to this day the subject of study by local schools. Le Rocher continues to evolve and we enjoy sharing our home and its development with our guests. ... more less