It is a charming, traditional hotel made up of 02 different buildings which are separated by the tiny, main street that runs through the village. On the rock side, you will find the medium sized lobby filled with regional antique furniture and some of the bedrooms. The other building, on the valley side, houses a village cafe-type bar and the rest of the bedrooms. All the rooms are very different from one another whether in style, shape or even size. Nether theless they are all prettily and interestingly decorated with some charming regional pieces of furniture. The valley side building also houses the restaurant which serves regional cuisine. Here you will be able to enjoy the quite reknown cuisine of mr menaux whilst admiring the stunning views over the small canyon. It is a charming, family run, small property located in fantastic settings. One drawback though is that access is quite difficult and Parking access will only be found in the public car Parks a few 'hair pin' bends away.