One of the oldest hotels in France, this former monastery was rebuilt as an inn in 1734. The same family has owned it for five generations; today Jean-François Rieux manages the hotel just a 10-min. walk from the Episcopal City. Some of the bedrooms are traditional with classic furniture and antiques while others are bright with modern drapes and fabrics. Ask for a room with a view over the garden where you can sit on a balmy day. Downstairs, the public rooms are bright and airy, with a cozy bar and casual restaurant looking out at the greenery.