The second hotel within the city walls is big on charm and offers the best value in the moderate price range. The main building has a honey-colored stone exterior with iron bars on the windows. The lobby is cosy with suits of armor and elaborate Louis XIII–style furniture. Bedrooms are modern and very comfortably furnished; some have old exposed stone walls or views of the ramparts. At the end of the garden a second building has the family rooms and suites, all with a terrace. Bathrooms here have both a tub and a shower. The hotel also runs the adjacent restaurant Chez Christine. In summer, the garden is the perfect breakfast spot.