Run by the town mayor Thibaut, this 13th-century timbered inn is chock-a-block with antiques, from iron lanterns to dressers lined with pewter plates. You can soak up the medieval atmosphere over an unashamedly old-fashioned lunch of Bresse chicken with creamed morels. With prices from 136€–257€ for a double, the bedrooms are rather overpriced. If you do decide to stay, go all out for a lit à baldaquin (four-poster bedroom) in Le Manoir or St Georges, as Pavillion rooms lack charm.