We continue to be very fond of the Saint-Paul, a 17thC building recently renovated, and of its charming owner, Marianne Oberlin, who took over its management from her parents and now runs the place. The public rooms are stylish in an unfussy way with beamed ceilings, stone walls, haute epoque and good country antiques, orange and red blinds, stripy armchairs and some quirky touches, such as interesting portraits of animals hanging on the walls. Facing the entrance, a carefully tended courtyard garden, with two huge Anduzian vases, is set behind a glass wall. The cellar breakfast room is a particularly elegant variation on the theme, with high-backed tapestry chairs and round wooden tables with white linen.
  Rooms are colourful and range in style from the modern - vibrant - to the traditional - exposed beams. Some rooms have flowery curtains; whilst all have flowery fabric on the walls. Our room under the eaves felt cosy, with views over the rooftops; others have four-posters, wooden or antique brass bedsteads. The latest renovations added plenty of thoughtful details such as USB outlets, as well as brand-new safes, minibars and much more. All in all easy-going and well run: a pleasure to stay in.