The hotel has 6 guest rooms spread over two floors, and a superb suite with the bedroom section on an upper level. The owners decided to install modern furnishings and equipment in the guest rooms in this building from another era with exposed old stones. Very refined, some might say that the glossy wooden furniture and the leather and steel armchairs are a little lacking in charm. The excellent quality beds are very comfortable. No two guest rooms are the same size or have the same layout, as the period walls have been kept intact. So while the standard rooms are slightly small, the lounge in the suites is a very respectable size. The windows have not been changed either, so the accommodation is often quite gloomy. In terms of the bathrooms, whether there is a shower or a bathtub depends on the layout of the guest room, but all surprisingly feature the inexpensive French Yves Rocher brand of complimentary toiletries. It goes without saying that the amenities include a minibar, a flat-screen television, music, and bathrobes.