We booked this place for it's location right in the historical pedestrian area) and because it had an elevator. It was a lovely surprise to find a fantastic rooftop terrace, beautiful decor (the owner studied interior decor and painting) and artwork (the ground floor of their building is the owner's art gallery.
We really liked our room (size and amenities) -- Just off the roof top terrace and indoor breakfast room with a fridge and small kitchen that you can use. Our room and bathroom (new) with walk in shower was spacious and beautiful -- bed was comfortable.
The rooftop terrace was a brilliant bonus -- It was a lovely place to eat breakfast (can bring food here, fridge) or just sit and read during the day or evening. I've included photos of our room, the common kitchen area and rooftop patio.
The owners are so sweet and lovely. We used google translate on our phone to talk to the lady. Her husband was better with English.
FYI: Info on Parking and breakfast.
The parking (free with your booking) is a bit of a hike. My husband said it took between 5 and 10 minutes to get there. I don't think there are any other options if you are staying in the historical pedestrian center, which we were by choice. You can pay for street parking but it is very expensive.
We paid 10 Euros for the breakfast the first morning but did not feel it was good value as it was pastry/bread, jam, coffee (or tea, or hot chocolate), and juice. It was cheaper to just buy at a local store. We paid 10 euros at other B&B's during our month in France and those breakfasts included eggs and yogurt.
Just buy something locally if you are on a budget or want specific things for breakfast and take it out to the roof top terrace.
We preferred Saint Remy over Aix. St Remy is so clean and charming. Lots of shops and art galleries. Visit Les Beaux (short drive away) and the hospital where Van Gogh stayed.
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