Really a comfortable spot, out of the way but close to several wonderful attractions and distractions. Wildlife, including otters, just across the street (street is on top of the levee), many chateaux and vignobles nearby.
The nicest surprise was the culinary and dining equipment. If you're accustomed to renting accommodations this will be a shock: cutlery was not blunt, copious (matching) stemware was not locked away, nor were dedicated escargot and oyster tools and serving ware, if you're into that; or there were nice plain white plates and cereal bowls if that's your thing.
Colin and Myriam were helpful and welcoming, and rumor has it Colin is a polyglot.
Bed and furniture were comfortable. Of course there are the usual character issues one expects from a house of this vintage: built-in tripping hazards, low head clearances here and there, steep stairs, typically inefficient kitchen layout, light switches in odd places, plumbing curiosities. All normal stuff, but probably unlike your house, especially if you're from the US.