The house is on a quiet street with a bakery, post office and general merchandise/food in easy walking distance. The trip on the little "bac" over to the old town was always a pleasure. Martine was there to help us in the first day to restart the central heating and the wifi connection. With bad weather for much of our vacation, we found the house comfortable. The appointments were complete with the slight exception of a dryer, but the house overall was spacious. We had a good relationship with the owners as well as Martine.
We commented to the owners about not supplying towels and linen, which, it would seem, would exclude possible visitors who did not travel by car. We found that our roof box was full when you added all the linen for four people. Maybe this policy should be reviewed.
The bathroom arrangements were very good, and completely modernised, and with plenty of storage space in the bedrooms. The beds tended to be a little hard compared with our own at home, but perhaps that it "une affaire de gout". The space in the main living room was divided into one area with a large table for dining, and the other had comfortable sofas for relaxing. The large windows gave plenty of light, and, when open, offered plenty of fresh air and, when closed, provided a cosy atmosphere. There was even a view of the sea and part of the bay.
Parking was possible on the drive in front of the house or, optionally, on the drive at the side. There was even space in the main garage for a car, if needed. We did not use it for this, merely access to the house and a place where we could leave outdoor clothes, umbrellas, etc..
We did not use the garden at the rear, having spent much of our time in town or visiting nearby towns. But it is clear that, given good weather, it would be very pleasant eating, playing or relaxing out there.