This is a funky, well-apportioned, and well-outfitted space in the middle of a late medieval warren of city streets. It is close to the major religious sites and river Yonne, and around the corner from restaurants, shops, and a great littel Monoprix supermarket. It is in a cool converted 18th century wine loft, with clean and modern furnishings, AC, and includes wine and drinks available for purchase; tea, coffee and cocoa are complimentary. The owner Hadrien is efficient, speaks good English, and has everything covered. The town is a little gritty without being unsafe. The sites are less touristed and set amidst a real working small French city. This is real France, not the canned France of Paris or Avignon, and well worth the visit.