Here they are pretty strict with mealtimes, and much earlier risers than the Spanish, so if you want to try this historic place, prepare yourselves to eat dinner at 19.30 at the latest, and eat lunch before 13h. The building is decorated in classic medieval style. Its origins date back to 1270, it's the oldest inn in use in France. The cuisine is French, based on seasonal produce and it's menu prices are reasonable. Closed Sunday evening, Monday and Tuesday.
Here you can find stores dedicated to the selling products related to honey and bees, and roses. This shop, and the one in the square of the medieval citadel are the most curious. Honey, pollen, wax, beauty products and gift and even some delicious rose sweets adorn the shelves of this place.