Perfectly acceptable for an overnight stop. 2 hrs drive from the channel tunnel so it was good place to break our journey to Strasbourg. It’s a French provincial hotel rather than something a little more comfortable/mainstream like a Holiday Inn Express. Clean and functional rather than plush. There’s plenty of free parking and there were always lots of empty bays. Nobody parked next to us. The accommodation is at the rear of the property and the room doors open onto a covered walkway in the open air ie they don’t open onto an internal corridor so it’s a motel style property. We parked a few metres away from our door. The rooms were large and clean and they had electric blinds on the windows which gave a total black out effect when sleeping. Overnight, there was no noise from next door or from outside. The chap that checked us in didn’t speak a word of English but we managed to check-in OK. We were a little concerned as to how easy it would be to use the restaurant given the language barrier but in the event all was fine. The restaurant was spacious and it wasn’t overly busy. I got the feeling that many of the customers were just passing through like we were. Our meal was very nice. You can view the restaurant menu/prices via the hotel’s website and we found this very useful. The only slight gripe was the cost of breakfast. It was 11 euros per person and I would have expected more of a selection for that price. Overall, we'd stay here again.