Ray and Cath are delightful hosts. They took care to make sure we had all we needed, and when I happened to mention that I was a little concerned about arrangements for returning our hire car, Cath telephoned the agency to ask their advice on my behalf. They were never intrusive but they always seemed very ready to help if we needed it. The house is charming, well-equipped and with a lovely sunny terrace at the front with a table, chairs and parasol. We had all our meals out there, with peace and quiet except for birds and cicadas! There is a pleasant little garden too, mostly lawn with useful things such as a washing line and barbecue. The kitchen has a useful though rather elderly washing-machine. The house is (I think) pretty old with thick stone walls, so kept pleasantly cool on even very hot days).
I've suggested to them that some more towels would be useful, as the ones provided are on the small side, or you could bring more of your own. I don't like heights, so took a while to get used to the very steep ladder-staircase up to the sleeping loft (but I should have been more prepared for this as it was perfectly clear from the info given)... the house probably wouldn't suit young children, or heavy drinkers (!). The bathroom floor was inclined to stay damp as there is probably some ground-water from the hill, but it wasn't a big problem. British guests may find the fact that the shower room opens off the kitchen a little disconcerting, but it's not uncommon in holiday properties in France where building rules are different.