This house is a little gem, sadly our 4 days stay ended with a bitter argument with the owners. Although we had booked several weeks before our stay, the owner contacted us 48 hours before our arrival date to let us know there would not be any internet at the property. Our US phones did not work and we were heavily relying on Wifi to conduct important overseas business whilst in France. Having specifically requested an Airbnb property with Wifi, we decided to "go with the flow" as if was too short notice to book another place. When we arrived, we were greeted by Pat, the owner who mentioned an unexpected added tax (we also found out later we were overcharged). Later on that first evening we add to contact the owners as we were all really cold and the property felt really damp (probably due to the unusual cold weather and the fact we were also the first guests in a while). The hot water was just tepid and we just could not warm up and I was worried about my 17 months old little boy 's being so cold. Evelyn, the other owner, told us that although they lived 10 mins away, they were not able to come by that evening. So we all slept with our clothes on. Pat came the following day and switched on the heating, the water seemed to have warmed up too. On the day of check out we got up early to straighten up the place before leaving and said our goodbye to Pat and Evelyn. When Pat asked for the "tax de sejour" we queried the fact that we were being overcharged for it and when we asked if we could pay via airbnb. Before we were able to settle this amiably, Pat had lost his temper and what could have ended as constructive feedback turned into a shouting match. I was embarrassed and regretful we had to leave it like this. We left without paying the questionable tax (and we of course want to clarify this with Airbnb). It is a real shame and I hope we can all put this experience behind us. I am sure other guests will have a great stay there as Pat and Evelyn have done a stunning job with the property.