So first things first, Premiere Classe is something of a lesson in you get what you pay for. It’s cheap because it’s very basic, but if you’re just looking for a bed for the night it’s a good option. First, the positives: the room was very clean, the bed and pillows were comfortable and we all slept well. There’s a TV in the room, the shower/toilet en suite was also nice and clean and the shower was good, although the temperature did fluctuate a little bit. Breakfast was what you would expect for the price (€5.90, or about £5) – a buffet of two kinds of cereals with milk, croissants, toast, breakfast biscuits, jam and butter, juice, hot drinks from a machine, yoghurt. All self serve and you can go up and get more if you want. The dining area was very clean and the food was decent. Negatives: the entrance is easy to miss, but as it’s on a roundabout and the roads nearby are quiet it’s not a problem to turn around and have another go. It’s right by a main road, which can be quite noisy although our sleep wasn’t disturbed by it. As far as I could tell, there is no lift, but there are ground floor rooms. So if you have any accessibility needs it’s worth stipulating you need a ground floor room. Other considerations: It’s laid out like a typical American motel, in that all the rooms open straight out onto the pavement or balcony walkway if you’re on the first or second floor. This wasn’t a problem for us, but I know some people don’t like it. We took a family room for three people with a double bed and a single. The single is above the double, though, like a bunk bed. Because our child is only three, my husband slept in the bunk as it wouldn’t have been safe to put a child that young up there. It was a bit of a squeeze for my husband , but he did just about fit! The room isn’t big, which was fine for us but if we’d had a baby or younger child and needed to set up a cot, there wouldn’t have been enough room. Pets are accepted for a nominal nightly fee.