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Stayed here en-route to Brittany - 17/8/12 - a stinking hot day - we'd had a long journey and arrived hot and bothered to a full hotel. Problem - even though the print out of the booking indicated 2 adults + 2 children - the...More
After looking at the pictures online I thought this would be a good place to stay... Boy was I wrong. When we arrived we had to rooms of which both of the rooms were dirty and to make it worse we found hair in the...More
Stayed here a second year running with group of coach passengers on WWII tour. Had dinner on Friday night. The choice was very varied a cold buffet starter which quiet a lot of choice which if you were not starving would have sufficed as your...More
If you are looking for that real French experience then this is not for you. The room was clean and functional, the staff friendly and helpful. The rack rate for a twin room is about 80 Euros per room per night and offers reasonable value....More
USD 52 - USD 102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from William F | Reviewed this property |
Did not see ironing board or iron, but did not ask for one either.As stated above, rooms are very restricted for space, so even if one could lay hands on an ironing board, very little room to manoeuvre.
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"No elevator in the hotel, so definitely ground floor for those who have difficulty climbing stairs"