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All reviews one night would stay here again public holiday within easy walking distance charm heart village france contrast pablo saturday position region proprietor bedroom
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Reviewed 2 May 2016

This hotel is typical of so many in France - modest bedroom and inadequate bathroom.
The layout of the hotel was confusing with our bedroom being between two floors accessed by a minute lift. The bedroom defined as a studio had a kitchenette, a separate and sunny lounge and a rooftop area, so plenty for your money! The bathroom was poor with no bath and a rather unpleasant shower tray. However a price of 80 euros to include breakfast was good value although one night stay was probably enough!
The hotel offered secure parking for 6 euros per night.

  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Vigilant2013
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Reviewed 21 August 2015

On a walking tour from Setcases to Banyuls sur Mer we walked into the village of Ceret and our accommodation at this charming art hotel. Gilles was very informative and obviously proud of his heritage in this region. While it is accommodation and breakfast the Cafe next door is excellent and it was great to be able to sit so close to the Hotel and enjoy the wandering musicians playing for tips. The room was very pleasant and on the first floor above a busy road so expect some noise. Thoroughly charmed by the incredible original art in the breakfast room and around the hotel.

Room Tip: If you can get one higher up in the hotel or over the internal courtyard it may be more quiet.
  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank TravelCapt
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Reviewed 13 August 2015

stopped off in Ceret on the way down to the Costa Blanca. Very simple but clean and comfortable hotel. Owners are very pleasant and breakfast was a real treat.
Ceret is a wonderful little hidden town in the hills at the French/Spanish border and definitely worth the very slight detour as you exit the motorway at Le Boulou

  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled with family
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Thank Lisa T
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Reviewed 11 May 2015

Right in the heart of beautiful Ceret, the location is perfect. Our room with 2 little balconies was spacious and had fantastic views of the village and mountains beyond.
The busy Saturday market set up and started and we slept through it all as we closed the wooden shutters outside the windows the night before!
Some of the staff could have been friendlier, but it didn't really matter as it's such good value. We didn't have breakfast, preferring to visit the various nearby cafes and patisserie for coffee and pastries.
Don't miss the Modern Art museum.

Room Tip: View over the main street, but don't forget the shutters!
  • Stayed: May 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank alisondonnelly
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Reviewed 17 September 2014

The staff welcomed us enthusiastically and were keen to speak English, which is always good for those of us with only basic O-level French.... Our room was a Suite on the fourth floor and was light, spacious and airy with two double French patio doors with Juliette balconies with fabulous views over pretty much the Centre of the beautiful Town of Ceret, which appeals to people with a variety of interests. Arts - there is a working fountain designed by Pablo Picasso right opposite your window and an Art Museum nearby would also be a great base for hikers, walkers, tourists, cyclists this town has a lot to offer including a great Saturday Market and Thursday Antiques Market. Less than one minutes walk away is the towns best restaurant called Des Bisbe at the Hotel Vidal - they start Dinner at 7.45pm. It is best to book. You eat in an open atrium covered over with Vine Leaves, very atmospheric. Thebedroom has rather dated furniture but some how it just didn't matter, the quirkiness just added to its charm. WiFi signal was very good here. Other rooms on lower floors could only use Wifi in the public areas. There is a bathroom which was basic but there was a separate room for the toilet. We were here for one night only as we rent a villa about half an hour away and needed a bolt hold . No tea making facilities are in the room but there is a cafe/bar directly outside the entrance to the hotel. Parking is available at the rear of the hotel, let them know first. Breakfast is fresh croissants and bread with a selection of jams and really good coffee.

Room Tip: We booked a "Suite" S11 fourth floor it had a double bed and a single bed, overlooking the Picasso Fountain. Old fashioned furniture with great charm. It was nice to hear the noise of the day to day living in this charming town. I would recommend a visit to this beautiful town.
  • Stayed: September 2014, travelled as a couple
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