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Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

We booked for one night on the way home to sample the fabulous oysters and fruit de met. It's a superb location with ample parking just in front of the hotel. The room was clean and well appointed with a fabulous view of the sea. The coffee in the morning was one of the best we've had and the continental breakfast fresh and more than adequate. This is a typical quaint little French gem. We would highly recommend a stay.

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank 69TracyD69
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Reviewed 26 June 2017

We stayed here one night on a French trip and it was really great, the generous room overlooking the sea was beautifully decorated and everything was top class, nice owners too. Parking an issue due to festival, but normally not so bad. 100€ per night, very reasonable in this popular town. Definitely return.

Room tip: We had room 21, did not see others, but this was perfect.
Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank BockerOlney
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Reviewed 27 May 2015

Small charming hotel with all amenities and comfort, buble bath and fantastic view on the seashore. The landlord is cheerful and the hotel can welcome disables people in a very cosy suite on the ground floor.

Room tip: Quiet and accessible for handicapped people
Date of stay: May 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Pauline H
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Reviewed 28 July 2014

Nice hotel, but very expensive "petit-déjeuner", 10 Euro/person. You get a 1/2 glass of juice 1/4 of a baguette and one Croissant and some coffe or chcolat.. Hotel does not have a private parking, so You have to park on the street or at seaside

Date of stay: July 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank J F
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Reviewed 20 August 2013

We know Cancale pretty well having stayed there a handful of times (each time in a different hotel), and this time was just an overnight stop on our way back to Paris from the far South West of Brittany. I booked this hotel simply because on Booking.com it appeared to be the only one with space (late booking, mid August, not very surprising!) and I didn't have much time for lots of other searching, so figured that for one night it would be fine whatever! It was a lot more than just "fine" and we didn't even have a full sea-view room :-) although we arrived a little after 7pm, the hotelier had called us earlier to find out what our anticipated arrival time would be and he sent me all details and door code via SMS. We arrived fine, unloaded and got in to our room - very pleasant room (no. 12). Our room had a king size bed, a single bed and a kind of separate room with bunk beds also. 2 loos (one adjoined to bathroom). We had a side view of the sea. The room was very clean and clearly individually decorated with interesting little features (huge china vases on the floor) which made it very attractive. The bathroom had a Jacuzzi bath - though we didn't use it. We didn't have breakfast as we weren't sure of timing etc - we have also previously had breakfast in other places on the harbourside before, although be warned, it's not that easy. Café Julian does a sort of breakfast, and there is a sandwich place (which is probably best) which is unpretentious and does toasted sandwiches and coffee (though have forgotten what it's called). It's not as easy to find breakfast as one would imagine given the number of eateries there. Parking is always a hassle in Cancale because of the central carpark system, however, I would urge you to hang around a bit as the movement is also very high - people in and out the whole time, so you don't have to wait long usually to get a space if they are all "full". I agree with other reviewers that the hotel is expensive - our room was 150 euros for the night which even in August, given the fairly basic nature of the establishment, is high enough. Cancale is super, this hotel is fine as long as you don't mind being somewhere that is not staffed evenings / overnight.

Date of stay: August 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Taormina-Tourist
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