We stayed in one of the lower priced (relatively) ground floor rooms so we could focus our budget on making the most of the Michelin starred restaurant. The room was absolutely fine, probably better than we expected, clean, quite spacious and comfortable with a shared outdoor seating area which was pleasant, though without a view as such. If you want to spend more you can have a room with a view over the fabulous coastline and the old town I guess .
The outlook from the restaurant and its terrace however, is stunning. It was our wedding anniversary, so as you might imagine, we had plans for the 'chambre' which didn't centre around looking at the view. I had a mild concern that the restaurant might be overly formal but, though it felt right and sensible to dress the part, it wasn't stuffy, simply top drawer quality and sophistication, yet cool. We were blessed by the most magnificent evening and sunset as we sat back and enjoyed the maitre d' and his staff taking us through the courses. The food was fantastic. We finished with champagne and macaroons on the terrace. Wonderful.
The walk into the beautiful old town takes perhaps 10 minutes. You're right on the coast the whole way. Gorgeous on a sunny day. I dare say it could be exposed when the weather moves in.More
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