Pros: Great location. Helpful and friendly hosts. Spacious and comfortable accommodation. A really exceptional property!
Pros: A beautiful B and B with fantastic views. Hosts were very attentive and helpful. Lovely, well appointed bedroom and bathroom. Couldn't have asked for more.
Cons: There was nothing to dislike.
Pros: The lovely welcome with fresh cool water offered after our 9 hour coastal walk. The early breakfast followed by a lift to the bus all done with a smile. Nothing was too much bother.
Pros: Superb room, made to feel very welcome, and owners friendly with good local knowledge and advice.
Pros: The hostess delighted us with a beautiful Brittany breakfast every morning. She baked Breton cakes and apple cake .We shared our meal with the other guests who were happy to share their experiences ...
Cons: Nothing.The newly renovated bath room with its brand new rain shower and veranda overlooking Audierne Bay was delightful !
Pros: very comfortable
Pros: Beautiful view from the terrasse
Pros: The sea view
Villa Keris is a large comfortable guest house which dates from the early 20th century. The story tells us that it is a dancer at the Moulin Rouge, his stage name Mona Keris who built it, because we had extolled the benefits of good sea air. Hence the name of the house! On board, you relax, and enjoy a warm welcome. Upon awakening, the breathtaking view of the Bay of Audierne invite you to enjoy the beach. Or to walk along the coastal footpath to the Pointe du Raz. The three bedrooms (marine, dune and ocean) have private bathrooms and sea views. We lend you our ATV and you will benefit from our advice walks and restaurants, if you want!
Pros: The hotel ambience; the super room, the fabulous restaurant, fabulous food, and unfailingly helpful staff.
Cons: Air conditioning in the room would have helped.
Pros: Exceptionally friendly and helpful reception staff; dogs are welcome; great position opposite the water and a short stroll to the town; clean and comfy room with a balcony and a fine view over the ...
Cons: Sadly Audierne itself is a rather run down town - there are many derelict buildings. None of the beaches are dog friendly. The carpet in the room was made of a plasticy type material (very odd - but...
Pros: Very comfortable bed and very nice view on the harbour, central location and helpful staff.
Pros: An amazing hotel nothing to dislike, all very good.
Pros: All of the staff
Cons: Price did not include breakfast and it would have been a lot extra!
Pros: The rooms all have balconies looking out over the harbour. In the morning our room was filled with sun, and it was so lovely to be able to sit outside and watch the boats whilst having a cup of ...
Pros: excellent rooms, with sea view and balcony. excellent breakfast - expensive but very good. lounge area for residents too. good wifi, food in restaurant very good and if you like sea food, it is highly...
Pros: The location, the room, the bathroom towels etc, the exceptionally welcoming staff. The hotel has a gourmet restaurant
Cons: Limited drawer storage; €16 was a bit steep for a continental breakfast
Pros: View from the room was lovely but the 2nd floor balcony is very narrow - one can only really sit sideways! Nice to have a spacious seating area in the room and a large shower room with 2 washbasins. ...
Cons: Lack of storage space was a big 'minus'. There is an entrance hallway to the room which could usefully have housed several pegs for outdoor coats. The 'wardrobe' is a small open ...
Pros: Beds were super comfortable. Location excellent.
Cons: Flooring in our room it was like rubber not at all luxurious. Toilet was smelly.
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Le Goyen. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms at this upscale hotel offer balconies or patios, room service, and free WiFi.
Pros: Great view of the sea - a really nice terrace. Helpful staff. Excellent dinner.
Cons: Everything lived up to expectations
Pros: The presentation of food excellent.Beautiful seafood, with a small choice for non seafood lovers.
Cons: Room 22 terrace superb overlooking beach.would love les Logis to come into 20th and 21st century with tea/coffee making facilities and fridge in room. Hot weather exceptional but fans available on...
Pros: Fantastic views from the balcony and dining room. Well worth booking a seaview room but note that the wind blows here, even on a fabulous day in June.
Cons: Restuarant menu too fussy for us. Good chef at work but trying to be too clever and over priced for what it was. The 'pretty walk into town along the river' mentioned in another review is ...
Pros: Location on the beach
Cons: I was allocated a very poor room at basement level with small window and poor view.
Pros: Comfortable beds and the sound of the sea
Cons: Stayed here before so no real dislikes
Pros: Everything about the hotel was very acceptable for a short stay thanks to the inclusion of the facilities expected in a good quality hotel with direct access to a beach. Breakfast was reasonable for ...
Cons: The particular room could have been larger for anyone staying several nights as getting in all the nice facilities leaves no room for suitcases except in the bathroom.
Pros: Rooms right on the beach and a dining room with sensational views over the lovely bay. Seafood in the restaurant was wonderful- didn't try much else, but neighbouring tables seemed happy with ...
Cons: Poor wi-fi reception in downstairs rooms, but fine in lounge/ reception. Hotel is very simple, so do not expect five- star luxury! ( Why would you at these prices?)
Pros: View from the room was amazing
Pros: Lovely location, quality service, wonderful location ' on the beach'
Cons: Restaurant menu too expensive and mainly seafood - needs to be more varied and cheaper prices. Although bathroom was large the shower over the bath had no screen or curtain so floor unavoidably ...
Pros: This is perfect seaside hotel, impeccable décor charming management and staff and good food
Cons: No negatives at all
Pros: Lovely co ordinated decor. Large communal areas. Friendly staff. Enjoyable dinner in lovely surroundings, excellent choice on menu. Friendly chef came to say hello.
Cons: Would have liked tea/coffee making facilities in room. No fire evacuation details in bedroom.
Pros: The hotel is in the most beautiful location
Cons: Nothing could have been better. It is an amazing hotel
When visiting Esquibien, Auberge du Cabestan is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Auberge du Cabestan, which serves French cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are offered, and rooms get the details right with premium bedding and rainfall showerheads.
Pros: The hotel is fine, if a little characterless. It is in an ideal position for the beach and close to the town. The apartments are spacious.
Cons: You can only book in and check out at the times stated. The office is not open at other times. When we got there they couldn't find our booking but I think that was just because their paperwork was a little mixed up.
Pros: Proximity to the beach and the use of a pool
Cons: Initial booking was confused and we were given a studio instead of an apartment and only after I brought this to the receptionist's attention was it addressed. Also, reception staff were slow to deal with problems.
Pros: Superb restaurant on site. Excellent service and fantastic food. Great views. Great spa facilities
Cons: Room was small but bathroom was large
Pros: Comfortable bed. Overlooked the small bay and harbour. Though could be noisy as close to main road.
Cons: The amenities were old. In fact the installed hairdryer unit overheated and smoked the bathroom out. There was no safety switch. When reported to the owner a replacement dryer was provided but there ...
Pros: Nice view from the room, good meal in the restaurant. Very efficient staff.
Cons: The room felt a little small once we had our luggage in the room.