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Ideally set just 50 metres away from the wharf, the hotel restaurant l’Escale d’en Arz welcomes you for an exceptional stay amidst the Gulf of Morbihan. This accommodation boasts unique views over the glittering waters of this sumptuous area and invites you to discover the refinement and beauty of a well-preserved island, the coast and fisherman’s houses from your functional guest room. Boasting a seaside scenic restaurant, the hotel l’Escale d’en Arz will spoil you with local specialities. Thanks to its conference rooms, this accommodation is also the ideal solution for groups visiting the Brittany’s area.
Pros: Room with a sea view was just great. Nice friendly atmosphere and a nice place to stay and eat as we watched the sun setting over the beach.
Cons: Nothing to worry about, my wife would have liked a hair dryer but not an issue.
Pros: Excellent location, the host was very friendly and offered us the room with ocean view at the same price like standard room. To have just the sound of ocean was perfect!
Cons: Rooms are pretty small and old. Inventory (bathroom) is also not very new.
Pros: Watching the rise and fall of the tide submerging and then revealing the wreck of a fishing boat, from our bedroom window was mesmerising. After the last ferry of the day has left, and first thing before they begin to arrive is a good time to go for a stroll. That said, the island is much less crowded than neighbouring Île aux Moines anyway, and it is the perfect place to explore by bike. We brought ours from the mainland, but there is a charge for this, and you can hire bikes on the quay anyway. We ate crepes on the terrace, and the food was well-prepared, and the prices reasonable. There are other places to eat, in the main village, but they don't have the view!
Cons: It is as well to be aware that you are above all paying for the location. The rooms are very small, and the ensuite is a preformed plastic affair, such as you find in budget hotels. The hairdryer (permanently wired in, in the bathroom) was cracked and mended with gaffer tape.The room was certainly not a place to linger (no tea or coffee-making facilities) however, with the same gorgeous views from the terrace below and so much to explore, why would you want to? However, it was extremely annoying to see that the hotel charges a full 10 euros less per night (which is now about £10 - Booking.com's exchange rate guide is out of date) if you book direct, than you will pay by going through this site - and to have it explained by the owner that this is because Booking.com charges hoteliers so much! It has recently become legal for hotels to charge more through the site than elsewhere, which makes Booking.com's price match claims regarding other internet sites rather irrelevant. I have learnt my lesson: research using Booking.com, but unfortunately it makes much more sense to telephone the hotel direct to make the actual booking.
Pros: Location near the landing stage on the Ile d'Arz very convenient as we had to carry our bags from there. Excellent and very generous breakfast, good evening meal but not for serious foodies. Staff pleasant.
Cons: Décor, especially upstairs, which seriously needs a facelift!! Room much smaller than it appeared on the photos. Shower broken and there was no enthusiasm about getting it repaired so we just had to manage. Room quite cold.