Pros: This place is the best! Take the ocean view room, it's worth the few $ more. The Restaurant has a Michelin star and well worth it, the food is to die for! The staff is very friendly and ...
Pros: Evening meal in the restaurant which is Michelin star standard
Cons: The room was very poor, electric power points did not work (for charging phones etc), the balcony door/window did not open properly/ the TV remote did not work and worst of all the eco ...
Pros: everything excellent , friendly helpful staff. good breakfast
Pros: Great supper, delicious breakfast and a very comfortable room
Cons: the weather!!!
Pros: Extremely comfortable bed. Good night's sleep. Carefully prepared food; high quality ingredients. Attentive but not overly so service. The thought behind everything.
Cons: Would have booked a treatment in the spa but nobody picked up on my request. Tant pis.
Pros: The room was very big and very beatifull. The perfect place for quite weekend.
Cons: The hotel is far away from all the attractions. The Wifi hasn't worked. The landary service is expensive (40 euro).
Pros: Very nice furniture. View from the brakfast and dinner room is very nice. English spoken at the reception desk.
Cons: The staff at the breakfast and room cleaning did only speak French. The handle of the shower door was broken. Shower was very poor too (only little water came out). Room to the street, so no view at ...
Pros: Room was clean and the beds where very comfy.
Cons: Breakfast was a bit chaotic and although the dinner was prepared with skill it wasn't overly filling.
Pros: Great walks out onto the headland.
Cons: The garden rooms face inland onto the road.
When visiting Porspoder, Relais du Silence Le Château de Sable is a great choice to consider. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, or indulge in massages, body scrubs, or Ayurvedic treatments. A bar/lounge and a spa tub are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and bathrobes.
Pros: In a wonderful location, the Auberge is typically French but with lovely quirky extras. Within easy reach of lovely beaches and pleasant towns. The Auberge serves evening dinner and Sunday lunch and...
Cons: The proprietor is passionate about his food, and runs a lovely place, but do not expect chit-chat or laughs. The other staff made us very welcome, however.
Pros: I picked this property solely for the location, right along the coastal footpath. When I arrived (by foot), I knew I had lucked out! The property is beautiful and peaceful. It's fairly secluded ...
Pros: Loved the view from bedroom. Good location for walks.
Cons: Should have a menu with translations , too many suppliments to pay , breakfast should be included in room price.
Pros: Stunning views of Aber Ildut. Excellent for birdwatching. Good access to coastal footpath with very pleasant short walks in either direction.
Cons: The bed was sagging & lumpy. Hoteliers are in the business of selling a good night's sleep - everything else is set design - so investment in new mattresses is essential. It spoiled what was ...
Pros: The view was beautiful
Pros: breakfast and evening meal were excellent, the staff friendly and helpful ,the garden and general location most attractive
Pros: The peace and tranquility were simply excellent
Cons: The only negative would be that if you arrived late there was no evening meal. Not a problem in our case because we arrived in good time and found a local restaurant that was open.
Pros: A charming place, with character. We spent lovely two night in the Auberge and enjoyed both the quality of the accomodation and the wonderful food.
Pros: Situation was delightful on the edge of a tidal cove able to watch fish popping out of the water 200m away and egrets and white herons fishing. Extremely quiet and peaceful. Route cotier passes by the boundary. Hotel grounds very interesting.
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