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Pros: Beautifully decorated rooms, lovely breakfast on the veranda, very welcoming host and loved the tennis courts. Very romantic atmosphere overall.
Cons: If you arrive late at night (e.g. after dinner) the walk from the parking to the house is a quite dark
Pros: very good breakfast, typical french, but high quality , for us perfect. quiet location, but many options avalable. we enjoyed everything. regards to Marie-Odile she treat us friendly and is a lovly lady of the house.
Cons: everything was very good, exactly like we expected.the rooms was perfect designed and big.
Pros: The house is lovely furnished with a lot of attention to detail. Each room has its own theme and ours was very spacious. The accommodation is located quietly amidst nature but not too far away from a breathtaking coast. A perfect place to slow down. Breakfast was amazing and the hosts were adorable. PS: If need be there is a refrigerator to store food / drinks.
Pros: Warm welcome from excellent hosts
Pros: Breakfast, decoration, nice room, sense of being at home..nice hosts. We stayed an extra night as it was great.
Cons: breakfast good , but every morning about the same
Pros: Food fantastic
Cons: Wardrobe draw
Pros: Lovely decorated very comfortable and spacious rooms owned and run be a delightful couple.
Located in Gruchet-Saint-Simeon, La Maison De Lalette is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Alabaster Coast and Office de Tourisme Saane et Vienne. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, laundry facilities, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We were treated like Kings, excellent is an understatement.
Cons: Nothing at all
Pros: The hospitality is superb!
Pros: This is A fantastic house and garden - with athmosphere and charme. The host, Lalette did everything for us to arrange The best stay . We will always remember this plays
Pros: Great hospitality and attentive hostess who made us so welcome. Wonderful breakfasts and beautiful comfortable suite, a truly relaxing environment.
Pros: The owner couldn’t do enough for us. The kids were treated to a night time jacuzzi despite our late arrival!
Cons: We wished we were staying longer!
Pros: Lalette is a gifted hostess and cook and goes beyond all normal expectations to make your stay with her amazing.
Pros: Breakfast was excellent. The house is lovely and nicely decorated. The hosts Lalette and Eddy are wonderful. Welcoming you like friends. Very attentive to your needs.
Pros: a very charming and interesting landlady
Set in Varengeville-sur-Mer, 23 km from Saint-Valéry-en-Caux, Les grandes Masures B&B offers a garden and free WiFi. There is a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer in each unit, along with free toiletries. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. Les grandes Masures B&B offers a terrace. There is a shared lounge at this property and guests can go hiking and cycling nearby. Dieppe is 10 km from the accommodation, while Le Tréport is 42 km from the property. The nearest airport is Deauville - Normandie Airport, 109 km from Les grandes Masures B&B.
Pros: Lovely clean spacious room. We had a family room with a cot. Lovely welcoming host and nice breakfast.
Pros: The building is very modern and the rooms were also very modern (a bit like an Ikea showroom). The rooms are upstairs, with the breakfast being served in a downstairs dining area. The breakfast was good, with Frosties for the kids (so they were happy). Nice warmed croissants and bread rolls, cheese, yoghurt. Nice bright dining area.
Cons: Being English, we would have liked a kettle and tea/coffee making facilities but there were none in the room and nowhere to make any. Also, we had brought food in a cool box to eat for supper, as we were travelling with another family (4 adults, 4 children). It was raining, so we could not sit in the garden to eat and the owner said that was the only place. If the sun had been shining, and we had brought disposable plates etc, we would have eaten there. Also, were were given a choice of two breakfast slots, 0745 or 0915. I've not come across this idea before and it meant we had to get up earlier than we would have liked, as the 0915 breakfast would have made us late the Eurotunnel. There was nothing at all to do here except sit in your room. No communal sitting area, so with a young family we had to be out literally until bed time.
Pros: Friendly, professional host. Spotlessly clean, very nice
Pros: We arrived too early and sat in the lovely garden then we were let in and shown to our rooms once Madame had arrived, still ahead of our check-in time, which was much appreciated. There was good communication beforehand and Madame had recommended a local restaurant within walking distance, Auberge du Relais, which provided the best meal of our entire holiday. Good usual French breakfast.
Cons: Beware if travelling by motorcycle, the driveway is fairly long and deep gravel. No real criticism and not an issue if on 4 wheels.
Pros: We enjoyed a very relaxing weekend at les Grandes Masures. Our host went at great lengths to understand what we wanted to get out of the trip and came back with a range of suggestions to surprise us: we enjoyed going down the stairs at the end of the street to walk along les Falaises until the end of the village and we spent a pleasant morning in Veules-les-Roses. The breakfast was a delight and the room really made us feel at home. We will definitely recommend this address to our friends and would like to come back here.
Pros: The bed was comfortable. The place was very clean. The breakfast bread was delicious.
Cons: It would be nice to have tea/coffee facilities in the room. There were a lot of rules. It was a bit difficult to relax.
Pros: Easy to find, nice remote location. We had a family room which had ample space, everything you needed and really comfortable. Owner was very friendly, helpful and welcoming. Breakfast also spot on. Everywhere was well kept and spotlessly clean. Would have happily stayed longer. No hesitation in recommending it!!
Pros: The room was tastefully decorated. Easy parking.
Cons: Breakfast was fairly basic even by French standards. No kettle and cups in the room. A bit off the beaten track as an overnight stay
Facing the beachfront in Quiberville, Hotel De La Plage has a terrace. Guests can grab a bite to eat in the restaurant or a drink at the bar and free WiFi is available. At the hotel, all rooms are fitted with a wardrobe. At Hotel De La Plage rooms are fitted with a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a continental breakfast. Dieppe is 17 km from Hotel De La Plage, while Le Tréport is 48 km from the property. The nearest airport is Deauville - Normandie Airport, 107 km from the hotel.
Pros: The view over the beach and the sea. The breakfast room / hotel restaurant. We recommend the hotel restaurant: very good meal, accurate service, wonderful view and honest prices.
Cons: The room and the bathroom was really very small. No parking in front of the hotel, even for short stay (check in and baggage unloading)
Pros: Location is everything - right on the beach.
Cons: Check-in time is super late. The first floor rooms are inferior to the upper floor rooms. No family rooms - had to take two separate ones.
Pros: The room was very small but clean
Cons: the restaurant is rather disappointing
Pros: Room with a view over the beach. The hotel is very central and has a good restaurant.
Cons: The bed sheets and bathroom were not clean and the room was relatively small for the price.
Pros: I loved it and will go back. Cheap cheerful and in a supern location, I wish I was staying longer. Great dining. Room with magnificent food and very pleasant service. Lovely food.
Pros: r.clean and comfortable. restaurant goodoom small but excellent view
Pros: Great beach location
Pros: Lovely seaside hotel with a restaurant overlooking the beach
Pros: The staff were brilliant helpful and friendly . We had problems with 5 hour delay at eurotunnel and they helped and waited for us . Very pet friendly .
Cons: Wished access to a little drink was available to purchase on arrival but it was so late
With a stay at Le Carré de la Villa Quartz in Hautot-sur-Mer, you'll be steps from Alabaster Coast and a 5-minute drive from Bois des Moutiers. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Mattress extremely good quality and queen sized bed for space. Good to have: facilities and freebies to make a cuppa, fridge for fresh milk for tea, storing charcuterie, patisserie, bits and pieces. High breakfast table and 2 stools useful for snacks, writng postcards etc. Lovely shower with hot water and good sized towels. Clear and good picture on TV. Availability of Wi-Fi was important. Well chosen decor and design of room allowed it to be light. Mirrored doors to check oneself and reflect light useful. Very short drive to sea front where there's a good drinking and eating place called Regatte. Witnessed 2 beautiful sunsets whilst there. Fantastic Patisserie, which is also a restaurant, in short walking distance. Chrome room is very well placed to visit other places nearby by car.
Cons: Just an observation. Such a wonderful view of the sea when standing on the small terrace but it was mostly obscured by the hedges and plants when we sat down on the chairs. Obviously there needs to be a balance between privacy and the view. I think at least one area could be cut lower so the view can be seen from the room and certainly sitting on the terrace.
Located in Varengeville-sur-Mer, just 300 metres from the beach, this hotel offers rooms with sea views. Free Wi-Fi and parking are available on site. Guest rooms at Hôtel De La Terrasse are modern and have a British-inspired décor. They are each equipped with a telephone and an en suite bathroom with a bathtub or shower. Rooms have a sea view or a view of the surrounding countryside. A continental breakfast is served daily at the hotel. The hotel’s restaurant offers a view of the sea. Relaxation facilities available at the hotel include a tennis court and a lounge where guests can watch TV. Cycling and hiking opportunities are offered in the surrounding area. A thalassotherapy centre is located 15 minutes from the hotel and Dieppe is a 20-minute drive away.
Pros: poor wifi connection
Pros: If you like quiet and off the beaten track places with a sea view this is perfect
Pros: Delightful hotel with nice restaurant. The sort of place where you can sit on the terrace with a book and glass of wine and gaze out to sea and forget about the world. Old fashioned class. Reminded me of a set from an Agatha Christie film.
Cons: It was all lovely.
Pros: Location, location, location Supreme
Cons: Wifi a bit slow
Pros: It was an interesting old building in a good location with views over the sea. The room was small but comfortable. Dinner was good.
Cons: Breakfast was traditional French bread and jam and was a bit expensive for what you got.
Pros: The view from the restaurant, the quiet. Sensible prices for dinner.
Cons: Tiny bathroom (some gym to sit on the toilet), view over the parking-lot
Pros: The location as perfect, close to Dieppe for the ferry and close to the sea. The owners were charming and hrlpful. Dinner was excellent and it was a very good experience for a solo traveler
Pros: Beautiful location with an outside terrace where you could watch the sea.
Cons: Bathroom a bit basic.Ran out of toilet paper. Restaurant food good but slightly overpriced.
The Huitriere is located in seaside village of Quiberville, a 25-minute drive west of Dieppe. It is opposite the beach and provides en-suite accommodation with free Wi-Fi internet access. Rooms at this small hotel are equipped with a private bathroom, a direct phone line and a TV. Guests can enjoy regional drinks and cuisine, prepared with local produce, at the Huitriere’s bar and restaurant. Meals can be served on the terrace during the summer. Free on-site parking is available at L’Huitriere Hotel and it is an ideal base for exploring the Haute-Normandie region.
Pros: Nice room for one night
Cons: Bar and restaurant were closed. Every other restaurant in town closed at 20:00 (it was on a monday). Breakfast was ok, throughout they ran out of cheese and milk when we arrived.
Pros: We had a very good evening meal in the restaurant, excellent wine. Breakfast was varied and more than adequate except for the coffee.
Cons: The coffee was not good, it didn't taste fresh.
Pros: Good value for family. Our rooms overlooked the sea.
Cons: Allowed dogs in rooms
Pros: Location and, above, the friendliness of the owner/manager.
Cons: Restaurant "L'Huitrière" could improve on ingredients and preparation but the friendliness of the owner/staff could indicate that,over time, they will improve on quality.
With a stay at Le clos des Mûriers in Hautot-sur-Mer, you'll be by the ocean, just steps from Alabaster Coast and a 4-minute drive from Bois des Moutiers. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The homely breakfast was extensive and includes homemade cakes, preserves, butter etc. The cottage is pretty with a quirky interior. The turbocharged plumbing was fun.
Cons: Described as a beach front property on booking.com. It is actually situated a mile up the hill from the beach.
Pros: Great breakfast!!!
Pros: We came late the reception man wait for us till 11pm.Best home made breakfast what we ever eat. Everyting was made by nice old lady( yogurt, fresh juice 4 different kind of cakes,home made jam) and all for us.
Cons: Cats in lobbi
Pros: Fabulous breakfast!
Pros: Charming house, friendly people
Cons: The B&B is located along a motorway, and very poorly accessible for pedestrians. Ther are no facilities, like restaurants or supermarkets nearby. So only interesting if you drive a car!
Pros: Overall geographical situation, close to beaches etc Friendly and advising hosts
Cons: The "very tiny" bathroom is from another age and does not deserve the name of bathroom even...shower hose leaking = no shower, bath tub located just below the roof slope..can't get in the tub !! Using toilets in the bathroom creates a gigantic vacuum noise in the bedroom... just don't do it !