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at Les Herbes Folles

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... to be excellent. Lovely helpful people, beautiful bedroom and fantastic food. The 'salon panoramique' was an added...
... 20 euros. We'd definitely stop here again and may be book a room next time purely for the convenience of being so close to...
... with excellent taste and is clean and comfortable. We had room 103 which did not face the sea but was quieter as a result...
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Ian M wrote a review Apr 2018
Oxford, United Kingdom3 contributions1 helpful vote
We spent two nights here in early April and found everything to be excellent. Lovely helpful people, beautiful bedroom and fantastic food. The 'salon panoramique' was an added bonus we had not been aware of before we arrived.Highly recommended.

Ian and Maggie
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: sea views are worth the small extra
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Kay A wrote a review Sep 2016
Ilminster, United Kingdom208 contributions180 helpful votes
Stopped here in late September. A hotel in a fantastic location with lovely views to sea. Quite a buzzy place with a constant flow of visitors stopping for a break as they embark/disembark the ferry. The Island is a lovely place to visit with wonderful peaceful walks to offer - we only saw two tractors during the five hours we stayed and the silence was simply wonderful. Our lunch here consisted of goats cheese and bacon salad with bread and a glass of white wine for 20 euros. We'd definitely stop here again and may be book a room next time purely for the convenience of being so close to the ferry.
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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cwsjms wrote a review Aug 2016
Dorchester, United Kingdom14 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a small simple hotel conveniently located near the ferry. It has been recently fully refurbished with excellent taste and is clean and comfortable. We had room 103 which did not face the sea but was quieter as a result and had a private terrace. There is a conservatory room for guests facing the lovely harbour. Good value and would definitely stay again. You can walk around the island in half a day and the Georges Delaselles Garden is a must.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: 103 is quiet and has a private terrace
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CEBL wrote a review Jul 2016
Northern Ireland62 contributions34 helpful votes
We had a great room overlooking the bay. The restaurant was intimate and friendly and the food was really good. The conservatory on the first floor was great if the weather wasn't too good, and the whole place just felt charming.
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Date of stay: June 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Candy M wrote a review Mar 2015
Truro, Cornwall68 contributions31 helpful votes
We stayed at this hotel last May. If you like small islands then the Ile de Batz is an absolute winner. It is reminiscent of the Scillies and yet is utterly Bretagne. The boat trip from Roscoff (a much underestimated town) is a joy on a sunny day. The views of the coast and all the islets are unbeatable. The hotel sits 25 yards up the quay, overlooking the bay. No one spoke much English but we got by. The room was fine. Even better was the conservatory on the balcony. You could sit here on a wild day and watch the huge tides come in and out or watch storms pass by. We drank a cold beer and sun bathed in early summer sunshine. The food was excellent. Monkfish so fresh it had only just swum ashore. Two friends came a couple of weeks later they were so inspired by our one night trip, they loved it too. We are coming back en famille for a big birthday next year. Wonderful place. Lovely hotel.
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Date of stay: May 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Pay for a sea view. Worth any extra.
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