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Hotel du Parc Fetan

17 rue de Berder, 56870 Larmor-Baden France
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  • All linens sanitised in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
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Hôtel 3 étoiles Le Parc Fétan, au coeur du Golfe du Morbihan en Bretagne. Chambres, suites vue sur mer et appart'hotel, au confort moderne et accès handicapés vous sont proposés pour un séjour reposant dans un cadre sublime. Notre hôtel dispose également d'un restaurant proposant produits locaux et produits de la mer. En famille, en couple, entre amis ou en séminaire, venez apprécier les multiples activités de l'hôtel.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Children's television networks
Highchairs available
Secured parking
Paid wifi
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Fence around pool
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Complimentary welcome drink
Kid-friendly buffet
Kids' meals
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Water sport equipment rentals
Canoeing offsite
Board games / puzzles
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Banquet room
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Neck massage
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Sun deck
Sun loungers / beach chairs
First aid kit
24-hour check-in
Clothes dryer
Self-serve laundry
Washing machine
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Room features
Allergy-free room
Blackout curtains
Interconnected rooms available
Flatscreen TV
Extra long beds
Walk-in shower
Soundproof rooms
Private balcony
Room service
Seating area
Wardrobe / wardrobe
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Laptop safe
Private bathrooms
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Room types
Ocean view
Pool view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Italian
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Stephenmcauley M wrote a review Feb 2018
Holyport, United Kingdom68 contributions26 helpful votes
We wanted to explore the Gulf de Morbihan and chose to stay at Parc Fetan. What a great choice that was. The hotel is perfectly located to be able to access all of the beauty and the activities available in the region. Whilst beautiful it is not fussy, a really comfortable place to stay. Benoit and Manuella the hosts are really great people who just wanted us to have great time - they seem really proud not only of their hotel but also their region and they just wanted us to be able to do all the things we wanted to do during our stay. From the accommodation to the food and everything we needed this was just perfect. We are now trying to work out how to get the whole family to come with us next time.
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Date of stay: September 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We chose sea viw but the garden view room are brilliant too.
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A L wrote a review Jul 2015
Boston, Massachusetts4 contributions1 helpful vote
This hotel is a very nice place to stay. It is also very close to the boat running trips to see the prehistoric sites on Gavrinis. Our hotel room had a wonderful view over a harbor filled with sailboats. Very friendly staff.
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Date of stay: July 2015
Trip type: Travelled with family
Erec_de_Graal wrote a review Apr 2014
Brussels, Belgium88 contributions15 helpful votes
The Morbihan gulf is a wonderful place for holidays and the hotel "Auberge de Parc Fetan" is the perfect place for staying. It is perfectly located close to Larmor-Baden port, but far enough to be quiet. Most of the rooms have sea views. All the people that work in the hotel are very friendly and helpful and they do their best for you to have a wonderful stay; And do not miss the restaurant with its superb cook. A place to come back several times.
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Date of stay: April 2014
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Bedmaker wrote a review Jul 2012
Exeter, United Kingdom82 contributions30 helpful votes
In June and July we spent two weeks at the Auberge du Parc Fetan. We chose this hotel because we wanted to explore the immediate area of the Gulf of Morbihan, and because it was by the sea. In these respects it was ideal, centrally situated on the Gulf, directly opposite the island of Gavrinis, and within easy walking distance of the ferry port and harbour, the nearby bar and brasserie and the centre of the village with its shops and other amenities. The hotel was clean and bright, the kingsize bed extremely comfortable, and the breakfast enjoyable, with fresh bread and croissants, two flavours of jam, a choice of orange or apple juice, and tea or coffee. The coffee was particularly good, and we were always offered a top-up. Unfortunately when we arrived we were taken to a room which was not what I had booked. Despite having repeatedly stated in my emails and even on the phone that we wanted a double room with shower on the first floor and not on the second floor, I was surprised when the owner led us up the stairs to the second floor. Even more surprising was the discovery that we had been allocated a suite, which comprised not only a bedroom and bathroom plus toilet but also a sitting room with a tiny balcony. At first I thought the owners had made a mistake, and back down in reception I pointed out that this was not the room we had reserved, because it appeared to be a suite (which was much more expensive). The owner confirmed that it was a suite but explained that we would be charged only for a double room. She said she thought it would be nice for us to have a sitting room for the extra space, since we were staying there for two weeks. Though relieved that we were not to be charged more, I was still unhappy at being given a room on the 2nd floor. The owner had offered to help us with our luggage and also said her husband would carry up the large suitcase later on (he was out at the time), but my husband (who like me suffers from back pain) wanted to finish unloading the car and managed it himself. But the extra flight of stairs was not just about luggage. I myself have arthritis as well as back pain, but it is not disabling, just slightly painful, and I would have preferred not to have had to walk up and down so many stairs. So I was disappointed that my very specific request for a first-floor room had been ignored. In any case, the suite was not any good for us. Being on the 2nd floor, with a partly sloping ceiling, the bedroom was too small, and there was no bedside table – or even any floor space – on my husband’s side of the bed. Apart from the fitted wardrobe, the only furniture in the bedroom was one bedside table and a cane chair. The sitting room was nearly twice the size and contained a sofa, but the television was on the bedroom wall so we didn’t have any use for a sitting room, being just a couple on our own. We used it as somewhere to store our empty luggage and things we couldn’t fit into the bedroom. The tiny balcony could be accessed only by climbing over a fairly high section of the wall below the french windows, and seating was too cramped with two chairs and a table more than filling the whole area. It was so awkward climbing in and out of the balcony that I gave up after using it only twice. I have no doubt that the owners believed the suite was an upgrade, but they should have checked with me first before they changed the details of my booking, which had been made back in March. Of course, I could have asked for a change of room, but the hotel seemed to be full, with a large party from Ireland, who were there for a wedding, and after they had gone I didn’t really want to have to move all our stuff to another room, even if another room had been available. So much for making a specific reservation! The restaurant is a pleasant, bright and airy room, with partial sea views. The food is quite good for the price but the menu never changed throughout the whole two weeks, so it became a bit boring. Fish and meat were well cooked but could have done with more sauce, because they tended to be rather dry. Vegetables were unexciting, and the meals as a whole were under-seasoned and consequently a bit tasteless. Salt and pepper were not provided on the tables, but when we saw one couple ask for this we did the same, and with a bit of salt and pepper the flavours in the meals came to life. I suggest that the restaurant change their policy and put salt and pepper out on the tables (as most restaurants do), so that customers can make their own decisions about seasoning. As the menu never changed, we ate elsewhere for 5 out of the 14 nights. The hotel owners were very pleasant, but we were disappointed that they did not take a hands-on approach to looking after their guests. Apart from when they took turns to serve breakfast (when they were busy), and when they were at reception dealing with arrivals and departures or doing their business administration, we rarely saw them. Perhaps they believe that their guests prefer to be left alone, but we always welcome a friendly relationship with our hosts, so we feel we can chat with them about the local area, and to allow them to get to know us a bit during our stay. Although they always tried to answer our questions, they never initiated a conversation. While my husband speaks only English, I speak French, and, although I find it difficult switching between English and French, once I get going I am quite fluent. On this occasion I never got the chance because talk came only in brief snatches, since hotel personnel always seemed busy, with no time for relaxed chatting. One problem is the fact that many of their guests are in large groups, whether in the hotel itself or in the apartments. These groups always had dinner in the restaurant and they dominated the place. The restaurant had screens which could divide it into a large space and a much smaller one, and the couples were placed in the smaller room, which made us feel a bit isolated, on the fringes of what seemed to be a big party going on in the next room, even though we were all in the same restaurant. We felt that the restaurant management and staff could not give their full attention to all their guests equally, because they had to spend so much time serving the large tables. I think the hotel website should make it clearer that a big proportion of their guests are large parties. We do understand that in a recession the hotel has to be filled, but the experience for those of us staying as couples or in smaller parties is definitely spoiled by the policy of combining group bookings with individual ones. We feel the owners should perhaps give a little more thought to what they want their business to be – a restaurant with rooms for large groups (including conferences) or a small seaside hotel for couples and families. At the moment I don’t think they have the balance right. Perhaps as a result of this confusion, our last night at the hotel was ruined by the restaurant’s manager’s failure to write down our dinner reservation for that evening. She took full responsibility for this error, and acknowledged that she remembered our telling her we would be dining in the restaurant that evening but had forgotten to write it down, and had then forgotten all about it until she saw our car outside the hotel and realised we had not gone out. By the time she realised her mistake, we were just about to go down for dinner, and all she could offer us was a table set up in the lounge bar. This was completely unacceptable but by that time we had no alternative. I would have felt more forgiving if she had been more apologetic, but she merely offered to pay for our aperitifs (not our meal!), kept grinning in embarrassment, yet seemed not to realise that we looked like naughty children who had been excluded from the party. Other guests were staring at us as they filed past into the restaurant. It really spoiled the end of our holiday. Some small irritations: there seemed to be no extractor fan in the bathroom, so nothing would dry. Every time we returned from a day out, the towels were still damp. The towels were changed only twice during our stay, I think, and we were given only one face towel between us. I would have appreciated having the towels dried every day, and being given two bath towels and two face towels. There was no long mirror, and only two smallish mirrors in the entire suite, both of which were badly placed. This is a problem that can easily be resolved. The lighting in the bathroom was poor, and somewhat inadequate in the bedroom and sitting room. As for the suite, surely the point of having a separate sitting room is if you are travelling with other people and you want somewhere to sit down with them. For a couple, one large room is preferable. I would still recommend this hotel to others, but I would urge potential customers to be very wary about any arrangements made prior to the holiday. I had emails to prove what room I had reserved, with specifications, but it isn’t easy to be pushy when the owners are busy and you feel their intentions were basically good if misguided. To the owners I would suggest that you stick rigidly to the arrangements you have made with your guests, and to get in touch if you plan to make any changes. We would also like to encourage you to take a more hands-on approach to the guests who don’t travel in groups, to put in a more obvious personal presence so that guests can feel relaxed about asking you for advice or information about things to see and do in the area. You seem very kind and pleasant people, but perhaps you might do a bit more to demonstrate your friendliness.
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Date of stay: June 2012
Sleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from manuella56, Propriétaire at Hôtel du Parc Fetan
Responded 9 Sep 2012
We are very sorry, we just wanted to please you.
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Eholan wrote a review Apr 2012
Zurich, Switzerland84 contributions40 helpful votes
nice view on the sea from most of the hotel rooms, cosy and sweet atmosphere. warm welcome. Do not let yourself driven away by lack of appeal the outside may have...
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Date of stay: April 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hôtel du Parc Fetan
Which popular attractions are close to Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
Nearby attractions include Ile de Berder (0.6 km), Pointe de Kerpenhir (4.2 km), and Site des Megalithes de Locmariaque (4.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, blackout curtains, and extra long beds.
What food & drink options are available at Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bara Pita, Le Gavrinis, and Le Ricochet.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Hôtel du Parc Fetan located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.3 km away from the centre of Larmor-Baden.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
Yes, self serve laundry and a clothes dryer are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hôtel du Parc Fetan?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Italian.