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Stayed here four nights whilst on a Normandy battlefields tour.
Rooms cramped and dingy, no ventilation at all, extractor in bathroom didn't work and no opening windows Only one coathanger and a poor bathroom with cracked and stained washbasin and corroded shower screen.
April 2013 - Our group of 21 kids and 20 adults (parents and chaperones) arrived at the hotel at 10.30pm tired after a long coach trip from Ireland. After checking in some of our group went for showers to freshen up while others headed to...More
This hotel was very comfortable,although the drinks were very expensive,we were on a meal deal with the tour but we thought the quality was very poor ,we did not try the a la cart menue.Saying this we would stay at this hotel again as it...More
We stayed on the way back to Calais. My daughter and her family had a lovely double bedroom (five foot bed) and a single bed and I had the same in an adjoining room. The room and bathroom was spotless and the bed was so...More
Stayed here en-route to Brittany - 17/8/12 - a stinking hot day - we'd had a long journey and arrived hot and bothered to a full hotel. Problem - even though the print out of the booking indicated 2 adults + 2 children - the...More
US$67 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from William F | Reviewed this property |
Did not see ironing board or iron, but did not ask for one either.As stated above, rooms are very restricted for space, so even if one could lay hands on an ironing board, very little room to manoeuvre.