There is no way that this could or should be rated as 4 star. It falls woefully short of a 3 star in all honesty. We arrived at around 8:30pm to find the whole place locked up and deserted. Having wandered round trying to find a member of staff we eventually spotted an out of hours number which was answered by a fairly rude woman who reluctantly(!) gave us instructions to access a lock box with our room keys and a map of how to find the room. The room was sparsely furnished but comparatively clean. The whole place is desperately tired and in need of attention, eg. in the sitting room of the four wall lights only one had a working bulb, and a similar story was found in the bedroom. Overall it was a very disappointing and lacklustre venue and I would be reluctant to recommend it to anyone - in my fact my advice would be to steer well clear.
We were two adults and two 18 year olds we stayed at the Les Maison village which was near to the Quend village which suited use very well we found every thing excellent from the staff at the resort to all the staff at the golf club the facilities were very good we would have no hesitation on returning
Rose from Eastbourne
This car-free resort is set in 250 hectares of protected natural sand dunes, pine forests and by sandy beaches. A mix of …More
Very beautiful grounds and building. Very hands off approach to guests. Great for privacy and luxury. Need to book evening meal when there are staff around in the afternoon. There is little else in Noyelles.
The Château de Noyelles Hotel is located in Noyelles-sur-Mer, on Somme Baie - splendid coast characterized by unspoiled …More
Stayed two nights and had a great time (apart from the weather!)
This is a traditional French hotel with some rather interesting decor situated in the centre of the town, with the sea front just a very short walk away.
Room cosy and comfortable. We had an excellent meal in their restaurant in the evening. Staff very helpful despite my poor conversational French who thankfully spoke excellent English.
The Neptune Hotel welcomes you to a pleasant family setting, where you will stay in comfortable rooms at the heart of the Bay …More
Difficult to find (even for the sat-nav!) as the sign from the road wasn't very big. Owner was friendly even though we arrived late in the evening (10pm). Room was very small for 3 people though the beds were comfortable.
Breakfast was overpriced at 10 Euro's each.
Would only recommend hotel for overnight stay on the way to the ferry.
Dave from Stockton-on-Tees, England
The Auberge de la Dune is a small hotel located in the coastal town of Le Crotoy, a lively seaside resort in the Somme …More
Not easy to find and limited on site parking. I paid for a luxury room with sea view and I suppose thats exactly what I got! The view of the sea was to say the least minimal, though I could see water. All the staff I encountered where friendly and helpful though speaking little English. Minor problems with the room were quickly resolved. But the door proved difficult to lock and there was no milk or powder for the tea or coffee.
The bath was more a novelty than top quality function and the lack of a shower cubical or highlevel bracket for the shower fitting made showering difficult. Ample toiletries, excellent towels and bathrobes did help. Plenty of hot water.
The bed was very comfortable but as it was a double I was rather surprised by its two single duvets!
The restaurant had a wide choice of meals and good service. The dinner I had was excellent. However breakfast was only partly ready by the advertised time of 7.30am and rather overpriced and not the widest choice I have been offered.
In my opinion the experience was overpriced.
We spent 2 nights by the seaside in Mers Les Bains to relax and recover after cycling from London to Paris in a charity ride. We were totally charmed by this small, privately run hotel in its beautiful seaside location. We had the coner room (205) on the second floor, with doors opening on to lovely views across the bay from the bedroom and the bathroom.
At the other end of the bay is Le Treport, with its fishing fleet and fresh fish market, which probably explains why the seafood was so good in the hotel restaurant. Weather permitting, you can eat outside, where the hotel has seating on the promenade. We did this on our second night, watching the sun sink into the sea.
Great short break at a hotel less than 2 hours from the channel tunnel.
Graham from UK
The hotel is 2 hours from Paris, halfway between Deauville and Touquet. The hotel is located opposite the sea between cliffs …More
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