Room was large and spacious and could accomodate a family of five comfortably. There were sitting areas and games available (good for older children). The furnishings were period and lovely. Staff had maps available and were fluent in both French and English. The hotel staff said they normally didn't rent rooms during summer unless breakfast (11 Euros per person) was taken at the hotel. The website rate did not reflect that extra cost as a requirement.
The hotel was a real oasis in the main town, extremely quiet with beautiful gardens and very stylish rooms with a grand charm. The staff were welcoming and helpful at all times. Nothing to dislike at all
Quiet and relaxing within easy walking distance to town facilities
the building is magnificent as is the surroundings. rooms are good and very spacious. about 1 min walk to beach and bars
An old characterful French house with large rooms and helpful staff. A large, pretty garden for sitting out and private car parking. We stayed three nights and would stay there again. A bit shabby - dead light bulbs, loose sockets - a bit of a housekeeping overhaul needed. Breakfast not good value. There are cafes in the square round the corner for a better value breakfast. Not much choice of evening restaurants nearby but a fifteen minute walk gets you to the ramparted old city where there are lots of eating places and shops.
We liked the hotel but find it difficult to link it to your set of options above. It is a hotel with lots of character and significant historical perspective. The staff were first rate and serve the largest croissants in France. the bolsters were not conducive to a good night's rest- recommend pillows
The garden around the hotel, the evidence of having been a grand manor. the large bathroom and bedroom area, the antique style furnishing.Good off street parking.Staff pleasant. Bit hard to find,difficult to enter parking-gates very narrow.Location hard to find in area out of main St Malo centre- confusing roads.Furnishing a bit dated- faded glory, and beds old compared to others we have stayed in.
The family room was very spacious and clean. Good secure car park included in the tariff. Hotel close to good restaurants. The breakfast was very limited, no variety. The fruit was past the point of being edible. Be aware that breakfast in high season is compulsory at an additional cost of 11 euros per person.
Generally good value, exceptionally pleasant management and most helpful. Convenient, comfortable and quiet, we will also make use of the facility again if required.
This is a delightfully traditional French family-run hotel. It is situated in a nice quiet area, within a half-hour walk of St. Malo old town. Very pleasant breakfast room. A bit pushy about taking breakfast with them, but not a real problem.
Excellent location close to port and walled city. Room was spacious and clean. One overnight stay waiting for ferry.Value for money concerns when compared other hotels we stayed in at close to half the price. Did not partake of breakfast
the staff were excellent & had car parking, rooms very dark overall disappointed Shared balcony, which I was not expecting & room extremely dark unable to leave a window open at night
We booked a seaview room which was very spacious ,unusual for French hotels. Private parking which is limited but was reserved for us was a big bonus. Would have loved to have been able to order food to eat out on the veranda but the hotel does not provide resturant other than breakfast,
Style and quality of room. Nearby parking Limited parking on hotel site.
Great location but quiet - easy car parking - and a comfy bed
Luxurious bedroom with tea making facilities, plus splendid sea/harbour view. Easy parking in front of hotel
Comfortable and convenient for my purpose but expensive for what it is.
Our spacious room looking out to the sea was the calm we hoped for. It was a 15 minute walk to the Walled City yet we were able to leave that congestion. The bathroom was quite luxurious. There were always helpful people who spoke English on staff . A small market and bakery are down the street and it's ideal for walks on the beach. A leaky pipe in a wall created a damp spot in the rug. However, since we did not want to leave our ground floor room, we simply stepped over it. The hotel does not supply washcloths (common in Europe) so a tip to Americans is bring your own. We did not opt for breakfast based on other reviews.
I like the location (you do not have to battle with parking in or near the old town of St. Malo), the friendliness of the staff and the relative quiet. The breakfast was appalling - and cost 10 euros! I was brought a pot of luke warm water and a piece of bread and jam. I had to seek out someone to ask for hot water + a tea bag to put in it. I would definitely eat breakfast 'out'.
The Hotel is ideally situated close to the ferry and the lovely walled town of St Malo so perfect for a good weekend or in transit. The toilet situated in the shower area