Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Saint-Cast le Guildo does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Résidence VTF L'Hôtel des Bains, a nice option for travelers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a sun terrace, newspaper, and baggage storage while staying at Résidence VTF L'Hôtel des Bains. In addition, Résidence VTF L'Hôtel des Bains offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Saint-Cast le Guildo trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free public parking available nearby.
While in Saint-Cast le Guildo be sure to experience local oyster favorites at La Mariniere, Le Biniou, or Les Halles.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a marina, such as le Port de Saint-Cast.
Résidence VTF L'Hôtel des Bains looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Saint-Cast le Guildo.
This VTF location is our second experience with the all-inclusive vacation company (not to be confused with the other French company VVF, which offers a camping experience in Saint-Cast). The L’hôtel des Bains was built in the late 19th-century, but has been updated, expanded and renovated many times in 140-or-so years, and it might be the ONLY hotel property directly on the Grand Plage. It feels pretty special, as nearly all of the other beachfront proprieties are private one-family residences, plus one marvelous municipal heated salt-water swimming pool just 2-streets from the hotel. We went in late October 2014 at the end of the season, and benefited from outstanding weather (above 20-degrees C), and enjoyed sun almost every day. Our party of 5 included a 6-year-old boy, his parents and grandparents, and we were nicely accommodated in 2 rooms, both on the 2nd floor, one with a nice balcony and sea-view. We went "pension complète" which means full catering of all meals, served at an assigned table in the bright and airy restaurant that faces on the sea. You take your starters, drinks and deserts from a buffet, and the main plates for lunch and dinner is served hot from the kitchen. There is almost always pasta available for picky children not happy with the main on offer. It's all standard French fare, and on Wednesday they had an excellent "crepe night" which were made fresh in front of you. For any lunch or dinner, with 48-hours notice, you have the option of ordering raw oysters at the price of 6-for-8-euros, which was really worth it. All the VTF vacation locations organize daily activities, and a kids club for various ages. The kids club is very flexible and you don't have to put your child with the club for all sessions. The daily activities mainly consist of going for walks in the local area, which in the case of Saint-Cast-le-Guildo means clifftop walks along the wild coast to see nearby sights, led by one of the friendly hotel managers. Some of these are not suggested for children, and that's where the kids club comes in handy, so the parents can go off and do something. The hotel has a large private garden at the rear where small children can safely play, and there is a kid's club in a cozy room in the hotel basement. When the weather is good, the kids club is conducted outdoors. The change in sea level from low-tide to high-tide is impressive in Saint-Cast, and is a regular topic of conversation. Some of the walks must be completed within a 3-hour window at low tide, such as the one one the ocean floor along a small archipelago to "L'îles des Ebihens", a private island. The hotel has free WiFi that works in all the common areas, but at the slow pace of 0.45 Mbps. To compare, in a big city, you might be used to 8.00 Mbps at home or work. Our family flew on RyanAir from London Stansted to the small airport at Dinard, France, and it's about 30-minutes by car from the airport to Saint-Cast-le-Guildo.…