we have just stayed at the hotel on the 31st August 2013 for one night, of a party of 8 people. The hotel was booked through Booking.com and reserved on the internet. The hotel is half way for our trip back to Calais and catered for two rooms of 4 people. The hotel has a late arrival check in time up to 22.00 hours, which helped with making sure that we would be able to travel and book in on time.
On arriving we were not able to park in the rear car park at the hotel, but just past the hotel in the next road is a public car park area, which we parked our two vehicles in until later when they could be parked in the hotel car park. The hotel is on the main road through the village, but not many vehicles are about.
We were greeted at the reception and confirmed who we were and straight away taken to the two rooms which had been booked. One room was on the ground floor at the rear of the hotel next to the restaurant and the other room was on the first floor of the main building. Both rooms slept 4 people and a cot was required for a young baby. There was a cot in the hotel, but this was not brought to the room, but we had brought a cot, so this was used.
Both rooms were clean and had two bedrooms with two single beds and one double bed in the other room. There are TV's in the rooms and showers as well as a WC. Both rooms were large and had more than enough room for 4 people to stay in and the beds were very comfortable. Our room number 17 was very modern in design and for the price that we paid was well worth the money, with comfort, space and cleanliness.
The hotel also has a restaurant which you can eat at for your evening meal, with fish and meat dishes. 4 of us ate in the restaurant and had main meals and deserts, including soft drinks, bottle of local red wine (taste was amazing) and coffee for under 100 euros. The food was good and if you want to try great food, then you must eat there, so glad that we did.
The village is small and there does not seem to be another place to eat other than a pizza shop, butchers, shop that sales curry to heat up. There is a café/bar across from the hotel, this is not open during the evening, but is during the day time. Not really sure what it was, but there were some chairs out the front and it looked like a newsagent. There is a supermarket along the main road just past the pizza shop and church. There is also a garage to get fuel there and you could get food for the day if required or get you fresh bread if going out for the day.
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