We stayed for three nights at Les Practeaux during an exceptionally hot period in June. We found the hotel with some slight difficulty as the signage on the island is a little haphazard, We were met by the proprietor who was welcoming and helpful.
Our room was large and airy with a good size bathroom and a separate lavatory. There was a french window leading on to a small patio.
Before dinner we had a drink at the small bar and met the most elegant and charming wife of the proprietor.
We dined each night in the restaurant which is not our normal practice but we so enjoyed or meal that we decided to dine there again. The chef is very young and ambitious, each dish (including an amuse bouche at the bar) was beautifully presented and the wine perfectly acceptable.
The hotel is a fair step from the town but bicycles are available for hire. The five beaches are close at hand but except in the early morning these were very crowded.
This part of France appears to be little visited by people from the UK and English is not as widely spoken as in other parts of the country.
On site parking is provided which is very important on the island.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking