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Non-massive beach hotel in Hammamet, Sousse, Monastir?

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Non-massive beach hotel in Hammamet, Sousse, Monastir?

My wife and I will be in Tunisia for about 10 days sometime during 2 October and 10 November. We are trying to find a hotel somewhere between Hammamet and Monastir, but we don't like massive resorts.

We would like to have a hotel with direct, private access to the beach. The hotel should either be smallish or should have separate bungalows (or cottages or buildings with a low number of rooms) close to the beach (in which case it's OK if it is part of a large resort). We don't need all-inclusive deals since we prefer to eat somewhere different each time and we will make day trips.

Can anybody help us find such a place (assuming it exists at all)?

We don't like rain much; cold would not be a problem. Is any period between early October and mid November particularly good or bad?

Thanks very much,


Edited: 19 August 2012, 11:40
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1. Re: Non-massive beach hotel in Hammamet, Sousse, Monastir?

We've been twice to that region during the first week of November and experienced a lot of rain and flash thunderstorms so my suggestion would be to go in October. Sorry, I'm unable to suggest a small hotel as we were there for conferences although we did opt to eat out each day and hired a car and driver for day trips.

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