Camaret is a lovely little fishing town and remarkably unspoiled. The Hotel Vauban is almost at the end of the seafront, so benefits from a great view across the harbour while being a little more secluded than further along the road. You can't park outside the front, but carry on past, put your car in the free car park a bit further down, check in and the very nice owners will show you how to get to the car park round the back.
The rooms are pretty small and very simple and it has to be said that the bathroom could hardly be much smaller and still be functional without a re-write of the laws of physics. But a) the room is clean; b) the bed was exceptionally comfortable; c) a posh room is not what it's about anyway - it's all about the view. Get a sea view and you won't be looking at the room very much.
There is some noise intrusion from the cafe below, but it's not loud, thumpy music and it stopped at a very reasonable hour (and we were there Friday and Saturday). There's also the inevitable sound of the odd door banging. But I am hyper-sensitive to noise at night and had no problem getting a good night's sleep.
Breakfast is an extra 6.50 Eur and was....OK. Not much choice: orange juice, rolls and croissants, two types of jam, kiwi fruit, tea/coffee...that's it. It was fine.
But the price of rooms is very reasonable indeed and the best deal of all is demi-pension: for an extra 19 Eur, you get breakfast and a three course set dinner. Again, no choice, but we weren't complaining: a whole crab to start; beef with a judicious selection of nicely cooked veg; fuit salad to finish - all enjoyed with a fine sea view.
There are probably fancier places, but this one is honest, unpretentious and good value. Recommended.