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Reviewed 20 September 2016

Yport is a small town in a fold of the chalk cliffs and is slightly a step back in time with Blue and white beach huts and similar bigger huts serving drinks and hot snacks. The beach, if pebbly was very clean and hoovered up every morning.

The bedroom was a good size, clean, fresh and the shower excellent. Friendly welcome and helpful with maps for walking, which was good and varied. Other brochures with things to do and visit. The dogs were not allowedin bedrooms but were able to come into the restaurant. Breakfast was standard french with better croissantes than sometimes.

We loved listening to the surf on the pebbles from our bedroom. The only problem we had which was not the fault of the hotel was that 5 young people chose to play charades til 5am the biggest problem that they were not silent about it. When they started rapping to some background music I shouted 'Silence!' out of the window and they disappeared at speed. (Sould have acted sooner!)The debate I suppose is, was there anyone from the town that might have taken action as they were quite a disturbance.

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Room Tip: Ask for a sea view but rooms at back may be quieter.
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank DaisyMcbois
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Reviewed 8 September 2016

A great restaurant in the pretty town of Yport. We ate there twice, after walks along the beaches at Yport. We plan to return. An excellent menu: local fish, and traditional French and Norman dishes. Friendly, helpful and relaxed. Fabulous views of the chalk cliffs and the bay. And a bonus: our little dog was made very welcome.

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank BillRobison
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Reviewed 21 August 2014

La Sirène has a one-of-a-kind location in the charming coastal town of Yport. Built on a hill, they have a pub at street level, a restaurant on the second floor, and two floors of rooms above that. There is no elevator, so you have to be able to carry your bags up at least two flights of stairs. The proprietress, Nathalie, is a welcoming hostess who exudes a true joie de vivre. The room furnishings and decor are simple but comfortable, and the view is wonderful. The restaurant offers a delicious French dinner menu, but the petit déjeuner is basic continental. There is plenty of free parking in the large public lot at the bottom of the street.

  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled with family
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2  Thank Rick1057
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Reviewed 10 December 2012

We had dinner didn t stay in Hotel, food was average quality, great view on the ocean front, disappointing by the shellfish I was expecting better and fresh also overcooked. Staff was friendly and the service was quick.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank worldtraveler420
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Reviewed 10 August 2012

We travelled from Fecamp where we visited the Benedictine museum and even if you do not like drinking, the architecture is worth the trip. We stayed in Yport and we booked this hotel because of its location. We had a very warm welcome, the food was very good and we were lucky with the weather so we could spend time on the beach - we asked for a room overlooking the beach and the view was fantastic - Yport is small but quiet and so relaxing. Then we travelled down to Etretat the following day where we visited the Clos Lupin (great for lovers of the famous books) and we spent time walking up the cliffs. Also went to the small chapel - great holidays in Normandy.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank ValerieGuerinet
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