This was our second visit to this hotel which has now become a Logis . It was good before but the service and decor seem to have even improved to the standard you would expect from a Logis. We look for somewhere to stay on our last night in France before heading for Calais and Le Crotoy is a good choice. The hotel faces the Bay of the Somme and is surrounded by a small pretty town with bakeries and restaurants a plenty. There is a big market on a Saturday. Car parking is on the road but we could see our car from the hotel and didn't need to resort to pay and display. In fact we parked outside a house that was once owned by Jules Verne.
The small but adequate on-suite room was 80 euros for a Thursday evening in late June. Breakfast was an additional 9E each which we declined as we only fancied a coffee and croissant - easily obtainable from nearby premises.
We will return to this hotel next time we are in the reaMore