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Reviewed 15 June 2018

This modern, light and attractive hotel overlooks the small port and carpark (payable from 9.00 - 19.00.). The hotel will sell you a cheaper ticket at 5 Euros pd. The parking is free in the winter months.

There is no lift. We had a large room on the 2nd floor overlooking the harbour and carpark, and which was basically very quiet at night apart from the refuse lorry one night and noisy fishermen shouting to one another as they moored at midnight another night!

Large very comfortable double bed, wardrobe and shelves, 2 “desk” type areas, with drawers in both. There was a sofa, and a flatscreen TV with BBC World News as the English language channel. At the back of the room there was a good luggage rack, mirror and hooks, but there were only 2 good bedside lights + 2 dimmish lamps in the room and thus it was difficult to find anything in a suitcase even in daylight. The bathroom had a basin and a shower over the bath, and a separate but unventilated w.c.

It was extremely hot when we stayed, and with the windows taking the sun all day - unless using the electric shutters and when there was no air, and on asking if there was an electric fan, Laetitia produced what we suspect was the one from her office for our use - very welcome and an excellent service response.

We had breakfast some days - 10 Euros with a varied buffet, including pancakes to heat up in a microwave oven, and in an attractive modern dining room. Their bar is open about 14 hours pd both by reception and on a small decked area outside facing the port.

Le Crotoy is a small peaceful town but with a number of restaurants with a heavy emphasis on fish and seafood and mainly around the harbour. it is about 6 miles from the extensive wetland nature reserve, the Marquenterre. Abbéville is about 30 minutes’ drive. The much larger, more popular and hectic St. Valery sur Somme is visible on the opposite side of the estuary, and can be accessed by a tourist train.

The town is about 90 minutes’ motorway drive from Calais and thus a good first or last night’s stop in France.

Slightly marked down as teh room was dark at the non-window end, and the heat made it difficult to sleep - even with Laetitia's fan.

Room Tip: Front room overlook the port, estuary an dear park, and face the sun all day. There is no lift.
  • Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank FandRD
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Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

Clean efficient room. Beautiful town with lots of good restaurants. Room is extremely small. No hair dryer. No elevator. Very quiet. Breakfast is good meat juices bread condiments. Restaurant next door is great

Stayed: June 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Eric S
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Reviewed 8 April 2018

Touring through Normandy towards the end of our holiday we arrived by chance in Le Crotoy. This hotel is a really nice chance find. It was very comfortable and peaceful, in fact everything about the hotel was excellent. All the staff were very helpful and the rooms were spotless. Would stay again if any where in the vicinity.

  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank pembs79
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Reviewed 16 October 2017

Travelling further south in France, this was a perfect first night stop to break the journey. Easy to find, public car park right outside the hotel (go in to hotel and for 4 Euro they provide a ticket valid until 9.00 the next day). We arrived on a Wednesday night slightly out of season, not all the restaurants were open but those that were provided enough choice. The room was not luxurious but it was very clean and comfortable. Would certainly stay again

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Teenagerfree
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Reviewed 27 September 2017 via mobile

My wife and I stayed for one night with our grown up daughter (and her dog). Ideal stopover as just over an hour from Calais. The hotel is well located, overlooking the harbour and estuary. The staff were all very friendly and welcoming. Our room was situated on the corner of the hotel with views across the harbour and was clean and comfortable. Our daughters room was on the top floor with only a Velux window but was more than adequate for an overnight stay. A good selection of meats, cheeses, bread and pastries were available for breakfast in a pleasant dining room. There were plenty of restaurants nearby for an evening meal. Plenty of opportunities for dog walking along the promenade and beyond so can definitely recommend.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
Thank Roger M
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