Good three night stay with dinner in the evenings. Bedrooms are large with wooden floors. Each room has a balcony with a table and chairs. Tea and coffee making facilities are also available.
Breakfast was a bit of a "scrum" since the group of 30 plus other individuals staying in the hotel, caused a queue for juice, glasses having been used, and also the lack of plates and cups. However with patience and the knack of operating the coffee machine, everyone was happy. There was also a good selection of cold meats, cheese and different types of bread.
There is a large indoor pool, but it is a condition that everyone wears a bathing hat and shoes (more money of course for the hotel's coffers if we wanted to purchase these items), and something we weren't aware of. Also Bermuda shorts were not allowed in the Sauna. In Finland no one wears anything at all and it is a natural function.
There is a hairdressing salon on site, advertisements for massages and hire of bicycles also, plus a boutique selling numerous bathing costumes.
The food was good although on our first night we had medallions of lamb which looked delectable on the serving plate, but most of the group found it to be too undercooked, which of course how French people prefer meat to be cooked. This was remedied on the following evenings.More
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