We had half board, and although the breakfasts were superb , the main courses at the evening meals
were completely unpalatable, and we could barely eat any of it. Lamb, duck, salmon etc served practically raw!( and I mean raw!)We barely saw any vegetables,
i.e no peas, no green beans, no potatoes .no salad.
The accompaniments were either cous cous(Greek), risotto,(Italian)(nothing else just that) and one night i had slices of raw lamb served with a small dish of hard tasteless butter beans(just butter beans!) it was disgusting. My husband had dry tuna with mashed aubergines and again! cous cous!.We asked if we could have some potatoes, and all they could offer was chips! We were looking forward to enjoying good French food, but this food was anything but, and spoilt our holiday!.The best meal we had all week was on Brittany Ferries on the way home. Cassoulet of lamb,(French dish!)beautifully cooked, with dauphinoise potatoes, or mash, with peas and carrots. We thought we'd died and gone to heaven.
Acommodation was excellent, as we asked for a double room with single beds, and were given adjoining rooms, with a double bed in each.The staff were excellent, very friendly and helpful. However the hanging space in the wardrobes was far from adequate, as half the space was taken up by a row of shelves, which weren't needed as there was a large chest of drawers in the room.If we hadn't had 2 rooms we wouldn't have been able to hang all our clothes up in one wardrobe, and we didn't have that many , as we were only staying for1 week. Motels tend to have very little hanging space, but you would not expect this in a 4 star hotel!