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Located in Camaret-sur-Mer, Hôtel de France is just in front of the sea. It offers a terrace, a restaurant and rooms serviced by a elevator. Free WiFi is provided. Incredibly nice and helpful staff, hallmarks of a family owned hotel. My minor concerns were promptly resolved. Great location, convenient free parking and I'm happy to have upgraded to a room with a sea view. I stayed for 6 days. Excellent food at the restaurant. Ate breakfast (buffet style with lots of options) and one dinner. I would definitely stay there again.
Le Thalassa Hôtel & Spa is 164 feet from Carnaret-sur-Mer Port in Brittany and features an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub. Free Wi-Fi access is provided in the rooms. The staff were very welcoming and friendly. The bathroom was clean, nice and modern with a great shower head and toiletries and high tech blue lighting. Super soft robes were provided, a nice touch. We ate a delicious seafood dinner there and the breakfast buffet was worth it. Heavenly, buttery, croissants. Dining views were lovely.
Located in the peninsula of Crozon, Appart' Hôtel Bellevue features sea views and accommodations with access to a garden. Free WiFi and free private parking are available. The location of the property is perfect - up on a hill overlooking the harbor and 2 minute walk to restaurants and shops. The property is near the hotel where you check-in. The hotel has a very nice swimming pool you can use. The little apartment was perfect for us - single parent and one child. We slept in the bunk beds that are in a windowless alcove so we didn't have to go through the hassle of the sleeper sofa. The view with balcony overlooking the harbor was just lovely - a great place to sit with coffee in the morning and a drink in the evening. Good wifi.
Set just 1.4 mi from Kerloc'h Beach, le moign-locations offers accommodations in Camaret-sur-Mer with access to a restaurant, a garden, as well as a 24-hour front desk. It's a very nice house in garden, difficult to find without help of owner [but he was waiting for us]. Fantastic place for holidays, also with children. Very close to Camaret, nice town with many restaurants, bars and cafes. Of course in Camaret is interesting ancient fort and a chapel of Saint Mary.
Next to the Carnaret-sur-Mer port in Brittany, this residence offers self-catering accommodations in a garden setting. Free private parking is available. Easy to park the car, easy to connect with the other part of the presqu’île, easy to find : just by the big church A room and a living room with a small kitchen : perfect for breakfast
Camaret-sur-Mer is a perfect base to explore the Crozon peninsula. It's a real fishing village, which makes for a much more authentic experience than staying at a resort town. There is great hiking to be done in every direction, and good white-sand beaches. On top of many restaurants and pubs playing Celtic music, Camaret-sur-Mer also boasts a proper grocery story to stock up on all the provisions.
We found that Camaret-sur-Mer was a very unpretentious seaside port that was very well placed for visiting south Finistere. We visited just before the season properly got going, so some restaurants had not yet opened, but could highly recommend the restaurant at the Hotel du Stuyvel ,where the seafood is excellent, is obviously also used by local people as well as visitors , and the view of the harbour is great. The town is very easy to navigate, and there is a good supermarket tucked behind the seafront for essentials. Lovely views from the harbour across the coast.
Nice little resort with plenty of choice in bars and bistros. Good beaches for the kids and water sports. Food in Hôtel was good and staff excellent. Rooms and facilities were excellent with jacuzzi and pool. Would definitely stay again.
Nice little town,a little quiet this time of year. If cycling/walking and looking to get the morning/evening ferry to Brest,don't forget that it leaves from Le Fret (My guide book said Camaret) which is 8km away,and it does not run on Mondays.
Excellent access for walking the coastal footpaths. Good selection of restaurants. Very few shops. Loads of art galleries. Reasonable beach, very pretty port. Would recommend Restaurant Cote Mer, Hotel du Styvel for seafood. Cliff path from Quai Styvel up to Pointe Grand Gouin and Pointe du Toulinguet is spectacular - good walking shoes recommended. The views and the changing light across the port are fabulous.
We thought the town attractive and liked the surrounding area. We only had 3 days in Camaret-sur-Mer and it made a perfect start to our holiday in France. We were content to have breakfast and our evening meal in the hotel. The food was good. There was plenty of choice of restaurants in the town which were only a short walk away along the road bordering the sea.
The staff were very welcoming and friendly. The bathroom was clean, nice and modern with a great shower head and toiletries and high tech blue lighting. Super soft robes were provided, a nice touch. We ate a delicious seafood dinner there and the breakfast buffet was worth it. Heavenly, buttery, croissants. Dining views were lovely.