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Hotel des Voyageurs

14 rue de l Ocean, 56410 Erdeven France
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#1 of 2 hotels in Erdeven
L'Hôtel Restaurant des Voyageurs** vous accueille à Erdeven en Morbihan. Situé au cœur du bourg, dans une rue calme, c'est un hôtel familial et indépendant à l'architecture typique des années 70. Tenu par la même famille depuis 50 ans, il a été repris en juillet 2018 par deux amoureux de la Bretagne, Richard Attou et Jacky Jubin. À proximité immédiate des commerces, à 3 km des plages, il vous reçoit pour une nuit d'étape, un week-end en Morbihan ou des vacances en Bretagne. L'Hôtel des Voyageurs, c'est 19 chambres équipées tout confort, déclinées en catégories « Économique » ou « Confort », avec, pour chacune, salle d'eau et WC privatifs. Le Restaurant des Voyageurs propose une cuisine traditionnelle, inspirée du terroir breton, du marché du jour et mettant à l'honneur les produits de la mer. En outre le chef a rapporté des saveurs épicées de ses nombreux séjours dans le monde. Erdeven : point de départ de toutes vos envies de tourisme entre ria d'Etel et cote sauvage de Quiberon
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Golf course
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
Breakfast available
Breakfast in the room
Tennis court offsite
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English, French
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T1CHT2014 wrote a review May 2019
Monmouthshire, United Kingdom161 contributions37 helpful votes
We first visited this restaurant over 35 years ago and most recently in the last ten. This time we were very disappointed and shocked at the decline. Recently undef new management, its clear the establishment is not what it was. On a Saturday night, we were the only table ......left about 9.00pm after a very average meal. The owners then closed Such a shame
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from GOUZERH, Propriétaire at Hotel des Voyageurs
Responded 27 May 2019
Sorry you did not like your meal.Do not worry, most of our customers, even regulars of the old map continue to come and feast . Certainly, there are few guests currently, but the season has not really started in France. We are absolutely not ashamed of our work and we know the quality of our products. We understand that the change disrupts some old customers who used to find the same identical dishes for 30 years. We wish you a pleasant stay in Brittany. Sincerely, the direction.
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pugh_pugh wrote a review Oct 2018
Guernsey, United Kingdom38 contributions14 helpful votes
We have stayed at this hotel and restaurant for the last 20 years having found it on the web. They were the only ones of 3 in the area that replied to our request! All the reviews on here reiterated our own experience of the staff and services. This year we booked our annual golf trip and were given the sad news that the hotel had changed hands and our friends would not be working there in late September. However the place had many fond memories of fabulous meals and great fun in the bar afterwards. We were due to travel on Friday 21 sept but our condor boat was cancelled so we emailed the new owners to inform them...we didn’t get a reply but as we were letting them know we would be there on Saturday at the same time as always...2 hours by road from st mall, we thought nothing of it. We arrived outside the hotel around 8 to find the hotel restaurant and bar in darkness which was quite disturbing as it was always the hive of industry and the go to place in the village ... on investigating we found a paper notice on the door stating they had closed for the season and a number to ring for attention. This we did and a man,unknown to us appeared with a key. Fortunately my wife speaks French so was able to find out what was going on. Since the sale on July 1st apparently business had dropped off to such an extent that they had made the decision to close bar and restaurant but still allow guests who had booked rooms to continue to stay in the hotel! This was offered to us so we stayed that night with the thoughts that we might change venue the day after. Knowing the area and after contacting our good friend from the family we got the whole story and decided to do bed and breakfast....yes! they were offering petit dejeuner to guests so that was the only bonus. It saved dragging ourselves 1kilometre up the road and there are several other food establishments in the village which after 20 years we finally got to use...see my other reports on here! I can’t see this hotel remaining within the chain of logis next year when it is to reopen under a possible new name! Heartbroken yes but so pleased to have had so many great trips to the wonderful hotel des voyagers.. particular thanks to guilbert and fabienne and chef Bruno not forgetting madam gouzerch.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: If you do choose it next year...remember there are no lifts and two floors....
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colinperchard wrote a review Aug 2018
Jersey, United Kingdom1 contribution
Warm welcom from friendly and very helpful staff . Excellent room for those with disabilities. Hotel well placed for visits to dolmens and menhirs but out of the rush and noise of hotels in larger towns. Good well priced meals , as you’d expect from a Logis. Delightful stay and would certainly come again. NB hotel name changes to ocean Hotel next years
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Room for those with disabilities on ground floor
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CSladeBN11 wrote a review Aug 2018
Worthing, United Kingdom39 contributions15 helpful votes
The welcome from all staff was effusive and genuine. The service was excellent and the food terrific! Everything was very, very good. All were very kind to our dog offering him water and a friendly pat on the head!
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Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We were only here to eat... but would definitely consider staying overnight in the future
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Julia Е wrote a review Aug 2017
Europe28 contributions17 helpful votes
Our family stayed here 4 days in the middle of August and I would like to share my very positive opinion. The hotel is small and authentic. If you are looking for a modern environment and hi-tech furniture, it is not for you. If you are looking for a real French hotel, with a rustic style, you are welcome. To reply to a previous opinion, the bed was pretty comfortable for me (1.78 m) and for my husband (1.80 m). Breakfast was French, full choice (croissants, flakes, fruits, juice...) and once again I want to disagree with a previous comment - a price was reasonable (around 7-8 euros), good quality, tasty coffee, I really don't understand why the guest was sad. .. What I would like to mention, and I will write it in capital letters, is a REALLY WARM WELCOME and an ABILITY TO SATISFY the customer needs. There was no request which remained unsatisfied (and believe me, our requests were numerous as we were travelling with 3 children), starting from changing the room and finishing with warming some food. To be fair, there were some drawbacks (small toilet in children's room) but again, if you live in an old building, you should not expect a supersonic jet as an elevator, eh? I sincerely recommend you to choose this hotel for your stay, besides -it is in the middle of the city - there is a free parking - it has its own restaurant - other nice restaurants nearby - small market nearby on Thursday
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel des Voyageurs
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel des Voyageurs?
Nearby attractions include Dolmens de Mané Kerioned (7.1 km), Alignements de Kerzerho (0.9 km), and îlot de saint-Cado (5.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel des Voyageurs?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel des Voyageurs?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel des Voyageurs?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel des Voyageurs?
Conveniently located restaurants include Crêperie Les Ganivelles, L Hippocampe, and Le Saint Guillaume.
Is Hotel des Voyageurs located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 km away from the centre of Erdeven.
Are pets allowed at Hotel des Voyageurs?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel des Voyageurs?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel des Voyageurs?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Chapelle De Saint Cado (5.5 km).
Is Hotel des Voyageurs accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.