Nadine, the owner, is hospitable and keen to please, which was nice. The apartment had a well equipped kitchen (with the exception of a usable kettle, but we enjoy cooking and the other equipment provided easily made up for that).
The location is good, with a mini market a few steps away, and large supermarkets nearby; and plenty of local attractions within an hour’s drive, or so. The advert was a little misleading. The apartment is listed with a bedroom, but has none; it’s a studio apartment; and the “wi-fi available” is provided by the local authority and is extremely expensive, and appeared unreliable. Also (if this is important to you) the owner is listed as speaking English, but she does not speak a word, though her daughter was available by phone to translate. Also, there was a TV provided, though only French channels were available; it would have been helpful to have had this pointed out in the advert, as some adverts do specially mention this. These points aside, we certainly very much enjoyed our one week stay, making day trips every day to local attractions and enjoying the French countryside and nearby cities and towns, and even making it as far as Paris and Belgium; the town of Leper was a great find and well worth the trip.
We visited out of season, so the nearby beach was a bit inhospitable, with strong, cold winds, though I can imagine it being pleasant during the warmer months.
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