See why so many travellers make Auberge des Cevennes their hotel of choice when visiting L'Anse-Saint-Jean. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a refrigerator and a mosquito net, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Auberge des Cevennes features a sun terrace, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Auberge des Cevennes, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to Chez Montagner, which is not far from Auberge des Cevennes.
At Auberge des Cevennes, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to L'Anse-Saint-Jean.
As soon as I walked into the room, I was charmed; small and cozy, pink, old and new mixed in a hilarious way. Very clean with a comfortable bed. The night was quiet, cool and dark. The room is not made to spend time in, it is made to sleep, shower, have breakfast and then go out for the day. The view from the balcony is very nice, but you cannot see the bay and certainly not the fjord. It is well situated, between the modern center and the old tourist and bay center. A car is needed to go anywhere. The breakfast was generous but the coffee is less than expected in todays coffee world. I would happily stay there again.
Well let me start off by saying that the place is quite quiet, peaceful but for the odd Harley that pass by during the night. We went there for the scenery and to hike. The room we had was, in my opinion very small, you walk in there is a chair and table for two at the entrance of the room, a fan(no air conditioning), a double bed & last but not least a sink in the room too. The bathroom is petite, with a toilet and shower. Seeing we went during COVID 19, breakfast was brought to our room you had a variety to choose from the breakfast menu. It was nice but too small for my taste and the bed too hard. Enjoy and have fun
I'll be honest and say that I did not realize that there wasn't air-conditioning in the place when I booked here. The inn itself does not disappoint in most categories: check-in was great, rooms are clean and bright, bathroom is impeccable, morning breakfast was fine and the innkeepers themselves seem lovely. However, the temperatures in early July during the day were in the mid to high 30s C, so if your room was at the top floor of the inn (as ours was,) the heat and humidity are enough to feel extremely uncomfortable. This did not cool down much during the night, and so even though the outside temperatures were in the low 20s in the night, the rooms themselves were still uncomfortable. This was despite a plethora of fans. It was the first time in a long, long while, that I decided to actually sleep on the cooler floor, rather than the beds. Needless to say, I did not get much sleep that night. Parking is a bit difficult if you have a bigger car and the lots are full, but you should be able to manage. The inn is about a mile from the actual piers into the fjord.…
Trip Advisor put you on to Booking.com who say only one room left. (Not true) They give you the cheapest most uncomfortable room. Both well into our 70 s. Room 25 is for midgets. Small bed wedged into alcove, hardly enough room for one let alone a large 6ft 2 ins & 5ft 7 wife. Have to climb over one another in the middle of the night to use tiny tiny bathroom. A power cut (not their fault) but only given tea light candles!!! The inside staircase very steep, the outside one uneven, railing loose, both safety hazards, wooden floors slope. Appreciate this is an old building but more suitable for young, athletic back packers. Description of the room on booking.com is certainly not the room given.
Perfect interior, equipment and especially amazing breakfast! I’m recommending testing their home made yogurts, confitures and cakes. Mr. Mario doing very well to keep his hotel in the good shape. I would stay there again if could pass this region someday.