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Arrived on a Monday evening and had a prompt and smooth check in. Room was adequate but had a very small shower. Clean, and a comfortable bed. Extra pillows and towels were available on request. Take your own mugs and beverage kit as the mugs...More
Just an overnight stay prior to morning ferry on last day of a motorbike tour. Rooms were comfortable & clean. Only criticism is the lack of room in the shower cubicle itself - you can't turn around without moving the control lever. Apart from that,...More
I have nothing but praise for the Hotel Carline, Caen. An important reason I consider this hotel to be excellent is that the disability provision is top rate. I had a wet room with a non-slip floor and a toilet with a hand rail. There...More
Hotel clean. Room very basic and small. Bathroom very small-shower cubicle also, could barely move in it. Food ok, set meal. there is a buffalo grill restaurant next door which was quite good. Not situated in a place where you could take a walk. Alright...More
4 nights as part of a Leger tour on bed and breakfast arrangement.
If you are pondering the Normandy D Day landings tour with Leger, this is one of 2 basic hotels they use. It’s not the Ritz to be honest - in fact it’s...More
It was some time ago so I can't remember that much. We weren't tempted to leave the hotel because there was nothing much in the vicinity - not an eatery in sight. I seem to recall that someone at reception asked if we would... More
It was some time ago so I can't remember that much. We weren't tempted to leave the hotel because there was nothing much in the vicinity - not an eatery in sight. I seem to recall that someone at reception asked if we would be having dinner that night and gave us a menu to look at. There were three choices of main course and three, I think, of dessert. I certainly don't remember paying over the odds and the quality was fine.... but it wasn't Masterchef.