Logis Auberge de la Dune is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Le Crotoy, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Logis Auberge de la Dune provide a flat screen TV and a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Logis Auberge de la Dune guests have access to a sun terrace, newspaper, and baggage storage. You can also enjoy breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Logis Auberge de la Dune.
While staying at Logis Auberge de la Dune, you can find some great restaurants within walking distance of the hotel including Auberge de la Dune restaurant (0.0 km) and Au Relais de la Maye (1.5 km).
Enjoy your stay in Le Crotoy!
I had lunch at the Auberge de la dune on the 31/08. It is a restaurant that I will never go back to, certainly would not recommend. Food was tasteless, we weren't offered black or salt, no mayonnaise or ketchup, then the waiter disappeared, he never came back to ask how the food was. It is the worst restaurant I've been to in France, worst food!!!
Reception were not very welcoming. I had booked a twin as travelling with a friend, and we were given a double. We were moved to a small room where by removing the bedside shelves from the headboard the beds could be pushed apart. The bathroom absolutely stank. A lovely girl quickly sorted it out but said that was what happened when it rained....so knowing that it should have been checked. The parking is good, the bar area and restaurant look lovely. It is some way out of Le Crotoy in a very quiet hamlet so peaceful. Nice patio outside for a sundowner. We had a very disappointing meal in the restaurant as the salt marsh lamb was tough with grisly sinewy fat. Check your bill carefully as we were charged 26 € for breakfast we never had. Not the usual standard for a Logis. All in all disappointing.…
This was our third visit to the area but we had never managed to stay overnight. We’d had a drink at the Auberge de la Dune previously and were pleased to be able to try the hotel and restaurant. The room was on the small side as was the bathroom but both were comfortable and clean. We had dinner in the restaurant and the food and wine were both excellent but the service could have been friendlier. The breakfast the next morning was the best we’d had on this trip to France. The wifi did not work after 11pm or in the morning. We booked the demi-pension rate which is good value.
We stayed for 2 nights in the hotel. Sadly not many people there. Not the fault of the hotel but of the economy in general in France. We were given a very nice bedroom on the ground floor, well adapted for a handicapped person. If the hotel was full you might hear the noise from the bar, which is fairly near. A very ample and fresh breakfast was provided with excellent service. We ate in the hotel both nights and enjoyed well prepared fresh food. This is an ideally positioned hotel for visiting le Maquenterre, only 7 minutes away, by car
The last time we went to this restaurant it was okay but not phenomenal anyway we thought we would give it another chance. I was really disappointed,we decided to eat al la carte which was probably an error but we weren't sure we could manage the quantities in the set menus. I decided to have what I understood to be prawn cocktail Even my O level French remembered crevette is French for prawn. Also I am from Essex so I know what is supposed to be in a prawn cocktail. However there was these weird fishy slithers in it which at first I though might be octopus but my husband identified as crab sticks plus potato cubes. I send it back and they just bought the same thing without the lettuce, it was shocking! Optimistic I moved onto the next course grilled sole with vegetables. Well the sole was un cooked on the underside, the broccoli has clearly been on fire, so I was only able to eat the upper side of this dish. Feeling still hungrey at the end of the meal. I reached for the bread rolls which had accompanied my husbands meal and they were wet inside clearly had been defrosted. I can get better French meals in London! Appalling, they definitely won't be getting a third chance. We went for dinner and did not stay at the hotel so cannot comment on that.…
Basic clean room. Bathroom very small but adequate. As another reviewer said, because of flooring every footstep in the corridor could be heard. Food good. Nice location out in the sticks. Okay for overnight stop.
This is a very pleasant hotel with excellent dining facilities and one which is well patronised. It is a bit off the beaten track but well situated for exploring the Baie de Somme and has ample parking space. The restaurant is extremely good and serves a variety of local dishes and regional specialities. The rooms are adequate but rather cramped and showering is a tight manoeuvre. The staff are friendly and helpful and the hotel is good value for money.
Mattress uncomfortable, tiles in shower cracked, flooring enabled every footstep in the corridor to be heard, smell of stale food everywhere, unfriendly check in, food poor, cold, tough and fatty and served on cold plates, expensive for what it was, breakfast very badly organised (told we couldn't sit at a laid up table with no other laid up tables available), no cloth to protect bread from hands, breakfast very overpriced for what it was, one bill for two rooms when we had asked for items to be charged to specific rooms. Overall very poor quality for an expensive stay. The wifi was slow, and not unavailable in the morning. The next place we stayed was cheaper and much better quality.
We stayed a couple of nights in this hotel, in the annex which is about 400m up the road. It is very quiet and our small apartment and the bed was comfortable. It was good to have a fridge but could have done with tea and coffee making facilities. The breakfast was served at the annex and was basic continental style but with fresh coffee and orange juice. The restaurant where we dined both nights was disappointing in that the menu raised hopes but the service(especially on the second night ) was slow and indifferent (don't agree to sit in the conservatory). The creme brûlée was not at room temperature the local specialty (salt lamb) was undercooked and tough.i did have delicious ice cream the second night. It is too far out of town to consider eating anywhere else unless you are prepared to drive so your choice is limited. I didn't mind the 7km walk to Le Crotoy, but I would not have wanted to walk back. It is in a lovely area and we enjoyed the Sunday market in St Vallery and a visit to he bird reserve. Having said all this, I think I would consider returning. The room was comfortable quiet and reasonably priced…
If you are looking for accommodation in Le Crotoy, you might want to look nearer. This is 7km out in the middle of farms. The hotel is 2 level and very basic (I rate 1.5 star) with small rooms, modestly finished but a pretty good restaurant. Dinner was great, breakfast typical. You can park in the rear yard (and you will have a car, because there is no other way to get here) which is very convenient. Not much point arriving early, because nothing to do here or nearby.