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|"Helpful staff and good breakfast."||(in 6 reviews)|
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Very helpful staff and excellent location within the town of Auray.
It would have been nice if the hotel had a lift, but we were given a first-floor room and the staff were quite helpful in getting our bags up to our room.
Brreakfast good and parking
the location was good for our purpose. The decor was lovely; very trendy and boutique styled. Breakfast was more than ample for 8 euros and was served until 11am (great for a long sleep in!). It was also helpful being able to get lunch or snacks in the bar area. Those meals were great value and large in size. the hotel is in walking distance to the port area, which is lovely. there is also a market on the street one day a week. The staff were very nice and could speak english if needed. There are also hairdryers in the room, which was not mentioned in the room description. Our room and bathroom was lovely, very clean.
no air conditioning in the rooms. we had to leave our window open which meant the room was very noisy as it faced onto the street. we were offered a change of room if we wanted, but we were already unpacked and settled so decided to stay where we were. My friends, who were in other rooms said the noise was not a problem for them, but one friend had a very small room, which they were unhappy about. Our room was reasonable in size, another friend's was much bigger.
Nice and modern hotel, well up to date. Close enough to a very cosy harbour.
A bit noisy outside from the cafe in the night.
Good location near downtown Auray, but a bit far from the train station. Helpful staff and good breakfast. We stayed here to catch a bus to Karnac to see the megaliths. Auray itself is charming, particularly the area across the bridge and the Quai Franklin (so named because Ben used this tiny port in 1776 on his semi-secret mission to wangle aid for the revolutionaries in our war of independence).
The hotel is a little more than a mile from the train station; we made the walk, with bags, but most people won't go that far. There is bus service and cabs, but infrequently, as Auray is a small town. The bus to Karnac/centre ville gets you to within about a 20-minute walk of the megaliths, and the megaliths themselves go on for more than a mile, I would guess, so be prepared for some walking. There is a tourist train you can catch and the Maison de Megaliths, but we were told this just does a drive-by without stopping, so we walked. It's a good walk.
With a stay at Le Celtic in Auray, you'll be a 1-minute walk from Gulf of Morbihan Regional Natural Park and 9 minutes by foot from Saint-Goustan port. Free self parking is available onsite.
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