Aldershot, United Kingdom
Extremely helpful and understanding
We stayed with our 6 month old boy and a travel cot and baby bath were provided. Dominique also let us use her fridge and freezer to store breast milk for our son when our travel fridge broke down. Dominique was very patient with our lack of French (our usual accommodation let us down) and her husband and daughter helped our with translation. Breakfast was amazing, especially if you have a sweet tooth; crepes, waffles, rice pudding with orange, semolina, Breton far with prunes, lovely jams and caramel au beurre sale, all home made by Dominique. Also lovely bread from the local bakery and lovely strong coffee. Dominique went above and beyond to help us feel at home. One comment I have is that the walls are quite thin and we could hear our neighbours. There are also 17 quite steep steps with only one handrail to get up to the room (Pearl Dew). Carrying our family sized suitcase up and down was a bit tricky. It didn't affect our stay but is something people might want to know. The facilities were very good.