Hotel Akena City Le Treport
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Akena City Le Treport Friville-Escarbotin
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... the neighbouring donkey, but it wasn't anywhere to be seen. We sat and watched Gen's brothers play tennis for a while and then we tried to go for a walk. The walk was short lived however, as the bats were out in full force and they were swooping FAR TOO CLOSE for comfort. We went back inside and Gen, Nic and I played cards. Everyone was in bed early as we have an early morning tomorrow! I'm now showered and excited to get up and go visit some First World War ...
... nectarines (yay no allergic reaction when they were cooked!) and fresh picked raspberries from the chateau's garden. An hour or so later we had marinated pork, sausage, carrots and cheese filled, baked potatoes. It was very tasty at 10pm! The evening ended with lots more wine, singing and dancing. My cheeks are sore from the amount of laughing and smiling! Tomorrow we have rented bikes and are going to the ...
... a lot of time to shop and organise 18 people. For dinner we had a nice salad with cheese crepes on top as a sort of crouton, and then tomatoes and chicken. The food was delicious and it was nice to have more of a home cooked meal! For dessert we had fruit and local ice cream, another great treat. The wine continued to flow, the stories for funnier and even more photos were taken by every person at the chateau. After dinner Gen, ...
... went to the beach for a dip. The beach - big pebbles and dirty water you couldn't even see your ankles!! We had dinner at the camp site restaurant. Just a pizza and croque monsuer. The family owners were lovely and gave us a taste of wine cos they love ...
... beach house. On our arrival in Quend-Plage, we realized we have arrived in a community like Wasaga Beach. Not quite as big, but similar in feel and services. Definitely not as big as the beach mecca of Le Tourquet about an hour north of us which has 5500 full time residents, but boasts a population of over 200,000 in the summer months.
It is not yet summer here, but the sun was out, with some wind, and we twice explored ...