Les Bruyeres Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Les Bruyeres Hotel Castets
Travel Blogs from Castets
Thought I should take advantage of the free wifi that actually works at this wonderful bar in Biarritz! Wonderful because it's got 20 great beers on tap.. To update from the last entry, a huge thunderstorm in the night meant I had to race out in me shreddies at 6.35am to wind in the awning before I set sail for a second time across the lake in the van. Of course I should have remembered a freshwater lake = mozzies!! Yep they came in a pincer movement and ...
... free Aire on a beach just down the road from there and stayed the night. I'm starting to think I might just spend 6 months around here it's so nice.
But no, onwards and upwards so today I've come another 40 miles futher South to a fabulous quiet site just South of Biscarosse called Municipal Camping du Lc at Sante Eulalie-en- Born. (you want detail, you got it) The Sun is hot, the shorts, wife-beater and the factor 30 are on - woot! If you've got ...
... spa, visiting a cave, and playing cards at night. A big thank you to them for helping Luke get an appointment at a local doctor's office to get a prescription filled for his sinus infection!
A highlight of driving around southern France is the chance to take in the views along the way and having the flexibility to stop and take photos of beautiful scenery.
... This was supposed to be low season! There was nothing for it but to get back on the bike and head out of town. Some time later and after a few wrong turns I spotted a welcome "camping" sign which lead us to our place of rest for the next 2 nights - a real gem of a place too! For only 12 euro a night we could stay at this awesome site in the woods compete with tennis courts and swimming pool, and right next to a surf beach too. Sure why ...
... to be something crucial in the wwoofing experience. We soon learnt that hitchhiking wasn't uncommon in France, and with the two of us it was safety in numbers. The lovely woman, who had also let us stay in her shed on a blowup mattress the night before, dropped us right to the entrance of the farm and then it was just a matter of jumping out and getting to know the farm. Given that it was our first ever time doing this, I was slightly apprehensive as you can't ...