About this listing
During the summer you will be at the heart of cultural and festive activities: Jazz in Sète, Festival of Voices Vives, Fiesta Sète, Feast of St Louis ...
During your stay, it is by walking on foot you can explore the city center and the nearby port
Welcome to our guesthouse to stay in one of the most picturesque districts in Sète: the area above. Real balcony over the harbor and the sea, the house is close to the cultural highlights of the city: Theater of the Sea Museum, Paul Valery ...
Breakfast includedPrivate bathroomPrivate toiletsTelevisionWiFi
Raymond and Bernard we're really great hosts, the room as described and the location spot on!
They picked us up and dropped us off at the train station + invited us for an aperitif on their stunning roof terrace when we arrived. Both being Setois, they gave us a short history of the town and made us feel welcome. Breakfast was served when we wanted it on the roof terrace and was a nice continental french style.
Thanks to both for a great stay and hope to you again in the future!
Habiter chez Bernard et Raymonde fût l'un des meilleurs séjours avec AirBNB. Leur emplacement est sensationnel. Le quartier tres sympa. Les chambres sont propres et d'une grandeur suffisante. Nous avions accès à un balcon extraordinaire avec une vue sur la ville de Sète. Le petit déjeuner est servi chaque matin. Le petit déjeuner était composé de pain, confiture maison, fromages, fruits et oeufs. Raymonde et Bernard nous ont suggéré des visites et des activités très intéressantes. Ils nous ont même transporté de la Gare à leur domicile. Ils ont été des hôtes formidable et nous recommandons fortement ce gîte.
Raymonde & Bernard were extremely welcoming upon our arrival. They went above & beyond their duty by collecting and dropping us to the station which we were extremely grateful for.
The description of the accommodation was completely accurate. Their home is beautiful and the roof terrace is a lovely asset that provides a wonderful view.
My only regret is that we didn't have any French to be able to converse in depth. Despite this barrier, they were more than helpful and we still managed to have a lovely stay.