Au Roi GradlonAudierne
Au Roi Gradlon
Audierne itself is charming, with an attractive harbour and bustling Saturday market. With 'les pieds dans l'eau', Hotel l'Horizon is situated in a superb spot at the head of the Goyen estuary, right by the beach and just a 20-minute stroll along the river from the town centre, with views across the estuary and out to sea. Audierne once had a busy trawler fleet, and although that industry remains on a smaller scale, the port is a bustling hub for many leisure craft with a very attractive marina, backed by small streets steeply rising behind it.
The majority of rooms have a sea view, as does the dining room, where you can enjoy generous helpings of delicious local produce. All bedrooms have en suite facilities and many have lovely views. The fine sandy beach is just a few minutes walk from the hotel.
Le Feuilleté au Hareng Fumé du Cap Sizun, Sauce Raifort et Crudités.
La Salade aux Trois Fromages, Chèvre Chaud, Reblochon et Roquefort, Vinaigrette aux Saveurs de Noix.
La Potée aux Choux et Langue de Boeuf.
Le Filet de Merlu à l’Andouille de Guéméné, Crème à la Moutarde à l’Ancienne et Lentilles Corail.
La Sélection du Chef à l’Ardoise. (Supplément indiqué sur l’ardoise)
La Crème de Marron et sa Mangue Fraîche.
La Tarte Sablée au Citron Meringuée et Salade d’Agrumes.
- Lovely location with great views across the estuary
- Almost all rooms have a sea view
- Pleasant rooms with en suite facilities and TV
- Panoramic restaurant serving wonderful fresh local seafood
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