Plomodiern is a sleepy village a mile or two back from the sea. There is not much there apart from an exceptional (and expensive) restaurant with rooms.
We had dinner there on one of our two nights. We had what was ostensibly a four course meal but, with all the additional little dishes that come with it, it became a whole evening's experience. It was a memorably meal, the food is beautifully prepared and presented, but it is pretty rich. It was not something we would want to experience too often. The following evening, we went to a simple restaurant 30 minutes drive away recommended by Glazicks - a very different experience but also enjoyable.
The property is not really a hotel, more rooms adjoining the restaurant. They are very modern and spacious, comfortable, and decent value if you avoid the high season. We has a beach room - the beach is maybe a mile or so away, just visible with binoculars. And the balcony was a joke - seems more like a way to get round France's smoking laws. Breakfast is an additional €24 per person, which we chose not to have. Wifi is very frustrating - you need a separate logon and password for each single device, and you have to reenter it each time you return to the property. Why does it have to be SO difficult?More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking