We fell for this hotel filled with charm, ideally located on water. It is understandable why there are many guests here!
This hotel review is a translation from the French published on our French site, Easyvoyage.com.
On the east coast of Praslin, directly on the edge of the sea along Anse Volbert. For transfers from the airport located about 6 miles away, count 25 minutes.
Le Village du Pêcheur receives regular guests who give all their friendliness to the place. The hotel organises an outing at sea followed by a barbecue on the beach at sunset every Wednesday.
With its small whitewashed bungalows and its alcove architecture, Le Village du Pêcheur reminds of an Andalusian hacienda. Certainly, the area is confined but packed with very private areas which give it some charm and reasonable freshness. Also, apart from its 13 rooms, for sure, very close to one another, the hotel has an enticing games room equipped with a small television (broadcast of sports), a big bar furnished with nice settees and a restaurant fitted directly on the sand.
4 types of rooms are available: the "back standard", "standard", "supérior" and "suites". Of variable sizes, all rooms have air-conditioning, direct telephone, minibar, and safe. Decorated in a very uncluttered style, it has modest rattan furniture and well equipped bathrooms with shower or bathtub and hairdryer. The "back standard" are exceptionally tight and have neither balcony nor sea view. The others are literally located on the beach.
The guests of Le Village du Pêcheur have their meals with their feet in the sand. Sheltered by a straw hut on the beach, the hotel's restaurant serves Creole dishes "à la carte" or based on a menu. The meals are modest but of great freshness. Some evenings, barbecues are organised.
Le Village du Pêcheur is built directly on the lovely beach of Anse Volbert, covered with white sand and surrounded with by clean water. Some deckchairs are at the disposal of the guests. Takamakas and coconuts skirting this part of the beach provides some welcomed shade when it is hot. From May to September, South-East trade winds however bring algae to the shore.
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