Built in the 1950s, the Water's Edge is the place of the "happy few", since it has only 50 rooms. Typical architecture outside (white facades, sloping slated rooftops), while the interior decor is Victorian-inspired. A small reception with noteworthy details, including the dresser bedecked with a mirror, and the frieze at the rear of the upholstered living room. On the outside there is a surprise: the pool is not where you would expect to find it. The solarium overlooking the bay is a snack-bar, with numerous tables and parasols but no loungers. They are placed on a staircase up above, between the bean-shaped pool and a lush green garden. On the terrace, on three levels. Intimacy is guaranteed, though when you are horizontal, the Channel is out of sight. The leisure facilities provided include bath towels.