"Well sited about half way down the street next to the harbour and hence within very easy walking distance of the cafés, bars and restaurants and natural attractions in this small town, this non-smoking hotel, modernised in 2011, was attractive and well run with welcoming staff. The receptionist who was mainly on duty later afternoon and evening during our stay had considerable English and we usually had a pleasant chat with her. The lift services all floors and there is level access to the hotel, and one disabled parking space by the door. There is free street parking in the street. We found this usually very easy but as we were there partly at a French Public Holiday, parking was more difficult (but not impossible) that weekend. We were lucky to be there for the weekly Thursday food market - largely in the pedestrian street behind the harbour road - a large number of stalls selling fresh and glowing large fruit, vegetable, cheeses and meats. Though there are some parking restrictions linked to this, we had no trouble parking. We had an attractive good sized harbour facing room on the first floor. The view was partially obstructed by the ground floor restaurant annexe; the view was presumably better on the second floor, and we guess that it was the third floor rooms under the eaves which drew comments of being small. There was a large comfortable bed; ample hanging and shelf space in an open cupboard, a small triangular desk space with telephone, and long dressing table shelf. Good lighting, including directional LED bedside lights. A flatscreen TV - all French language channels, a hospitality tray, and fairly good free wifi - though it was a bit of a nuisance having to re-log in each time. By closing the curtains each day - after the maid had pulled them open! - and leaving the window open at night, we were able to keep the room fairly cool, but we think the room could be hot in high summer. Air conditioning would be a welcome extra. The small bathroom was modern and attractive though the basin was minute and virtually impossible to use without splashing water over the edges. There was a free small safe in the wardrobe - at the bottom, so we had to lie down to access it! We did not have breakfast or dinner at the hotel, though the latter menu in particular looked interesting. NB The hotel does now have an adjoining restaurant. Binic is a lovely little seaside town with enormous beaches - plenty of space even with the tide in. The main road up the peninsular passes through it and though it led to traffic jams at the Public Holiday, the town itself still had a happy holiday buzz."
"Arrived here by bike after a couple of hilly sections from Erquy. Receptionist told me there was a €2.50 charge to store my bike. I summoned my best French to inform her the Benhuyc would be the first ever accommodation to charge me for such a thing (out of over 100 stays with a bike) and she relented, once I confirmed I wished to pay for breakfast. Regardless, it’s a really nice hotel right beside the marina and in the heart of the town. Bright, modern rooms - mine on the top floor had a lovely view over the marina and bay areas. Had dinner in the busy restaurant - really good food and enjoyable conversation with the waiter and some Parisians on the next table. Fresh, help yourself breakfast next morning. WiFi good when connected, but had some regular stalling. Good stay. Nice place, but drop the bike storage charge."
"Site web est excellent. Un excellent accueil à notre arrivée. Super chambre au 2nd étage en face du port. Design moderne très agréable. Super salle de bain. Petit déjeuner excellent. Excellent! Website is user friendly. Great welcome with smiling team. Wonderful bedroom at the 2nd floor with view of Binic harbor. Nice modern design and well equipped room; Super small bathroom well designed. Excellent breakfast with large choice. Super thanks to the team"