Le Mouton Blanc

Grande Rue BP 28, Mont-St-Michel, 50170, France
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Are there Hotels on the Island?

by Robyn105

I've been sifting through the hotels to see if I can find one actually located on the island. Maybe you know of one you could recommend.
Thanks in advance.

Re: Are there Hotels on the Island?

by Kakapo2

Have you seen the official website? There are some hotels recommended inside the walls:


Re: Are there Hotels on the Island?

by MikeySoft

Yes, there are hotels on the island. I stayed on the island in 2002. It was very crowded when we got there and I was worried about finding a place. However, all the people were on days tours, It was very nice later when the crowds left

Re: Are there Hotels on the Island?


if you have a care, I'd rather overnight in St. Malo.
On the other hand, sunrise in Mont St Michel is an amazing experience so, if you want to experience that, it is surely better to overnight right there. I remember a row of 3starshotels just before the long and narrow way there (but not their names, I was there in 1992); their location is really graat althogh can be very touristy, like everything there.

Re: Are there Hotels on the Island?

by wonga0

Hey, I was just back from MSM and we stayed in Hotel Le Mouton Blanc Annex, basic and clean and has bayview. Although the annex is not next to the main hotel building, it's only a few steps away just at the back of the small cathedral and cementry in middle of the main street. For contact info, you can refer to MSM's offical websit.

Travel Tips for Mont Saint Michel

Wind mill on the continent


On the main land, in front of Mont-Saint-Michel, along the Couesnon river, this old wind mill was not in use anymore and had lost its wings. However, the building itself and the roof looked in good condition. I bet that it might some day be restored and turned for example into a crêperie to taste one of those delicious crêpes (pancake) washed with a bowl (not a glass, a bowl) of cider!

The Mont tomorrow

by Azhut

Infos from projectmontsaintmichel.fr

A landscape restored

The action over the period 2003 to 2008 will free the Mont from the stranglehold of the surrounding salt marshes, rid it of its unsightly parking area, and of the causeway tying it to the mainland and obstructing the ramparts.

The most spectacular feature will be the return to a marine setting. Once the current parking lots have been demolished, 15 hectares of strands will be restored to their natural state. The combined forces of the sea and the Couesnon will flush the sediment out to sea away from the Mont. The Mont approaches will be permanently cleared of salt marshes, with 50% of the end result to be achieved within two years and 80% within 8 years of commissioning the dam.

To read more go on this site:

make this sometimes-island your own...

by morgane1692

...or, almost. I'm sure it's a madhouse in the summer months, with busloads and hordes and masses of package-tourists and daytrippers, making life crushed and miserable for you, the thoughtful traveler. Be smart then, visit Mont St. Michel in the damp and colder winter months, and you'll have far fewer interruptions and distractions with which to contend.

Many houses in a little space

by Azhut

Because of the space that they have in Mont Saint Michel, inhabitants build up houses one after one and they use every little space for it. Don't forget that Mont Saint Michel is a hill so it's better to consider the higher dimension.

The famous omelettes of Mama Poulard

by Pavlik_NL

In the street immediately past the entrance, you will find at your left hand the famous restaurant of Mere Poulard (Mama Poulard). This restaurant is here already since 1879 and is famous for the omelettes that Madam Poulard made for the pilgrims. These omelettes are huge and very thick. The eggs are mixed in pans of cupperand baked above an open fireplace. Ernest Hemingway as well as Yves Saint Laurent enjoyed one here, according to their autographs along the wall.


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Address: Grande Rue BP 28, Mont-St-Michel, 50170, France