Where to Stay When in Brittany, France

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The following is an article “Where to Stay When in Brittany, France” by Marc Primo.

Brittany is one of those summer getaways in the Emerald Coast where you’d just want to enjoy the stunning beaches and take in the warm sun, while appreciating the glorious infinite coastline. This cultural region west of France is filled with family resorts, plush watering holes, and wide-ranging hotels and accommodation prospects that will suit any visitor.

Submitted: September 24, 2019

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Where to Stay When in Brittany, France

The following is an article “Where to Stay When in Brittany, France” by Marc Primo.

Brittany is one of those summer getaways in the Emerald Coast where you’d just want to enjoy the stunning beaches and take in the warm sun, while appreciating the glorious infinite coastline. This cultural region west of France is filled with family resorts, plush watering holes, and wide-ranging hotels and accommodation prospects that will suit any visitor.

If you find yourself in Brittany and are at a loss for where to stay because of the many viable options, here’s a list of the top five hotspots you might consider.

Ty Mad Hotel. Meaning “good home”, this well-appointed manor house is made up of 15 well-ventilated bedrooms that offer good views of the seascape. The hotel’s neat décor is very pleasing against its mainly natural stone wall and wooden roof design. The courtyard garden is breathtaking and perfect for sunny breakfasts with the family, plus there’s an indoor pool and sauna where you can further relax in private. Should you decide to stay in this humble yet posh lodge, then it’s best to check out Douarnenez town where the smell of kouign-amann from the local bakery will tempt you like mice following the Pied Piper. 

Chez Janie. A three-star hotel located in the heart of the captivating and historical onion town of Roscoff, Chez Janie will give you a great seaside ambience from the terrace, while you watch boats sailing into the harbor. Their rooms are cool and cozy, and if you want a nightcap, there’s the famous bar where onion pickers from old times used to go and roll up their sleeves. It’s still the best one to go to today when in this modest hotel, and the nearby restaurant is also the top choice when you are craving seafood. The moment you feel the desire to go to the beach, worry not as you’ll get there in a just five minutes by foot.

Hotel Manoir de Rigourdaine. Dinan, one of Brittany’s most old-fashioned towns, features this homely stone beauty of a hotel perched high on a hill offering a panoramic view of the river. It blends history with the peace that the countryside offers, with paths that lead you to the estuary. Enter the spacious bedrooms and split-level rooms for families where you can all take in some traditional Breton features. It’s peace unlike any other, whether you choose to lounge at the bar or read a good book by the fireplace. 

Hotel Sainte Barbe. Head west of Brittany and you’ll chance upon this re-imagined legend of a hotel in Le Coquet. It boasts spectacular sea views from the nearby clifftop, and in a way, can give you a simulated ship ride when inside the rooms as the waves pound underneath the balconies. It’s a freshly renovated destination in Brittany with just three years of renewed operation now complete with a spa, a bar, and a restaurant. Feeling a bit sentimental? You may also experience the beauty of Ushant and Molene islands from a good vantage point when staying at this must-visit sanctuary.

Bot-Conan Lodge. Located south of Quimper in south Brittany and hidden behind two white sandy inlets, this gem of a find is a glamper’s ultimate dream. With 21 lodge tents adorned with vintage designs, and a cabin sitting in solitude at the east of Bénodet, Bon-Conan Lodge is your best bet for calming nature trips that will get you one with the sun, water, trees, and beach. Futon beds are available for comfortable sleepovers before you rise in the mornings for a relaxing paddle on the beach and breakfast on deck. The site is perfect for adventurous groups and families looking for an ideal setting that both offer adventure and relaxation.


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