Good Hotel Guide Review
‘A terrific place,’ said a recent visitor. Gloriously positioned on a peninsula in a fishing port on the north Brittany coast, this handsome white 1900s hotel is decorated in ‘contemporary balnéaire’ style: polished floorboards, grey and honey panelled walls, wooden furniture, original wicker chairs, and colourful modern fabrics: ‘the apogee of casual chic’. The garden, with an alley of lime trees, leads down to the sea. There is a large indoor saltwater swimming pool and a health and beauty spa. Most bedrooms face south-east across the bay; others overlook a church; some have a terrace. ‘Ours was not large, but airy, light and comfortable.’ The gourmet restaurant, with sea view, is mostly enjoyed; you can also eat at the hotel’s bistro at the port, a short walk away (Brasserie de la Plage).
15 Rue De L'eglise
00 33 2986 7410 2
Closed for two weeks at the end of November.
Terrace, Wi-Fi, indoor heated swimming pool, spa, fitness centre, private garden and beach, library and bar.
Yes, for a €20 surcharge per day.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double from €170 B&B in the low season; from €275 half-board (compulsory) in the high season.