Where to Stay and Eat in Brittany in 2021

Where to Stay and Eat in Brittany in 2021

Our choice of hotels and restaurants to enjoy during your trip.

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Sainte-Barbe Hôtel & Spa, Le Conquet
Perched on a rocky headland in the far west, its 34 contemporary bedrooms all enjoy sea views towards Ouessant. Marine spa, sea-themed cuisine, rooftop bar and sunsets.

3* Château de Boisgelin, Pléhédel
This château with 450-acre estate has been owned by the Boisgelin family since 1166. Marine Kergourlay runs the 14-bedroom hotel; husband Mathieu, the kitchen. Walking and cycling trails, and golf course.

Château du Nessay, Saint-Briac-sur-Mer
This elegant 19th-century property above Salinette beach, opened in 2018 as a 17-bedroom hotel with restaurant, bar, terrace, and Phytomer Spa with sauna, steam room and massage cabin.

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Le Manoir de Kerbot on the Rhuys peninsula. © Studio FUN IMAGES

4* Le Manoir de Kerbot, Rhuys Peninsula
New in 2019, there are nine rooms and suites in this renovated 16th century ‘longère’ farmhouse 10 minutes from Vannes. Simple, elegant décor; spa; and terrace with lake view. Gastronomic restaurant serving seasonal local produce.

3* Hôtel Les Costans, Perros-Guirec
There’s a choice of room styles at this seaside hotel with views of the SeptÎles. Buffet breakfast; easy access to local restaurants for main meals; spa treatments and wellbeing area.

5*Hôtel Barrière, Le Grand Hôtel Dinard
Period architecture and stylish décor abound in this hotel’s 86 rooms and one suite. Gourmet dining, plus informal café and cocktail bar with unrivalled views across the water to Saint-Malo. Pool, fitness centre and casino, free bike hire.

4* Hôtel-Restaurant de la Plage, Douarnenez
This waterside Relais et Châteaux hotel is in quiet countryside at Sainte-Anne-la-Palud on the edge of Douarnenez bay. Family run with 24 bedrooms. Panoramic restaurant, outdoor pool, tennis court, garden.

3* Hotel de la Plage, Damgan
On a narrow peninsula between river and ocean, this 17-bedroom hotel stands on the Golfe du Morbihan. The restaurant specialises in seafood.


Le Manoir de Sevin, Plerguer
A 17th-century stone manor in quiet countryside between Dinan and Dol de Bretagne offering two large guest bedrooms, plus a shared lounge, garden and terrace.

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Le Manoir de Sevin

Les Jardins de la Matz, Plouër-sur-Rance
Choose from two bedrooms, a family suite, and one apartment with river or countryside view. Fresh veg and eggs from owners’ organic market garden.

Le Manoir des Éperviers, Quéven
There are five bedrooms and suites at this manor house in a wooded park near Lorient. Relax in the spa with heated indoor pool, sauna and steam room and explore the magnificent gardens.


Holen, Rennes
Chef Tugdual Debéthne gained his first Michelin star in 2020. Refined décor to match his innovative dishes.

Le Catamaran, Saint-Quay-Portrieux
Choose from a daily market menu and enjoy views of La Comtesse island and beach.

Iodé, Vannes
Awarded Jeunes Talent Gault & Millau 2020, chef Sophie Régnier blends flavours from sea and land.

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Holen in Rennes serves Michelin-starred food amidst refined decor. © FRANCK HAMEL

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  • Gillian Thornton
    2021-07-15 11:58:41
    Gillian Thornton
    Thanks for the recommendation, Kerstin. I love Benodet and spent a very happy July 14th there some years ago. A beautiful part of this glorious region!


  • kerstin Hallert
    2021-07-15 11:55:36
    kerstin Hallert
    Why not recommend the Finistere where French families go for holiday - do take the train to Quimper and from railway station pick the local bus to Benodet that lovely Summer bliss of a town where romantic river Odet meets the deep blue sea flaunting three gorgeous beaches as well as excursions by boat to the protected Glenan archipelago of ever more divine beaches and a famous lobster restaurant. Not forgetting lovely boat cruises up river Odet. Warmly recommend the legendary Grand hotel Abbatiale Benodet with a lovely heated pool spa and sublime restaurant all reasonably priced. Benodet is beautifully French the family favourite of general Charles de Gaulle in the summers of the 1930"s. Families from Paris love Benodet just as much today.