The Des Lices hotel has two stars and is located in the historical center of the city of Rennes. The hotel has 45 rooms, with clean, modern decor. The rooms are spacious and bright, and many of them have a balcony overlooking the beautiful square outside. There are also two rooms for disabled. Internet access is free for the guests of the hotel. You will be right next to the huge market of Les Halles. It is really nice.
The Hotel Du Tumulus is near the Trinité-sur-Mer door. It's a large house with a great link to the history of Carmac. It has a pool and a large terrace where you can eat in the summer. The restaurant, which overlooks the bay of Quiberon and the islands, tasting dishes exisitos seafood. Its elegant rooms, suites with terraces overlooking the garden, hammam and spa. Brittany Perfect place located between the sea and the countryside.
This is a beautiful place for a family vacation, since it has three inhabitants that delight will delight your children: a very lovable dog, a cat that uses every chance it can get to get into the kitchen, and a goat that mows the lawn! It leaves its trail wherever it goes. Be careful to not step in his tracks! The environment is a joy, set in a forest, with cold temperatures. And it's just a few steps from Dinan, which is a beautiful city. The 5 person room is very large and comfortable for a family with children. The only downfall is the fact that there's no toilet or shower in the room. With a little luck, you can find a musician playing the guitar, piano, or singing in the dining room. I loved it, and so did the kids, who are keen to return.
We stayed at the Dor'Hotel because we had a wedding in Binic, and it was cheap. It doesn't exactly have charm, but the price is right! The rooms are very simple, remember the F1 chain Accor, where space is minimal to build a maximum number of places to stay. As I said before, it doesn't matter if you go to an event like this wedding because you'll sleep well at most a couple of hours and come back out on Sunday just before the closing time of check out. But to spend a week's holiday in Bretagne, it's not recommended. The hotel is run by a couple, we got there at about three in the afternoon. The man was not pleasant, he looked like he just woke up from his nap and wasn't really interested in having customers. Other than that the place is clean, the prices include a breakfast that you can have in a room that also serves as a reception room.
Previously we had been in some camp grounds, either in tents or in bungalows but never in a mobile home as on this occasion. The experience was great but unfortunately during the first two days it was cold for two reasons. The first, and I think the most influential, is that we were the first to use it after being closed since early September and the second reason is that Easter in Britain is not the most propitious time to go. Despite all that, if I had to repeat the trip I would gladly. The campsite located on the banks of the river Ellé has an area of 24 hectares divided in generous plots for mobile homes, caravans and tents. Among the services we had was a supermarket (somewhat expensive), restaurant, bar, outdoor pools with water slides, indoor pool, horseback riding, tennis, canoe and of course organized children's activities.
Situated in the center of Auray, near the port of San Goustan between Vannes and Lorient, this charming hotel-restaurant was completely refurbished in the year 2008. The 18 rooms combine both comfort and refinement, and they are equipped with duvets, bath or shower, toilets, flat screen TV with Free view and internet access. Every morning they serve a continental breakfast or a gourmet breakfast buffet which is served in a warm and relaxing room, but you can also can enjoy it in your room and enjoy the "room service". It is also an great place from which to explore all the islands of the Gulf of Morbihan, the beaches of Carnac, Quiberon Bay, and for golf enthusiasts, there are two golf courses with 18 holes nearby (a 5 minute drive away) and three in 30 minutes. The Celtic hotel also consists of the "Celtic Green" restaurant salad and bar: a nice place for an appetizer, a salad, a meal or just a refreshing drink on the terrace!
We tried to book a duplex family room with ocean views, but it was unavailable when we arrive...very frustrating as we made the booking and found ourselves in a room we didn't want and couldn't change. Many thanks to the Tourist Office of Cancale, which did their best to help us find a solution to the problem.
The hotel is located in the center of the old walled port city of Saint-Malo, located about 800 meters from the beach. It has just nine rooms, and it is a true boutique hotel is equipped with satellite television, direct dial telephones, hair dryers, and complimentary wireless Internet access.
The Du Louvre Hotel is in the best place - De Saint Malo, surrounded by the city walls. The resort features modern accommodations that are known for their functionality, among which are TV, heating, air conditioning and bathrooms with everything you need to enjoy your stay.
The Beaufort Hotel in Saint-Malo, Brittany, France, is suitable for family groups with children of all ages as the hotel provides cots and extra beds. It has free wi-fi throughout and free public parking. It's also ideal for those who have pets as they are accepted by the hotel and stay free.
The Hotel Kyriad Saint-Malo Dinard is located in La Richardais, near the sea and close to both Dinard and Saint Malo. Internet access, a restaurant, bar and reception terraza. 24 hours reception, family rooms, a strong safe, Fax and photocopier. All rooms are furnished and feature modern amenities. 2 star.
This traditional house dating back to 1930 is located in a small quiet street in Saint-Guénolé. It is a fishing village, fishing port and the fifth sardine port in France. La Maison des Rochers is located 80 m from the GR 34 (an important coastal path) and Saint-Guénolé Rocks, offering a panoramic view of the Bay of Audierne. Penmarc'h, in the heart of Bigouden country at the tip of Finisterre West, and is ideally located to explore all that Cornwall has to offer. All the food on our menus is made with fresh produce. For local fruits and vegetables, we choose products from organic farms. For exotic products (coffee or rice, for example), we choose fair trade.
It is the first time that I disagreed with the reviews or comments of a hotel, this time in BOOKING. Catherine showed her displeasure with an email, but I will try to review my views objectively . First of all to say that this woman is the soul of the placeand as I could see, the only person in charge of the house, only her two large dogs serve as guards and company (it seemed to me). Your kindness and dedication is the first thing I should mention, in the morning you made me a couple of pancakes, jams and bread, all organic, and strove to provide customer support, hence my regret for your anger . On their website we appreciated the house and rooms, our choice was not available because a couple stayed an extra night and we moved the next day without problems. The photos give an improved image of what the site actually was, the fabrics are different now, flowery and less nice, the stairs to the rooms were narrow, the location on the outskirts of town, next to a Renault dealer (essential to take a car to go to the older part, since the walk is considerable), and two dogs were with me as I took breakfast, not pleasant to me, and I'm not accustomed to it. Anyway, the rest is in your favour, the bathrooms were new, garden parking, breakfast and comfortable bed, apart from the above. I'm sorry Catherine.
Down the Quiberon peninsula right on its tip, we found this resort which is prized for its good climate and the variety of services it offers tourists. There are two good activities to do here, one is touring the Cotê Sauvage, a short stretch of virgin coastline located below the town's port, the other is to get a boat to take you to some of the beautiful islands that populate the Gulf of Morbihan and La Trinité-sur-Mer.
The Arradon municipal camping village is the cheapest in the village, because it's owned by city council. It could not be better located: just 10 minutes walk from the town center where there's a bakery, and a small store-supermarket, and 10 minutes from the shore of the Gulf of Morbihan. It is in a quiet area and it seems ideal to rest in a calm, relaxed and friendly environment. No noise at night - so do not come looking for the typical private campsites parties with costumes, music, and other animations. A simple place, with basic equipment (including, parking for "camping-cars" which you can clean the bathroom. For those who like cheap and practical travel, It's ideal!
In a small isolated village in Le Tronchet, at a short walk from Saint-Malo, this amazing hotel is an area which is dedicated to golf, and nature. The Hotel Golf et Country Club of Saint-Malo, is located in an old priory that was an agricultural farm before. It definitely lives up to its name with its 30 rooms, its golf course with 18 holes and its two conference and seminar rooms. The hotel is located outside the town of Tronchet, within walking distance from the City of the Corsairs. Not only is it a golfing environment, but it is also an exceptional site due to the Mirloup pond, which is a water nature reserve. The kitchen is run by a veteran star chef, and the site is ideal for golfers and sports in general, whether you are a couple, family or friends.
The resort Le Domaine de Cicé-Blossac is a nice place to relax away from the noise and surround yourself with nature. Tucked between chestnut and oak, we discovered. An ideal environment for enjoying a round of golf. The thousands of lakes dotting the river Vilaine green fields around. The grandeur of the landscape made us feel tiny ... We found this oasis of peace just about 12 kilometers from Rennes. It was as if we changed continent, yet we were in Brittany. Domaine de Cicé-Blossac is camouflaged in nature. It wants us to know it's there. Suspended by pillars on the water, this hotel welcomed us ... Respectful of its surroundings, this resort put us in direct contact with a calm nature. Decorated in neutral colors, this resort facilities invite us to complete rest. The simplicity and subtlety of this place is good for the spirit. The grass seems to go on forever and is lost in the horizon with the golf course. The spa, with superb lake views, offers every possible activity to give an ethereal experience: multisensory bath, relaxation area with terrace, fitness room and massage, tea shops ... Refined cuisine, chic and contemporary, in the restaurant Le Cicé. While enjoying this sweet and salty moment, think of your next visit. Because Brittany. has this peculiarity: thousands of landscapes in a single region.
Sustenance at the La Grée des Landes is a blast! Very few know about this fantastic relaxation and wellbeing center which is located in a protected environment just steps from the beautiful village of La Gacilly. Like the famous brand of cosmetics, eco-spa hotel Yves Rocher is inspired by nature. From the floor to the ceiling, all materials used are 100% natural and eco-responsible: green roofs, solar panels, wood everywhere in the interior decoration, bio beds, natural paints mineral tones ... The 29 rooms are located on the same floor and have a private terrace with a relaxing view over the valley of Aff. It offers comfort and high-end services in harmony with nature. It is a true wellness retreat where you can enjoy the fireplace in the piano bar and the pool with the great view. Surrender to the expert hands and beneficial effects of plants at the spa "végétale l'heure" ("plant time"). At the restaurant "Les Jardins Sauvages" you can try the dinners using local and organic produce from the chef Gilles Le Gallès, awarded a Michelin star. Do not waste time and discover this magnificent place where you will be able to relax in these luxurious surrounding and feel totally recovered from daily life thanks to the ambience it has.