These exceptional bed-and-breakfast establishments have been selected for their comfort, the quality of their service and their impressive facilities.
In the heart of an exceptional 10-acre parkland, push open the door of the Manoir de Coat Amour, perched on the heights of Morlaix since the 15th century. Rebuilt in the 19th century, it is an example of the typical Saint Malo style with its slate roof flanked by two large chimneys.
Well-situated close to the railway station, the manor’s position is ideal for exploring the area, making the most of the sea, the charm of the Arrée Mountains, and the many other sites and delights nearby. Just a few minutes from the town centre, you are also in easy walking distance of shops, the theatre, and the historic medieval centre of the town.
When you arrive, you’ll be amazed to see the wooded parkland that is hidden from the road by the property’s outer walls.
Four bedrooms in traditional décor, each with its own character, are waiting to welcome you and reveal the history of the property. Learn about some of the famous names that have played their part in the Manoir’s history from Antoine Quintin, Seneschal of Morlaix, to Weygand, who bought the manor on the advice of his friend, Maréchal Foch, and even Charles Joseph Haudenau - ambassador for Louis XV to the Sultan of Morrocco.
To make your stay as comfortable as possible, each room has its own private bathroom. Furthermore, for families, there are two bedrooms with connecting doors and there is also baby equipment available for those that need it.
Jenny and Stafford Taylor, the owners, will be delighted to welcome you and can also offer evening meals (please book in advance).
In Brittany’s heritage heartland, in an area dotted with unusual parish churches, Nathalie and Frédéric Busson welcome you warmly to their Bed and Breakfast rooms, ‘Chambres du Cosquer’.
The three ultra-comfortable bedrooms (awarded a 4-star rating from the French accommodation network Clévacances) are within a detached 18th century stone longère, set apart from the owners’ residence. The unique architecture of this property and its outbuildings allows you to feel perfectly private and offers access to a large, well-tended garden.
From May to October, you can make the most of the outdoor heated pool (8m x 3m), especially as robes and flip-flops are provided for you.
Each bedroom has a king-size bed, a living room with TV and WiFi access, and an individual flavour.
The ‘Chambre du Tisserand’ harks back to a time when the linen trade brought wealth into the region; the flamboyant architecture of the famous parish churches (known as ‘enclos paroissiaux’) is testament to the prosperity of the time.
The ‘Chambre du Capitaine’ transports you to the watery horizons that are in easy reach from here. Despite its wonderfully rural setting, Le Cosquer is still influenced by the nearby tides and you’ll certainly be tempted to head off and discover the coast. This bedroom is ideal for a 4-person family.
The ‘Petite Maison’, on the other hand, is all about cosy nights with its cottage atmosphere; the living area is separated from the bedroom by Japanese screens, and there’s even a small Japanese garden inviting you to relax and unwind.
Nathalie and Frédéric offer continental breakfast, served at individual tables, in a breakfast room separate from their own accommodation.
Right on the borders of Finistère and the Côtes d’Armor: Locquirec peninsula is a dream destination!
Overlooking the stunning Locquirec Bay and the expanse of the Fond de la Baie Beach, Evel er Gêr offers 5 charming guest rooms that are comfortable and beautifully decorated, with views over the sea or the mature gardens.
Wherever you stand in this inviting B&B, there is a breath-taking view of the sea. Evel er Gêr offers a warm welcome, and enhances your visit by offering a well-being space with indoor heated pool, sauna, jacuzzi, massages and a fitness room.
In the evenings, Mr Fleuriot offers an evening meal with an elegant cuisine, and you can watch the sun set over the sea as you dine. He also organises outings should you so wish, to help you make the most of your stay and discover the region.
In an authentic 16th-century Breton manor house M and Mme Tanguy welcome you to Plouenan, perfectly situated between the historic town of Roscoff, the enchanting islands of Morlaix Bay, the family beaches of Carantec and the unparalleled architectural heritage of the famous parish churchyards (’enclos paroissiaux’).
In this delightful setting you’ll find an absolute calm, a countrified decor and a wooded parkland that is bound to help you forget any of the worries of everyday life. A waterfall, streams and a fountain help to turn this garden into a haven for all those who love being outdoors.
Four beautiful bedrooms have been tastefully appointed, two of which have been rated 4 keys by Clévacances, so you can be assured of a thoroughly pleasant stay that is calm and private.
Breakfast centres around home-made dishes and is served in the former carriage room.