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Set in Plouarzel, Le Clos Pen Kear features a garden and a terrace. This 3-star bed and breakfast offers a shared kitchen and free WiFi. At the bed and breakfast, every room is equipped with a desk. Rooms come complete with a private bathroom fitted with a shower and free toiletries, while certain rooms at Le Clos Pen Kear also feature a seating area. All rooms will provide guests with a wardrobe and a kettle. A gluten-free breakfast is served daily at the property. The accommodation offers a children's playground. Guests at Le Clos Pen Kear will be able to enjoy activities in and around Plouarzel, like cycling. Brest is 22 km from the bed and breakfast, while Douarnenez is 49 km away. The nearest airport is Brest Bretagne Airport, 27 km from the property.
Pros: Bed very comfy. Shower very good pressure and heat. The location very close to the coast is beautiful.
Cons: I stayed 2 days during which the Internet was broken and could not be repaired. Very unfortunate if you stay in such a remote location and need to plan a trip! The roof in the suite is extremly slanted and the doors not high enough for person of over 1,85. Basic breakfast. I paid 100 € via booking.com but at the room the stated price is only 95€/night
Pros: A great location ( a little away from town) A shared kitchen that can be used , tea making facilities in the room. A short walk to a fantastic beach . Our hosts went out of their way to welcome us.
Pros: Correspondence with establishment was very good regarding special arrangements.
Cons: Not applicable
Pros: Very friendly people, fantastic location, very nice and clean room, very good and tipycal products at breakfast. We suggest this B&B to everyone. Arrigo & Rosa
Pros: Quite a spacious apartment but sloping ceilings a little low. Sebastian was very accommodating and helpful, went to a lot of trouble to look after us. We never met his wife. A kitchen available if you wanted to cook.
Cons: The stairs and floors needed a good clean, very dusty. We were on bikes and nearest restaurant 5km away. We were not able to make use of the kitchen as all supermarkets that we came across were closed on Sunday so we could not buy provisions. My husband kept banging his head on the low beams. In hindsight, a ground floor room would have been better. Breakfast was average, nothing wrong with it but we have had some stunning breakfasts of late which have spoiled us. By comparison the price for this room is high at €110.
Chambre d'Hôtes Suite parentale is located in Plourin. This bed and breakfast provides a garden, a terrace as well as free WiFi. This bed and breakfast with garden views features 1 bathroom with a bath, shower and a hairdryer. A flat-screen TV is featured. Brest is 24 km from the bed and breakfast, while Le Conquet is 28 km away. The nearest airport is Brest Bretagne Airport, 32 km from Chambre d'Hôtes Suite parentale.
Located in Porspoder, Logis d'exception Le Château de Sable is by the sea, within a 5-minute drive of Porspoder Beach and Melon Beach. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: Not enough employees at breakfast time ....
Pros: A fine location. The dunes and dramatic shore. The food. The helpful staff. It's a very good hotel in a small town. We would be happy to return. The only caution would be to try to reserve a room on the dunes (sea) side, not on the front entrance (main street) side.
Cons: A safe in the room.
Pros: Location of the hotel is awesome!
Cons: The location of the hotel is awesome, but this was unfortunately the only thing we found worthwhile to highlight during our stay of four days. We have been asked at check-in to book a table at the restaurant and we made a reservation for dinner on our last day after requesting and getting a confirmation upfront that a vegetarian meal is possible for my partner, but more to come later. We had after first night a water damage in the bathroom of our room at around 6:30 am, water (about 2 liters per minute) ran out of the heater and it took the staff more than an hour to stop it. While waiting, we helped the staff with towels to prevent water flowing into the bedroom and we received for that a free breakfast with eggs and croissants already running out at 9 am. We have been asked every day if we want to book a table at the restaurant and dinner on our last day was also unforgetable. We were seated at 8 pm, the order was taken at 8:30 pm, only a 3 courses menu was available, I reminded the waitress about my partner being a vegetarian and ordered in addition to the meals, a 1l bottle of sparkling water (for 10€) and a glass of red wine (for 12€). Sparkling water came at 9 pm, starters came at 9:30 pm and there was ham in the soup for my partner. The food though was excellent, but when the main course came, I had to remind the waitress that I also ordered a glass of red wine. At checkout, we found a breakfast on the invoice which we didn't have, but it was immediately corrected. I think the person at the frontdesk wanted to apologize for all the inconveniences caused, but he said that in French knowing that we don't speak and understand French.
Pros: If the vision of nowaday luxury is purity, charm and simplicity of quality natural materials in combination with perfect services and no touch of snobism (our is). And everything is crowded by fantastic and "magnifique" simply menu dinner prepared by famous French chef from the best quality ingredients from known sources. And as a very valuable and important bonus is that hotel is market as eco and sustainable and prices are very friendly. Big Yes to this hotel network. :) We loved our stay there a lot. They have the most comfortable beds ever.
Pros: Our friends recommended this hotel to us thus our expectations were set quite high before we came. We spent only one night of our holidays in this hotel but in most ways it fulfilled all of our expectations. The location, views and size, style and comfort of the room are all very fine and created really relaxing atmosphere. The dinner in the hotel restaurant was very good. Morning walk through dunes was great!
Pros: Location. Helpful friendly staff. Great restaurant. Modern clean and well appointed. Perfect if you are cycling the V5 Littoral around the Brittany coast.
Cons: Wine expensive particularly in comparison to the good value excellent food.
Pros: Service was polished and professional. The design of the hotel takes advantage of its interesting location.
Pros: All in all the hotel was lovely and the location beautiful. I particularly liked the homely feeling of the bar area and the staff made us feel very welcome. The food in the restaurant was outstanding.
Cons: Damaged carpet in the hallway brought the rating down from perfect 5 stars and the hotel was advertised with spa facilities which were unavailable to us on the night we stayed.
Located in Plouarzel, Domaine de Kerzuat - Gite is within a 15-minute drive of Golf de Brest Les Abers and Plage de Corsen. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very friendly welcome to a great holiday property. The rooms were comfortable and had a great view from the balcony. There is a communal seating area and kitchen with fridges and ice which suited us very well as we had brought food on our bikes. There is also a lovely sheltered garden which would have been lovely to sit in if the weather had been better! Breakfast was delicious and plentiful.
Located in Breles, Auberge de bel air is by the sea, a 5-minute drive from Melon Beach and 7 minutes from Golf de Brest Les Abers. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: I can imagine it would be a pretty location in good weather.
Cons: The main reason we booked was because there was a restaurant which had good reviews. However, it was closed on the Monday when we stayed. The owners weren't friendly. One of them did not even acknowledge us. The breakfast was quite poor. Croissants not fresh and over-ripe bananas in the fruit bowl which I would not serve to anyone. The room was cold and there was no bar. Sadly an all-round disappointment.
Pros: Beautiful garden right next to the water. The food was excellent.
Cons: A bit isolated
Pros: Beautiful garden in ideal location. Friendly hostess. Delicious meals.
Cons: The outdoor facilities were untidy and made more unsatisfactory by the shrieking of the peacocks as well as their droppings. The hosts were offhand and the venue did not live up to the photographs displayed. Poor value for money
Pros: Every thing about this property was nice a real gem .the river view from bedroom was attractive as was the garden with goat -peacock-geese -chickens -on site good walking area . Great location.
Cons: Evening meal was expensive -to many extras to pay for.
Pros: Lovely location the property runs down to the river with a very restful ambience. Fantastic food - one of the best menus we’ve ever had. Rooms simple and traditional French but comfortable. We cycled here and the Auberge is perfectly situated on the cycle route V5 Littoral
Cons: The owner, (who is also the fantastic chef), and his wife do not easily relate to their guests, and can appear cool and un-welcoming.
Pros: Beautiful room, common spaces and grounds. Run by a true gourmet chef and his family. The dinner was superb with an amazing wine list all at more than fair prices.
Pros: The property is located on a tidal inlet and the coastal walk trail, in a 150+/- years old former mill. The area is fairly rural and very peaceful. Numerous paleolithic sites are in the area, too. The owners prepare excellent dinners with reservations the day before.
Cons: Only criticism is that the queen-size bed in our room is very soft and the mattress may be due for replacement soon.
Pros: A charming place, with character. We spent lovely two night in the Auberge and enjoyed both the quality of the accomodation and the wonderful food.
Pros: Situation was delightful on the edge of a tidal cove able to watch fish popping out of the water 200m away and egrets and white herons fishing. Extremely quiet and peaceful. Route cotier passes by the boundary. Hotel grounds very interesting.
Set in an 18th-century house with granite stone walls, this B&B is located in Brittany, just 3 km from the beaches. Guests can relax in the sauna, enjoy the hot tub and admire the landscaped, exotic garden surrounding the guest house. Le Nid d'Iroise has lodges and guest rooms. All the accommodations are eco-friendly and feature free Wi-Fi. A continental breakfast is served every morning in the communal lounge. The area offers many activities, such as horse riding, hiking and cycling. With free private parking, the property is 1 km away from Lanildut Harbour, which gives direct transfer to Ouessant Island. Brest is 20 km away.
Pros: The breakfast is typical french and is good. The room Algues has a view on the sea and in the fantastic garden. It's a big room and has the best bed I ever encountered during a trip. The place to be for a relaxing stay. Almost forgot: The owner makes everyday a cake, biscuit, ... to taste during the breakfast. Txs for that.
Cons: Can't imagine.
Pros: We absolutely love Le Nid d’Iroise! Dominique is a fabulous host, always there when needed but very discreet at the same time. Breakfast was great, bed comfy, location amazing! We wanted to stay forever! It’s a little paradise, perfect for relaxing and recharging your batteries!
Cons: Nothing, all was great!
Pros: Very good rural location close to beautiful stretches of coast. Being set in lovely gardens it was very relaxing. The host was very charming and had plenty of useful suggestions on places to go - very good breakfast.
Pros: Property was lovely. Breakfast had a nice variety, and the coffee was very good. Staying in a cabin was interesting.
Cons: Downside of cabin is the plumbing is located in the main building.
Providing free WiFi, Gîte Les Pingouins de l'Aber is located in Brélès. The accommodation provides a shared kitchen and a shared lounge for guests. Guest rooms will provide guests with a wardrobe and a kettle. Brest is 23 km from the hostel, while Le Conquet is 18 km away. The nearest airport is Brest Bretagne Airport, 30 km from Gîte Les Pingouins de l'Aber.
Pros: Surprised that no hostel staff were present. It was very clean, rather sterile. No comfy chairs. For one person it was good value; wouldn’t return with family. Kitchen facilities very good.
Cons: Could have done with another blanket on my bed. Not v cosy.
Pros: The check-in and check-out are possible without any in-person communication. This is super convenient.
Cons: The shower didn't have a flexible hose. Maybe it's just a minor thing, but it was a real discomfort. Moreover, it feels like you use larger amount of water when you cannot direct the water stream. For some reason, it was chilly in my room. Maybe even colder than outside. Two thin fleece blankets were not enough.