Featured hotels in Brittany

  • £64

    Average price per night

    Hôtel Anne De Bretagne, Rennes

    Hôtel Anne De Bretagne

    Rennes City Centre, Rennes

    9.1 Superb 1,163 reviews
    Description Situated in Rennes City Centre, Hôtel Anne De Bretagne offers air-conditioned accommodation near the old city and its cafés and restaurants. It offers free WiFi in the entire hotel.
    Review

    "Wonderfully clean and comfortable room- bed fantastic, shower superb and a very quiet location . Very friendly staff and great location"

    Harvey. Jersey
  • £47

    Average price per night

    Hôtel Kyriad Rennes, Rennes

    Hôtel Kyriad Rennes

    Rennes Train Station, Rennes

    9.1 Superb 1,800 reviews
    Description The Hôtel Kyriad Rennes is situated in central Rennes, opposite the SNCF train station. Serviced by a lift, it offers air-conditioned and soundproofed rooms with free Wi-Fi internet access.
    Review

    "Fabulous hotel, staff were lovely and very welcoming. Lots of delicious options for breakfast. Very central to everything. Across the road from train metro station."

    Mags Kenny. Ireland
  • £69

    Average price per night

    Best Western Plus Le Roof Vannes Bord de Mer, Vannes
    9.0 Superb 1,101 reviews
    Description Hotel Best Western Plus Le Roof with sea views is situated on the shore of Conleau Beach and the Gulf of Morbihan. It has well-established gardens, beach access, 2 restaurants and a bar.
    Review

    "Food in the restaurant was delicious head waiter even deboned the sole 3rd time we have stayed at Le Roof on our way back up through France . Bonus is the large sea water swimming pool a 5 minute walk..."

    Christine. United Kingdom
  • £53

    Average price per night

    La Petite Sirène, Quiberon
    9.0 Superb 1,201 reviews
    Description La Petite Sirene overlooks the sea and Belle Ile and offers rooms, studios and apartments with sea or garden views. It also offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking.
    Review

    "Hotel directly at the sea side 2 minutes by foot from the long sandy beach of Quiberon. Quiet location since there is very little traffic during the night. You can sleep with open window. Friendly and efficient staff. Modern good-size rooms with sea view and balcony. Modern bath room. Very good WiFi. Excellent breakfast. Adjacent bar with a terrace from where you can watch the sunset. They offer a large variety of wines and small local cold plates (sausages, ham, cheese, fish) for a very reasonable price. The absolute hit is however that they also serve you a sea food platter (plateau de fruits de mer) for dinner which you order in the morning according to your likings in the fish store in the harbour (and pay there). The Poissonnerie will deliver the selected products to the bar. Inquire at the reception about this service!"

    Manfred. Austria
  • £99

    Average price per night

    Oceania Saint Malo, Saint Malo

    Oceania Saint Malo

    Sillon, Saint Malo

    9.0 Superb 1,102 reviews
    Description The Oceania Saint Malo hotel faces the sea and is located on Chaussée du Sillon, opposite Sillon Beach and 450 metres from Saint-Malo Marina.
    Review

    "Everything. Bed was huge and very comfortable. Bathroom gorgeous. Love glass walls. Staff so friendly & kind. Great location."

    Judy Johnston. New Zealand
  • £101

    Average price per night

    Hotel du port, Locquirec

    Hotel du port

    Locquirec

    9.1 Superb 129 reviews
    Description Hotel du port is situated in Locquirec, 21 km from Perros-Guirec and 25 km from Roscoff. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar and the hotel's terrace. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV.
    Review

    "Room had fabulous view. The breakfast had assortment of fresh baguette and pastries all freshly baked and still warm! Best apple juice I have tasted!"

    Carolyn. United Kingdom
  • £62

    Average price per night

    Lann Roz, Carnac

    Lann Roz

    Carnac

    9.4 Superb 352 reviews
    Description Lann Roz offers pet-friendly accommodation in Carnac. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV.
    Review

    "Everything and they are dog friendly"

    Bele Zemlin. Spain
  • £98

    Average price per night

    Golden Tulip Saint Malo– Le Grand Bé, Saint Malo
    9.3 Superb 557 reviews
    Description Located in the walled city of Saint Malo, a 5-minute walk from Saint-Malo Harbour, Golden Tulip Saint Malo offers free WiFi and a restaurant. Guests can enjoy free access to a fitness centre.
    Review

    "First time we had stayed there and we loved it, friendly staff, great location and they have parking outside too. Will definitely be back."

    Jason. Guernsey
  • £80

    Average price per night

    Novotel Saint Brieuc Centre Gare, Saint-Brieuc
    9.2 Superb 687 reviews
    Description Novotel Saint Brieuc Centre Gare offers a bar, a restaurant and an indoor swimming pool, as well as a fitness centre.
    Review

    "Great stay! Perfect. Brand new hotel, excellent swimming pool, great value for money, nice restaurant on the place, welcoming staff. Would stay again."

    Monika Sulekova. Slovakia
  • £49

    Average price per night

    Hôtel Gwenva, Lanester
    9.0 Superb 346 reviews
    Description Featuring a terrace and set in Lanester, 400 metres from Parc des Expositions Lorient, Hôtel Gwenva features free WiFi access and free private parking. A flat-screen TV is featured.
    Review

    "This hotel is worth every penny. Confortable bed, good coffee, excellent breakfast and the staff: out of the ordinary."

    Donald. Canada

Brittany highlights

Saint-Malo’s Tides
Spring and autumn bring strong tides - watch the powerful waves come in, and discover what lies beneath as they retreat.
The Saint-Malo Ramparts
Walk through the historic centre of Saint-Malo and admire its famous ramparts and walkways, which were constructed from 1144.
Cruise through the Gulf of Morbihan’s islands
Discover this beautiful bay's 40 islands from an organised cruise or a rented boat.
Brocéliande Forest
Tread carefully through this mystic forest that legend claims is Merlin's resting place.
Cancale’s Oysters
Here the oyster is a local way of life. Sample an array of the ocean's offerings with a crisp glass of white wine.
Fougères Castle
Historical shows are held for visitors, revealing the secrets and 13 towers of this fortified medieval castle.
The historic centre of Rennes
Rennes’ architecture will walk you through history with its grand townhouses, half-timbered houses and the Breton Parliament.
The Crozon Peninsula
For some of the most spectacular views in the Finistère, head to the rugged Crozon Peninsula by ferry or bike.
Pointe de la Torche and its surfers
The strong tidal currents discourage swimmers here, replacing them with sun-kissed surfers catching the long ocean waves.
Belle-Île-en-Mer
With the usual mix of wild coast, craggy cliffs and sheltered beaches, Belle-Île is Brittany's largest island, fantastic for walking and cycling.

Like Travelling Back in Time

France’s most westerly region, Brittany boasts beautiful beaches, lush countryside and laidback towns with medieval castles and half-timbered buildings. The capital Rennes has the most oddly-angled of the latter alongside grand public buildings.

To the north, fishing village Cancale is famous for oysters, and the walled port town of St Malo has ferries to England, while Ireland is served by charming Roscoff. Between them lie many of Booking.com’s Brittany hotels by the beach, and the beautiful, pink granite cliffs near Perros-Guirec.

Inland, Morlaix’s cobbled streets and wood-clad houses are spectacularly dominated by a 19th-century viaduct. Dinan Castle overlooks the riverside town below, as does the incredible medieval castle in Fougères.

Facing the Crozon peninsular are Douarnenez with its pretty port, and the university town of Brest whose history is inextricably linked to the sea. Quimper to the south-west has a beautiful old town, and its river joins the sea at exclusive Benodet, home to one of southern Brittany’s sandy beaches. More are near Lorient, while Quiberon beach, on a rugged peninsular, is popular with locals.

Nearby Carnac has some of the prehistoric megaliths for which Brittany is known, while picturesque Auray is on a bend in a river opening into the Gulf of Morbihan whose undulating coastline continues to the colourful, walled city of Vannes.