Ty Mad, Douarnenez
The characterful Ty Mad resort, whose title means “good dwelling”, is ready in a stately manor home with 15 ethereal bedrooms. Impartial decor makes the a lot of the pure stone partitions, picket roof beams and double-aspect home windows, and prime ground rooms look over the ocean. There’s a small indoor pool, hammam and sauna, and on sunny days breakfast may be taken within the courtyard backyard. The seaside city of Douarnenez provides coastal walks, engaging outlets and bakeries promoting the butter-laden kouign-amann pastry, which was invented right here. • Doubles from €92 room-only, hoteltymad.com
Mon Escale en Morbihan, Nr Vannes

The welcome doesn’t get hotter than that of Regis and Catherine, whose B&B has three en suite rooms with vibrant, fashionable decor. A connoisseur breakfast awaits every morning, with selfmade galettes and eggs laid by their very own chickens, together with native apple juice and jams. The home is near the village of Crac’h and it makes an awesome base for island-hopping within the Gulf of Morbihan or exploring the Quiberon peninsula. The hosts are a fount of information about the place to seek out hidden stone circles and different native points of interest. • Double rooms from €75-€95 B&B, monescaleenmorbihan.fr
Chez Janie, Roscoff

The enchanting city of Roscoff is greatest recognized for its historical past of onion sellers, and Chez Janie, on the harbourside, was as soon as the watering gap the place “Onion Johnnies” knocked again their final cider earlier than crossing the Channel to promote their produce. Now a nice three-star resort, its 15 rooms are small however mild and ethereal, with a seaside vibe and Breton sayings stencilled on the partitions. The bar remains to be top-of-the-line on the town and the restaurant serves an awesome choice of seafood; sit on the terrace and watch the fishing boats come into the harbour. • Doubles from €66 room-only, chezjanie.fr
Bot-Conan Lodge, Beg-Meil, south of Quimper

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Tucked behind two white sandy coves on Brittany’s south coast, this glamping web site has 21 bell and safari lodge tents embellished with classic materials, and one cabin in a distant headland east of Bénodet. Sleep peacefully on futon beds within the tents and get up for a morning paddle on the seaside earlier than consuming breakfast on the deck. Close by are extra implausible seashores, together with the heavenly Plage du Cap Coz. • Bell tent for as much as 4 from £69 an evening; a safari tent for 5 from £124 an evening; cabin for as much as 4 from £163 an evening, canopyandstars.co.uk
Resort de la Mer, Brignogan-Plages

For a seaside vacation, you may’t get a lot nearer than on the Resort de la Mer. Set proper on the seaside on the temperate north-west coast of Finistère, the eco-friendly resort celebrates all issues marine. Its 18 fashionable rooms get pleasure from sea views (some with balconies) and are embellished in mild impartial and maritime tones with sea-themed murals. The shoreline right here has an enormous number of seaweeds, and the resort provides workshops and foraging coastal walks to gather them and perceive methods to prepare dinner and use them. Many are used within the restaurant and in spa therapies. • Doubles from €90 room-only, hoteldelamer.bzh
Resort Manoir de Rigourdaine, Close to Dinan

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Medieval Dinan is certainly one of Brittany’s most engaging cities, thanks partly to its place on the Rance estuary. Shut by, the Resort Manoir de Rigourdaine is excessive on a hill overlooking the river. Its buildings are set round a former farmhouse and its central courtyard, with 19 bedrooms within the annexes. Lots of the rooms supply a mezzanine stage with additional beds, so it’s superb for households. Pleasant proprietor Patrick Van Valenberg is joyful to suggest days out and native eating places. • Doubles from from €97 room-only, sawdays.co.uk
Hostellerie de la Pointe Saint-Mathieu, Finistère

Set on the coast, this pleasant resort appears out in direction of a ruined abbey and the Pointe Saint-Mathieu lighthouse, which guides ships previous the treacherous rocks on this stretch of Finistère. The resort has a yachty vibe, with its decor themed round crusing. There’s a bar and full of life bistro, well-liked with locals, and a small indoor pool and spa. The coastal highway attracts touring cyclists, and it’s base for visiting the close by seashores at Plougonvelin. • Doubles from €95, room-only, pointe-saint-mathieu.com
Resort Saint-Barbe, Le Conquet

Within the far western coastal city of Le Conquet, the Saint-Barbe is a brand new incarnation of a legendary resort, providing unbelievable sea views from a clifftop. Among the 34 rooms even give the sensation of being on a ship, with the waves simply beneath the balcony. The positioning lay deserted from 2006, however the brand new resort – opened in Might this yr – has actually introduced it again to life, with a rooftop bar, restaurant and spa. It’s a few minutes from the harbour, from the place the dinky ferries depart for the islands of Ushant and Molène.• Doubles from €150, room solely, hotelsaintebarbe.com
Résidence Cap Marine, Le Guilvinec

Overlooking the seaside and rockpools on the sting of the sleepy harbour city of Le Guilvinec, these vacation residences comprise a fundamental kitchenette, comfy lounge space and bed room, plus a balcony with implausible views throughout the backyard to the seaside. There’s a heated out of doors swimming pool, a kids’s play nook and, as it’s a part of the Pierre et Vacances group of vacation residences, there are actions comparable to horse driving and watersports on supply. • Seven-night keep from €346 for 2 adults sharing a one-bedroom condo, pierreetvacances.com
Resort Les Charmettes, St Malo

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Set throughout two belle époque villas east of the harbour, this 16-room resort is a trendy however laid-back spot with a terrace restaurant liked by locals who come for the seafood platters served metres from the ocean. The resort’s again gate opens straight onto the promenade (be careful for joggers!), which runs alongside the massive expanse of Plage de la Hoguette, a hive of exercise, together with the curious sight of the longe côte (sea strolling), the place teams of individuals in wetsuits wade by way of the waves for train. Anybody arriving at or leaving Saint Malo by ferry ought to find time for an evening or two right here. • Doubles from €72 B&B, sawdays.co.uk