Brittany

Holiday Cottages in Brittany

Welcome to our enchanting holiday cottages in Brittany, where the serene beauty of the Breton countryside meets the comfort of modern living. Our two holiday cottages offer the perfect retreat for families, couples, and solo travelers looking to experience the best of Brittany. Each cottage provides a unique charm and a home-away-from-home ambiance, making them ideal for a relaxing and memorable holiday.

Self-Catering Cottage in Brittany

Choosing our self-catering cottage in Brittany means you have the freedom and flexibility to create your own schedule and enjoy your holiday at your own pace. The nearby village of Saint-Cadou offers convenient access to local markets, shops, and restaurants, where you can discover the flavors of Brittany and experience the warm hospitality of its residents.

Our holiday cottages are thoughtfully designed to provide all the comforts of home while maintaining the rustic charm typical of Breton cottages. The spacious living area is perfect for relaxing after a day of exploring, featuring comfortable seating, a wood-burning stove, and a selection of books and games for your entertainment. The fully equipped kitchen allows you to prepare delicious meals with fresh local produce, adding to the authentic Breton experience.

Escape to the tranquility and beauty of our holiday cottage in Brittany. Whether you are looking to relax and unwind or embark on an adventure, our cottage provides the perfect base for your Breton holiday. Contact us today to book your stay and start planning your unforgettable holiday in Brittany.

Local Area

Brittany

The lovely medieval town of Dinan with its quaint cobbled streets and timber-framed houses is under an hour’s drive away. Below the ramparts is the Old Port on the River Rance with its jostling stone houses and gothic bridge. Cycling and boat hire available.

North of Dinan on the Emerald Coast is the walled city of St Malo. Here you will find sandy beaches and safe waters for swimming. Enjoy some shopping, try one of the many open-air restaurants or wander around the yacht marinas. Take a day trip to Jersey or Guernsey or stay in St Malo to take in the colour, vibrancy and atmosphere of this delightful city.

Heading east along the coast is Cancale, famous for its oysters. The oyster beds are visible at low tide and shellfish are sold along the harbourside. The many restaurants have lovely views over the port where you can pass an evening trying the local specialities.

Local Area

Brittany

The lovely medieval town of Dinan with its quaint cobbled streets and timber-framed houses is under an hour’s drive away. Below the ramparts is the Old Port on the River Rance with its jostling stone houses and gothic bridge. Cycling and boat hire available.

North of Dinan on the Emerald Coast is the walled city of St Malo. Here you will find sandy beaches and safe waters for swimming. Enjoy some shopping, try one of the many open-air restaurants or wander around the yacht marinas. Take a day trip to Jersey or Guernsey or stay in St Malo to take in the colour, vibrancy and atmosphere of this delightful city.

Heading east along the coast is Cancale, famous for its oysters. The oyster beds are visible at low tide and shellfish are sold along the harbourside. The many restaurants have lovely views over the port where you can pass an evening trying the local specialities.

Other places to visit

Combourg

Château mirrored in a reed – margined lake and once the childhood home of the writer Châteaubriand. Nearby is the small village of Bazouges la Pérouse that becomes a centre for art and sculpture each summer.

Rennes

The capital of Brittany, an old university town with a lively atmosphere, extensive shopping and an old quarter with excellent restaurants.

Other places to visit

Fougères

The most well preserved Château in Europe, also take a walk through the nearby Forêt de Fougères.

Dol de Bretagne

Imposing cathedral and Mont Dol, an escarpment of rock with commanding views over the Bay of Mont St-Michel.