Built in the late 19th century for a prominent ship owner, this picturesque stone house by Paimpol's main quay overlooks the sailboat-stocked marina, and most of the 17 rooms have water views. If you're lucky enough to nab No. 6, breakfast can be enjoyed on your own flower-bedecked balcony; if you prefer to catch some moonbeams, the Capitaine room offers a glass ceiling and splendid views from the bed. Although this family-run hotel focuses mostly on comfort and coziness rather than luxury, accommodations are attractively decorated with traditional Breton touches, including classic armoires. The L'Islandais restaurant-crêperie, in an old cod fisherman's house, offers traditional Breton fare, including a bargain set menu.