This landmark hotel—frequented by artists and writers such as Picasso and Breton native Max Jacob in the 1920s—has been completely refitted with cool, light, modern furnishings that blend perfectly with its cove and beach setting. Guest rooms are not large, but 11 of them have great sea views. A garden now adorns the property, and a separate house has been outfitted with a kitchen for larger groups and longer stays. Vincent Jugeau's menu, served in the glass-enclosed
restaurant, focuses on fresh organic produce sourced from neighboring farms and fishing boats.
May 9, 2004
a wonderful little French hotel..lovely little rooms over a beautiful view of the baie de douarnenez..good food...pretty garden where you can eat, or have your coffee after a meal..just a nice little French hotel in one of France's loveliest areas, Brittany...