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  • Saint-Brieuc
  • 04/02/202305/02/2023
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

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Book a weekend or weekday stay in Saint-Brieuc

Feel like a change of scenery? Why not book a weekend in Brittany? The magnificent, wild landscapes of the Baie de Saint-Brieuc are the perfect place to let go and recharge. Located in the Côtes-d'Armor prefecture, the city has a rich heritage including spectacular megalithic sites. Don’t hesitate, book your lodging in Saint-Brieuc today!

Where to stay in Saint-Brieuc

Choose the best affordable hotel in Saint-Brieuc

A warm welcome and a comfortable stay for a low price? It’s possible with B&B HOTELS! Our perfectly-located B&B Hotel Saint-Brieuc welcomes you in an area very close to the can’t-miss sites. Lovers of long walks in nature (and food lovers) will appreciate the delicious all-you-can-eat sweet-and-savoury breakfast buffet. Don’t delay, book a room in our hotel in Saint-Brieuc today.

Enjoy a stay on the Pink Granite Coast.

Saint-Brieuc was named for the Breton monk who founded the city in 580. Brieuc, one of Brittany’s seven founding saints, chose to take up residence along the Gouët with his community. The city was built around the cathedral in the 13th century.

A walk along the Baie de Saint-Brieuc

Bathed in the waters of the Channel, the region is home to magnificent landscapes. The valleys of Gouédic and Gouët are the perfect places for romantic walks or walks with your family, as are the Valley of Douvenant or the garden and rose garden of Ty Coat.

Must-see sites to visit during your stay in Saint-Brieuc include the Tour de Cesson, which overlooks the Gouët estuary, the railway viaduct, the Cathédrale Saint-Etienne, the Notre-Dame fountain (15th century) and many more. And you mustn’t forget the spectacular megaliths (3000 B.C.)

In January, you can enjoy a week of Italian cinema. From February to November, you can attend the affordable concerts of Prit’s Unique. In March and April, make way for the Festival ZTZ, an event dedicated to urban culture. In March and April, the city also hosts the Concours National des Bagadou. In April, African rhythms fill the city during the Festival Complet’Mandingue. Another highlight is the Festival La Fête à Léon (June), a major event dedicated to street performances.