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Selection of the month : Côtes d'Armor
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Samedi Midi (bed and breakfast guidebooks), has selected for you 19 bed and breakfasts in Côtes d'Armor and near Côtes d'Armor. Discover these different areas by staying in a bed and breakfast, using the addresses of charming places to stay in Côtes d'Armor chosen by Samedi Midi. Guests’ comments will allow you to decide which address suits you best. And share your opinion too ! Book directly and easily with owners of guest houses in Côtes d'Armor. Enjoy a night in a home from home and the warm welcome of our owners. Tradition has its place in B&B : discover local french products during your table d’hote guest meal. Book online or by phone your bed and breakfast in Côtes d'Armor with Samedi Midi now !
Towns and villages in the Côtes d'Armor : A - B - C - D - E - G - H - I - K - L - M - N - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - Y
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Visit Saint-Brieuc, Dinan and Guingamp during your holiday in the Côtes d'Armor. Here the granite lighthouses and beacons the length of the vast coast alternate with small coves with limpid water and wide, sandy beaches. Heaven for fishermen, bathers and ramblers alike! Visit Dinan with its wooden houses, Lannion with its tall Brélévenez church or Lamballe, famous for its craft shops. Sample the delicious seafood such as the Saint-Brieuc Bay scallops or the Paimpol oysters. Relax in your Bed and Breakfast in the Côtes d'Armor and enjoy the peace and quiet of this area combined with the healthy sea air!
Most of our Bed and Breakfast addresses are approved by the four official networks (Gîtes de France, Fleurs de Soleil, Clévacances, Accueil Paysan) or by the Tourist Board.
Find a leisure activity, tourist attraction, gastronomic speciality or traditional craft in Côtes d'Armor
Buckwheat pancakes or galettes, blackwheat pancakes, breton pancakes, krampouezh, savoury pancakes… the owner welcoming you to your bed and breakfast holiday may call it by any number of names, but the taste will still be the same.
Cider liqueur, eau de vie or lambig, aged for more than a year in the cellars of bed and breakfast in Brittany, is distilled from the must of cider apples to produce a typically breton aperitif : pommeau.
In Brittany, the fields of wild asparagus and artichokes which grow beyond the wooden fences of breton guest houses, go hand in hand with fields of wind turbines, a playground for the strong breton winds.