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Holiday rentals in Brittany

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Dome in Sapois
Unusual night in a dome next to the Alpagas B&B.
Who has never dreamed of sleeping with their heads in the stars ? The dome is ideally located at an altitude of 840 meters in the heart of the Vosges forest, isolated from any neighbor, for optimal calm. Sitting on a wooden terrace, against the bottom of our farm and in the heart of the alpaca park, come and relax in a place as harmonious as it is aesthetic. At nightfall, comfortably seated in your bed, admire the fascinating spectacle of the glittering stars, and vibrate to the sounds of nature.
26 Jan – 2 Feb, Individual Host
£129 per night
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Loft in Belfort, France
Suit’s Charmes Loft Spa Sauna King Size
La Suit’s Charmes vous accueille dans une ambiance chaleureuse, Cocooning et apaisante. Rêver, Se reposer, Se regarder, Se sentir, S’enlacer, Se retrouver, Se confiner…S’aimer…Venez profiter de la Suit’s Charmes!! Suite de 75m2 , Face Gare de Belfort Baignoire Balnéothérapie Sauna Lit King Size TV 4K smart Tv, Netflix, TV Orange Wifi Audio multi-room Cheminée Ciel Étoilé Douche XXL multi-jet Tout linge fourni Possibilité option: balançoire érotique/ Champagne/ appareil électroménager party
4–11 Oct, Professional Host
£165 per night
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Chalet in Belfahy, France
Chalet du Fayard, private jacuzzi overlooking the Vosges
In Belfahy, at more than 850m above sea level, at the gates of the Vosges massif and the plateau of 1000 ponds, the " Domaine les Mousses " invites you to discover its authentic chalet completely renovated and equipped, in the heart of an intimate and soothing environment. Whether as a couple, with family or friends, enjoy the peace and quiet of its large terrace with a private jacuzzi with stunning views of the village and valley.
16–23 Dec, Individual Host
£156 per night

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Other great holiday rentals in Brittany

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Flat in Vézelois
Cozy spacious bright studio with terrace area
19–26 Jul, Individual Host
£46 per night
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Chalet in Vescemont
Eco-logis de la Fontaine du Cerf
18–25 Nov, Professional Host
£66 per night
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Flat in Aspach-le-Bas, France
Premium Olympia / Jacuzzi & Private Sauna
15–22 Nov, Individual Host
£160 per night
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Chalet in Boécourt, Switzerland
La Borbiatte, beautiful chalet in the heart of the Jura
27 Jun – 4 Jul, Individual Host
£158 per night
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Place to stay in Saint-Quirin
Z3 - Contemporary lodge in Saint-Quirin
22–29 Sept, Professional Host
£109 per night
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Home in Gudmont-Villiers
Le moulin de MoNa
10–17 Nov, Individual Host
£116 per night
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Flat in Fréland
OZEN 2-4pers with indoor private swimming pool
16–23 Nov, Individual Host
£151 per night
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Townhouse in Couchey, France
Maison Rameau (1850 winemaker's house)
13–20 Mar, Individual Host
£100 per night
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Home in Saint-Julien-lès-Montbéliard, France
Large luxury apartment 3* SPA 4+2 pers
23–30 Jan, Individual Host
£110 per night
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Chalet in Bitschwiller-lès-Thann
Warm chalet in a bucolic place
21–28 Apr, Individual Host
£74 per night
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Dome in Poinson-lès-Fayl, France
Dome "La Vue étoile" with breakfast for 2
8–15 Jul, Individual Host
£116 per night
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Villa in Bellefosse
Mountain Villa with Heated Indoor Pool
8–15 Sept, Professional Host
£659 per night

Your guide to Brittany

All About Brittany

Boasting more than 1,000 kilometres of coastline, Brittany — Bretagne in French — is a peninsular region in northwest France between the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay. Its maritime heritage is reflected in its fishing ports, from Saint-Goustan in the south to Dahouët in the north, and major port cities such as Brest and St Malo. The dramatic beauty of its seascapes is showcased in areas like the Pink Granite Coast close to Lannion, while the rich variety of sumptuous beaches like Dinard, Perros-Guirec, and Quiberon draw visitors to the area throughout the summer.

Armorique Regional Natural Park leads inland from the dramatic shores of western Brittany, with trails through spectacular ranges like the Black Mountains, offering views across the region, into the ancient forest at Huelgoat. Neolithic standing stones around Carnac are reminders of the people who lived in the area thousands of years ago. Brittany is peppered with historic towns and villages to explore, from the regional Breton capital of Rennes, a university city with timber-framed structures and a sumptuous parliament building, to the historic medieval walled city of Vitré with its ruined castle.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Brittany

Between April and October, the seaside resorts along the coast of Brittany attract visitors from around the world, with the busiest times of the year being July and August. These are normally the hottest months in the region, when the days are long. Some of the attractions and facilities in the seaside towns and villages are closed during autumn and winter, and there can be fewer flights into the region from some destinations. Towns and cities are busy throughout the year, especially those with universities and colleges such as Brest and Rennes. There are a variety of events and festivals here all year round, including 10 days in May for the Brittany Festival (Fête de la Bretagne), celebrating Breton culture with more than 300 music, food, and all-ages activities taking place throughout the region.

Top things to do in Brittany


Located on the beautiful Emerald Coast of northern Brittany, Saint-Malo is an enchanting port city with a natural harbour. The Intra-Muros (between the walls) area encompasses the old walled town with an imposing cathedral, a maze of medieval streets, and stories of 19th-century privateers. It also boasts two tiny islands you can walk to at low tide, Grand Bé and Petit Bé.

Île de Bréhat

Take a 10-minute ferry from the Pink Granite Coastline at Pointe de l’Arcouest to the car-free island of Île de Bréhat. At only 3.5 kilometres long, the island is small enough that you can hire a bike to explore the incredible natural scenery, including its red granite cliffs, as well as a 19th-century fort, the Héaux de Bréhat lighthouse, and Guerzido Beach, before heading to the charming tiny village of Le Bourg.


Travel back around 7,000 years to witness the majesty of the standing stones in Carnac, numbering almost 3,000 across an area of more than four kilometres, and one of the most important prehistoric sites in Europe. Discover the various theories about the alignments of these megaliths and head to the Neolithic grave mound, the Tumulus of St. Michel.

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