The charm of a little corsair town. The power of the Channel. The authenticity of Brittany. Olivier Vidie is looking forward to welcoming you.
“I like to make people want to feel happy here”.
With its typical Breton shape and style, The Originals City, Hotel Armen Le Triton, Roscoff is hard to miss. All the more so given that this lovely 3-star Roscoff hotel is also surrounded by beautiful tree-filled grounds. “Our hotel offers guests peace and quiet only 300 m away from Roscoff town centre,” says Olivier. The Roscoff ferry terminal is also nearby, which is perfect for guests travelling to England and Ireland. Those who prefer to stay a while in Roscoff in one of the hotel’s 42 rooms will love the beach, only 150 m away. Whilst practical for some, and comfortably convenient for others, the hotel offers a warm welcome to all. “Our guests can be sure of a friendly welcome,” says Olivier. For here, a stone’s throw from the ocean, the hospitality is refreshingly sincere.
Warm and welcoming, the 42 ultra-comfortable rooms here can each accommodate between 1 and 4 people. Their style is contemporary, occasionally classic but always sophisticated, and above all calming. Perfect for couples, friends, families and colleagues looking for both long and short stays, some rooms of our Roscoff accommodation also have a balcony. Most look out over the hotel’s grounds, and all offer guests a pleasant, peaceful space: perfect for a spot of relaxation.
- Non smoking room
Between the marina and the beach, The Originals City, Hotel Armen Le Triton, Roscoff offers guests a taste of sweet Breton life, not to mention all the best bits of Brittany itself.
WANDERS THROUGH ROSCOFFRoscoff is a charming little Breton port. The town is home to beautiful granite-faced shipowner homes. It is known for the algae-based thalassotherapy on offer here. It is also a port offering passage to Plymouth, Cork and the Île de Batz. Between leisurely sunbathing sessions on the beach, why not take a stroll to the exotic gardens around the Roch-Hievec rock, which is home to three thousand different species of subtropical plants. From the top of the rock, there are also spectacular views to be had across the Bay of Morlaix, Roscoff, Carantec and Taureau castle.
ÎLE DE BATZJust off the coast of Roscoff, in northern Finistère, the Île de Batz is only a fifteen-minute boat ride away. Measuring 3.5 km in length, this little 320-hectare piece of land is home to 500 people. Its wealth of flora, fauna and heritage make it a must-see. The mild climate has allowed for the Georges Delaselle Garden to be established there, which is a veritable oasis with over 2000 species of exotic plants. To the east, the ruins of the Sainte-Anne chapel emerge from the sand, reminding us of the island’s ancient story of Saint Pol and the dragon. To the west stands the lighthouse, appearing as if to watch over the island and its inhabitants.
CLÉDERThe Côte des Sables sandy coastline and Cléder are truly magical, and only a 15-minute trip from Roscoff. Cléder is home to wonderful scenery, which tends to be best appreciated on foot. The coastal path reveals panoramic sea views, alternating between magnificent sandy beaches, coves, sheltered dunes, incredible seascapes, mooring inlets and much more. The area’s heritage is just as fascinating, with castles, manor houses, chapels and calvaries filling the landscape.
What our customers say
"A Warm Welcome and a very Comfortable stay"
We always return to this lovely hotel when we are in Roscoff. We are given such a warm friendly welcome each time and enjoy and have a very comfortable stay. We leave knowing we will come back.
Stayed for one night as we were on the ferry to Plymouth.
A clean room, views of the garden, close to centre. Very good continental breakfast and friendly, cheerful staff.
"Once again at our favourite Roscoff hotel"
We have stayed many times at the Armen Triton, it is always good %26 is now better than ever. there is alway a warm welcome the rooms are now updated %26 very good. We will be back
"Lovely team, clean room"
Thanks for making our short stay lovely
Stayed at the hotel for an overnight stay before boarding the ferry at Roscoff. The position of the hotel is excellent. The car park an added bonus!!. Our room was ok - although I felt it would benefit from a bit of an upgrade. Strange - but there was no shower curtain over the bath
"Perfect place to stay in Roscoff"
Booked hotel for the night before getting the ferry to UK. Location was perfect: quiet part of town 5 minute walk to bars, restaurants and 5 minute drive to ferry. Olivier and other staff were friendly and welcoming after a long drive. Family room was just right for us with 2 under7s and bathroom was good. Really good buffet breakfast next day.
"One night in Roscoff"
We enjoyed our one night stay in this comfortable hotel and it was very quiet. We were warmly welcomed on arrival, even though we were rather earlier than the earliest check in. A map was provided with the hotel location on it - which was very useful when we went to explore Roscoff. We had had problems locating the hotel with satnav and the local signs seemed far and few between. Breakfast was an excellent selection of cereals, breads, pastries, cakes, cheese, ham, jams etc.
Such a lovely hotel. Wonderful staff, that made us feel really welcome. Very helpful, and will definitely stay there again. Merci beaucoup
"Quiet hotel in good location "
+ quiet + good location + comfortable room + lovely staff + good parking + easy level walk to quayside - third-floor room , why? - lift to second floor -
"Wine Run before Brexit!! "
We took a short break in Roscoff to top up our wine supplies! We have been visiting the town for many years and enjoy its French feel and atmosphere.
A stone's throw from the beach and Roscoff town centre, the hotel also offers a well-equipped meeting room.