Brittany and Saint-Brieuc. Near to the sea. Effectiveness and friendliness. Welcome to Céline Da Mota Filippi’s hotel.
“I enjoy the tangible aspect of our work: making sure our guests have a good time in our company, and seeing them happy. ”
“This place makes an ideal stopover, within easy reach of the sea by car. The hotel is 5 minutes from Saint-Brieuc and immediately accessible from the RN12 highway between Rennes and Brest,” explains Céline. This former tax lawyer now runs The Originals City, Hotel Au Chêne Vert, Saint-Brieuc North, a friendly 3-star hotel in Plérin, in the brittany coast. Céline loves Brittany and shares this with her guests. Céline first and foremost values hospitality and comfort in her hotel’s 70 spacious and comfortable rooms. The same goes for her team who are always ready to advise and direct. “We also have a bar and restaurant for our guests where they can enjoy traditional cuisine from Brittany and Normandy,” adds Céline.
“We wanted to create as soothing an atmosphere as possible in our rooms,” explains Céline. The rooms, which are ideal for rest and relaxation, can accommodate between 1 and 4 people. There are 54 of them on the ground and first floors with a further 16 in the adjacent motels. Three of the rooms are accessible for handicapped guests. All are modern and functional, and suitable for couples, friends, families and colleagues.
- Room service
- Rooms for disabled guests
- Non smoking room
The hotel has a 120-capacity restaurant offering balanced and varied cuisine all week for lunch and dinner (except Saturday lunch and Sunday). The meals are served in an elegant room. To relax you can head to the bar which has a pretty terrace. To get the day off to a good start, Céline serves a generous buffet breakfast. The breakfast can be eaten in the restaurant or in your room, for a supplement.
AU CHÊNE VERT
The hotel, very close to Saint-Brieuc, is located in the magnificent region of Brittany with the exciting coastline and amazing land.
VISIT SAINT-BRIEUCSaint-Brieuc is a lively and welcoming town that is nice to wander around. The sea, just 3km away, makes it a seaside resort popular with sailing and water skiing fans, and beach lovers. The district to the north of the cathedral has maintained beautiful buildings from the 15th and 16th centuries with timber frames and corbelled construction. Admire some of the buildings at Place du Martray, Rue Fardel (Maison du Ribeault), Rue Quinquaine (number 9), and Rue de Gouët (numbers 6, 16 and 22).
WANDER AROUND ÎLE DE BRÉHATBréhat is a very small island. It is 3.5km long and 1.5km wide. Its landscape consists of pink rocks and it is nice for walking or cycling as motorised vehicles are forbidden. Spring is the best season to explore this ‘island of flowers’.
TAKE A TRIP TO PLOUMANACHPloumanach is a pretty seaside resort and a small fishing port on the Pink Granite Coast. You can admire the huge rocks there. Take the Chemin des Douaniers footpath along the beach to the lighthouse where you can enjoy the impressive landscapes. See if you can recognise the individual rocks that have been given names such as bottle, turtle... Opposite the archipelago of the Sept-Îles, Ploumanach neighbours Trégastel, another lovely resort.
Ideally located in Plérin, near to Saint-Brieuc and the RN12 highway between Rennes and Brest, the hotel has meeting and seminar rooms, most of which are modular.