“A break in a previously unknown time-space.”
Garden or park
Double Room Garden View
Double Room Sea View
Choose from the dining room, terrace or garden at breakfast, lunch and dinner time. Dishes follow three guiding principles: organic, local and healthy. “Like my hotel, our cuisine must be crafted with wellness in mind.” So the chef serves up semi-gourmet fare based around plant produce and seafood, highlighting Ouessant algae and honey.
The menus “depend on the chef’s mood,” says Sophie, but sourcing couldn’t be stricter. “All of our dishes are concocted with fresh, organic, regional produce from market gardeners, beekeepers, fishermen, bakers, etc.” And the hotel’s philosophy extends to our dishes so “we only serve products with exceptional nutritional qualities.”
Open to sporty (and less sporty) guests, the Sport Ouessant & Spa fitness centre features a heated swimming lane (18x3 m) as well as a gym and an outdoor swimming pool. Enjoy classes with a coach and try your hand at paddleboard yoga.
After exercise comes relaxation of mind and body. Choose from the sauna, jacuzzi, meditation room, solarium, spa with outdoor pool or a treatment with Breton algae-based marine cosmetics.
Eight km long and four wide, France’s westernmost island will whisk you away from it all. As well as endemic fauna (sheep, miniature horses and black bees) and a wide variety of flora, Ouessant is worth a visit for its four exceptional headlands (Kadoran and its cliffs, Penn Arlan and its pretty harbour, Porz Doun and its verdant landscape, and wild, protected Pern) and its five lighthouses, including Créac’h, Europe’s highest and most powerful lighthouse with its distinctive black and white stripes. With more than 40 km of coastal paths, Ouessant is also a hiker’s paradise.