Looking for a holiday in Brittany ? Stay in this apartment with a terrace and a garden
Enjoy the spaceLarge rooms decorated in a contemporary style
Comfortable and very well equipped Time to relax in Brittany
Accommodation for up to 4 people downtown and on the heights of the marina of Saint-Brieuc
The ideal locationPerfect to tour the north coast of Brittany
Welcome to your apartment Rue Jean Bart !Holiday rental in Saint-Brieuc for 4 up to people
Our apartment with garden to sojourn in Côtes d'Armor
Are you planning to come for several days to discover our beautiful region? This holiday apartment is ideal for you! It will provide you with direct access to the dual carriage way for your trips, while offering you the enjoyment of a private garden.
A nice accommodation on the heights of Saint-Brieuc
Its layout, the quality of its furnishings and its location will make it a perfect base for your family holidays or your tourist excursions in Brittany. Located in a quiet area of Saint-Brieuc, it also offers you an immediate proximity to the amenities of the city centre (shops, restaurants, bars...).
Picking up the dual carriage way N12 ? Less than 5 minutes.
Resuming your walk on the GR34 hiking trail ? 10 minutes maximum by foot.
Looking for a beach ? It takes 10 minutes by car to reach the nearest ones, and only a quarter of an hour to get to the sumptuous beaches of Binic or Les Rosaires.
You will be charmed by the unique location of this apartment on the heights of Saint-Brieuc, and in season, after a busy day, you will enjoy dining in the garden.
Bedroom 1 : 1 Queen Size double bed (160×200 cm) equipped with a recent mattress, a TV
Bedroom 2 : 2 single beds (90×190 cm) equipped with recent mattresses
Wardrobe in each room
Bed sheets provided & beds made on your arrival
Large basin with cupboard
Bath towels provided
Iron and ironing board
Terrace with garden furniture (armchairs, sofa and coffee table)
Location of this accommodation
32, rue Jean Bart - 22000 Saint-Brieuc (Côtes d'Armor, Brittany, France) See the rates
The added bonus of this apartment Its garden, of course, but also its direct access to the dual carriage way. The proximity to the RN12, less than 5 minutes away by car, will help you save time on your journeys.
Pricing vary depending on the season (2 nights minimum)
PER NIGHT prices starting from
ONE WEEK prices starting from
French school holidays and public holidays
Water, electricity, household linen, Wi-Fi and the cleaning at the end of your stay are included in our prices. Please refer to the general terms and conditions.
We offer discounts on very long stays. Do not hesitate to contact us!
Around Saint-Brieuc A wide range of breathtaking sites to explore
The Goëlo Coast scattered with picturesque harbours, pretty beaches and wild cliffs
Take advantage of the exceptional location of your apartment to discover the most emblematic fishing harbours of the Côtes d'Armor district.
Saint-Brieuc marina... and Plérin
Discover the Legué, Saint-Brieuc port, the locals’ favourite place for a walk, located just 10 minutes walk away from your rental. On sunny days, it’s nice to stroll along its quays, indulge in a pastry at Portland’s tea room, or taste a local craftman beer at the Mar'mousse bar. Both are located in Plérin, on the other bank of the marina.
On sunny evenings, the first floor terrace of the HQ bar (located on Saint-Brieuc’s side of the port), is pleasantly busy, and offers a beautiful view over the marina. You can also have dinner outdoors, "à la bonne franquette" as we say in French, at the Cantine Ephémère, which sets up its tables and benches in the summer. Or, for a more unusual experience, savour some pancakes or savoury galettes on the deck of the Juno-Bravo, a “creperie” nested in a ship moored in the port.
Toward Paimpol and the island of Bréhat
Only a quarter of an hour driving to the west from Saint Brieuc will bring you to Binic, a charming old cod fishing village. Further on the same road, you will quickly get to Saint-Quay-Portrieux, a pretty town with romantic beaches and beautiful villas. The shore line is particularly rugged, offering scenic views.
After Saint-Quay, the coastline changes and gives way to a beautiful scenery of cliffs near Plouha. These are the highest cliffs in Brittany, and offer a sumptuous panorama alternating between secret coves and rocky points. On the way, you can pause at the tiny secret ports of Le Palus and Bréhec. The next stop on this journey could be Paimpol, a picturesque harbour marked by the Iceland cod fishing era, which lasted until the beginning of the 20th century. As for the island of Bréhat, which you can admire from the Arcouest Point, being undoubtedly one of Brittany's jewels, it is well worth a day trip.