The hotel and accommodation facilities in Brittany are of an excellent standard.
There are many hotels, most of them cheap and family-run, but there are also chains with high quality standards that often apply offers and discounts.
If, on the other hand, you want to be in contact with the locals and experience more closely the land you are visiting, then you can choose a chambre d’hôte, or the French version of bed & breakfasts: they are widespread and often immersed in nature, are run by very welcoming people and are the ideal solution for itinerant trips where you change location every night.
If you prefer a relaxing, settled holiday, then you can opt for gîtes ruraux, country houses or flats equipped with a kitchen that are the best way to explore a specific area calmly and carefully.
While hostels are mainly found in large cities, campsites are widespread, well equipped and often located in scenic spots overlooking the sea.
But for a truly unforgettable holiday, there are other original solutions: from a night at a castle, to treat yourself to a luxury stay, to the comforts of the manoir, the beautifully restored period manor houses, to the romantic experience of sleeping in one of the many lighthouses dotting the Breton coast.
In any case, keep in mind that the French school system provides 2 weeks’ holiday for every 6/7 weeks of school. During these periods, tourist resorts are taken by storm and during major events, such as the Interceltico Festival in Lorient, it is imperative to book well in advance.