FERRY & HOTEL
Hotel Aigue Marine, Tréguier
France > Brittany > TREGUIER
Full of character, pretty Tréguier is one of Brittany's very few hilltop towns and sits above an oyster-rich inlet. It has a lovely old quarter full of beautiful half timbered houses - 57 in all - dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries as well as one of Brittany's most magnificent cathedrals which houses the tomb of the region's most popular saint, St Yves, the patron saint of lawyers. There is also a small museum dedicated to the French philosopher Ernest Renan and a pretty harbour where you can take a boat ride along the river past mills and oyster beds as far as the lighthouse or over to the Isle of Bréhat. For keen walkers the GR34 old customs officers path runs round the headland as far as Port Blanc or head south to the market town of La Roche Derrien via Minihy Tréguier where on a Wednesday or Saturday afternoon you can visit the local brewery. The Aigue Marine, down by the marina, is the ideal place to wind down after exploring the delights of this small port, and friendly staff are on hand to welcome you. After relaxing in the lovely garden by the pool, which can be covered in cooler weather, or in the sauna/jacuzzi (extra charge), you can enjoy a gourmet meal in the excellent Michelin rated restaurant before retiring to a comfortable bedroom. And in the morning you can look forward to a superb buffet breakfast to set you up for the day ahead.
Restaurant closed mid Nov-mid Mar & Sun/Mon all year.