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Make a self catering cottage or holiday rental in Saint-Quay-Perros, Brittany your home away from home

The lovely village of Saint-Quay-Perros is in the Cotes-d’Armor department of northern Brittany, within easy reach of other lovely towns such as Saint-Brieuc, the department capital. The Pink Granite Coast nearby is one of only three such areas in the world.

Things to Do in Saint-Quay-Perros, Brittany

The Pink Granite Coast or Cote de Granit Rose is one of the most scenic coastlines in Europe, where the soft pink granite cliffs contrast with the sandy beaches and blue sea. Walkers will enjoy exploring the Sentiers de Douaniers, the former coastguard path along the cliffs where the wind has created weirdly shaped rocks. Just a short stroll from Saint-Quay-Perros holiday rentals is the delightful sandy cove of Perros-Guirec. The blue-flag beaches, sandy coves and rock pools provide endless fun for families wanting to sunbathe, swim and play on the seashore. Sand yachting, sailing, cycling, tennis, playing golf and horseback riding are also in plentiful supply along with local shopping opportunities.

Places to Visit Around Saint-Quay-Perros, Brittany

The nearby town of Lannion with its old half-timbered houses is very popular for exploring on market days and is just 8 km from Saint-Quay-Perros. Stroll beside the River Leguer and visit the Templar Church of Brelevenez in the Old Quarter. Treguier is another delightful place to discover with its tall spired church and commanding castle. Other highlights to visit from your Saint-Quay-Perros holiday cottage are the lovely Jardin du Kestellic and historic Beauport Abbey. Further to the southwest the town of Morlaix has a landmark pink granite viaduct which crosses the valley above the town and half-timbered houses line the medieval streets. Mary Queen of Scots spent the night in 1548 at the Jacobin Convent which now houses the local museum.

Weather in Saint-Quay-Perros, Brittany

Holiday homes in Saint-Quay-Perros enjoy an oceanic climate, similar to southwest England, with sunny summers from May to September averaging 20°C (68° F). The mild wet winters have daytime highs of around 9° C (48°F). From October to March showers can be frequent and heavy but frost and snow are very rare in this area.

Travel to Saint-Quay-Perros, Brittany

The nearest airports to holiday rentals in Saint-Quay-Perros are the local St Brieuc (SBK) Airport which is 54 km away and Brest Bretagne (BES) Airport which is 77 km away. It is served by Ryanair, easyJet and FlyBe. Those who like to travel to Brittany by boat can take the ferry from Portsmouth to St Malo, 161 km away, or from Plymouth to Roscoff, 70 km away. A car is essential for exploring this scenic area.

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A really comfortable stay, very private, & amazing feel about the place -

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Feels like an overgrown beach hut. Great position, feels very private, garden & facilities great
  • Review Submitted: Jul 19, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

A beautiful view of the estuary.

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We had a wonderful holiday, the house has beautiful views. The pool was great with the option to be indoors or open as it meant the kids could enjoy the pool even if the weather was cooler. Most of the house was lovely but the bathrooms could do with a makeover and the bedroom on the lower ground floor felt a little damp and apart from the main house. The local village, Lezardrieaux, was picture perfect, with a great patisserie and cafe, by the harbour a great little shack restaurant serving wonderful mussels, really relaxed. About an hour away the pink granite coast is well worth a visit, very pretty with some great cafes, we hired kayaks by the hour which was great fun. Overall well worth it and would definitely consider a return visit.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 10, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017