Holiday Cottage in Lostmarc’h Brittany

| May 27, 2013

On our recent holiday to Brittany in France we stayed in two stylish holiday homes in the department of Finistere. I discovered Frenchberry whilst searching for family friendly holiday accommodation that provided that little bit extra.

After our first week of holiday at the Kistinic Gatehouse in Quimper we spent the second week in Brittany near the coastal town of Crozon in Lostmarc’h. Located in a small hamlet of beautifully renovated longere properties that are ideally situated less than 10 minutes walk from the beach.

The setting for our Lostmarc’h holiday home was stunning. Situated in a protected conservation area, it is surrounded by thoughtfully restored stone cottages with views of the Celtic Sea.

The view from the holiday house towards the garden, overlooking the ocean.


Our daily activities involved walking, swimming, playing on the beach, watching surfers ride the waves, picnics on the sand and enjoying the fresh sea air at the stunning beaches of Lostmarc’h and La Palue.




The beach town of Morgat is a few minutes drive away where there are several lovely restaurants where we enjoyed crêpes and moules frites.

The decking on which we sat each evening to admire the sunset and beautiful sea views.


The location of this holiday home is unique and perfect for families who love the beach.

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  1. Absolutely stunning!

  2. Yeah the french cottages (gites) are really stunning … especially the one’s that have the old style outdoor and they have a modern style indoor’s

  3. Really glad to hear that you had a good time in Finistere in our houses – it was a pleasure to look after you, and we’d be delighted to have you back. All the best, Claire and Andrew

    • Lydia says:

      We’re still daydreaming about Lostmarc’h and your beautiful stone cottage by the sea… Complete bliss! x