List your property Owners
  • Start typing for suggestions...

Featured Properties

Contact Details:


Myriam & Philippe Brezillon
14 Rue Haute


Write a review

Price per night:

price from €55






Description for B&B:

Welcome to Myriam and Philippe's medieval house, located in the heart of the historic city of Morlaix, in Finisteree. This unique dwelling, dating back to 1620, showcases the remarkable craftsmanship of medieval Briton artisans, as it was entirely crafted from oak and granite. We offer two generously sized rooms with elegant furnishings and en-suite bathrooms, ensuring your utmost comfort during your stay.


Aucun avis pour l'instant Write a review


Here are the revised travel directions:

To get to your destination:

1. Take the Morlaix center exit.
2. Pass under an aqueduct.
3. At the traffic light near the town hall, make a left turn.
4. After 100 meters (0.6 miles), turn right.
5. Continue straight at the next traffic light until you reach the end of Rue de Paris.
6. You will come across a traffic circle. Take the first right onto Rue des Bouchers.
7. At the next traffic light, make a right turn onto Rue Basse.
8. Slow down and immediately after passing the church, make two left turns onto Rue Haute.
9. "Les Colombages" will be located 50 meters (164 ft.) ahead on your left.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 55 60 15 oui




  • Morlaix Viaduct: Located in the heart of Morlaix, the viaduct is an iconic landmark that spans the river and offers breathtaking views of the town. It is a popular spot for photography enthusiasts and a must-visit for history buffs.
  • Jacobins Fountain: Situated in the historic center of Morlaix, the Jacobins Fountain is a beautiful sculpture depicting four monks. It is a peaceful spot to relax and enjoy the surrounding architecture.
  • Château du Taureau: A short boat ride away from Morlaix, Château du Taureau is a 16th-century fortress located on a small island in the Bay of Morlaix. Visitors can explore the castle's impressive architecture and learn about its history as a defensive structure.
  • Cairn de Barnenez: Just a short drive from Morlaix, Cairn de Barnenez is one of the oldest megalithic monuments in Europe. This prehistoric burial site consists of several large stone chambers and offers stunning views of the Bay of Morlaix.
  • Saint-Mathieu Lighthouse: Located on the westernmost point of Brittany, Saint-Mathieu Lighthouse is a picturesque landmark that offers panoramic views of the rugged coastline. Visitors can climb to the top for an unforgettable view of the sea.
  • Oceanopolis: Situated in Brest, approximately 50 kilometers from Morlaix, Oceanopolis is a popular aquarium and marine research center. It features a variety of marine life exhibits, including penguins, sharks, and tropical fish, making it a great family-friendly attraction.
  • Parish Enclosures: Throughout the region of Finistère, including Morlaix, you can find numerous parish enclosures. These architectural gems consist of a church, an ossuary, a calvary, and an enclosed churchyard. They showcase the unique Breton religious and cultural heritage.
  • La Maison à Pondalez: Located in Morlaix's historic district, La Maison à Pondalez is a fascinating example of a traditional Breton townhouse. With its distinctive half-timbered facade and beautiful interior, it offers a glimpse into Morlaix's rich architectural history.
  • Musee de Morlaix: Housed in the 18th-century Léon House, the Musee de Morlaix displays a diverse collection of art, artifacts, and historical objects related to the town's past. It provides insights into the local culture and heritage. 10. Port de Morlaix: The bustling harbor of Morlaix is a charming place to stroll along the quays and admire the boats. Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere, watch the boats come and go, and indulge in delicious seafood at the nearby waterfront restaurants.

The nearest listings: