Better than a hotel in Binic-Etables-sur-mer!

Better than a hotel! Here are our assets in Binic-Etables-sur-mer


A splendid sea view

From the balcony of your room, you will enjoy the sunrise and the superb view over the bay of Saint-Brieuc.

Belle Epoque villa

We will tell you the story of our house located in the historic district of Godelins, a district created by Oscar Legris at the beginning of the 20th century.

Godelins beach at 300 m

To enjoy the warm sand, walks on the GR34 or shellfish gathering, the guest room is a stone's throw from this superb beach.

Organic and hearty breakfast

We love to please you and we adapt to your possible dietary restrictions (gluten-free, lactose-free...). Breakfast is served in a basket which is delivered to your door at the time you wish. Treat yourself !

Hike at the foot of the GR 34

In 5 minutes from the bed and breakfast, you will reach the coastal footpath for superb walks.

500 m from the Vélomaritime

EuroVelo 4 - La Vélomaritime®, nearly 1,500 km by bike from the English Channel to the North Sea.

25 minutes from the island of Bréhat and Paimpol

From the Pointe de l'Arcouest, Bréhat already announces the color: it is the tawny ocher of its pink granite rocks. After ten minutes of crossing, it is on an archipelago punctuated by the tides that we dock. Here the light contrasts are particularly eloquent.

5 minutes from Saint-Quay Portrieux

5 minutes by car, you will discover a charming seaside town. As its name suggests, Saint-Quay-Portrieux lives to the rhythm of the sea and the boats. Its ports and its shellfish activity confirm this. From the 19th century, its coastline punctuated with beaches and islands also made it a pleasant seaside resort, leaning against the rocky slopes of the Bay of Saint-Brieuc.

1 or 2 hours from exceptional sites

Ideally located, our bed and breakfast allows you to discover Saint-Malo, Dinan, Mont-Saint-Michel, Perros-Guirec, the Pink Granite Coast, Ploumanac'h, Paimpol, the island of Bréhat and many other enchanting places in central Brittany (Vallée des Saints, Guerlédan, Monts d'Arrée, etc.)