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The ocean sun beloved of poet Baudelaire sets the sky aflame with a radiant light! A stone's throw from the sea, looking out on the lighthouse and abbey ruins, hotel Pointe Saint-Mathieu is a dream come true of a far-flung place. Where mainland Brittany ends, facing the islands of Molène and Ushant, it's an invitation to every sort of journey: gourmet, relaxing, stimulating...
|Open year round||Multilingual staff||Non-smoking hotel||Disabled access|
|Free Wi-Fi||Indoor pool||Shuttle service on request||Private covered car park|
|Elevator||Room service||An electrical terminal for
Three generations of the Corre family have worked in turn to offer you a wonderful journey in the special atmosphere that bathes Finistère! The family's story begins in 1954 when Francine and Emile Corre bought the restaurant at Pointe Saint-Mathieu. Emile ran the kitchen, with Francine front of house. People came from far and wide to savour the seafood and roast turkey, not forgetting pancakes cooked at tea-time on the covered terrace.
In 1988, Brigitte and Philippe Corre took over the establishment. 1992 brought a first revolution, with the creation of a 15 room hotel. Four-star accommodation, with a swimming pool, that expanded over the years to 23 rooms, then 33 in 2016, not forgetting the spa with its 4 massage rooms.
These days they have the help of their children, Tanguy who runs communication and Nolwenn, chef de cuisine in both the gastronomic restaurant and Bistrot 1954... named to commemorate the beginning of this great family story.