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You who spend a few hours or days in these places, maybe you would like to know the story. Built around 1585, this home of tradition has been for many over the ages. It has successively belonged to wealthy merchants and shipowners roscovites, then pirates.In the second half of the nineteenth and early twentieth century, it served as an inn under the name "White Pigeon". An alley adjacent to the building leads directly to the ocean.
All reviews historic building lovely room breakfast is served character hotel hotel is centrally located great holiday lovely hotel wardrobe space sea view excellent breakfast one night stay short break verve town ferry brittany drama
We had a lovely room overlooking the harbor and could witness the drama of the Breton tides in true comfort. We awakened to the sun rising over an arriving ferry and the water lapping at the shore just below our window. The hotel is centrally...More
A small boutique hotel with friendly staff and surprising good breakfast. The furnishings are rather minimal and bland. Facilities were adequate and was fine for a one night stay. The town is very charming and we certainly enjoyed the sea views from our room. The...More
My husband and I spent a few days in this hotel in Roscoff, France. The hotel is small and situated in a wonderful historic stone building overlooking the sea and across from a historic church. We were very pleased with our stay. The room was...More
We spent three nights at this lovely place. The room was a decent size, totally white and spotless, with a lovely view of the sea and the tides coming and going. Great and helpful staff, nice European breakfast especially when one adds the cheese plate....More
We spent almost 2 weeks and everithing was perfect, at least enough for us.
First of all the kindness of the owners and they attendants, secondarily the hotel and the service, and last but not least the rich and excellent breakfast.
We traveled with our...More
Not sure. But we arrived on an early boat from Roscoff, and then went for coffee in St Pol de Leon (great early morning friendly cafe near the cathedral). But I'm sure that staff at Le Temps de Vivre will take in any... More
Not sure. But we arrived on an early boat from Roscoff, and then went for coffee in St Pol de Leon (great early morning friendly cafe near the cathedral). But I'm sure that staff at Le Temps de Vivre will take in any luggage and look after it till your room is ready. Hope that helps.