Discover a selection of more than 10,000 holiday rentals in Brittany that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including pool and private pool. Prices start at £ 83 per night, and villas and cottages are popular options for a stay in Brittany. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Discover the beauty of Brittany at holiday lettings

Brittany has a special place in the heart of many a traveller. Once you've been, it rarely lets you go. It's easy to see where the nostalgia comes from, what with wild, wave-battered lengths of jagged coastline merging with wide bays of bisque-coloured sand, with medieval keeps soaring atop hearty Breton bistros where platters of crepes and crab are the norm. Towns like Saint-Malo, ship-spotted Brest and regal Rennes all entice with tales of seafaring and statecraft. Rugged Finistere is a hiking, sailing magnet. Primeval Morbihan is steeped in ancient history. Brittany holiday rentals are a ticket to the lot.

Things to do

Attractions near Brittany holiday lettings

Brittany holiday rentals in Saint-Malo could be the perfect introduction to the rich past of this northern cut-out of France. They sit shrouded by the soaring turrets of a fairy-tale chateau and endless ramparts that hint at the old pirating history of the place. Moving on to Rennes, there are more regal sights with fine art museums and neoclassical Rennes Cathedral heading up the itinerary. Tales of great maritime battles and seafaring adventurers meet in Brest's Musée National de la Marine, while darker moments in Europe's 20th-century past are chronicled at the Musee Memoires 39-45.

Activities

Things to do near Brittany holiday homes

Brittany is a veritable playground for outdoorsy types. You can charter a boat and bounce over the wild Atlantic swells, taking in the gorgeous bays of Finistere as you go. You can lace up the hiking boots to wander endless swathes of sand dune or wind-buffeted clifftops. Wetsuits are needed to ride the waves of the west coast, where rollers crash into the Crozon Peninsula and Pointe de la Torche. Camping is plentiful and so are wholesome seaside towns where promenades drop down to sparkling beaches ripe for those sandcastle maestros.

Weather

Climate during your stay in Brittany holiday homes

It's a good idea to organise any family holiday to the gites of Brittany for the summertime. There are bound to be more travellers seeking out Brittany holiday rentals then, but the months of June, July and August do guarantee the highest temperatures and – crucially – driest days. Winter, early spring and autumn can be prohibitively wet in this oceanic region, meaning you'll need to be sure to pack the waterproofs if you intend on coming anytime between November and March.

Natural features

Coasts on all sides in Brittany

Brittany sprouts from the north-western corner of France. It's surrounded by ocean on 3 sides, so it's hardly surprising that it's famed for its long and beautiful coastline. The cap of the province is the much-vaunted Finistere department, a land of rock-ribbed inlets and soaring cliffs where the full force of the Atlantic meets the land. The northern stretches of the Cotes-d'Armor are much tamer, offering sailors a haven with boulder-dotted bays and medieval port towns. Inland, the vistas are taken over by the low, forested hills and winding riverways typical of the Ille-et-Vilaine region.

Beaches

Beach locales near Brittany holiday homes

The beaches of Brittany are one of its biggest draws. Holiday homes are available near places like Côte de Granit Rose, a stretch of coastline with hiking trails, coloured cliffs and tranquil beaches near crystal-blue waters, and Île d'Arz, a set of islands with natural surrounds and beautiful beaches near calm surf. Presqu'île de Crozon is another highlight, boasting a sheltered, soft-sand beach with beautiful turquoise seas.

Family friendly

Kid-friendly attractions near Brittany holiday homes

Brittany has numerous kid-friendly attractions for fun and excitement. Holiday rentals can be found near places like the Zoo and Botanical Garden of Branféré, an animal park with global wildlife species and a botanical garden, and Fort National, a 17th-century granite fortress with guided tours at low tide. Kids will also like Grand Aquarium Saint Malo, a marine-life centre with sea life encounters, mini submarine rides and pirate exhibits.

Can I find a vacation rental around Brittany?

Yes, our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 18,790 vacation rentals near Brittany. From 524 villas to 966 cottages, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Brittany for a holiday or a weekend are on Vrbo.

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