I stayed here in 1991 and remember it as a reasonable hotel. No charm, a bit like a B&B. Part of the Logis de France chain of privately owned hotels at the time.
1991: Double room 150 FF, breakfast50 FF (for 2 persons). That would amount to 31 EUR now, which is quite cheap.
Hotel Finis-Terrae. Hotel from the end of the world.... De la, on peut embarquer pour Ouessant et Molene ou rever a la fenetre. From there, you can board to Islands of Molene and Ouessant or just dream at the window. No TV there, back in the ancient times where the village was a wealthy cross-road for sailors from all over Europe. The strong character of the rooms and their authenticity (everything is made from simple wood and designed by the owners in blue & white) are just the miror of the people from this land.
You will be warmly welcome, can eat fresh seafood and breton crepes all the day long. No number for your room, all of them have names of islands, and no lock and key at the main entrance door: tradition must go on!
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