Open the windows; smell the sea air; hear the gulls call. These two handsome houses, built for oyster farmers in 1807, have been in the family for three generations; and if you come as a party, they link together.
Choose between ‘Oyster’ with its bedrooms across the top two floors, and ‘Captain’ with its stunning extension. Both are bright, beautiful, warm and inviting. Pop into Carnac for shops and markets; come home to kitchens a pleasure to work in. In summer you can lunch on the terraces, to a backdrop of evergreen oaks. The freshest oysters you will ever taste come from the shacks on the shore, accompanied by glasses of muscadet. Huîtres Le Priol is a three-minute stroll.
Ride horses through the Breton forests; surf the waves of the Côte Sauvage. Bustling Trinité-sur-Mer is your main hub… you could catch the train to Paris.