The Château de Beaussais, between two peninsulas, mounts guard over Saint-Jacut Bay. Come for a holiday in prestige accommodation consisting of small, character houses facing the sea.
Midway between Lancieux and Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, the Château de Beaussais stands guard over the bay of the same name. As well as being a prestige venue for wedding receptions, conferences, etc., it offers tourist lettings on a by-the-night basis. You'll stay in one of the château’s nine little traditional houses, each named after a Breton saint and most having a sea view. Comfort and a pleasing decor are guaranteed. And if you're a foodie, the château also offers table d’hôte meals. At the far end of the landscaped grounds, you have a panoramic view of the bay. There's direct access to a small beach for bathing and gathering shellfish, depending on tides. Don’t miss the sunset over the islands of Agot and Les Ebihens – it's a magical spectacle.