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The Brittany port of Roscoff provides ferry connections to the UK and Ireland, and for many visitors is their first glimpse of northern France. The resort part of town retains its 16th-century character with traditional Breton houses clustered around the old fishing harbor. Highlights of a charming old town include an interesting Renaissance church and a museum devoted to the traditional Breton onion-sellers. A nearby island offers elegant gardens and relaxing beaches. Hotels.com is among the world's leading online accommodation sites and can offer a great selection of Roscoff hotels to suit ant budget or preferences. Book your Roscoff rooms in advance at Hotels.com and look forward to a relaxing vacation in Brittany.
What's Roscoff Like?
The attractive harbor is the heart of Roscoff. Its three quays and fishing boats are overlooked by traditional granite houses, bars and brasseries. A row of stone houses by the quayside are named the Maisons Marie-Stuart after Mary Queen of Scots, who stopped here in 1548 en route to her betrothal to the French king. The 16th-century church of Notre Dame de Croas Batz has an attractive Renaissance belfry with suitably maritime decoration. Further along the waterfront, the Maison des Johnnies museum celebrates the resourceful onion farmers, known as Onion Johnnies, who took their produce over the Channel in the 19th and 20th centuries and cycled the country lanes of England, bringing a hint of romance with their vegetables. A popular excursion from Roscoff involves a short ferry ride over to the Ile de Batz island with its subtropical gardens and quiet white sand beaches. Roscoff hotels offer the perfect base for exploring the small villages along the Brittany coast.
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As a ferry terminal, Roscoff is used to English-speaking visitors, but trying out a few French phrases will be courteous. The locals are proud of their Breton cuisine which is distinctive. Seafood is particularly fine by the coast, and familiar dishes such as moules marinieres and soupe de poisson are excellent in Brittany. Roscoff is famous for its onions, so expect onion tart to feature on most of the town's bistro and brasserie menus, while artichokes are another Roscoff specialty. The Kouign-amann is a notoriously rich Breton pastry made with dough, sugar and vast amounts of butter. Use the variety of features on the Hotels.com website to get a firm impression of what to expect from Roscoff hotels. Certified guest reviews, interactive maps pinpointing the main tourist attractions, and sample room descriptions offer a clear picture of accommodation in Roscoff.