Prepare your stay 
to the Houat island

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    Book your tickets for the crossing by boat

  • HOME Distributeur

    No distributor on the island, consider withdraw money

  • Voiture Interdite

    No cars walking or cycling

  • Baton Houat

    Sticks prohibited metal tipped on the island

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    Hotel la sirène ***
    in Houat

    in the Morbihan Golf

    The island of Houat, a natural setting placed delicately on the water between Belle-Île and the mainland, is a haven of peace without a car. For a restful, soothing stay, the hotel La sirène offers quality services. 3-star hotel, you will find the comfort of a modern, welcoming establishment, where attention and service are at your disposal (from 1 to 9 people); comfortable rooms with bath or shower, wifi, television, which allow you to enjoy an unforgettable stay.
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    Restore

    Brasserie & restaurant on site

    You can eat on site. Our hotel offers a 40-seat restaurant, a 45-seat brasserie and a bar. Local cuisine!

    Meet

    in Houat

    Two meeting rooms with 25 and 10 seats as well as an outdoor terrace.

    Se restaurer

    Brasserie & restaurant sur place

    Vous pourrez vous restaurer sur place. Notre hôtel vous propose un restaurant de 40 places, une brasserie de 45 places et un bar. Cuisine locale !

    Se réunir

    à Houat

    Deux salles de réunions de 25 et 10 places ainsi qu'une terrasse extérieur.
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    Discover

    Houat in Brittany

    A magical island in southern Brittany, part of the Ponant Islands.

    For better service, don’t forget to book your stay, knowing that parking before boarding is done in a mandatory guarded car park: PARKING SÉMAPHORE, with free shuttle serving the ferry terminal (rotation every 20 minutes). The crossing is 45 minutes on a ship recently chartered by the General Council of Morbihan; Morbihan which means “Small sea” in Breton.