Presentation of the hotel
The Arcades restaurant at Roscoff on the Amiral Réveillère road has been run since 1911 by the same family.
The hotel was built in 1929 on the rocks facing the sea and the fishing port.
As it's name suggests ("Arcades" meaning archways), the hotel has preserved some remarkable archways dating back to the 16th century, at which time Roscoff was a rich town due to ship-owners and trade.
The hotel is only a 5 minute drive to the car ferry and the newly built marina. The hotel has 20 rooms, about 15 of which have a stunning view on the sea, the old port and the Island of Batz.
Our restaurant brasserie offers you mostly, but not exclusively, fish- and sea food -based cuisine which you will enjoy savouring in our big veranda which panoramic view is breath-taking. Being so close to the sea enables you to enjoy the show acted by the tides, and at high tide, you shall be under the impression you're eating on a cruise boat.
The Arcades ideal location facing the sea and at the heart of the historical town, only 2 minutes walk away from the jetty to the Island of Batz, makes it the perfect base for visiting and discovering the tresaures and heritage of the Finistère as well as the bay of Morlaix.
It is with great pleasure that we hope to welcome you.