On a dune facing the Atlantic ocean, Anne de Bretagne is a hotel offering contemporary seaside architecture and a green setting, with a heated pool and tennis courts as well as spacious rooms featuring elegant lines. The soul of the hotel doubtless lies in its dining room, with clean, airy lines which celebrate the dazzling sea view and Philippe Vételé & Mathieu Guibert's inspiring cuisine, enhanced by Michèle Vételé's Food & Wine pairings.
Facing the sea, the Maison Anne de Bretagne is part of the wild landscape of the southern coast of Brittany and offers a sea inspired menu that champions local fishing.
You can find Mathieu Guibert every morning at the port in Pornic selecting seafood for his guests. He supports traditional fishing and the continuation of traditional skills such as barefoot fishing. In his refined, iodic cuisine, one can rediscover long lost ingredients such as salicornia, a small rare plant that grows in briny waters. Local producers are given priority, especially for vegetables and dairy products. Mathieu wants to take this further and share his passion for taste and flavours with children, initiating them into degustation of the 4 flavours: sweet, savoury, bitter, acidic.