In Cancale, facing the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel, Olivier Roellinger invites us to take our time by living to the rhythm of the tides. A break that allows you to recharge your batteries in a place designed by Christophe Bachmann. The architect has designed an idyllic setting, in perfect harmony with the concept of slow life that inspired La Ferme du Vent.
There are places that we would like to keep secret, so much so that their beauty lies in their location on the fringe of the beaten tourist track. The latest address opened by Olivier Roellinger, La Ferme du Vent, is certainly in this category. The starred chef, who has now forged a solid reputation in the art of spices, wanted a place that was in perfect harmony with the Brittany he so cherishes.
Here, the codes of the traditional hotel industry are not allowed. This in no way sacrifices comfort, quite the contrary. Facing La Ferme du Vent, the horizon as far as the eye can see, the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel, the sea and the climate. A moving landscape with which one has no choice but to enter into osmosis. Hugo is in charge of this atypical place. Son of Olivier and Jane, he has been caught up in the family passion: transmission.
The Ferme au Vent
Langavant, 35350 Saint-Méloir-des-Ondes
Phone: +33 (0) 2 99 89 64 76