Situated 4km from the city centre, Hostel Lorient is ideally located right on the edge of the Pond de Ter and only 4km from Brittany's beaches. Local attractions include the incredible megaliths in Erdeven and Carnac.

Hostel Lorient is open 24 hours and offers many facilities including Internet access, a self-catering kitchen, a games room, a TV room, a common room, and a garden with barbecue. Guests can also do their laundry on site, store luggage, attend a disco party and take part in sporting activities.

Historically Lorient was an important fishing and industrial port. One of the biggest attractions at Lorient is the German submarine base from the World War II. The modern town has a bustling centre and the Scorff and Blavet Valleys offer picturesque countryside, charming villages and stunning beaches.

What travellers think

Best for

  • Nature-lovers
  • Relaxing
  • Culture
  • Eco-tourism

Green rating

85%

Reviews

Small but cozy hostel, the lighting could be better around the common area but the kitchen facilities were good. It was a bit out of the way to Lorient city center but it's tucked away by a beautiful forest trail so I can't complain.

67%

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Cathy Wan Yi,

Fri 05 Dec 2014

Travel tips...

Budget meal tip

The local LDL supermarket open until 7pm and just 15 mins walk from the hostel

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JANET,

Sat 03 May 2014

Budget meal tip

the free stuff in the kitchen! I barely spent a dime on food during my two-night stay

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Cathy Wan Yi,

Fri 05 Dec 2014