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Brigitte Ean
19 rue du Général de Gaulle


1 reviews

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price from €58






Description for B&B:

Situated in the heart of Plouhinec, this village house offers convenient access to all amenities. The house features a spacious room with a fully equipped kitchen, a dining room, and a lounge area with a TV and DVD player. On the first floor, there are two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and toilet. The second floor also has two bedrooms, each with a bathroom and toilet. Additionally, guests have access to an outdoor courtyard, complete with garden furniture, a barbecue, and comfortable deck chairs.

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Located in the heart of Plouhinec, this charming village house offers all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay. On the ground floor, you will find a spacious room with a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area, and a cozy lounge complete with a TV and DVD player. The first floor features two bedrooms, each with their own bathroom and toilet, while the second floor offers two more bedrooms, also with their own bathroom and toilet. To make the most of the outdoors, there is a delightful courtyard equipped with garden furniture, a barbecue, and comfortable deck chairs.


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Review by: salettis , Juil 29 2014 5:28PM
excellent,sejour très bon accueil hotesse joviale a l'ecoute et de très bon conseil
maison propre et accueillante

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To get to Plouhinec from Vannes, follow the signs for Auray and then continue towards Plouhinec. If you are coming from Lorient, head in the direction of Plouhinec.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 58 63 25
Holiday Home 1 500 750




  • Étel River: Located just a short distance from 19 rue du Général de Gaulle, the Étel River offers picturesque views and is perfect for boating, fishing, and kayaking. It is known for its beautiful marshes and is a haven for birdwatchers.
  • Saint-Cado Island: Situated in the Étel River estuary, Saint-Cado Island is a charming and scenic spot. It is connected to the mainland by a stone bridge and features traditional thatched-roof cottages. Visitors can explore the island, enjoy a picnic, and take in the stunning views.
  • Plouhinec Beach: This beautiful sandy beach is located just a short walk away from 19 rue du Général de Gaulle. It offers a serene and relaxing atmosphere, ideal for sunbathing, swimming, and beach walks. The beach is also known for its clean and clear waters.
  • Port-Louis Citadel: A historic fortress located in the nearby town of Port-Louis, the Citadel is a must-visit attraction for history enthusiasts. Built in the 16th century, it offers panoramic views of the sea and houses a museum showcasing the area's maritime history.
  • Kerhinet Village: Situated approximately 20 kilometers from Plouhinec, Kerhinet is a preserved traditional village. Visitors can stroll through its narrow streets lined with thatched-roof cottages and explore the local heritage museum. It provides a glimpse into rural life in Brittany.
  • Carnac Stones: A short drive from Plouhinec, the Carnac Stones are a collection of ancient megalithic sites. These prehistoric alignments of standing stones are shrouded in mystery and are believed to date back to the Neolithic period. Visitors can take guided tours to learn about their historical and cultural significance.
  • Quiberon Peninsula: Located around 25 kilometers southwest of Plouhinec, the Quiberon Peninsula is a popular tourist destination. It offers stunning beaches, rugged cliffs, and picturesque coastal landscapes. Visitors can enjoy water sports, hiking, and biking while taking in the natural beauty of the area.
  • Belle-Île-en-Mer: Known as the "Beautiful Island in the Sea," Belle-Île-en-Mer is the largest island off the Brittany coast. Accessible by ferry from Quiberon, it offers breathtaking cliffs, sandy beaches, and charming villages. Visitors can explore the island by bike, visit historic sites, and enjoy the vibrant arts scene.
  • Hennebont: A historic town located approximately 30 kilometers northeast of Plouhinec, Hennebont is known for its medieval architecture and fortified walls. The town's highlights include the beautiful Saint-Joseph Church, the National Stud Farm, and the annual medieval festival. 10. Lorient: Situated around 20 kilometers east of Plouhinec, Lorient is a bustling city with a rich maritime heritage. It offers a variety of attractions, including the Eric Tabarly Sailing Museum, the Submarine Base, and the Interceltic Festival held annually in August. These attractions near 19 rue du Général de Gaulle in Plouhinec, France, offer a mix of natural beauty, historical sites, and cultural experiences for tourists to enjoy.

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