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Emmanuel Rousseau
7 Impasse de Kerliezec


2 reviews

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price from €75





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Review by: Sonia mahé, Nov 19 2014 11:29AM
Une vue à couper le souffle, un calme absolu règne aux alentours, un paysage qui change tout le temps et un petit déjeuner copieux et des hotes charmants au petit soin et plein de bons conseils! Rien à redire, allez y les yeux fermés!
Amazing views in friendly environment
Review by: Patrick Flanagan, Aou 25 2014 5:08PM
These are really spectacular views from these new and very stylish rooms. We only stayed one night but will come back for sure. The reception was very friendly and everything worked perfectly.

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The bed and breakfast can be found at a distance of 10 km from Morlaix, approximately 50 km away from Brest airport, and it takes about 2 hours to reach it from Rennes.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 75 75 475 475
(3 pers.)
1 90 90 580 580 10




  • Île Louët: Located off the coast of Carantec, Île Louët is a small island known for its picturesque lighthouse. Visitors can take a boat trip to the island and enjoy scenic views of the surrounding coastline.
  • Château du Taureau: Situated on a rocky island in the Bay of Morlaix, Château du Taureau is a historic fortress dating back to the 16th century. Visitors can take guided tours of the castle, explore its ramparts, and learn about its fascinating history.
  • Cairn de Barnenez: Considered one of the oldest megalithic monuments in Europe, Cairn de Barnenez is a Neolithic burial mound located near Carantec. Visitors can explore the site, which features several chambers and passageways, and learn about its archaeological significance.
  • Roscoff: A charming coastal town located just a short drive from Carantec, Roscoff is known for its historic port and beautiful sandy beaches. Visitors can stroll along the harbor, explore the town's narrow streets lined with colorful houses, and sample delicious seafood.
  • Morlaix: Situated on the banks of the River Morlaix, this medieval town offers a rich architectural heritage. Its most iconic attraction is the Viaduct, a 19th-century railway bridge, which provides stunning views of the town and surrounding area. Visitors can also explore the town's old quarter with its half-timbered houses and visit the Saint Melaine Church.
  • Plougasnou: A scenic coastal commune near Carantec, Plougasnou is known for its beautiful beaches and coastal hiking trails. Visitors can enjoy water activities such as swimming and kayaking, or simply relax on the sandy shores while taking in the stunning views.
  • Monts d'Arrée: Located in the Armorique Regional Natural Park, Monts d'Arrée is a picturesque mountain range known for its rugged landscapes and ancient legends. Visitors can hike through the area's scenic trails, admire the panoramic views from the summit, and explore the charming villages nestled in the valleys.
  • Oceanopolis: Situated in Brest, which is approximately an hour's drive from Carantec, Oceanopolis is a large ocean discovery park. It features several themed pavilions showcasing marine life from different habitats around the world. Visitors can observe various species of fish, penguins, seals, and even sharks, making it a great attraction for families and marine enthusiasts. These attractions offer a variety of experiences, from exploring historical sites to enjoying coastal scenery and immersing oneself in the natural beauty of the region.

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