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Yvon Joël et Alice
La Digue Kerlouarn


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Welcome to Alice and Joël's charming house, located in the enchanting coastal region known as the "Legends Coast". Situated just 1 km from the picturesque fisherman's village of Ménéham, and a mere 100m from the famous GR 34 hiking trail, our cozy abode offers a delightful retreat for our esteemed guests.

On the ground level, you will find a comfortable bedroom with its own private entrance, complete with a double bed and an en-suite shower room and WC. The second floor houses a lovely dining room, perfect for enjoying delicious meals and engaging conversations.

Adjacent to the house, there is an enclosed garden with convenient garden furniture and a barbecue, providing a serene outdoor space to relax and unwind.

We are delighted to welcome visitors throughout the year, ensuring a memorable and enjoyable stay.


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To get to the house from Lesneven, follow these directions: Head onto the D10 road and proceed through the village of Kerlouan. Once in Kerlouan, make a right turn at the Calvary and continue along "La Digue" road. The house is located approximately 1.8 kilometers ahead.



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