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Patricia Louédec
17 Rue Jean Dorval
Chateauneuf Du Faou


1 reviews

Price per night:

price from €55






Description for B&B:

The property offers various amenities including WiFi, a beautiful garden, a balcony, and a parking lot. Additionally, there is a delightful enclosed winter garden featuring a sauna (additional fee applies). Guests can also enjoy a spacious lounge area with a cozy fireplace and an elegant upright piano.


Appréciations pour Au Fil de l'Aulne, Chateauneuf Du Faou:

Chambres de Hôtes Au Fil de l'Aulne
Review by: Saskia Blom, Aou 19 2011 8:57AM
Au début du juillet nous avons visité cette chambre de hôte. Três bonne accueil et les três belles chambres. Le prix est en rélation avec la qualité du service et le tout au centre du Châteauneuf du Faou. Nous avons passé des bonnes moments.

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To get to the house, start by heading towards downtown. Once you reach downtown, take a right turn onto Place Saint Michel, which leads towards Quimper. Keep going for approximately 200 meters, and you will find the house right in front of the public primary school.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 55 70 oui




  • Château de Trévarez: Located about 10 km north of Châteauneuf du Faou, this magnificent castle is surrounded by beautiful gardens and offers a glimpse into the extravagant lifestyle of the early 20th-century French aristocracy.
  • Canal de Nantes à Brest: Running through Châteauneuf du Faou, this historic canal offers picturesque views and opportunities for cycling or walking along its towpaths. It is a popular spot for boating and fishing as well.
  • Menez Hom: Standing at 330 meters, Menez Hom is the highest peak in Brittany and offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. It is a great destination for hiking and nature enthusiasts.
  • Huelgoat Forest: Situated approximately 25 km northeast of Châteauneuf du Faou, this enchanting forest is known for its massive granite boulders, moss-covered trees, and mystical atmosphere. It is a popular spot for hiking and exploring its unique rock formations.
  • Quimper: Located about 30 km south of Châteauneuf du Faou, Quimper is a charming city known for its well-preserved medieval quarter, stunning cathedral, and traditional Breton architecture. It is also famous for its pottery and offers numerous museums and cultural attractions.
  • Pointe du Raz: Situated on the westernmost tip of Brittany, Pointe du Raz is a breathtaking natural site known for its rugged cliffs, crashing waves, and stunning coastal panoramas. It is a designated UNESCO Grand Site and offers scenic walking trails.
  • Locronan: This picturesque village, situated approximately 35 km northwest of Châteauneuf du Faou, is renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture and charming cobblestone streets. It is often used as a filming location for period movies.
  • Concarneau: Located about 50 km southwest of Châteauneuf du Faou, Concarneau is a fortified coastal town known for its historic walled city, beautiful beaches, and bustling fishing port. Visitors can explore the ramparts, visit the fishing museum, or relax on the sandy shores.
  • Océanopolis: Situated in Brest, approximately 60 km northwest of Châteauneuf du Faou, Océanopolis is a popular ocean discovery park. It features various aquariums showcasing marine life from different regions, educational exhibits, and interactive displays. 10. Pont-Aven: This picturesque village, located about 60 km south of Châteauneuf du Faou, is famous for its association with the Pont-Aven School of art. Visitors can explore art galleries, indulge in delicious pastries, and admire the scenic views along the Aven River.