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Gaelle Luco Tregros
10, rue Ker Coz


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price from €60






Description for B&B:

Each of the spacious rooms in our accommodation features its own ensuite bathroom, a comfortable 140/190 cm bed, and the option of an additional bed. Guests have direct access to a fully equipped kitchen, a dining room/lounge area, a TV room, and a library.

Our property offers a variety of amenities for your convenience, including a garden with a playground, shaded areas, garden furniture, a barbecue, and a garage for bicycles.

Located nearby, you will find the beautiful destinations of Perros-Guirec and the Côte de Granit Rose (25 km), Paimpol/Brehat and the Trégor-Goëlo Coast (18 km), the Gorse Coast with Port-Blanc (8 km), Plougrescant and the natural wonder of Goufre (9 km), the Furrow of Talbert and the Wild Peninsula (10 km), Le Chateau de la Roche-Jagu (12 km), and Armoriparc (20 km).

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to welcoming you soon.


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By car: Start by heading west on RN 12 (towards Brest) from Rennes until you reach Guingamp. Once in Guingamp, take the Kernilien exit to reach Plouisy / Tréguier.

By train: If you're starting from Montparnasse in Paris, take the Paris-Brest train. This train will stop at St-Brieuc, Guingamp (30 km away), Lannion (18 km away), and Paimpol (18 km away). From any of these stops, you can then take bus line No. 7, which will directly take you to the Tréguier marina or the Republic Square, which is within walking distance of your destination.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 60
(3 pers.)
2 78 10


Swimming Pool
Animals Allowed


  • Tréguier Cathedral: Located just a short distance from your address, Tréguier Cathedral is a stunning example of Gothic architecture. Built in the 14th century, the cathedral features intricate stone carvings and beautiful stained glass windows.
  • Jardins de Kerdalo: Situated in nearby Plouguiel, the Jardins de Kerdalo is a picturesque garden that spans over 17 acres. With its meticulously maintained flowerbeds, meandering paths, and unique plant species, it offers a peaceful retreat for nature lovers.
  • Château de la Roche-Jagu: This medieval castle, located in Ploëzal, is perched on a hill overlooking the Trieux River. The castle is surrounded by stunning gardens and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Inside, you can explore its furnished rooms and learn about the history of the castle.
  • Sillon de Talbert: A natural phenomenon, Sillon de Talbert is a narrow, 3-kilometer-long sandbar jutting out into the English Channel. This unique geological formation attracts visitors who come to walk along the sandy path and enjoy panoramic views of the sea.
  • Côte de Granit Rose: Known as the Pink Granite Coast, this stretch of coastline is located near Perros-Guirec. Admire the impressive rock formations sculpted by the wind and sea, which have a distinctive pink hue. Take a scenic walk along the coastal path or relax on one of the sandy beaches.
  • Île-de-Bréhat: Accessible by ferry, Île-de-Bréhat is a charming island off the coast of Paimpol. Known as the "Island of Flowers," it is renowned for its colorful gardens, scenic walking trails, and picturesque lighthouses. Explore the island by foot or rent a bicycle to discover its hidden gems.
  • Château de Tonquédec: Located in Tonquédec, this medieval castle dates back to the 12th century. Steeped in history, it offers guided tours that take visitors through its ancient halls, towers, and defensive walls. Enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside from the castle's ramparts.
  • La Roche-Jagu Abbey: Situated in the village of Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, this former Benedictine abbey is now a cultural center. The abbey hosts art exhibitions, workshops, and concerts, and its stunning waterfront location makes it a peaceful spot to relax and enjoy the serene surroundings.
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