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Prigent Thomas
14 Rue De L'elorn



3 reviews

Price per night:

price from €55



06 52 31 88 07

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Description for B&B:

Our accommodation features a spacious room with a comfortable double bed, an ensuite bathroom, toilet amenities, fresh linen, a separate toilet, and a delightful library. Additionally, we provide modern amenities such as a TV, high-speed wifi, and a kettle for your convenience. You can also benefit from private parking facilities and the option to securely store bicycles or any other bulky belongings.


Appréciations pour Moulin du Tourous, Plouedern:

Review by: Stéphanie Frédéric , Juin 6 2022 6:57PM
Nous avons été chaleureusement accueillis par l'hôte Thomas, qui nous a spontanément conseillé des coins à visiter, c'est plaisant...l'endroit est très sympa avec une ancienne bâtisse très bien restaurée et un jardin bucolique. On ne boude pas notre plaisir ense posant et quand le soleil est au rendez-vous c'est encore mieux...en bref un très bon séjour
Je recommande
Review by: Hélène, Nov 13 2016 3:07PM
Très bon accueil, chambre très agréable, propre et chaleureuse.
L'extérieur semble agréable également, mais il pleuvait lors de notre séjour.
Nuit au Moulin de Tromeur Landerneau
Review by: Renard, Avr 21 2016 8:03PM
Excellent accueil, chambre et lieu tres agreables. Bonne localisation. Acces a la ville a pied en longeant l ´Elorn. A recommander.
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Merci, pour tous ces compliments!

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To get to our house in Landerneau by car, start from the city center. Drive through the town towards Landivisiau (D712) along the Elorn River, which will be on your right. After passing the inhabited bridge, continue for 1.3km, passing through three roundabouts. Then, take a left turn onto Went Elorn just before the store "ELECTRICITY, GERARD MEVEL." Drive for 100m and you will see the house at the fork. There is a small stabilized parking lot right in front of the house where you can park.

If you prefer to travel by train, you can take the train to Gare de Landerneau. Our house is located only 1.5km away from the train station.

For those arriving by plane, you can reach our house from the Brest-Guipavas airport, which is approximately 15km away.



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extra bed
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