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Renée Gay
3 Route de Lescoat
Plounevez Lochrist


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Price per night:

price from €65






Description for B&B:

- Outdoor amenities:
? Garden
? Terrace
? Barbecue
? Outdoor furniture
? Sun loungers
? Children's games
? Parking

Description for Gite

- Amenities available in the cottage include a microwave, washing machine, dryer, television, internet access, fireplace, ping pong table, and a baby bed.
- Nearby attractions and activities include an ice rink, public swimming pool, swimming, sailing, surfing, fishing, horseback riding, canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, thalassotherapy, tennis, golf, cinema, discotheque, and a casino.
- The cottage is conveniently located near the towns of Roscoff, Plouescat, St Pol de Léon, Brest, and Morlaix.
- Popular tourist destinations in the area include Roscoff, Ile de Batz, Ouessant, Molène, Le Conquet, and Océanopolis.


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Notes: Room for 4 persons 24m² bathroom toilet. 2 bed (s) for 2 people Price per night: 60 € - 60 €. - Rates include breakfast. - Discount possible.
Notes: Room for 2 people 15m² bathroom toilet. 1 bed (s) for 2 people Price per night: 55 € - 55 €. - Rates include breakfast. - Discount possible.


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  • Parish Enclosure of Saint-Thégonnec: Located in Saint-Thégonnec, this magnificent architectural complex features a stunning church, a calvary, an ossuary, and an impressive triumphal arch. The intricate sculptures and historical significance make it a must-visit attraction.
  • Château de Kerjean: Situated in Saint-Vougay, this Renaissance-style castle is a true gem of Brittany. Explore its well-preserved rooms, admire the beautiful gardens, and learn about the castle's fascinating history through informative exhibits.
  • Morlaix Viaduct: Spanning over the town of Morlaix, this impressive railway viaduct offers breathtaking panoramic views. Walk across the viaduct or take a train ride to appreciate the engineering marvel and the picturesque surroundings.
  • Cairn of Barnenez: Known as the "Stonehenge of Brittany," this prehistoric burial mound is one of the oldest megalithic monuments in Europe. Explore the chambers and admire the ancient stone structures that date back to over 6,000 years ago.
  • Huelgoat Forest: Located in the Armorique Regional Natural Park, Huelgoat Forest is a mystical woodland with enchanting rock formations, waterfalls, and a legendary moss-covered boulder called the "Trembling Rock." Enjoy walking trails and immerse yourself in the magical atmosphere.
  • Landerneau: This charming town boasts a rich heritage and is home to the Fonds Hélène & Édouard Leclerc contemporary art center. Explore the picturesque old town, visit the historic Pont de Rohan, and immerse yourself in the vibrant art scene.
  • Océanopolis: Situated in Brest, Océanopolis is a large ocean discovery park that offers a fascinating insight into the marine world. Explore the different pavilions, including tropical, polar, and temperate zones, and learn about the various ecosystems and marine species.
  • Pointe de Pen-Hir: Located in Camaret-sur-Mer, this dramatic cliff formation offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Marvel at the rugged coastline, visit the iconic Cross of Pen-Hir, and enjoy coastal walks in this picturesque natural setting.
  • Quimper: Known for its well-preserved medieval center, Quimper is the capital of the Finistère department. Visit the impressive Gothic-style Quimper Cathedral, explore the charming cobblestone streets lined with half-timbered houses, and admire the traditional pottery in the Henriot-Quimper factory. 10. Menez-Hom: This prominent mountain in the Armorique Regional Natural Park provides panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, coastline, and islands. It is a popular spot for hiking, paragliding, and enjoying the scenic beauty of Brittany. These attractions offer a mix of historical, natural, and cultural experiences, allowing visitors to delve into the beauty and diversity of the Plounevez Lochrist area and its surroundings.

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