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Pascal Baldit
13 Place De La Liberté


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Located in a picturesque coastal village along the corniche, nestled between Morlaix and Carantec, lies a charming Romanesque church, the tree of freedom (dating back to 1794), as well as grand mansions and historical castles that serve as monuments of the past.

This accommodation offers a variety of rooms spread across different floors. On the ground floor, there is a cozy bedroom named Armeline with a double bed, accompanied by a modern shower room and toilet featuring a convenient walk-in shower. Moving up to the first floor, there is a small living room and two bedrooms on each side. The Deliesce room boasts a comfortable double bed and a private bathroom with toilet. Meanwhile, the Blandices room offers a spacious 160x200 bed and its own bathroom and toilet facilities. On the second floor, there is a sitting room and two bedrooms on each side. The La Bluette room provides a comfortable double bed and an attached bathroom with toilet. Lastly, the Callaïde room offers two single beds and its own bathroom and toilet.

To enhance the experience, guests can also opt for the host table, which can accommodate up to 18 people with prior reservation.


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Latitude: 48°37.500
Longitude: -3°51.639

Coming from Rennes N 12, take the exit towards Roscoff/ St Pol de Léon/ St Martin des Champs on D19.

At the roundabout, take the second exit onto D19 towards Roscoff/ St Pol de Léon/ Carantec/ Henvic/ Taulé.

Continue on D58.

Take the exit onto D769 towards Tauté/ Penzé/ Locquénolé.

Turn left onto D769.

Turn left onto D73.

At the roundabout, take the second exit onto D73A.

Turn left onto Place de la Liberté.

Continue on Place de la Liberté to reach "LOCQUENOLE".



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 70 80 15
(3 pers.)
3 95


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