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Yvette Le Moign
14, Rue des écoles
Loguivy de La Mer



2 reviews

Price per night:

price from €55






Description for B&B:

We offer two rooms with double beds and en-suite bathrooms, as well as a separate room with two single beds and a private toilet corner. These rooms are located on the upper floor of the house.


Appréciations pour Le Petit Ruisseau, Loguivy de La Mer:

vacances du 22 aout au 29 aout 2015
Review by: bonneville, Aou 30 2015 9:00PM
personne très sympathique.beaucoup de connaisances sur la bretagne et ses alentours .
une nuit de passage
Review by: S and S, Aou 12 2015 9:06PM
Accès à chercher un peu. Accueil chaleureux. Partage de connaissance de la Bretagne. Famille très sympathique. Chambre et sdb privative juste à côté confortable et propre. On recommande.

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To get to Arcouest from Paimpol, follow these directions: Drive through Paimpol towards Arcouest. At the first traffic circle as you leave Paimpol, take the road towards Loguivy of the sea. Continue for about 3 km until you reach the entrance of the village. Take the first right onto the street. Keep going until you reach a stop sign, then turn right. After about 50 meters, you will have arrived.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 55 60 oui


Animals Allowed


  • Ploubazlanec: Located just a short distance from Loguivy de La Mer, Ploubazlanec is a charming coastal town known for its picturesque harbor and stunning views of the sea. Visitors can enjoy walking along the waterfront, exploring the local shops and restaurants, or taking a boat trip to the nearby island of Bréhat.
  • Paimpol: Situated on the banks of the River Trieux, Paimpol is a vibrant port town that offers a mix of maritime history, cultural heritage, and natural beauty. The town is home to a bustling marina, charming old streets lined with traditional houses, and a variety of museums and galleries. Paimpol is also famous for its annual Sea Shanty Festival, where visitors can enjoy live music and traditional Breton festivities.
  • Abbaye de Beauport: A short drive from Loguivy de La Mer, the Abbey of Beauport is a magnificent Cistercian abbey dating back to the 13th century. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and overlooking the sea, the abbey offers a peaceful and serene atmosphere for visitors to explore. Guided tours are available to learn about the history and architecture of this historic site.
  • Île-de-Bréhat: Known as the "Island of Flowers," Île-de-Bréhat is a small archipelago located off the coast of Paimpol. Accessible by boat, this car-free island is a paradise for nature lovers with its colorful gardens, rugged coastline, and scenic walking trails. Visitors can rent bicycles or take a leisurely stroll to discover the island's unique charm and enjoy breathtaking views.
  • Plouha Cliffs: Situated approximately 15 kilometers from Loguivy de La Mer, the Plouha Cliffs offer awe-inspiring coastal scenery and breathtaking panoramic views. These cliffs are the highest in Brittany, reaching up to 104 meters above the sea. Hiking trails allow visitors to explore the cliffs and enjoy the stunning vistas of the rugged coastline and the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Château de la Roche-Jagu: Located near Ploëzal, the Château de la Roche-Jagu is a medieval fortress set amidst beautiful gardens overlooking the Trieux River. The castle houses a museum dedicated to the history and heritage of the region, and its grounds provide a peaceful setting for walks and picnics. Guided tours are available to learn about the castle's architecture and the surrounding landscape. These attractions offer a range of experiences, from coastal beauty and historical sites to cultural events and natural wonders, ensuring that visitors to Loguivy de La Mer have a variety of options to explore in the surrounding area.

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