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Frederic Langlois
16 Place des 3 Frères Coant


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price from €190






Description for B&B:

This 18th / 19th century Breton house underwent a complete renovation in 2014. It offers accommodation for 2 people and 1 infant. Situated in the heart of the Armorique Regional Natural Park, it is renowned for its opportunities for fishing, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, folklore, and dance. The property is conveniently located between the Arrée Mountains, Huelgoat, and Morlaix.

The house is nestled in a quiet village, Scrignac, with no through traffic.

On the ground floor, you will find a fully equipped kitchen, a comfortable living room, and a bathroom with a walk-in shower and toilet.

The mezzanine, with a ceiling height of 1.86m, offers a cozy sleeping area with a double bed.

Additional amenities include electric heating, a washing machine, a TV with DVD player, and a microwave.

Outside, there is an enclosed terrace where you can relax on the comfortable lounge furniture, sunbathe on the deck chairs, and enjoy meals cooked on the barbecue.

Bed sheets are provided for your convenience.


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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Holiday Home 1 190 350


Animals Allowed


  • Huelgoat Forest (9.6 km): Located in the nearby town of Huelgoat, this enchanting forest is known for its ancient trees, picturesque trails, and stunning rock formations. Visitors can explore the legendary Chaos of Huelgoat, a collection of massive boulders and hidden caves, making it a popular spot for hiking and picnicking.
  • Monts d'Arrée (16.5 km): Situated in the heart of Brittany, Monts d'Arrée is a mountain range offering breathtaking landscapes and panoramic views. It provides excellent hiking opportunities, including trails that lead to the summit of Roc'h Ruz, the highest peak in the region. Explore the moorland, discover ancient stone circles, and enjoy the tranquility of nature.
  • Morlaix (27.9 km): A charming town located on the coast of Brittany, Morlaix is famous for its picturesque viaduct and half-timbered houses. Explore the historic city center and visit the Morlaix Museum, housed in a 16th-century mansion, to learn about the town's rich history. Don't miss the Saturday market, where you can find local produce and traditional crafts.
  • Locquirec (40.2 km): Nestled on the Pink Granite Coast, Locquirec is a scenic seaside village with sandy beaches, charming harbor, and stunning coastal views. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the promenade, relax on the beach, or try various water sports such as sailing or kayaking. Don't forget to sample delicious seafood in one of the local restaurants.
  • Château de Trévarez (43.8 km): Located near Saint-Goazec, this magnificent castle is surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland. Built in the late 19th century, the castle features a unique mix of architectural styles. Explore the well-manicured gardens, visit the art exhibitions held within the castle, and admire the stunning views from its terrace.
  • Quimper (50.9 km): Known as the cultural capital of Brittany, Quimper is a picturesque town renowned for its well-preserved medieval center and stunning Gothic cathedral. Explore the narrow streets lined with traditional half-timbered houses, visit the Musée des Beaux-Arts to admire its impressive collection, and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the town's restaurants and cafes.
  • Concarneau (60.1 km): Located on the south coast of Brittany, Concarneau is a fortified town known for its historic walled city, the Ville Close. Take a walk along the fortified walls, visit the Musée de la Pêche to learn about the town's fishing heritage, and enjoy fresh seafood in one of the many seafood restaurants.
  • Pointe du Raz (91.5 km): Situated on the westernmost point of Brittany, Pointe du Raz is a rugged and dramatic headland that offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Take a walk along the coastal paths, visit the interpretation center to learn about the area's natural and cultural heritage, and admire the wild beauty of the cliffs and sea stacks. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring ancient forests and mountains to discovering historic towns and stunning coastal scenery.