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jean yves hirvoas
640 Mogueran Izella


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Located 30 km north of Brest, this enchanting place is known as the land of the Abers, including Abers Benoît, Abers Wrack, and Abers Ildut. It is a captivating land that is embraced by the tides, rich in saintly history and legendary tales.

Our accommodation offers comfortable guest rooms, with the capacity to host up to 5 people in 2 suites. One suite is conveniently situated on the ground floor, accessible through a private corridor. It consists of a spacious 20 m² room furnished with a 160X200 cm bed, a cozy lounge area, and an attached bathroom. Additionally, there is a 9 m² room with a 90x190 cm bed, a separate toilet, and a shared bathroom for both rooms.

The second suite can be found upstairs, featuring a charming 14 m² bedroom equipped with a 160X200 cm bed and a small bathroom. Adjacent to it is a 9 m² bedroom with a lounge area and a separate toilet. Both suites are accessible through private corridors, ensuring privacy and tranquility.

Indulge in our delightful breakfasts, which offer a variety of sweet and savory options, while enjoying a breathtaking view of the sea. Our guests can also take advantage of the garden furniture, deckchairs, and a boules and pétanque court to enhance their leisurely experience.

The nightly rates for our accommodations include breakfast. However, please note that a tourist tax will be added for individuals aged 18 and above, according to the current rate. We kindly request that our guests refrain from smoking in the house, and unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate pets due to hygiene reasons.

Our rates for high season are as follows: 149 euros for 1 or 2 people, 199 euros for 3 people, and 245 euros for 4 people. For other seasons, our rates are: 89 euros for 1 or 2 people, 125 euros for 3 people, and 160 euros for 4 people.


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To reach Brest, head towards Bourg Blanc, Lannilis, and Plouguerneau.
If you are in the downtown area, follow the route towards Plouguerneau, Mogueran, and Izella.



Property type Quantity
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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Notes: If the two rooms are not used by 2 people, the 3-person rate is applied,
(3 pers.)
1 125 199




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