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Francette Juhel
Le Boussou


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price from €60






Description for B&B:

Come and experience a tranquil retreat in our beautiful house with a secluded private courtyard. Located near the picturesque towns of Saint Malo, Dinard, Dinan, Cancale, and Mont Saint Michel, and just 1 hour away from Cape Frehel, our cozy abode is also conveniently situated only 8km from Dol de Bretagne.

During your stay, you will be provided with two comfortable rooms: one furnished with a double bed, and another with a double bed and a single bed. To start your day off right, a delicious breakfast will be served, and you will have access to your own private bathroom.

For any additional information or special requests, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We look forward to hosting you!


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To get to Plerguer, which is conveniently located near major roads, you can follow these travel directions:

If you are coming from Paris, head towards Saint Malo and continue towards Rennes until you reach St Malo. If you are coming from Caen, take the exit towards Dol de Bretagne.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 60
(3 pers.)
1 60 15




  • Mont Saint-Michel: Located approximately 30 kilometers from Le Boussou, Mont Saint-Michel is an iconic medieval abbey situated on a rocky island. It attracts millions of visitors each year who come to admire its stunning architecture and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding bay.
  • Saint-Malo: Situated around 15 kilometers from Le Boussou, Saint-Malo is a historic walled city with charming narrow streets, ancient ramparts, and beautiful sandy beaches. Visitors can explore its old town, visit the Saint-Malo Cathedral, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of its bustling harbor.
  • Dinan: Located about 35 kilometers from Le Boussou, Dinan is a picturesque medieval town that is famous for its well-preserved half-timbered houses and cobblestone streets. Visitors can explore its impressive castle, walk along the ramparts, and enjoy views of the Rance River.
  • Cancale: Situated approximately 35 kilometers from Le Boussou, Cancale is a charming coastal town known for its oyster farms and delicious seafood. Visitors can stroll along its scenic harbor, taste fresh oysters, and enjoy panoramic views of the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel.
  • Dol-de-Bretagne: Located about 10 kilometers from Le Boussou, Dol-de-Bretagne is a historic town with a rich architectural heritage. Highlights include the Dol Cathedral, the Mont Dol hill offering panoramic views, and the charming medieval streets lined with traditional houses.
  • Château de Combourg: Situated around 20 kilometers from Le Boussou, the Château de Combourg is an impressive castle that dates back to the 12th century. It is famous for being the childhood home of French writer François-René de Chateaubriand and offers beautiful gardens and guided tours.
  • Cobac Parc: Located approximately 10 kilometers from Le Boussou, Cobac Parc is an amusement and water park suitable for families. It offers a variety of rides, slides, and attractions, including a water playground, roller coasters, and mini-golf.
  • Cap Fréhel: Situated about 60 kilometers from Le Boussou, Cap Fréhel is a breathtaking coastal headland known for its dramatic cliffs and stunning views. Visitors can explore the nature reserve, hike along the coastal trails, and admire the lighthouse perched on the edge of the cliffs.
  • Les Rochers-Sévigné: Located approximately 25 kilometers from Le Boussou, Les Rochers-Sévigné is a beautiful castle surrounded by a vast estate with landscaped gardens. It is renowned for being the ancestral home of the Sévigné family, known for their correspondence with renowned French philosophers and writers. 10. La Cité d'Aleth: Situated about 15 kilometers from Le Boussou, La Cité d'Aleth is an archaeological site that was once an important religious center in ancient times. Visitors can discover the remains of a Romanesque church, explore the ruins, and enjoy panoramic views of the sea and Saint-Malo.