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Joelle Guillauma
Plounevez Lochrist


1 reviews

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price from €50






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Welcome to our beautiful 150m2 home in Plounevez lochrist, where relaxation awaits you in our luxurious balneotherapy bathtub. Perfect for your French holiday accommodation or a stopover on your journey, our English-speaking hosts will ensure your stay is enjoyable all year round. Located just 27 km from Roscoff ferry port, 35 km from Brest airport, and only 7 km from the sandy beaches of Plouescat, our home is conveniently situated.

After a peaceful night in your quiet and comfortable bedroom or family suite, you can indulge in a regional or improved breakfast served in our family dining room. Our facilities include a luxurious bathroom with a balneo bathtub, electric heating in all rooms, and electric rolling shutters on windows and doors. For your convenience, we provide tea and coffee making facilities, a complimentary bottle of water, and sweets or biscuits. Stay connected with free Wi-Fi access and take advantage of our parking for caravans.

Outside, you can relax at our garden table with chairs, a parasol, and a BBQ, while enjoying our large lawned garden with apple trees and decorative plants. If you're looking for leisure activities, nearby options include Roscoff thalassotherapy, seaside activities on Plouescat and neighboring beaches, horse riding, visiting neighboring castles, hiking, farm visits, and enjoying the local casino, cinema, and shopping. You can also immerse yourself in the local culture by attending regional music festivals, dances, and dinners organized by local associations.

Our rates are as follows: 40 euros for the Rose bedroom, 50 euros for the Tulip bedroom with balneotherapy, and 60 euros for the family suite with balneotherapy. We can't wait to welcome you and look forward to seeing you soon. A bientot!


Appréciations pour Frede, Plounevez Lochrist:

Sejour très agréable
Review by: Evelyne et Patrick, Avr 27 2017 10:17PM
Chambre d'hôtes impeccable avec très belle salle de bain et située dans un secteur très calme.. Accueil très gentil, professionnel et discret. A recommander.

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