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Monique Saillard
21 Rue De Lantrennou
Saint Pol De Léon


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You are warmly invited to stay at our charming Breton house, which is conveniently situated near the city center, beaches, and just 5 km away from Roscoff. We have three peaceful and tranquil rooms available, where you can enjoy a delicious breakfast. Our lovely garden is perfect for relaxation or enjoying a delightful outdoor lunch. For your convenience and peace of mind, we also offer private parking.

Saint Pol de Léon, a former bishopric, boasts a stunning cathedral and the magnificent Kreisker church, both of which we highly recommend visiting. Additionally, you will find the delightful Grande Rue and charming local shops, creating a pleasant and enjoyable neighborhood atmosphere.

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  • Cathédrale Saint-Paul-Aurélien: Located in the heart of Saint Pol de Léon, this stunning cathedral is a must-visit attraction. Built in the 13th century, it features impressive Gothic architecture and beautiful stained glass windows.
  • Jardin Exotique et Botanique de Roscoff: Situated just a short drive away in Roscoff, this exotic garden offers a unique collection of plants from various parts of the world. Visitors can stroll through beautiful pathways, admire colorful flowers, and enjoy panoramic views of the sea.
  • Île de Batz: Accessible by a short boat ride from Roscoff, Île de Batz is a small island known for its scenic beauty. Explore its sandy beaches, charming village, and picturesque lighthouse while enjoying the tranquility of this island getaway.
  • Château du Taureau: Located near Carantec, this 16th-century fortress is situated on a small island in the Bay of Morlaix. Visitors can take a guided tour of the castle and learn about its fascinating history and strategic importance during various conflicts.
  • Cairn of Barnenez: About a 30-minute drive from Saint Pol de Léon, this prehistoric site is one of the oldest and largest megalithic mausoleums in Europe. Explore the chambers and admire the impressive stone structures dating back to 4500 BC.
  • Morlaix Old Town: Just a short distance away, Morlaix is a charming town with a picturesque old town area. Explore its narrow cobblestone streets, timber-framed houses, and the iconic Viaduc de Morlaix, a towering railway viaduct.
  • La Maison Penanault: Located in Roscoff, this historic house turned museum offers a fascinating insight into the traditional maritime life of the region. Discover the rich seafaring heritage through various exhibits, artifacts, and interactive displays.
  • Plage de Carantec: A popular beach destination near Saint Pol de Léon, Carantec offers a beautiful stretch of sandy shoreline. Visitors can relax on the beach, enjoy water sports, or hike along the coastal trails for breathtaking views.
  • Saint-Pol-de-Léon Market: Experience the vibrant local culture by visiting the weekly market in Saint Pol de Léon. Browse through stalls filled with fresh produce, regional specialties, and local crafts while immersing yourself in the lively atmosphere. 10. Château de Kerjean: Situated near Plouescat, this well-preserved Renaissance-style castle is worth a visit. Explore its grand rooms, beautiful gardens, and learn about the history of the castle through informative exhibits and guided tours.

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