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Philippe Danquin
29 Boulevard De Kerpezdron


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price from €135


02 23 17 32 39


06 48 61 49 68


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Experience the allure of Breton life in our collection of four suites, ranging from 30m2 to 40m2, with one conveniently located on the ground floor. Immerse yourself in the tantalizing flavors of the region, indulging in traditional pancakes and savoring the freshness of locally caught crustaceans. Allow us the pleasure of welcoming you to our spacious and inviting suites, nestled within a vast garden. Your stay with us promises to be an enchanting and intimate escape, creating cherished memories for years to come.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 135 190


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  • Dinard: Situated on the opposite side of the Rance Estuary, Dinard is a charming seaside resort town that offers picturesque beaches, a scenic promenade, and magnificent Belle Époque villas. Visitors can also enjoy the stunning views from the Pointe du Moulinet and visit the famous Dinard Casino.
  • Mont Saint-Michel: Although a bit further away, Mont Saint-Michel is a must-visit attraction near Saint-Lunaire. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a medieval abbey perched atop a rocky island. The picturesque village surrounding the abbey is a maze of narrow streets, shops, and restaurants, providing a unique and magical experience.
  • Cap Fréhel: Located along the Emerald Coast, Cap Fréhel is a dramatic headland with towering cliffs and breathtaking coastal views. Visitors can take a scenic walk along the coastal path, explore the lighthouse, and witness the diverse birdlife in the area.
  • Fort La Latte: Situated near Cap Fréhel, Fort La Latte is a medieval fortress dating back to the 14th century. This well-preserved castle offers stunning views of the sea and provides a glimpse into the region's history.
  • Grand Aquarium Saint-Malo: For those interested in marine life, the Grand Aquarium in Saint-Malo is a popular attraction. It boasts an impressive collection of marine species from around the world, including sharks, sea turtles, and colorful tropical fish.
  • Château de Dinan: Located in the charming town of Dinan, the Château de Dinan is a medieval fortress that offers panoramic views of the town and the Rance River. The castle also houses a museum showcasing the history of the region.
  • Cancale: Known as the "oyster capital" of Brittany, Cancale is a picturesque fishing village famous for its fresh seafood, particularly oysters. Visitors can indulge in delicious seafood dishes, explore the charming harbor, and take in the beautiful coastal scenery. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical landmarks and breathtaking natural beauty to seaside resorts and culinary delights.

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