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Abrassart Eric et Florence
Coet er Bigot
Saint Tugdual


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We offer a spacious double room with a private bathroom and toilet. Additionally, there is the flexibility to include a cot for families with a young child.


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To reach the equestrian tourism center, follow these revised travel directions: From the Faouet Gourin Guéméné ScorffDe lorient Roscoff triangle, take the route towards Rostrenen St Caradec Trégomel and Croisty. At Tugdual St, continue straight for 3 km until you reach a junction. Take a left turn at the top of one side and proceed towards the center of equestrian tourism. Take a left turn twice after that.



Property type Quantity
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Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 42 42 12 oui


Animals Allowed


  • Pontivy Castle: Located in the nearby town of Pontivy, this medieval castle is a must-visit attraction. It offers a fascinating glimpse into the region's history and boasts beautiful architecture and stunning views of the surrounding area.
  • Abbey of Bon Repos: Situated in Saint-Gelven, just a short drive from Coet er Bigot, the Abbey of Bon Repos is a Cistercian monastery dating back to the 12th century. Visitors can explore its ruins, stroll through its peaceful gardens, and learn about its historical significance.
  • Lake Guerlédan: A picturesque lake located near the town of Mur-de-Bretagne, Lake Guerlédan offers a range of recreational activities. From hiking and cycling to water sports like kayaking and sailing, this scenic spot provides ample opportunities for outdoor adventure and relaxation.
  • Josselin Castle: Situated in the charming town of Josselin, Josselin Castle is a magnificent medieval fortress known for its distinctive architecture and rich history. Visitors can explore its impressive interior, stroll through its well-manicured gardens, and enjoy panoramic views from its towers.
  • Forêt de Quénécan: Located close to Mur-de-Bretagne, the Forêt de Quénécan is a vast forested area that offers numerous hiking trails, mountain biking routes, and nature walks. It is an ideal destination for nature lovers, providing a peaceful environment and breathtaking landscapes.
  • Les Roches du Diable (Devil's Rocks): Found in the commune of Plémet, Les Roches du Diable is a geological site featuring impressive granite rock formations. Visitors can hike through the area, marvel at the unique shapes and sizes of the rocks, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Lorient: Located on the coast, Lorient is a vibrant city known for its maritime heritage and cultural offerings. It features museums, such as the Submarine Base and the City of Sailing Eric Tabarly, as well as beautiful beaches, lively markets, and a variety of festivals throughout the year.
  • Carnac Megaliths: A bit further away but worth a visit, the Carnac Megaliths are a collection of prehistoric standing stones located in Carnac. This unique archaeological site is one of the most extensive in the world, with over 3,000 ancient stones arranged in rows and clusters. These attractions offer a variety of experiences, from exploring castles and historical sites to enjoying outdoor activities and immersing oneself in local culture.

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