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Hélène Gompertz
241, Rue Feunteunigou


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Description for B&B:

We have three different rooms available for your stay.

First, we have the African room, which features one queen-sized bed (160/200) and a mezzanine with one single bed (90/180). The room has a private shower-room and toilet.

Next, we have the Bamboo room, which offers either one king-sized bed (160/200) or two separate beds. It also has a private shower-room and toilet.

Lastly, we have the Shadock room, perfect for families. It is located on the ground floor and has one queen-sized bed (160/200) and a child's bed made of forged iron, as well as three single beds (90/200). The room has a private shower-room and toilet.

All of our rooms are independent and can be accessed from the garden.


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To travel from Plomeur to Penmarc, it will take approximately an hour and cover a distance of 3 km. Once you reach Penmarc, make a right turn towards the sign indicating the bed and breakfast. On your return journey from Penmarc to Plomeur, head towards the direction of the chapel dela madeleine and continue following the small signs that will lead you to the hosts' accommodation.





  • Phare d'Eckmühl: Located in Penmarc'h, this iconic lighthouse stands at a height of 58 meters and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the rugged coastline. Visitors can climb to the top and learn about its fascinating history.
  • Musée de la Préhistoire Finistérienne: Situated in Penmarc'h, this museum showcases the rich prehistoric heritage of the Finistère region. It houses an impressive collection of archaeological artifacts, including tools, pottery, and burial objects.
  • Pointe du Raz: About a 30-minute drive from Penmarc'h, Pointe du Raz is a rugged headland known for its dramatic cliffs and stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a popular spot for hiking, birdwatching, and enjoying the untamed beauty of nature.
  • Phare de la Vieille: Located near Pointe du Raz, this historic lighthouse stands on a rocky islet and dates back to 1887. Although it is no longer operational, it remains an impressive sight and offers a glimpse into the maritime history of the area.
  • Musée des Beaux-Arts de Quimper: Situated in Quimper, approximately a 30-minute drive from Penmarc'h, this art museum houses an extensive collection of European paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts. It is known for its collection of works by local artists.
  • Locronan: A picturesque village about a 40-minute drive from Penmarc'h, Locronan is renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Visitors can wander through its cobbled streets, admire the charming granite houses, and explore the Saint-Ronan Church.
  • Île de Sein: Accessible by boat from Penmarc'h, Île de Sein is a small island known for its unspoiled nature and tranquil atmosphere. Visitors can stroll along its sandy beaches, discover traditional fishermen's houses, and savor fresh seafood at local restaurants.
  • Odet River: Flowing through the town of Quimper, the Odet River offers scenic boat trips and peaceful walks along its banks. It is surrounded by lush greenery and magnificent historic buildings, providing a serene escape from the bustling city.
  • Pont-Aven: Located about an hour's drive from Penmarc'h, Pont-Aven is a charming riverside town famous for its association with artists, including Paul Gauguin. Visitors can explore art galleries, wander through the streets lined with colorful houses, and enjoy the tranquil beauty of the Aven River. 10. Château de Keriolet: Situated in Concarneau, approximately a 40-minute drive from Penmarc'h, this beautiful castle dates back to the 19th century. It offers guided tours, showcasing its elegant interiors, stunning gardens, and fascinating history.

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