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Nathalie Busson
Le Cosquer
St Thegonnec


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If you're looking for an authentic Breton experience, the Little House is the perfect choice for a memorable night. Step into the Renaissance era as you enter the meticulously designed Weaver's room, which beautifully captures the abundance of that period. The nautical-themed Captain Britain room serves as a delightful reminder that the sea is always within reach.


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St Thégonnec is conveniently located on the RN 12, making it easily accessible by road and rail. The TGV station in Morlaix is only a 15-minute drive away. For those coming by sea, the Roscoff ferry terminal from the United Kingdom and Ireland is just 40 minutes away. If you prefer to fly, the Brest-Guipavas airport is only 35 minutes away and offers flights to major cities like Paris, Lyon, and Marseille. Whether you are visiting the Arrée region to enjoy the scenic views or heading to the nearby coast, reaching St Thégonnec is a breeze.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 60 60 OUI
(3 pers.)
1 65 65 10 OUI


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  • Parish Enclosure of Saint-Thégonnec: Located in the town of Saint-Thégonnec, this stunning religious site features a 16th-century church and an impressive calvary. The intricate stone carvings and beautiful architecture make it a must-visit attraction for history and art enthusiasts.
  • Morlaix: A charming town located just a few kilometers away, Morlaix offers a picturesque old town with half-timbered houses and cobbled streets. Explore the Viaduct, visit the imposing Saint-Melaine Church, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the Saturday market.
  • Cairn of Barnenez: Situated near Plouezoc'h, the Cairn of Barnenez is one of the oldest megalithic monuments in Europe. This Neolithic burial mound dates back to 4500 BC and offers a fascinating glimpse into ancient history. Wander through the chambers and admire the impressive stone structures.
  • Château de Kerjean: Located in Saint-Vougay, this Renaissance-style castle is a true architectural gem. Explore the beautifully furnished rooms, stroll through the gardens, and learn about the history of the castle through interactive exhibits. Regular events and exhibitions add to the allure of this historical site.
  • Armorique Natural Regional Park: Just a short drive from Le Cosquer, this breathtaking natural park offers stunning landscapes, including forests, moors, and coastal areas. Hiking trails, cycling routes, and picnic spots provide ample opportunities for outdoor activities and relaxation.
  • La Roche-Maurice: This medieval village is perched on a hilltop overlooking the Elorn River. Explore its narrow streets, visit the 15th-century Church of Saint Yves, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The village also hosts an annual medieval festival, bringing the past to life.
  • Oceanopolis: Located in Brest, Oceanopolis is a popular ocean discovery park that combines education and entertainment. Explore the different pavilions dedicated to tropical, polar, and temperate marine environments, encounter various species of marine life, and learn about ocean conservation.
  • Quimper: A historic city known for its well-preserved medieval center, Quimper is a delightful place to visit. Admire the stunning Gothic Cathedral of Saint-Corentin, wander through the charming streets lined with traditional half-timbered houses, and explore the fascinating museums and art galleries.
  • Pointe de Pen-Hir: Situated on the Crozon Peninsula, this dramatic coastal promontory offers breathtaking views of cliffs, rocky formations, and the Atlantic Ocean. Take a scenic hike along the coastal path, visit the World War II memorial, and marvel at the natural beauty surrounding you. 10. Locronan: This picturesque village is often referred to as one of the most beautiful in France. Its well-preserved medieval houses, cobbled streets, and charming squares create a unique atmosphere. Explore the Saint-Ronan Church, visit local artisan shops, and soak in the historic ambiance of this enchanting place.

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