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Pascal Brossard
7 Chemin du Tertre Gatinais
Saint Briac


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price from €434






Description for B&B:

To ensure you feel warmly greeted, we offer four double rooms with the option of twin beds (90x200) or double beds (160x200). Each room includes a private bath or shower, and one is specially equipped for disabled individuals. Our room themes include "beach," "boat," "nature," and "sun." Start your day with a delightful breakfast served in the dining room, or if you prefer, bask in the morning sun while enjoying your meal on the lawn just outside your room. Additionally, by making a reservation, you can indulge in the ultimate relaxation experience in our sauna and spa room.

Description for Gite

We are delighted to offer you two cozy cottages, each consisting of two bedrooms, perfect for accommodating up to four people. Our cottages, namely "Cottage Sea" and "Cottage Nature," are thoughtfully furnished with twin beds (90x200) or double beds (160x200), and feature a well-appointed bathroom with a bathtub, a convenient kitchenette equipped with electric plates, a small refrigerator, a microwave, and all the necessary dishes for four individuals. Additionally, there is a dining area where you can enjoy your meals. Please note that breakfast service is not included in the cottages. However, upon reservation, you can indulge in our relaxation room, complete with a sauna and spa facilities.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 434 434 24 oui
(3 pers.)
2 113 113
Holiday Home 2 200 200


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  • Saint-Malo: Located just 10 kilometers away, Saint-Malo is a historic walled city known for its stunning coastline, medieval architecture, and charming narrow streets. Explore the fortifications, visit the beautiful Saint-Malo Cathedral, or relax on one of the picturesque beaches.
  • Dinard: Situated across the Rance River estuary, Dinard is a popular seaside resort renowned for its Belle Époque villas, sandy beaches, and vibrant promenade. Enjoy a stroll along the beautiful Plage de l'Écluse or visit the Casino Barrière for some entertainment.
  • Mont Saint-Michel: A UNESCO World Heritage site, Mont Saint-Michel is an iconic abbey perched on a rocky island. Marvel at the stunning Gothic architecture, explore the narrow streets, and enjoy panoramic views of the surroundings. This must-visit attraction is approximately 60 kilometers away.
  • Cap Fréhel: Located about 30 kilometers from Saint Briac, Cap Fréhel offers breathtaking coastal views and picturesque cliffs. Take a scenic hike along the well-marked trails, visit the lighthouse, and enjoy the stunning natural beauty of the area.
  • Cancale: Known as the "oyster capital," Cancale is a charming coastal town famous for its fresh seafood and oyster farms. Explore the harbor, indulge in delicious seafood dishes at one of the local restaurants, or take a boat trip to visit the oyster beds.
  • Dinan: Situated along the banks of the River Rance, Dinan is a medieval town that exudes charm with its half-timbered houses, cobblestone streets, and fortified walls. Visit the 13th-century Château de Dinan, stroll along the Rue du Jerzual, or explore the beautiful Port of Dinan.
  • Rennes: As the capital of Brittany, Rennes is a vibrant city with a rich history and a lively cultural scene. Explore the historic center with its stunning half-timbered houses, visit the Rennes Cathedral, or enjoy the many museums and art galleries the city has to offer.
  • Fort La Latte: Situated along the spectacular Emerald Coast, Fort La Latte is a medieval fortress that offers stunning views of the sea. Take a guided tour of the castle, walk along the ramparts, and immerse yourself in the history of this impressive site.
  • Dol-de-Bretagne: Located about 25 kilometers from Saint Briac, Dol-de-Bretagne is a small town with a rich architectural heritage. Visit the grand Dol Cathedral, stroll through the charming streets lined with medieval houses, and explore the town's charming squares and gardens. 10. Château de Combourg: This picturesque castle, located approximately 30 kilometers from Saint Briac, is famously associated with French writer François-René de Chateaubriand. Explore the castle's elegant rooms, learn about its history, and enjoy the beautiful surrounding parkland.

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