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Fulbert & Ariadne
6 Route des Perdrix


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Description for B&B:

This charming stone house, situated in the old south, offers breathtaking panoramic views of the picturesque wooded hills and the tranquil Trieux river. With four guest rooms available, it can comfortably accommodate up to 15 people. Additionally, there is a separate cottage suitable for 2 to 4 guests, featuring a double bedroom and a sofa bed in the living room. The property boasts direct access to the river Trieux, with its garden and private forest leading to the sea. The nearby marina of Lézardrieux is conveniently close, making it perfect for those who wish to bring their own boat. Furthermore, it is an ideal location for kayaking, diving, fishing, or embarking on expeditions to the beautiful Brehat Island. This character-filled property also features a charming trail, ensuring a peaceful and serene atmosphere throughout your stay.

Description for Gite

Enjoy a delightful ground floor cottage with a charming view of the marina and a beautiful garden. Experience the convenience of parking right in front of your door.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 90 100 20 Oui
(3 pers.)
3 110 120 20 Oui
Apartment 1 80 140 20
Holiday Home 1 310 550




  • Château de la Roche-Jagu: Located just a short distance from Lezardrieux, this stunning medieval castle offers panoramic views of the Trieux estuary. Visitors can explore the castle's well-preserved rooms, stroll through its beautiful gardens, and enjoy various cultural events held throughout the year.
  • Paimpol: A charming coastal town, Paimpol is known for its picturesque harbor and maritime heritage. Visitors can wander through its narrow streets lined with traditional houses, visit the bustling fish market, and enjoy delicious seafood at one of the many waterfront restaurants.
  • Île-de-Bréhat: Situated off the coast of Paimpol, Île-de-Bréhat is a stunning archipelago known for its remarkable landscapes. Visitors can take a ferry to the island and explore its rugged coastline, scenic trails, and colorful flowers. The island is car-free, making it the perfect place for a peaceful retreat.
  • Abbaye de Beauport: This beautifully preserved Cistercian abbey dates back to the 13th century and is located near Paimpol. Visitors can admire its impressive architecture, explore its expansive grounds, and learn about its rich history through informative exhibitions.
  • Ploumanac'h Lighthouse: Situated in Perros-Guirec, approximately an hour's drive from Lezardrieux, this iconic lighthouse stands proudly on the Pink Granite Coast. Its stunning location amidst unique rock formations makes it a popular spot for photographers and nature lovers.
  • Trieux Valley Steam Train: Take a nostalgic journey aboard a vintage steam train that runs along the picturesque Trieux River. This scenic ride offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside, charming villages, and historic viaducts.
  • Jardin de Kerdalo: Nestled in the heart of the Brittany countryside, this enchanting garden is a true horticultural gem. With its diverse collection of rare plants, well-manicured lawns, and tranquil atmosphere, Jardin de Kerdalo is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts.
  • La Roche-Jagu Gardens: Adjacent to the Château de la Roche-Jagu, these gardens offer a delightful blend of formal and wild landscapes. Visitors can explore the various themed gardens, including a rose garden, orchard, and woodland area, while enjoying stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Tréguier: A historic town located along the banks of the Jaudy River, Tréguier is known for its charming medieval streets and impressive cathedral. Visitors can wander through its quaint squares, visit the cathedral's beautiful cloisters, and explore the town's rich architectural heritage. 10. Plougrescant: This small coastal village is famous for its unique rock formations, particularly the "Gouffre" and the "Maison du Gouffre," a house wedged between two large rocks. Visitors can enjoy scenic walks along the rugged coastline and marvel at the natural wonders this area has to offer.

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