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Liz Lamour
Le Mourvet Noir


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Experience the idyllic charm of our self-catering holiday cottages nestled amidst the serene Brittany countryside. These quaint little stone cottages are perfect for couples or small groups of up to 6 people seeking a romantic and peaceful getaway. Immerse yourself in the enchanting ambiance, where every corner exudes timeless allure. Whether you desire a romantic weekend retreat, a brief escape, or an extended stay, our cottages offer the perfect haven. Additionally, surprise your loved ones with the gift of a memorable experience through our delightful gift vouchers.


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To reach Plélo, exit the RN 12 Rennes - Brest dual carriageway at Plélo, specifically at the La Braguette exit. Follow the signs for Plélo D 79. At the first crossroads, turn left and then take the first left entrance.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Holiday Home 4 75 95 450 575 20 non


Disabled Access
Animals Allowed


  • Saint-Brieuc: Located about 15 kilometers from Plélo, Saint-Brieuc is a charming city known for its historic center, medieval architecture, and beautiful beaches. Visitors can explore the Saint-Étienne Cathedral, stroll along the picturesque Rue de l'Apport, and enjoy a relaxing day at Plérin Beach.
  • Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast): Situated approximately 50 kilometers from Plélo, the Côte de Granit Rose is a stunning coastline famous for its unique pink granite rock formations. Visitors can admire the striking landscapes, take leisurely walks along the coastal paths, and visit the charming towns of Perros-Guirec and Trégastel.
  • Cap Fréhel: Located around 55 kilometers from Plélo, Cap Fréhel is a dramatic headland boasting breathtaking cliffs and panoramic views of the sea. It is an ideal spot for nature lovers and hikers who can explore the coastal trails, visit the lighthouse, and marvel at the diverse bird species inhabiting the area.
  • Fort La Latte: Situated close to Cap Fréhel, Fort La Latte is a medieval castle perched on a cliff overlooking the sea. Dating back to the 14th century, this well-preserved fortress offers a fascinating glimpse into the region's history. Visitors can explore the castle's towers, admire the scenic surroundings, and enjoy guided tours.
  • Dinan: Located about 30 kilometers from Plélo, Dinan is a beautifully preserved medieval town with narrow cobblestone streets and half-timbered houses. Visitors can wander through the town's charming center, explore the ramparts, and visit the 13th-century Château de Dinan. The town also offers boat trips along the River Rance.
  • Paimpol: Situated approximately 45 kilometers from Plélo, Paimpol is a picturesque fishing port renowned for its maritime heritage. Visitors can stroll along the harbor, visit the Musée de la Mer (Maritime Museum), and discover the historic shipyards. Paimpol also hosts an annual festival celebrating traditional sea shanties.
  • Binic: Located around 20 kilometers from Plélo, Binic is a delightful coastal town known for its sandy beaches and charming harbor. Visitors can enjoy sunbathing, swimming, and various water activities. The town also offers a range of seafood restaurants, cafés, and shops along its lively promenade. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, including historical landmarks, natural beauty, coastal scenery, and cultural heritage, ensuring an enjoyable visit to the Plélo area in France.

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