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Marie-Odile et ean-françois Lestang
10 Rue De Park Bras


1 reviews

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price from €1522





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Description for B&B:

The gîte welcomes families, couples, hikers, and cyclists who are following the GR34 route.

Room rates:
- Danaoch (sea view / shared bathroom): 2 people = $65 per night (breakfast included)
- Trois Moutons (shared bathroom): 2 people = $60 per night (breakfast included)
- Beniguet (sea view / private bathroom): 2 people = $70 per night (breakfast included)
- Sainte-Marguerite (sea view / bathroom): 2 people = $90 per night, 3 people = $100 per night, 4 people = $115 per night (breakfast included)

Jean-François offers a generous breakfast with local products.

In addition, travelers have free access to the professional kitchen to prepare their own lunch and/or dinner. To cover the costs of electricity, water, and gas, Jean-François kindly requests a modest contribution of $5 per person per day. Travelers are expected to keep the kitchen clean after each use.

The atmosphere at the gîte is friendly and welcoming until 10 p.m. Guests can enjoy reading novels about the Breton region, playing card games, or challenging other travelers to a game of table football. There is also a self-service music enclosure where everyone can play their preferred music, respecting other guests, of course. Numerous deckchairs are available for those who wish to relax in the sun on the various terraces surrounding the building.

With its prime location, limited number of rooms, picturesque sea view, and the cheerful attitude of Jean-François and his team, your stay at the gîte will be a comforting and soothing experience.

Description for Gite

The gîte welcomes a maximum of 12 people in groups, from the end of October until April. You have the option to book for either one or two weeks. During your stay, you will have full access to all areas of the house.


Appréciations pour Le Clos Des Abers, Saint-pabu:

A recommander
Review by: Annie & Thierry , Juil 30 2020 7:05AM
Tout est parfait : le cadre, la chambre avec terrasse, le petit déjeuner très copieux et avec des produits frais, l'accueil chaleureux de Marie Odile et Jean François, le sourire et la bonne humeur de leurs "aides de camp" (petit clin d'oeil aux filles)

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You can reach the destination in two ways: by train (30 minutes by car from Brest Station) or by plane (20 minutes by car from Guipavas Airport). Jean-François offers transportation service from both the station and the airport for a fee of 40 euros for up to 4 people. To avail this service, kindly inform him at least 2 days prior to your arrival.



Property type Quantity
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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Notes: Trois Moutons (shared bathroom): for 2 people = 60 / night - Danaoch (sea view / shared bathroom): for 2 people = 65 / night - Beniguet (sea view / private bathroom): for 2 people = 70 / night.
Notes: Breakfast included
Apartment 1 120 120 10
Holiday Home 1 300 500


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