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2 Rue Joseph Conrad - Ile Grande
Pleumeur Bodou


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Experience luxury on the ground floor of our guesthouse, complete with a private entrance. Indulge in a lavish accommodation featuring a well-appointed bedroom and a private bathroom. The bedroom boasts a king size bed, along with thoughtful amenities such as a courtesy tray and wifi access. Step into the bathroom, adorned with an enchanting indoor garden, a multi-jets shower, and exquisite mosaics and pebbles. Additionally, a toilet is conveniently available.

Please note that our room is strictly non-smoking and we regretfully do not allow pets. Start your day with a delectable organic "gourmand" breakfast, specially crafted to satisfy your palate. Parking near the guesthouse is readily available, ensuring convenience during your stay.


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GPS coordinates: 48°4758"N / 3°3441"E

Travel directions:
1. Depart from Lannion and head towards Pleumeur-Bodou / Ile Grande (Enez Veur) on D21.
2. Pass through Pleumeur-Bodou and continue towards Penvern until you reach the coast.
3. Take a left turn, followed by a right turn, and continue until you reach Ile Grande.
4. Once you reach the top of the village, turn left and cross the village (church).
5. Follow the street named Rue du Port downhill.
6. At 11 rue du Port, take a left turn to find the small street named Rue Joseph Conrad.



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  • Parc du Radôme: Located just a short distance from your location, Parc du Radôme is a unique tourist attraction that offers a combination of science, technology, and natural beauty. It is home to the famous Pleumeur-Bodou telecommunications station, which played a significant role in the development of satellite communications. Visitors can explore the interactive exhibits, enjoy the panoramic views, and learn about the history of telecommunications.
  • Planetarium de Bretagne: Situated in Pleumeur-Bodou, the Planetarium de Bretagne is a popular tourist spot for astronomy enthusiasts and families alike. This modern planetarium offers captivating shows about space exploration, the solar system, and the universe. With its state-of-the-art equipment and immersive displays, visitors can journey through the cosmos and gain a deeper understanding of our universe.
  • Village Gaulois: Just a short drive away is the Village Gaulois, a reconstructed ancient Gaul village that provides a unique insight into the Celtic civilization. Visitors can wander through the village's thatched-roof huts, interact with costumed characters, and participate in various activities such as archery, pottery, and traditional crafts. It's an entertaining and educational experience for both children and adults.
  • Côte de Granit Rose: The stunning Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast) is a must-visit attraction near your location. This picturesque stretch of coastline features unique rock formations with hues ranging from pink to orange. Take a leisurely stroll along the coastal footpaths, relax on the sandy beaches, or explore the charming seaside towns such as Perros-Guirec and Ploumanac'h, which are known for their vibrant atmosphere and breathtaking scenery.
  • Phare de Ploumanac'h: Located along the Pink Granite Coast, the Phare de Ploumanac'h is a magnificent lighthouse that stands on a rocky promontory. With its stunning location and panoramic views, it is considered one of the most beautiful lighthouses in Brittany. Visitors can climb to the top for a bird's-eye view of the coastline and enjoy the rugged beauty of the surrounding landscape.
  • Village de Poul-Fetan: A short drive inland will take you to the Village de Poul-Fetan, an open-air museum that showcases rural life in Brittany during the 19th century. This living history village allows visitors to step back in time and experience traditional activities such as bread-making, blacksmithing, and farming. It's a great place to immerse yourself in the region's rich cultural heritage.
  • Château de Tonquédec: Situated near Lannion, the Château de Tonquédec is a medieval fortress that dates back to the 13th century. This well-preserved castle offers a glimpse into the region's feudal past. Visitors can explore the impressive towers, walk along the ramparts, and learn about the castle's history through informative displays. The surrounding parkland and forest provide a peaceful setting for a leisurely stroll. These attractions near your location offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical sites and natural wonders to interactive museums and cultural villages. Whether you're interested in history, science, or simply enjoying beautiful landscapes, there's something for everyone to enjoy in this area of France.

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