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Jean Marie Brun
Chambres d'hôtes de charme


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price from €98






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Nestled in a serene and tranquil setting, just a short 10-minute drive from the mesmerizing sea, we warmly welcome you to our cozy abode in Ar Run. Situated between the quaint villages of Plufur and Lanvellec, we invite you to experience the enchantment of staying at the balcony of Rosanbo castle. Our charming and passionately renovated farmhouse offers two delightful rooms - Brittany Romance (adorned in shades of blue and grey) and Brittany Passion (embellished in vibrant purple and red hues) - eagerly awaiting your arrival. As our esteemed guest, you will also enjoy complimentary access to our rejuvenating Hammam, and should you desire, indulge in soothing massages upon request.


Appréciations pour Ar Run, Plufur:

Un week-end de ressourcement à Ar Run
Review by: Luc & Alain, Fev 4 2009 7:10PM
Dans la campagne Bretonne encore vraie, un endroit chaleureux et agréable.
Plein de petites attentions et de prévenance...
Merci et chapeau bas

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To reach Ar Run Chambres dhotes from Saint Brieuc, take the exit Beg ar Chra from national road 12. From there, continue in the direction of Plouaret and Lanvellec. Follow the signs for "Chateau de Rosanbo" and proceed along the road after passing through the castle gate. Keep following the road until you see the sign indicating Plufur. Take the first left turn onto Ar Run Chambres dhotes.



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