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Agnès Halbin
7 Rue de La Gougeonnais
La Richardais



1 reviews

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price from €95






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Experience the beauty of the Brittany region in Dinard and St Malo with a stay at the charming La Gougeonnais guest rooms. Set in a historic mansion dating back to 1870, Agnes & Etienne warmly welcome guests to indulge in a refined and elegant atmosphere. Start your day with a delightful French breakfast and, on occasion, join the hosts at their guest table for a taste of regional specialties. This unique experience fosters opportunities for cultural exchange and exploration of the stunning Emerald Coast and the scenic Rance river.


Appréciations pour La Gougeonnais, La Richardais:

Very pleasant stay
Review by: Gijs van de Wiel, Sep 1 2013 12:14AM
We had a very pleasant stay. The hosts are very nice people with good dips and advises about the neighborhood.

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Upon reaching the entrance of Saint Malo, proceed towards Dinard - Rance Dam on D168. After passing the dam, make a right turn at the first traffic light onto D114, leading to La Gougeonnais. Continue driving for approximately 300 meters until you reach No. 7, situated on the left side.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 95 570


Disabled Access
Animals Allowed


  • Saint-Malo: Located just 5 kilometers away from La Richardais, Saint-Malo is a historic walled city known for its charming cobblestone streets, medieval architecture, and stunning beaches. Explore the old town, visit the Saint-Malo Cathedral, and take a walk along the city walls for breathtaking views of the sea.
  • Mont Saint-Michel: Situated approximately 50 kilometers from La Richardais, Mont Saint-Michel is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of France's most iconic landmarks. This medieval abbey, perched on a rocky island, offers a unique and picturesque experience. Explore the narrow streets, visit the abbey, and enjoy the stunning panoramic views.
  • Dinan: Located about 20 kilometers from La Richardais, Dinan is a well-preserved medieval town with charming half-timbered houses, cobblestone streets, and a picturesque riverfront. Visit the 13th-century Dinan Castle, walk along the ramparts, and explore the lively town center filled with shops, cafes, and artisan boutiques.
  • Dinard: Situated just across the Rance River from La Richardais, Dinard is a popular seaside resort known for its Belle Époque architecture, sandy beaches, and vibrant waterfront promenade. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Plage de l'Ecluse, visit the beautiful gardens of Villa Strassburger, and admire the stunning views from the Pointe du Moulinet.
  • Fort La Latte: Located about 40 kilometers from La Richardais, Fort La Latte is an impressive medieval fortress perched on a cliff overlooking the sea. This well-preserved castle offers stunning views of the coastline and provides a fascinating glimpse into the region's history. Explore the castle grounds, visit the chapel, and take in the dramatic scenery.
  • Cap Fréhel: Situated approximately 45 kilometers from La Richardais, Cap Fréhel is a breathtaking headland known for its rugged cliffs, heathland, and lighthouse. Take a scenic hike along the coastal path, visit the lighthouse for panoramic views, and marvel at the impressive birdlife that inhabits the area.
  • Château de Combourg: Located about 25 kilometers from La Richardais, the Château de Combourg is a medieval fortress nestled on the shores of a lake. This castle, which inspired French writer François-René de Chateaubriand, offers guided tours that allow visitors to explore its rich history and admire its stunning architecture and beautiful gardens.
  • Cancale: Situated approximately 15 kilometers from La Richardais, Cancale is a charming coastal town famous for its oyster farming and seafood. Stroll along the picturesque harbor, indulge in freshly caught oysters at one of the local restaurants, and enjoy the beautiful views of the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring historic towns to enjoying coastal landscapes and indulging in local cuisine.

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