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Raphaelle et Philippe Talpe
Le Val Ory


1 reviews

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price from €81






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The Val Ory presents three charming and generously sized rooms ("gingembre", "safran", and suite "piment") that exude character, featuring delightful decor. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom, and there is a family suite with its own separate entrance, as well as a loft designed for two individuals.


Appréciations pour Domaine du Val Ory, Iffendic:

Excellent souvenir de ce séjour.
Review by: Dany BABIN, Mai 29 2011 10:37AM
Très bon accueil, table excellente, chambre avec douche, wc le tout en parfait état (neuf). Une hôtesse efficace, discrète et d'une grande gentillesse. Séjour trop court. Nous reviendrons!

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To reach the destination, follow these revised travel directions:
1. Head towards Saint Brieuc on the Rennes Express Way (N12).
2. Take the exit for Bedee.
3. Proceed in the direction of Iffendic for approximately 6 km.
4. Once in Iffendic, follow the signs for Domaine du Tremelin (D61).
5. After traveling 2 km, you will see a sign indicating "Le Val Ory" on your right. Follow the road for 800m.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 81 81 15 oui
(3 pers.)
1 75 80 15 oui
Apartment 2 65 780 15 oui


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  • Brocéliande Forest: Located in Paimpont, just a short distance from Le Val Ory, Brocéliande Forest is known for its enchanting landscapes and rich Arthurian legends. Visitors can explore the forest's walking trails, ancient trees, and mythical sites like the Fountain of Barenton and the Tomb of Merlin.
  • Château de Comper: Situated within Brocéliande Forest, Château de Comper is a medieval castle that offers a fascinating glimpse into the region's history and legends. It houses the Centre de l'Imaginaire Arthurien, a museum dedicated to Arthurian tales, where visitors can learn about the knights of the Round Table and other mythical characters.
  • Les Menhirs de Monteneuf: Just a short drive from Le Val Ory, Les Menhirs de Monteneuf is an open-air archaeological site featuring a collection of standing stones dating back to the Neolithic period. Visitors can stroll through the site, enjoying the serene countryside while contemplating the mysteries surrounding these ancient megaliths.
  • La Gacilly: Located along the banks of the River Aff, La Gacilly is a charming village known for its connection to the world of photography. It hosts the renowned La Gacilly Photo Festival, where visitors can explore numerous outdoor exhibitions showcasing the works of renowned photographers amidst beautiful natural surroundings.
  • Rennes: As the capital city of Brittany, Rennes is a vibrant destination with a rich historical and cultural heritage. Visitors can explore the charming old town with its half-timbered houses, visit the impressive Rennes Cathedral, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the Place des Lices, home to a bustling Saturday market.
  • Josselin Castle: Situated in the medieval town of Josselin, this stunning castle dates back to the 11th century and is known for its impressive architecture and picturesque location on the banks of the Nantes-Brest Canal. Visitors can take guided tours of the castle, explore its beautiful gardens, and learn about its captivating history.
  • Saint-Malo: Located on the coast of Brittany, Saint-Malo is a fortified city renowned for its historic ramparts and beautiful beaches. Visitors can stroll along the city walls, explore the narrow streets of the old town, and visit attractions like the Saint-Malo Cathedral and the Fort National, which offers panoramic views of the city and the sea.
  • Mont Saint-Michel: Although a bit further from Le Val Ory, Mont Saint-Michel is worth a visit for its unique beauty and historical significance. This UNESCO World Heritage site is an island commune topped by a medieval abbey, surrounded by mesmerizing tidal waters. Visitors can explore the abbey, wander through the narrow streets, and experience the magic of this iconic landmark. These are just a few of the many tourist attractions near Le Val Ory, offering a diverse range of experiences from nature and history to culture and legend.

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