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Jean-michel Zimmer
9 Feunteun Ar Menez


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Welcome to Lanvéoc en Presquîle de Crozon, where you can enjoy a year-round stay at our ecological solid wood house. Minimum stay of 2 nights.

Our house is ideally located, just 300m from the coastal path and on the GR34, and only 800m from the beautiful Lanvéoc beach.

We offer two non-smoking bedrooms:

- "Atlantic": This room offers a stunning view of the bay of Brest and can accommodate 1 to 2 people. It features high-quality bedding (160 x 200) and cozy down comforters (2 x 135 x 200).

- "Piano": With a view of the bay of Brest, this room can accommodate 1 to 2 people and is equipped with a piano. The room offers high-quality bedding (180 x 190) and comfortable down comforters (2 x 135 x 200).

Our house also includes one bathroom with a shower (linen included) and a separate toilet. You can relax and enjoy the breathtaking view of the Brest bay on our large terrace. For an additional fee, you can also indulge in our sauna (€25 per hour per person, €9 per additional person, €3 towel).

Start your day with a delicious breakfast, mostly made from organic products, served in our cozy living room by the fire in winter or on the terrace with a view of the sea, weather permitting. Upon request, we also offer table d'hôtes with organic vegetarian cuisine, featuring fresh garden vegetables.

Our house has a separate entrance and a large garden with a play area for both young and old, including swings, table tennis, and badminton. Parking is available, and please note that pets are not allowed.

Nearby, you will find convenient amenities such as three restaurants, including one by the sea, a bakery, butcher, grocery store, pharmacy, and more.

We also invite you to check out our ecological trailers for another unique accommodation experience on our website:


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  • Rade de Brest: Located near Lanvéoc, Rade de Brest is a stunning natural harbor that offers breathtaking views of the sea and surrounding landscapes. Visitors can enjoy boat rides, fishing, and peaceful walks along the coastline.
  • Fort de Bertheaume: Situated on a rocky island overlooking the sea, Fort de Bertheaume is a historic fortress that dates back to the 17th century. It offers guided tours, exhibits on its military history, and a suspension bridge connecting it to the mainland.
  • Oceanopolis: Located in Brest, Oceanopolis is a popular aquarium and marine discovery center. It features various ecosystems, including polar, tropical, and temperate marine environments, where visitors can observe a wide range of marine species.
  • Brest Castle: This medieval fortress in Brest is a must-visit for history enthusiasts. It houses the National Maritime Museum, showcasing artifacts and exhibitions related to naval history. The castle also offers panoramic views of the city and the harbor.
  • Pointe Saint-Mathieu: Situated on a rocky headland, Pointe Saint-Mathieu is home to an ancient abbey and a lighthouse. Visitors can explore the abbey ruins, climb the lighthouse for panoramic views, and enjoy scenic coastal walks.
  • Crozon Peninsula: The Crozon Peninsula is a picturesque area known for its scenic beauty and stunning beaches. It offers opportunities for hiking, water sports, and enjoying the unspoiled nature of the region.
  • Morgat Beach: Located on the Crozon Peninsula, Morgat Beach is a popular destination for sunbathing and water activities. Its clear blue waters and sandy shores make it an ideal spot for relaxation and enjoying the coastal scenery.
  • Menez-Hom: Menez-Hom is a mountain in the Crozon Peninsula that offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Visitors can hike to the summit and enjoy breathtaking vistas of the peninsula, Brest harbor, and the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Locronan: This charming village is renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Strolling through the narrow cobbled streets, visitors can admire the beautiful stone houses and visit the Saint-Ronan Church, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. 10. Peninsula of Roscanvel: Situated south of Lanvéoc, the Peninsula of Roscanvel is known for its rugged cliffs, hidden coves, and picturesque landscapes. It offers opportunities for hiking, birdwatching, and enjoying the unspoiled coastal scenery. These tourist attractions near Lanvéoc offer a mix of natural beauty, historical sites, and cultural experiences, providing visitors with a diverse range of options to explore and enjoy.

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