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Marie-Noëlle Le Roux
23 Rue de la Rochenn


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Description for B&B:

Located in South Brittany, there are two cozy bed and breakfast accommodations available for up to four people. With an abundance of activities to choose from including rambling, cycling, sailing, surfing, and golfing, there is no shortage of things to do. Additionally, this is an excellent location for exploring the surrounding region, with must-visit destinations such as Carnac, Quiberon, Pont-Aven, and Concarneau nearby.

Description for Gite

Experience a cozy en-suite gite featuring two charming bedrooms - a delightful double room and a comfortable twin room. Both bedrooms share a lovely sitting room, perfect for relaxation and socializing. Conveniently, a well-appointed bathroom serves both bedrooms. Located in a serene and tranquil area, our bed and breakfast is also just a short distance away from the mesmerizing sea.


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To get to my house, follow these travel directions: Take Lorient from RN165, then head towards Larmor-Plage. Once in Larmor-Plage, follow the signs for Centre de Kerpape. My house is located about 100 meters away from the Centre de Kerpape.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 50 50 oui
(3 pers.)
3 70 70 oui




  • Fort Bloqué Beach: Located just a short distance from Rue de la Rochenn, Fort Bloqué Beach is a beautiful sandy beach with clear waters. It offers stunning views of the nearby fort and is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports.
  • Île de Groix: This picturesque island is accessible by a short ferry ride from the nearby port of Lorient. Île de Groix is known for its rugged coastline, charming villages, and scenic hiking trails. Visitors can explore the island's rich maritime history, enjoy the beautiful beaches, and indulge in delicious seafood.
  • Lorient Submarine Base: Situated in the city of Lorient, the Lorient Submarine Base is a historic site that played a significant role during World War II. Today, it houses the fascinating Keroman Submarine Museum, where visitors can explore real submarines, learn about their operations, and discover the history of underwater warfare.
  • Port-Louis Citadel: Located in the coastal town of Port-Louis, the Citadel is a well-preserved 17th-century fortress. Visitors can explore its ramparts, visit the Naval Museum, and admire the panoramic views of the harbor. The Citadel also hosts various cultural events and exhibitions throughout the year.
  • Carnac Stones: A short drive from Ploemeur, the Carnac Stones are one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world. This collection of ancient megalithic stones dates back to around 4500 BC and is shrouded in mystery. Visitors can take guided tours to learn about their significance and explore the alignments, dolmens, and tumuli.
  • Pont-Scorff Zoo: Situated in the nearby town of Pont-Scorff, this zoo is home to over 600 animals from around the world. It offers a unique and educational experience for visitors of all ages, with various animal presentations, feeding sessions, and a playground for children.
  • Quiberon Peninsula: Located on the southern coast, the Quiberon Peninsula is a popular tourist destination known for its stunning beaches, rugged cliffs, and charming coastal towns. Visitors can enjoy swimming, surfing, and sailing, as well as exploring the quaint shops, restaurants, and art galleries in towns like Quiberon and Saint-Pierre-Quiberon.
  • Port-Louis Beach: Situated next to the Port-Louis Citadel, this sandy beach offers a tranquil and scenic setting for relaxation. It is a favorite spot for locals and visitors alike, with calm waters, golden sand, and a promenade lined with cafés and restaurants.
  • Hennebont Medieval City: Located a short drive from Ploemeur, Hennebont is a medieval town with well-preserved fortifications and charming cobblestone streets. Visitors can explore the historic ramparts, visit the 15th-century Basilica of Notre-Dame-de-Paradis, and wander through the picturesque town center filled with shops and cafés. 10. Guidel Beach: Situated just a few kilometers from Ploemeur, Guidel Beach is a long stretch of sandy coastline popular for its great surfing conditions. The beach is backed by sand dunes and offers a peaceful atmosphere, making it a great spot for sunbathing, picnicking, and coastal walks.

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