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Eric Hamon
10 Quai De Toul Hery


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Welcome to Plestin-les-Grèves, a picturesque town nestled on the border of Côtes dArmor and Finistère, right by the Channel and the enchanting Douron estuary. Here, Eric and Cathy eagerly await your arrival at their charming establishment offering four cozy guest rooms and two well-appointed studios.

Whether you seek a romantic weekend getaway, a memorable family or friends' vacation, a convenient stopover during a thrilling hike, or even a prolonged stay to truly immerse yourself in the beauty of this region, the choice is yours. Just drop your suitcases and let us take care of the rest.


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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
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4 70 150 350 550


Animals Allowed


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