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Lucien Huon
3 Le Krec'h


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Description for B&B:

Approximately 35 m² apartments located in a separate house from the owner. These apartments offer a car park, garden with furniture, and a sea view.

The interior consists of two main areas: a kitchen with cooking facilities and a living room with a sofa bed. There is also a bedroom with a double bed and the option to add a baby bed or a single folding bed.

The bathroom includes a washbasin, bidet, and a shower, while the toilet is separate. Additional amenities include electric heating, a color television, and access to laundry facilities. Barbecue facilities are also available on the premises.


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To reach Lannion, start your journey from Paris and make stops at Rennes, Saint Brieuc, Guingamp, and finally, Lannion.




  • Ploumanac'h Lighthouse: Located just 3 kilometers from Trélévern, Ploumanac'h Lighthouse is a picturesque landmark situated on the Pink Granite Coast. It offers stunning views of the surrounding cliffs and the turquoise waters of the English Channel.
  • Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast): This stretch of coastline, known for its unique pink granite rock formations, is a must-visit for nature lovers. Enjoy scenic walks along the coastal paths, explore hidden coves, and marvel at the pink-hued cliffs that have made this area famous.
  • Perros-Guirec: A charming seaside town, Perros-Guirec is located approximately 6 kilometers from Trélévern. It boasts beautiful sandy beaches, vibrant harbor views, and a bustling town center with shops, restaurants, and cafes.
  • Île de Bréhat: Situated just off the coast, Île de Bréhat is a stunning archipelago known for its unspoiled natural beauty. Explore the car-free island by foot or bicycle, visit the charming village, and discover secluded beaches and picturesque gardens.
  • Trégastel: Located around 8 kilometers from Trélévern, Trégastel offers a variety of attractions, including the Aquarium Marin de Trégastel, where visitors can observe a wide range of marine life. The town is also known for its beautiful beaches, hiking trails, and the enchanting Vallée des Traouïero ravine.
  • Château de la Roche-Jagu: Situated on the banks of the Trieux River, Château de la Roche-Jagu is a magnificent medieval castle surrounded by lush gardens. Take a guided tour of the castle, explore the extensive grounds, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Paimpol: Located approximately 25 kilometers from Trélévern, Paimpol is a charming fishing port with a rich maritime history. Stroll along the picturesque quayside, visit the Musée de la Mer (Museum of the Sea), and sample delicious seafood at one of the many waterfront restaurants.
  • Côte de Goëlo: This scenic coastal area offers breathtaking views, rugged cliffs, and charming fishing villages. Explore the picturesque villages of Binic, Saint-Quay-Portrieux, and Étables-sur-Mer, or simply enjoy a leisurely drive along the coastal road.
  • Abbaye de Beauport: Situated near Paimpol, Abbaye de Beauport is a well-preserved Cistercian abbey dating back to the 13th century. Discover the fascinating history of the abbey, explore the tranquil gardens, and admire the beautiful architecture. 10. Lannion: Located approximately 10 kilometers from Trélévern, Lannion is a historic town with a picturesque old town center. Explore the narrow cobbled streets, visit the 14th-century Église de Brélévenez, and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the weekly market.

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