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Vincent Maher
61 La Lande De Pellan


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0789 042841


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Le Domaine de LArche is situated in a serene and picturesque location, yet conveniently close to an exceptional French Restaurant that serves locally sourced produce. Our guests have found our location to be perfect for exploring the enchanting historic towns and stunning beaches in the surrounding area.

We are in close proximity to Dinan, a charming town renowned for its 3km long ramparts, charming half-timbered houses, captivating port, and cobblestone streets filled with art galleries and craft shops. There is also a vibrant weekly market to explore. The breathtaking northern coastline, with its pristine sandy beaches at St Briac, St Lunaire, St Cast, and Cancale, is just a short 30 to 40-minute drive away. Additionally, the vibrant cities of St Malo and Rennes can be reached within approximately 35 minutes by car.

For nature enthusiasts, there are numerous scenic walks and cycle trails in the vicinity. The Rance river is also nearby, offering beautiful walking paths and a cycling route. Visitors can easily rent bicycles, boats, and canoes from nearby establishments.

Each room at Le Domaine de LArche has been meticulously styled to provide accommodation that is not only well-equipped and furnished to a high standard, but above all, comfortable.


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Notes: Each suite has 2 bedrooms, private bathroom and private living room.




  • Château de Dinan: Located in the town of Dinan, about 15 kilometers from Plouasne, Château de Dinan is a well-preserved medieval fortress that offers stunning panoramic views over the Rance River. Visitors can explore its towers, ramparts, and gardens while immersing themselves in the history of the region.
  • Mont Saint-Michel: Situated approximately 70 kilometers from Plouasne, Mont Saint-Michel is an iconic UNESCO World Heritage site. This medieval abbey is perched on a rocky island and attracts millions of visitors each year. Explore the narrow streets, climb to the abbey's top, and witness the breathtaking tidal movements around this architectural marvel.
  • Cap Fréhel: Located about 40 kilometers north of Plouasne, Cap Fréhel is a dramatic headland offering rugged cliffs, panoramic views, and picturesque lighthouses. Nature lovers can enjoy hiking along the coastal paths, observing seabirds, and basking in the beauty of the surrounding landscapes.
  • Saint-Malo: Situated approximately 35 kilometers from Plouasne, Saint-Malo is a historic walled city renowned for its maritime heritage. Visitors can stroll along the fortified walls, explore the cobblestone streets, visit the imposing Saint-Malo Cathedral, and enjoy the bustling atmosphere of its vibrant port.
  • Fort La Latte: Located about 45 kilometers northeast of Plouasne, Fort La Latte is a medieval fortress perched on the edge of Cap Fréhel. This impressive castle overlooks the sea and provides visitors with a glimpse into the region's medieval past. Take a guided tour to learn about its history and enjoy the stunning coastal views.
  • Rennes: The capital city of Brittany, Rennes, is approximately 40 kilometers southeast of Plouasne. Known for its vibrant cultural scene and historic architecture, Rennes is home to beautiful parks, the Saint-Pierre Cathedral, the medieval district of Vieux Rennes, and a variety of museums, shops, and restaurants.
  • Combourg Castle: Situated about 15 kilometers southwest of Plouasne, Combourg Castle is a fairytale-like fortress surrounded by a tranquil lake and enchanting gardens. The childhood home of French writer François-René de Chateaubriand, this castle offers guided tours that delve into its fascinating history and romantic setting.
  • Brocéliande Forest: Located approximately 50 kilometers southeast of Plouasne, Brocéliande Forest is a mythical and magical woodland associated with the legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Explore the forest's enchanting trails, visit the Fountain of Barenton and the Tomb of Merlin, and immerse yourself in the captivating folklore of the area. These tourist attractions offer a diverse range of historical, natural, and cultural experiences, allowing visitors to discover the beauty and heritage of the region surrounding Plouasne, France.

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