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Monique Lorant
15 La rue au Fort



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This holiday rental, known as "The Stable," is conveniently located next to the landlord's house and near another gite. It features a spacious green courtyard and garden for guests to enjoy. On the ground floor, there is a comfortable living room with a dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. There is also a convenient WC on this level. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, one with a large king-sized bed (160x200) and the other with two single beds (90x190). The bathroom on this floor includes a WC as well. The gite is equipped with modern amenities including internet, TV, and a DVD-DIVX player. Guests will also have access to a microwave, dishwasher, and washing machine. The garden is furnished with outdoor furniture for relaxation. Baby equipment is available upon request, and linen is provided. All charges are included in the rental price.


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To travel from Rennes to Brest, take the route between Guingamp and Saint-Brieuc. At the Plélo exit, head towards Plélo (D79) for a distance of 1.2 km. Then, make a right turn and continue for another 1.2 km. After that, turn right again and proceed around the chapel (Saint Blaise) on the left. Take the first road on your left, which is the street leading to the fort. The 5th house on the left is your destination.



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