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Boucly Patrice
Chemin de Pen An Allée


2 reviews

Price per night:

price from €275



Description for B&B:

Located just 5 minutes away from the vibrant city center of Lannion, Breizh A-Gevret is a perfectly situated guest house that offers the best of both worlds - a countryside ambiance with easy access to shops, restaurants, amenities, and the train station. Set in a picturesque environment, Eric and Patrice, the welcoming hosts, go above and beyond to ensure a warm and delightful experience for their guests. Indulge in a scrumptious homemade breakfast and enjoy a pleasant and convivial time at Breizh A-Gevret.

Description for Gite

Welcome to our charming traditional house that offers a delightful experience. On the first floor, you will find a tastefully decorated guest room. It features a comfortable 160 x 200 bed, a private bathroom with a refreshing shower, and amenities such as a TV and complimentary WIFI access.

Moving to the ground floor, we have a private space exclusively for our guests to relish their breakfast. This area is equipped with a kettle and a microwave, ensuring that you have everything you need to start your day on a pleasant note. We also provide a baby high chair and an umbrella bed for the convenience of our little guests.

At our guest house, you can enjoy 24/7 access, giving you the freedom to come and go as you please. Additionally, we offer parking facilities to ensure the safety and security of your vehicles during your stay.


Appréciations pour Breizh A-gevret, Lannion:

Bonne adresse
Review by: Reinette, Juin 14 2014 11:29PM
Literie très confortable, salle d'eau très fonctionnelle et propre (toute neuve). Laccueil est très sympathique. Le petit déjeuner est énorme !! On ne peut pas goûter à tout !! c'est très frustrant !! Le pain est très bon ainsi que les yaourts maisons.
A recommander vivement
Excellent hébergement ; bon rapport qualité prix.
Review by: lajoue, Mai 9 2014 10:07PM
Notre chambre était vaste et bien équipée. Le couchage était de bonne qualité ; la déco de bon goût.
Le petit déjeunet est copieux, varié yaourts et patisserie fait maison.
Notre hôte était vraiment accueillant et sympathique.
Nous lui souhaitons de réussir.

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- The airport is a 10-minute drive away.
- Lannion train station is also a 10-minute drive from the airport.
- To access the road, you can use RN 12 and 767 D online.
- The bus station on the Lannion line is a 10-minute drive away.



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