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Posted by Fromage-997986 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Fromage-997986 - 3 years ago

We would like to thank all the folk that have taken the time to answer, and suggest what appear to be some great venues. We have made our choice, and we will be sailing to St. Malo on the 21 st.thank yo all.

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Posted by bigphil71 - 3 years ago

And ps....... would not touch the Chateau Hotel in Josselin with a bargepole. Food is dire.

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Posted by bigphil71 - 3 years ago

Hard to define central but you reallyought to see Josselin, St.Brieuc, Vannes and the Golf du Morbihan. All easily accessible from Le Relais du Porhoet in Guilliers. See website. Can recommend this establishment highly. Food is excellent and its a Logis de France 3 or 4 star < not sure>. The whole of Brittany is far too big to see in a week. Leave the west for another trip.

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Posted by steve the painter - 3 years ago

The link for Old Bakery Gites worke well for me - looks like a lovely place.

Steve

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Posted by aramanta - 3 years ago

Some hotels we've stayed in over the past few years - and would be happy to stay again:

hotel Point St Mathieu, Point St Mathieu (small on -site spa); hotel du Bac, Combrit St Marine; hotel Beausejour, Tregastel (the Forum next door is an added bonus); le Cameline, Primel (Plougasnou). 

Next on list to try is the hotel L'Iroise in Audierne - heard really good things about their restaurant. And Grand Hotel des Bains, Locquirec is highly recommended by friends  

none of the above may be the type/where you are looking of course.  We've also generally found the ferry/hotel deals offered by Brittany Ferries to be good value packages although we've never stayed in one place for a whole week.  i'd also echo the gite suggestion. Kergudon gites also offer catered accomodation. No personal experience but it looks good. 

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Posted by razy36 - 3 years ago

All the pictures work for me on the homepage and on the gites names so not sure what your problem is sorry. I have just clicked through everything on the old bakery gites   http://donnarthain.wix.com/oldbakerygites

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Posted by jessiedog - 3 years ago

The Old Bakery Gites really need to sort their website out - it's appalling. Try looking at the photos on the home page

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Posted by razy36 - 3 years ago

http://donnarthain.wix.com/oldbakerygites  its not a hotel but much better, your own space with a qualified chef on hand for your meals and can cater for all needs. There breakfast is amazing and they are fantastic hosts with lots of knowledge of places to visit.

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Posted by RHS35 - 3 years ago

At Cancale theres the Querrien fab food and they do accommodation too.

Ideally located in the harbour of Cancale, Le Querrien is 47 km from the Mont Saint-Michel. It offers a restaurant and free Wi-Fi access.

Recently renovated, Le Querrien offers comfortable rooms combining a navy-inspired decoration and a modern elegance. The rooms offer a view of the Mont Saint-Michel or the narrow streets of the fishermen village.

With a view of the sea and a terrace, the hotel’s restaurant serves seafood and fish specialties in a boat decor, to make you go back to the time of corsairs.

Cancale and its surroundings offer many options as for walks in the nature, cultural visits, water sports and leisure activities. 

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This property has been on Booking.com since 12 Oct 2009.
Hotel Rooms: 15

Guests love it because...

Top location: Highly rated by recent guests (9.2)   Saint Malo is within easy reach!

Free WiFiGuests consistently rate the WiFi as excellent

Places of interest:

Port of Houle (200 

Cancale is a perfect place to stay as its near to St Malo, go visit Dinan and Dinard,Josselin,The Mt St Michel,Vitre,Rennes to name but a few places.

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Posted by steve the painter - 3 years ago

Have a look at Manoir deKerledan in Carhaix. Simply beautiful place, and very, very good food. They have a website so you can do some research first, but I highly recommend it.

Steve