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Located in Pleine-Fougères Kirribilli is a B&B offering free WiFi and a garden with terrace.
Pros: Very welcoming and lovely host, gave tips on sightseeing. Good breakfast. Lovely and clean rooms. Complementary bottle of beer and water in fridge.
Cons: Only cash payment
Pros: The owners were very helpful and kind. Our room was stylish and perfectly clean with fast internet and great garden. Everything was designed into complete perfection. Great breakfast.
Pros: Everything was great and the hosts very friendly ! We had a very relaxing vaccation !!
Pros: Big room, nicely decorated, country house, from the entrance of the house you have direct view of Mont Saint Michel, very kind hosts and excellent breakfast.
Cons: I saw some hairs in the shower, but everything else was perfectly clean. The room is in a second floor with small stairs. Not a problem for us, but could be unpleasant for others.
With a stay at Entre Terre et Mer in Pleine-Fougeres, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Forêt de Villecartier and Moulin de Moidrey. Featured amenities include microwave in a common area and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Amazing from the start! They made us feel like family with their cozy rooms and delicious breakfasts. The house is a renovated 500 years old structure, with gorgeous and museum-like common spaces and in the perfect farm-like environment, pretty close to a small town (and to important tourist sites and cities) but far enough to have the perfect countryside experience. Would totally recommend!
Cons: The beds could be a little bit comfier and it may bother some people that the bathrooms have curtains instead of doors.
Pros: Fantastic 500 year old house, once was a royal hunting lodge, lovingly restored by Jean Luc and Evelynne, a fascinating and very friendly older couple. The house is full of beautiful very old furniture and is like a museum of the owners travel souvenirs and other curiosities. They love a conversation and Evelynne prepared the best omelettes 2 mornings running. Not just a place to stay but a travel experience in itself.
Pros: Very unusual characteristics property and the couple who run it are lovely
Pros: friendly and helpfull. good breakfast with comfi beds
Cons: I was not happy that after nine we had to stay in our room
Pros: Truly familiar guesthouse with lovely hosts Rooms are fairly basic but nice and comfortable Very nice breakfast on the terrace Very peaceful location
Cons: All was good
Pros: Charming couple, unusual property, very welcoming. Fabulous breakfast. Perfect for visiting Mont St-Michel
Cons: Curtain to ensuite rather than a door
Pros: The place is really quiet and not far from the Mont Saint-Michel (about 15mn by car). Traffic is smooth
Cons: None of the doors are locked at night. It could make some feel unease at first
Pros: Travelling by mororcycle, the hosts allowed me to park in their barn. Hosts were extremely helpful and courteous. Quiet countryside. The house has it's own distinctive character, typically French.
Cons: This is not a criticism but please be aware that the nearest resturants for evening meals are about 4kms away.
Pros: Character French property perfect for our nights stay, made very welcome enjoyed our stay very much
Pros: Breakfast was very nice and freshly prepared. There was a mountain of crepes! Good conversation with other guests, one couple were Italian the other French.
Cons: Only a curtain between the bedroom and “en suite”. No plug for the sink and individual hot and cold taps so couldn’t have a wash, because can’t obtain right temperature water, even if you didn’t mind leaving the tap running, so the only option was to have a shower all the time. Only took cash as payment which wasn’t made clear on the booking.