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Kirribilli - Pleine-Fougères - Bedroom
9.6 Excellent (44 reviews)
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Located in Pleine-Fougères Kirribilli is a B&B offering free WiFi and a garden with terrace.
9.3 Excellent
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
9.5 Excellent
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.
9.5 Excellent
Pros: Everything was great and the hosts very friendly ! We had a very relaxing vaccation !!
9.3 Excellent
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.
Entre Terre Et Mer - Pleine-Fougères
8.8 Excellent (123 reviews)
Overview Reviews
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.
9.5 Excellent
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.
9.3 Excellent
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.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very unusual characteristics property and the couple who run it are lovely
8.8 Excellent
Pros: friendly and helpfull. good breakfast with comfi beds
Cons: I was not happy that after nine we had to stay in our room
9.3 Excellent
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
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Charming couple, unusual property, very welcoming. Fabulous breakfast. Perfect for visiting Mont St-Michel
Cons: Curtain to ensuite rather than a door
8.0 Excellent
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
9.5 Excellent
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.
8.8 Excellent
Pros: Character French property perfect for our nights stay, made very welcome enjoyed our stay very much
6.3 Good
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.
Located in Pleine-Fougeres, Domaine de Ville Cherel is within a 10-minute drive of Moulin de Moidrey and Alligator Bay.