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With a stay at La Maison De Marie Chambres d'Hôtes in Kerien, you'll be 9.2 mi (14.9 km) from Musee de l'Ecole de Bothoa and 10.2 mi (16.4 km) from Abbaye Notre-Dame de Coatmalouen. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Facilities and comfort was more than expected. Marie was so helpful and very kind. The breakfast was plentiful and delicious.
Pros: Everything, Marie was a gem. Dinner and breakfast absolutely wonderful. Definitely recommend, we have already booked our return journey
Cons: Absolutely nothing ,bit sceptical at first, but soon disappeared
Pros: The owner, Marie, made us feel very welcome and ensured we had an enjoyable stay. Clean, comfortable, en suite room. Breakfast was wonderful, plenty of choice and quality food. Peaceful, rural setting. Loved it. Excellent! Definitely recommend
Pros: We enjoyed walking around the very peaceful area surrounding the property and the owners very clean farm. Evening dinner was superb with their own steak and breakfast served with their own organic eggs.
Pros: What a lovely place. Remote and quiet but perfect for me on a cycle tour. The room was large, the bed huge and comfortable and everything was clean and tidy. Marie the hostess can do a evening meal on request, but as I had a good lunch I asked for some bread & cheese. What was presented included melon, salad, charcuterie and some wine, all of which was fantastic, and great value for the small extra charge. Breakfast, which is included, was equally good. I totally recommend staying here if you are in the area.
Cons: There is nothing to criticise.
Pros: We loved the seclusion, stunning room and views. Cannot wait to come back in April. Marie and her husband are excellent hosts.
Pros: Marie is a fabulous hostess
Pros: Marie served some of the best food I have ever eaten fordinner. Breakfast was also exquisit.
Pros: Our hostess, Marie Thomas was the most lovely lady who went well beyond providing a room and breakfast although they were both superb.
When you stay at La Maison Celtique Chambres d'hôtes in Saint-Nicolas-du-Pelem, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Musee de l'Ecole de Bothoa. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very Freindly people, property was spotless and the the evening meal and hospitality could not be beaten
Pros: I travelled with my mother who is 90 in October so was a little apprehensive whether the food and facilities would be suitable for her but my concerns were swiftly sweep away when we arrived and met the owners. We were given such a warm welcome and they treated my mother as she was their own. Which instantly put her at ease. They made us feel very much at home and prepared a much needed and wonderful meal for us on the first evening - so we decided to eat there every night. I cannot rate La Maison Celtique highly enough and I am so glad we found this gem.
When you stay at Yec'Hed Mat Chambres d'hôtes in Saint-Nicolas-du-Pelem, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Musee de l'Ecole de Bothoa. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and microwave in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Laurence is a wonderful host. The rooms were great and shared facilities were clean and available.
Pros: Fabulous host Warm welcome Good facilities Great service, attention to detail
Cons: Nothing, can't fault the place or the hosts attitude
Pros: Comfy bed and welcoming hosts.
Cons: Nowhere to return the door key when we left.
With a stay at B&B Ty Gwennili in Kerien, you'll be 8.1 mi (13 km) from Musee de l'Ecole de Bothoa and 8.9 mi (14.4 km) from Abbaye Notre-Dame de Coatmalouen. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Warm welcome. An amazing B&B the use of the very plush lounge with real fire to relax by, a kitchen to make a nice cup of tea with cake and biscuits included. Owners very friendly. Lovely breakfast . And a comfyable room to sleep in.
Pros: Beautiful home cooked 4 course meal awaiting me on my arrival...scrumptious
Pros: The hosts Carole and Patrick were extremely welcoming and kind, the room was clean and comfortable, and dinner was excellent. Also loved their three adorable dogs. Thoroughly recommended in every respect, will definitely be back!
Pros: Clean room. Great host. Nice breakfast in the garden
Cons: A little of the beaten track. Thank god for the sat nav
Pros: Everything was perfect. Very comfortable, lots of space and the Mahoney kind attentions. Perfect breakfast in the garden
Cons: It was not easy to find (GPS convenient) but once there it is excellent and the scenery superb. We really appreciated the warm welcome and kindness.
Pros: Carole was a very caring hostess and I enjoyed the friendly, relaxed atmosphere there. Everything was lovely and spending time with Both Carole, Patrick and the dogs was like “home from home”
Cons: I would have been nervous driving back in the dark alone- it was quite remote!!!
Pros: Ty Gwennili was a last minute booking for our last night in France before returning home but it was a real find and is somewhere we would definitely return to, especially when the kitchen is finished and the gite is available to rent. We were made very welcome and given lots of advice about nearby restaurants and banks. The rooms are very well finished, each having an ensuite bathroom, and are perfect for a family as the twin room is accessed from the double room. They also have the most comfortable beds ever (we now want to get those mattresses for home)! In the morning Carole gave us a really generous breakfast in the main house with homemade jams and really good coffee.
Cons: Nothing at all.
Pros: Immaculately clean, fantastic host, really comfortable bed, quiet rural location.
Pros: What an amazing place to stay Carole and Patrick we so helpful and accommodating, the family room had everything beds and linen were so comfortable and the room was immaculate, breakfast was just great sat outside in the garden perfect night we will definitely be back.
Pros: The owners were lovely, bed was really comfortable and had a great night’s sleep.
When you stay at Chambres d'hôtes Mara in Corlay, you'll be 13 minutes by car from Musee de l'Ecole de Bothoa. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Friendly host and hostess, I hope this business works out well for the two of them. I would love to see how it progresses over the coming years.
Pros: It was very comfortable..the hosts were friendly and professional. The room was well appointed, including a communal relaxing area and functional kitchen. The breakfast , included in the price was excellent
Pros: Lovely owners, perfect breakfast and location exactly where we needed to be.
Pros: The decor of the hotel is amazing. The owners are very friendly. Beds are lovely and everything is clean. Good dog walking areas around.
Located in Bon Repos sur Blavet, Hébergements Insolites de Quénécan is a 4-minute drive from L'abbaye Notre Dame de Bon Repos and 7 minutes from Quenecan Forest. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: A most idyllic, tranquil location . 12 metres up an ancient oak tree surrounded by mossy forest and a feeling of ancient harmony!
Cons: Not recommended for sufferers of vertigo!
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Ty Bara Kozh offers accommodation in Saint-Gelven. Free private parking is available on site. Every room is fitted with a TV with satellite channels. The rooms feature a seating area where you can relax. Some rooms include views of the garden or city. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes, free toiletries and a hairdryer. Saint-Barthélemy is 47 km from Ty Bara Kozh, while Saint-Brieuc is 49 km from the property. The nearest airport is Dinard Brittany Airport, 118 km from Ty Bara Kozh.
Pros: Lovely place and steve and liz brill
Cons: Nothing at all
Pros: Very nice characteristic house and chambers, lovely patron, warm welcome, especially since I came last minute unexpected.
Pros: A little gem near to lakes and abbey, friendly English speaking owners, lovely clean room in a quiet village setting.
Cons: there wasn't anything to dislike
Pros: A very nice place, a good continental breakfast, and a friendly cat.
Located in Bon Repos sur Blavet, BRB - Chambres d'hôtes Abbaye Bon Repos is in a rural location, just a 1-minute walk from L'abbaye Notre Dame de Bon Repos and a 5-minute drive from Lake Guerlédan. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Stunning building in truly outstanding setting. Lovely area to sit outside with gorgeous views down to the canal. Loved cycling along the nearby canal and visiting the ruined abbey next door (a must). Absolutely loved it and amazing to find a place like this at such a bargain price.
Cons: The reason the price is low is that rooms were converted decades ago and things like bathroom fittings are very dated, also the place is scruffy and something of a work in progress. If you want something modern looking and spotlessly clean you won't like it. Shared fridge, kettle, coffee making etc available for use in kitchen only.
Pros: Accommodation is in a beautiful setting in attractive outbuildings adjoining the abbaye. Outdoor space is pleasant, adjacent to the chateau and the area used for the annual medieval festival. The Nantes Brest canal runs across the land and there is a small inn nearby. (This does not serve food in the evenings and closed early evening on the night we stayed) The chateau/ abbaye is well worth a visit. Allow plenty of time. There was a spectacular exhibition at the time of our visit. The owner kindly offered to 'rustle up' some food for us if we were unable to find somewhere to eat. In the event we followed his recommendations and found a lovely place, Le Bout du Pont, to eat in the nearby village of Gouarec.
Cons: Whilst appreciating that the accommodation is being refurbished the room was a little basic and was not in a style sympathetic to the architecture of the buildings. Hopefully this will evolve over time. It was quite adequate however for a one night stay Other guests all appeared to be cyclists due to the close proximity of the cycle route along the canal.
Pros: The Abbaye de Bon Repos is a peaceful location.
Cons: We booked a room at BrB, Abbaye de Bon Repos, 22570 Laniscat, France. The confirmation stated a Double Room with Private bathroom. Also a kitchenette, refrigerator, seating area, microwave, dishwasher, coffee machine, toaster, dining table, outdoor furniture and outdoor dining area; none of these facilities were provided. BrB was in the process of being refurbished and looked like a total building site. This meant that expecting all the above facilities, the state of this establishment being re-built (we attach photos to demonstrate) completely spoilt our stay in the Abbaye de Bon Repos (Abbey of Good Rest!!). We were offered a small room with a table and a bathroom. Although Pierre was sympathetic, if BrB were undergoing refurbishment they should have not taken bookings or made this fact clear at the time of booking.
Pros: + Really easy to find, well sign posted. + Grounds and building of Abbey were amazing - compete with ponies/river/woodland. + Old building and features captured the imagination. + Owner was on hand to answer any questions, give local info and resolve any issues. + Slept like a baby. + Lots of hot water.
Cons: + Extensive renovation was underway. Not a problem for me (in fact I loved this aspect), but this needs to be considered by others when booking. + I didn't use wifi, so cannot comment (I didn't ask as there were more exciting things to do, and 3G worked on my phone). + Own transport a must. Fine by me, but maybe not if wishing to sample lovely cidres elsewhere.
Pros: The ambience, the location beside the Abbey and canal, the rustic bar with stone walls, exposed beams, huge chimney and friendly barman, generous breakfast for modest price.
Cons: The bathrooms are functional but could be updated. However, still excellent for the price. A bit hard to find reception and breakfast room!
Pros: This I definitely an unfinished project ! There is a lot of work to be done eg finishing the wall lights and updating the 1960's bathrooms etc Yet the setting is amazing and awesome and the owners are friendly and helpful. I will definitely be back !
Cons: The owners know there is a lot to do to complete the accommodation yet somehow the many faults of Bon Repos add to is charm. We loved it !!
Cons: Unfinished project. Building site!!!Room not complete. curtains and pole on floor. no toiletries. Awful finish to decor. Had booked for two nights. walked away after one. Not even up to hostel standards. Room advertised as having chair and table. not present. only a very tatty shared space in and equally tatty reception.
Pros: Fantastic hosts, felt like we were visiting old friends. Amazing setting. Can’t wait to go back.
Cons: B&b is under renovation. No problem but will be better when finished.
Pros: Location stunning. The building's are very interesting architecture, and construction methods can be seen from looking at the ruins. Convenient location just off the main route, and near the lake.
Cons: The Booking .com description is misleading. The Hotel element closed down in 2016, so there was no reception and the place was dark and dismal. The entrance porch was covered in bird mess, and the glass door was covered in finger prints and was difficult to open, as it scraped on the stone floor. The room was very basic but clean, but the door lock had no strike plate to lock it effectively. The bathroom was 1970's dark brown and the floor covering was disgusting. There were no toiletries, not even soap or a plastic mug for water. There are no facilites etc in the room as intimated by the Booking .com description, and the one and only kitchen is pretty grim by today's standards. The bar was closed and full of upturned tables and boxes. The nearest open restaurant on a Monday is 5 kms away. Not really a B&B/Hotel in the true sense as the owners concentrate more on the spectaculars and events at the abbey. I was on business so I stuck it out for 2 nights as I had pre-booked.
Pros: Simple French breakfast.
Cons: Quirky bathroom.