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Chambres d'Hotes Bed and Breakfast on a Brittany Farm
Calorguen, close to Dinan and beaches, in North West France
4 en suite double or family rooms. Covered pool.
Les Chambres d'Hôtes
A chance to taste life on a traditional family run dairy farm in this lovely area of Brittany, close to the country village of Calorguen only 10 minutes from Dinan. The beaches along the coast from the bay of Mont Saint Michel to Paimpol are an easy drive away and there is peace, quiet, comfort, a warm welcome and a breakfast as rich as cow's milk here!
Dinan has a lovely winding street lined with timberframe houses that links the port down by the Rance river to the upper old town, still encircled by the medieval ramparts that are the town's glory. The main pleasure however, is simply wandering around the picturesque streets and squares packed with history. Apport is the main shopping boulevard and there is a market every Thursday morning.
Dinan is also packed with restaurants; the Relais des Corsaires at the port is particularly recommended for seafood, Le Restaurant Cantobery is a favourite and has delicacies like jugged rabbit with ginger and spices and potted fish, La Courtine has an excellent local reputation, Crêperie Le Connétable in the old town is a popular place for crêpes.
La Renarderie has lawns, garden furniture and a barbecue and lots of space for children to run around in. We will also be happy to show you around the farm to see the animals and how we work.
All the bedrooms have bathrooms with shower and wc. Three of the rooms have a double and a single bed. The fourth bedroom, on the ground floor, is a big family room available on a weekly basis with double and twin beds and a kitchen in the annex where you can prepare light lunches and snacks.
The village has tennis courts that are there for anyone to use and within 10 minutes, is a base where you can hire canoes and also swim and fish. The tow path along the Canal d'Ile de Rance that runs past the locks is good for cycling and walks.
In Léhon, an ancient village just south of Dinan, a palm tree in the middle of the geometrically laid out gardens in the ruined cloister of the abby is one of several enchanting sights in the village. The town of Lamballe famously champions the Breton horse breeding programme and has an enormous 19th century stud in the centre. And at Pleudihen, you can visit the lively and well laid out Pomme et Cidre museum to learn how traditional Breton farm cider is made. Château de Caradeuc, built in 1723, is worth a detour, if only to see the outrageous garden ornaments there.
Prices and booking information
Open All Year
Breakfast is included
Extra person €14
Some pets accepted
Arrival time before 4pm is requested
Telephone: 02 96 83 65 09 (International + 33 2 96 83 65 09)
Mobile: 06 81 73 62 98 (International + 33 6 81 73 62 98)
Please mention Vacation France when contacting the owner
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