places you can go while staying with us
At the beginning of the 19th century, DINARD was a small fishing village near the town of Saint-Enogat.
Dinard took on its appearance as a Seaside Resort from the middle of the 19th century with the arrival of English families.
Capital of Brittany, city of students, with its Breton parliament dating from the 15th century as well as its old quarters.
Rennes was elected in 2012 "the most pleasant city to live in France" according to the Express.
Corsair town surrounded by ramparts. Jacques Cartier left this city of character and discovered Canada. Important center
tourist, fishing and marina port. Every 4 years the Rhum race starts there.
Beautiful town with its medieval castle built around 1024.
This exceptional historical and architectural heritage is to be discovered, located between Rennes and Mont Saint Michel.
The legends and enchantment of the forest of Brocéliande, discover the historical and legendary places of Merlin the enchanting,
of the Fairy Viviane, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
City of art and history, a small medieval city unique in Brittany entirely surrounded by ramparts, it offers you the opportunity to discover the old quarters, an incredible collection of half-timbered houses, built in the Middle Ages and perfectly preserved.
Small romantic city where you will discover the castle of the illustrious writer Chateaubriand.
On the edge of the land of legends and the maritime lands of the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel,
Combourg brings together the forces of Armor and Argoat.
The city is inseparable from the memory of the famous writer François-René de Chateaubriand,
it was here that the romanticism of this child of the sea was revealed.
Small port town in the bay of Mont St. Michel where amateurs can taste
seafood as well as the famous Cancale oysters.
The wonder of the west. It is the story of a masterpiece of humanity with its 1300 years of fascinating history by faith,
the courage and talent of men. Mont Saint Michel is an isolated natural stronghold in the middle of the bay, protected by
the incessant coming and going of the highest tides in Europe.