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Our gites are ideally located in the heart of Brittany. Discover on this page a selection of places not to be missed during your stay

The gites are well placed between the two villages of Plouasne 2 km and St Pern 3 km, where you will find butchers, bakeries, small shops and everything you will need during your stay._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_


Our property is located next to a lake, "la Boulaie" where dogs can cool off in summer.


Several possibilities for beautiful walks are available to you: starting on foot from the gîtes you can discover the surrounding countryside or take advantage of the hiking path not far away. This very quiet path is an old railway that has found a second life with people who like to walk, run or mountain bike. It crosses the villages, from Médréac, passing through Plouasne, Quiou and Evran to finally arrive in Dinan. If you prefer something a little less sporty, but just as interesting, try the vélo-rail in Médréac.


4km from the gîtes is another pond, the Néal pond, and a dam with several possibilities for walking and swimming for dogs.


At Lac Betineuc, only about ten kilometers from the gîtes, you will find an artificial beach, with the possibility of swimming, playing minigolf or another pretty walk.

- Becherel: It is a small village only ten minutes away which is particularly known for its many bookstores and activities around books. You will also find restaurants and Crêperies and to digest a short walk to the Panoramic Point which offers a breathtaking view of the countryside and the surrounding villages.


- A little further, about twenty minutes away, come and discover Dinan. This medieval city - classified "Art and History" - will seduce you with its Middle Ages heritage (belfry, castle, ramparts, churches,...) and its river marina which leads to the Rance Valley,_cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ one of the most characteristic estuaries in the region. While vast expanses are discovered at low tide, the place resembles an arm of the sea at high tide. From Dinan to Dinard and Saint-Malo, the walk along the banks of the river is really worth the detour. You can admire picturesque villages and pretty malouinières.



- The city of Rennes is the capital of the department of Ille-et-Vilaine and of the Brittany region, many people consider it to be "the capital of Brittany". ... medieval, royal, festive, creative, rural, gourmet, cultural... this description from the Rennes tourist office sums up the spirit that reigns there. We have lived for many years in this city and we will be able to inform you about places to visit, where to go shopping, cultural events and advise you on our favorite restaurants. Rennes is always worth a detour!

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