|Room name||Type||Sleeps||Bathroom||Prices from (per room per night)||Additional info|
|La Cancalaise||Double Room||2||Private||€66||Breakfast included|
|La Dinardaise||Double Room||2||Private||€66||Breakfast included|
|La Malouine||Double Room||2||Private||€66||Breakfast included|
|La Ploueraise||Family Room||4||Private||€96||Breakfast included|
This attractive Bourgeois stone house has just been refurbished. It is set halfway up the old hill to the village and surrounded by small gardens and patios where it is nice to relax.
In the house, the atmosphere of the beginning of the 19th century matches the years when the property was built, the bedrooms are comfortable and bright with view over the Rance Valley.
For each room a private tiled bathroom is provided. A continental breakfast is offered every morning and can be served outside during the warmer months. Guests also have access to the lounge with a fireplace, television, and wi-fi connection.
Dinard and its beaches is 16 km from us Saint-Malo 22 km and the medieval town of Dinan 7 km down the road.
Main living room at client's disposal with couch and a fireplace.
1 double bedroom (bed 1.40)
1 double/twin bedroom (bed 2x80 ou 160)
Family suite: 1 double and one twin bedroom
On the first floor:
La Malouine: double bedroom + bath room
La Dinardaise double or twin bedroom (2x70cm bed)+shower room
On the second floor
La Plouëraise, a family suite with two bedrooms, one twin and one double + bath room
La Cancalaise, a family suite with two bedrooms, one twin and one double + wc and shower room
1 bath room en suite with the double room on the first floor
1 shower room en suite with the double/twin room on the first floor
1 bathrooom en suite with the family suite (2 bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor)
Gaz central heating.
Lots of entertainement in the village and in the surrounding resorts.
Family nice sunny enclosed garden with garden furniture and barbecue.
Large free public car park at the back of the house.
For many years we have enjoyed having guests in our gite and as the children left home it seemed obvious to refurbish the house and to open a bed and breakfast.<br/>We love to welcome people from all walks of life, we speak English fluently, and this will allow us to give you good advice on the many places to visit in the area. <br/>
|Year property purchased||1995|
|Why this location?||We love the sandy beaches of Saint Malo, but we also need to rest in a quieter area at the pitch of the summer season, this lovely little village on the bank of the Rance river is therefore ideal for us and our guests.|
|Unique benefits of property||An excellent location just a short drive from Le Mont Saint Michel or Cap Fréhel and less than 15 miles from Saint Malo car ferries terminal. Within walking distance you can go to the local beach for a swim (estuary beach is a 20 minutes away along a country road), visit the village restaurants for French cuisine and there are well marked footpaths along the beautiful Rance estuary.|
One of France's jewels! This beautifully preserved medieval town has so much to offer. Visit the castle and the river port, the picturesque clock tower, and the churches. There's a large market every Thursday throughout the year and a flea market on Wednesdays during the summer. Dinan provides an excellent choice of restaurants, cafes and creperies at prices to suit all pockets.
The well-known seaside resort first developed by wealthy British and Americans in the 19th century. The villas they built overlooking the sea are still amazing over 100 years later. Enjoy the magnificent sandy beach, the large covered market and the usual wide selection of eateries to suit all tastes and pockets. Wander round the headland by the yacht club and admire the beautifully-kept public gardens and elegant houses.
A must see visit. Only 30 minutes away to the second most visited place in France! 30 minutes
This amazing walled town was completely rebuilt after World War II as closely as possible to the original. Now a busy port with lots of interesting shops and even more eating places than Dinan. Don't miss the fine walk around the ramparts!