B&B Brest Kergaradec
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... blushing and going quiet as people talked to her. Leaving Lochronan behind we then headed to the town of Quimper which was around 30mins away. After enjoying Lochronan so much, Quimper paled in comparison and there was not a great deal to see. So we left after about one hour and headed home. Once the children were in bed we then spent a couple of hours tidying the house in preparation for departing ...
... direct route made slightly more fraught by not hearing bleeps to indicate the trailer board was working. Weather was damp and misty, with lights on all the way to St Pol de Leon. Once again at Super U for a final shop. I stocked up with butter, croutons, beer for the boys and gin. Deb bought even more cheese! The sun was out in Roscoff, and we parked at the Chapelle de Sainte Barbe for a quick picnic, before heading to the ...
... Sadly, moules were off the menu as out of season. Deb had a savoury crepe with fruits de mer, I had a heaped plate of salad, prawns and smoked salmon. We had a very good bottle of Muscadet sur Lie, and espressos, all for 40 euros. We walked back to the Spar to find it closed until 2pm, so were forced to have beers in a bar while we waited. Restocked, we set off back. I was still fixated on seeing ...
... mushrooms, lardons and creme, with a salad and a bottle of Muscadet. We were starting back when I spotted a Proxi shop. It was closed until 2.30, a ten minute wait. At about 2.45, when we were giving up, the owners returned from their lunch, and we bought bread and a few other bits for supper. We started on the way back, but I insisted on a detour to Pointe de Guilligui to see a dolmen, and a good view. Just as we pushed the bikes over ...
Wednesday had been forecast to have bright sun all day, so after breakfast we got the bikes from the shed, and set off down the grassy disused railway track to Argenton. We arrived at the harbour and set off south to Porspoder. Through the town and then by back lanes out to the Pointe de Garchine, where there was a very typical French table d'orientation. A superb view. Ouessant and four of its lighthouses, the Chenal du Four, a distant lighthouse to the ...