Hostellerie Abbatiale

Address: Manoir de Kerdrean, Le Bono, Brittany, 56400, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Manoir de Kerdrean, Le Bono.
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Travel Blogs from Le Bono

To The Beach

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 10, 2015

9 photos

... dolmen. It was in somebody’s field just right off the road and a lot of parked cars around it but it was also at a junction of driveways and appeared to be a party at the house at the bottom of the hill also with a pool and all. We had to 4wheel it up a small hill with stumps to park and then walked around the dolmen for photos and we are off to the next one. This poor dolmen was lovely but didn't even rate a name. Just "dolmen" on the ...


A travel blog entry by cflove on Sep 08, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

With the boys and girls now gone we felt a bit alone and Annie decided she needed some retail therapy to cheer her up. We headed off for Vannes, a quaint old town around 45 mins drive east of Lorient. The town is very pretty. It's got a lovely old centre and down by the river is lovely spot for coffee on a warm day as it was by the time we arrived. Annie hit the shops, they ...

The Chateau of Jocellin

A travel blog entry by cflove on Sep 05, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... coming out for people having lunch and it didn't take long until we too were persuaded that it was really lunch time. The portions were huge and gorgeous.

Sated by moules we staggered to the chateau. It was pretty but you could only enter with a guide and unfortunately this was almost all in French and very very ...

Menhirs, Dolmens, Cromlechs, Tumuli and Cairns

A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Sep 03, 2015

5 photos

... from knee-high to 6 metres, the heaviest weighing 300 tonnes. They are just sitting out there in the fields, arranged in lines and sometimes circles, with the largest stones in the west. The question is, how did the constructors cut and haul these stones millennia before the invention of the wheel and the mechanical engine reached Brittany?

On our way into Carnac, we stopped to wander among the menhirs standing in the field next to the road. Lonely ...

She must be mad!

A travel blog entry by cflove on Sep 02, 2015

2 photos

The day dawned bright and sunny. Tom and Sarah took off to explore the surf beach a few kms up the coast - lovely beach but not a wave in sight.

Annie decided it was time for a swim. There were others in the sea and she bravely strode into the water and swam out to the boats. The sea temperature is around 17C, so not exactly tropical and she lasted about 10 minutes. She came ...