Gue de Beauvoir
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGue de Beauvoir
A family run hotel which is 4km from Mont St Michel. There are rooms and chalets available.
The rooms are large and comfortable but need better curtains.
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Travel Blogs from Beauvoir
... wandering through the charming streets and around the ramparts before the long trek back home again.
We then spent a well earned lazy evening watching Top Gun and eating maltesers.....well sometimes you just need those English home comforts!
In the morning we walked to the little beach and caught the end of the beautiful sunrise before heading off to the boulangerie for our daily baguette ;0)
(Sun) Well I guess that our run of good weather had to end at some point and that was today. Just about managed to make it back from the boulangerie without our baguette and croissants getting too wet! Had a leisurely breakfast where we savoured every mouthful of our pepito (chocolate) croissants before heading out into the rain to stock up on groceries for the week. Just noticed that deisel is 20p per litre cheaper than the ...
Fougeres has a magnificent castle built on the side of the hill sloping down to the river. The builders had used the river to fill the moat and drive four water wheels that remain in use (I guess having been replaced a few times).
The Castle was built as an impregnable defense, but ...
This time we caught the correct ferry to Calais from Dover on September 10th and then another ferry from St Nazaire to Gijon in Northern Spain, arriving in Portugal on September 14th. Our last stop before the ferry to Gijon was close to Mont St - Michel and after polishing off our corn on the cob, which we scrumped from the fields on the way we walked down to see it. ‘’Merveille de L’occident’’ or the (Wonder of the West) as ...
... dry, so we packed up and set off for St Malo. In St Malo the wind strengthened enough to stop P &P in their tracks before they were blown over by the wind. Fortunately there was no damage. A bigger challenge was boarding where the side wind nearly pushed us off the ramp. But we're safely on now and waiting to set sail. Bon voyage et Bon nuit. Next blog from the ...