Hostellerie de la Pointe Saint-Mathieu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
Day 8 Set alarms to wake early, and after a quick breakfast of some rather squashed croissants, we packed up, cleared the dishes and loaded up the car. I wrote in the visitors book. M. Bizien turned up at 9.30. Our neighbours were also leaving, and were cleaning, but we'd decided to pay and handed over cash for bed linen and cleaning. We had a warm goodbye, and left before 10. Deb navigated us back via Lesneven and Le Folgoet, ...
... and suggested a different route to see a menhir at Kerhouezel. We walked about a km inland, and saw a fine 6.5m high menhir in a field of frisky cows. A bit of navigation, and we found another section of the old railway, and made our way home with tired legs! Our last night, so we got the bikes loaded on and put a few things in the car. We had a light supper of leftovers, then played Ludo and draughts until we turned ...
... considered going back, but I rallied and we carried on. We stopped at the lovely Chapel of St Samson again, this time with some euros to donate, and we both lit a candle in gratitude. A fishing boat was close into the rocks lifting pots, probably first day out after the wild weather. We passed a white sand beach at Tremazan, and the rickety old castle, and after a few ups and downs reached the harbour at Portsall. We had a beer in an ...
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 ...