Hotel Le Castel Ac'h
Travel Blogs from Plouguerneau
I went for a run along the pedestrian pathway that was marked on the map we were given. This took me along the waterfront, past the castle and over the pedestrian only bridge. This part of Brest is quite pretty. After breakfast we went to the market outside the hotel. It was the same as the other markets we'd been to in France. Afterwards, we went for a ...
... Australia and told us about his trip to Australia travelling around in one of the campervans. There was another company that operated a Ferry to Molene, but the Ferry didn't leave until 2pm. We decided to book tickets and come back on the 5:30pm Ferry. We spent the morning looking around Le Conquet and doing one of the walks around the town. At 2pm, we boarded the Ferry and arrived just off the coast of Molene. The tide ...
... the end moored up on the visitors pontoon.
There are quite a number of British boats here either waiting for the right tides for which ever way the are going in or for the right wind conditions for going through the Chanel du Four. We are one of the latter - which currently looks like Thursday to be the best for us.
We wandered around the marina checked out the restaurant menus and then sat back in the cockpit doing not much - much like everyone else.
We left Treguier and followed the Rose Granite coast and picked up a visitors buoy in Port Blanc. We didn't venture into the village, just stayed on board and relaxed. I retuned the TV box and strangely enough got no French TV but all English stations including freeview. it was nice to see the news (mostly focussed on D-Day (beaches which we had passed a few days earlier)).
There wasn't much swell so we had a fairly comfortable night, although there was a pretty ...
Well folks, we're having a great time & can't believe it's been 2 weeks already that we've been away. We've worked hard here at la Ferme, but Lin & Geoff are lovely - and I'm totally in love with Freddie the dog who only asks that you throw him his frisbee 500 times a day! The work so far has consisted off planting dahlias (a lot!!), gardening, digging over a whole rockery & then getting their little outhouse cleaned. We usually start work around 10.30am & ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking