Hotel Le Castel Ac'h
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the owner, mother of Juliette, one of the ex-Tintern teachers, who was holidaying in the Pyrenees and made her house available to us. It was certainly a very relaxing place to unwind after a hectic 3 months of travel. Not long after we arrived we headed off on our first walk along the local tidal river into Lannion and then into the old part of the city and back. Very different architecture to other parts of France but many beautiful houses. The next day, we did a walk in ...
... Sailing club Dave and Gill Attwill, it was so lovely to catch up with them and we also saw their eldest daughter Vicky who is getting married on Monday.
We motored off at 10.30am put the main up but there was not a lot of wind, as we left Falmouth we saw a lone dolphin swimming I always feel this is good luck when we see dolphins. A navy ship passed the captain waved and lots of tankers and fishing boats as well as other yachts off to their ...
Today we travelled from Brest to Saint Malo. There we stayed in a beautiful 19th Century Mansion. The young couple running it were really lovely. We had a bit of trouble getting the car through the gate, and like most guests, ended up scraping the car ever so slightly. Fitzgerald was unfazed and joked that they repaint the gate at the end of every summer. The car didn't sustain any damage fortunately, Fitzgerald insisted on helping us with our ...
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 ...