Hotel Le Peu Breton
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Peu Breton Sainte Marie de Re
Travel Blogs from Sainte Marie de Re
... van remained, and as it was quite a nice place we decided to stay put. We went for a wander around a very pretty little town and found the Chateau, so paid our 10 euros to go in and have a look. It was very like Rochester castle, and all based on Ric*************heart with plenty of things to see and do, knights and stocks, quoits and board games, towers to climb and wells to peer down. ...
Today we made an earlier start to travel 3 hours north to another larger seaside town, Les Sables d'Olonne. We had organised with our Couchsurfing friends, Carole and Yoann to meet for lunch and visit the town. Today we took 'Karen' with us deciding the 'Homer' had led us down too many narrow lanes. She gives more instructions, particularly on roundabouts ( and we have passed through hundreds as traffic lights appear not to exist here) than Homer and we arrived on time. ...
Regarding the title, no, not the guy with the guitar - the rain! 4 days in now and it's barely stopped.. but being British and plucky I soldier on. In case you were wondering, the guitar practice seems to have been limited to 1/2 hour sessions which stopped at about 9m, so no harmonica required.
I went for a late shower on the last night at DO RAY MI FAR SO LA TI DO or whatever it was called and when I went ...
... in mustard damask, similar to the one in the fancy house in Poldark -- trying to get some sleep in between the griping pains.
However, the beautiful old church right beside the chateau rings its bells EVERY hour, then a few minutes later just in case you missed it, then once on the half hour.
It's a bit like the Chinese water torture.
The worst is at 7 am when the church-ringing mafia have decided that YOU WILL GET UP AT 7AM!
... single lady behind us...
Back in Fontenay the next day I managed to wrest back linguistic control and got us a very nice table at the Oasis - a somewhat unprepossessing place from the outside, but once through the door....ooh la la!
All a golden, peach and mint green, slightly bling dining room with a very energetic patron. Lamb and prune tagine to die for. Rick made a mistake going for the safe but less interesting formule.
But we'll be back. ...