Logis De La Butte
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... direct route made slightly more fraught by not hearing bleeps to indicate the trailer board was working. Weather was damp and misty, with lights on all the way to St Pol de Leon. Once again at Super U for a final shop. I stocked up with butter, croutons, beer for the boys and gin. Deb bought even more cheese! The sun was out in Roscoff, and we parked at the Chapelle de Sainte Barbe for a quick picnic, before heading to the ...
Day 7 All week, the forecast had been giving heavy cloud all day, but after overnight rain it started to improve. I'd thought we'd be resorting to a drive, and had roughly planned to see some of the menhirs and dolmens, maybe ending up in Lanildut for lunch. As it turned out, the rain never came. We postponed going out in the car until the afternoon, and decided to have a quick walk to the boulangerie. By the time ...
Day 6 Light cloud forecast for today, but the morning was bright and sunny. We had a leisurely start, bacon for breakfast and wrote some postcards. We decided to try and cycle to Portsall along the coast as the wind had eased a bit. This coast road is spectacular in all conditions, and today, although calmer, the sea was deep blue and the cliff tops ablaze with western gorse. Due to poor fitness, I had to get off and walk, and for a short ...
... boulangerie for bread and strawberry and raspberry tarts, carefully placed in the top of my backpack. We stuck to the main road, and saw the beach at low tide with inviting surf, but not quite inviting enough to come back with our boogie boards. The brisk wind stopped us eating on the patio, but we had locally grown artichokes, garlic mayonnaise, salads, new potatoes and Muscadet. By now the sun was getting low, and I went out to the field path to watch ...
... the draw of seaweed tea, we had espressos, and a franglais chat with the owner, before continuing on the coast road to a small dolmen and the tranquil Chapelle de St Golven. More wonderful crashing waves out at Beg an Tour. Took the coast path back to the beach at Penfoul, then up the lane to the gite. Supper was a selection of salads and prawns with new potatoes and garlic mayonnaise. We played a couple of games after supper then retired to read our ...