Le Moulin du Couffon

Address: Kerlouan, Finistere, Brittany, 29890, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in Kerlouan.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Kerlouan

    Brittany, France

    A travel blog entry by bransi on Jun 01, 2015

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    May 31 Sunday In the village of Saint-Carreuc At Ian and Sophie's B & B " Auberge Le Petits Gallais". And there Mom Lila is here visiting from England . June 1 , "Today is all about Brandi" Beautiful day out on bike all thru Brittany seasides, villages, towns. Picnic at port town of Perros-Guirec with "French " bread of course ,meats, cheese. Then Dined at a beach town, Etables-sur-Mer. The countryside of Europe is ...

    Galway Ireland to Saint Brieuc,France

    A travel blog entry by bransi on May 31, 2015

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    ... Star rating . Highly recommend .
    took the Brittany ferry overnight from Cork, Ireland overnight to Roscoff, France . Fascinating seaside town . Gothic architecture early 16th century. Rainy day but we didn't mind it. Tonight we are in Saint Carreuc
    at a quaint B&B . Another 5 star rating.

    p.s. Please make any comments to this travel pod site. So we can keep them. We would love to hear from ...

    Day Five: Ploumanac'h

    A travel blog entry by jbaker3049 on May 27, 2015

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    Today we decided to head off to see what is know as the pink granite coast. It is called that due to the pink granite stones which, during sunset, glow a mysterious shade of pink. As yesterday was a very long day, we set off a bit later at 11.30am. The journey was quite an easy one, although we did have have a difficult moment with Rose when she spotted an IKEA store en route. A brief tantrum ensued when we told her that we certainly don't want ...

    Day One: Travelling

    A travel blog entry by jbaker3049 on May 23, 2015

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    ... of another one of our holiday traditions, we then did our usual trick of not being able to find the cottage. We drive past it a couple of times before the concerned owner waved at us from the side of the road. The cottage is very old, with impressive wooden beams and thick stone walls. It used to be an old watermill and has quite a big garden. We then had a pizza and suddenly started to feel very tired, but sadly Rose did ...

    From Juno to Paris

    A travel blog entry by allsaints70dday on May 08, 2015

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    ... after the initial D-Day landings. The Allies needed deep water for supply ships; but the Germans had control of the French Channel ports. The solution was a temporary harbor called Port Winston after British Prime Minster Winston Churchill. The concrete mulberry barges that were used as a temporary harbor are still visible from Arromanche as a reminder of the Allied invasion in June 1944. The students had the opportunity ...