Manoir de la Hazaie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wandering through the charming streets and around the ramparts before the long trek back home again.
We then spent a well earned lazy evening watching Top Gun and eating maltesers.....well sometimes you just need those English home comforts!
In the morning we walked to the little beach and caught the end of the beautiful sunrise before heading off to the boulangerie for our daily baguette ;0)
... slightly unplanned. Commercial and residential spilling out from the old district and lacked the character that we had become accustomed to seeing. Muriel delivered us to our hotel on the coast just to the east of the old city. The Hotel was the first modern full service hotel we'd stayed in, thanks to a special on Booking.com I suspect. We arrived early and left our bags and set off in an attempt to locate the rental car drop off point. This proved unsuccessful. The ...
It is tempting to be blasť about visiting another walled city. But arriving mid afternoon gave us the opportunity to walk through the ancient streets and down an improbably steep lane to the river running through the bottom of the typically picturesque valley, with a viaduct and the walls dominating the skyline.
The shops were a mix of small eateries, pharmacy, the usual tourist souvenir places and something different, Dinan is the home of artists and artisans. As we ...
Despite yesterday's forecast we awoke to high winds and after breakfast and showers for everyone except Frances it started to drizzle, then rain hard. So we lingered in the office whilst Pat made small talk with owner. In a break in the weather we set off for Cancale to have one last seafood lunch. We got there just in time to shelter in a bar for coffee. We took our ...
... saying ,”Necessity is the mother of invention,” is a very true one: our van was facing south and it was so sunny that it was really hard to see the screen, so we fashioned a shade out of a large sheet of plastic we had on board, pegged it onto the awning and trapped the other end in the car window. Et voila – a TV lounge in our little corner of England in Brittany. Mostly men ...