Manoir de la Hazaie

Address: La Hazaie, Planguenoual, Brittany, 22400, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on La Hazaie, Planguenoual.
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      Travel Blogs from Planguenoual

      Daisy gets to tour St Malo

      A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Nov 05, 2014

      5 comments, 7 photos

      ... 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)

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      Luxury as we leave France

      A travel blog entry by dindhenry on Nov 02, 2014

      2 photos

      Leaving Dinan in a rain storm we took the relatively short drive to Mont St Michele, the abbey on the Island joined to the coast via a causeway.
      Clearly a popular tourist destination in the summer, the car parking covered acres of land as we approached, something more akin to an airport. All were empty.

      As we came to the coast road we saw the Mount rising from the sea through the wall of water that was falling from the sky between us and our intended ...

      Another walled city - Dinan

      A travel blog entry by dindhenry on Nov 01, 2014

      6 photos

      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 ...

      Day 38 - St Malo

      A travel blog entry by kcrileytandem on Oct 21, 2014

      1 photo

      ... dry, so we packed up and set off for St Malo. In St Malo the wind strengthened enough to stop P &P in their tracks before they were blown over by the wind. Fortunately there was no damage. A bigger challenge was boarding where the side wind nearly pushed us off the ramp. But we're safely on now and waiting to set sail. Bon voyage et Bon nuit. Next blog from the ...

      Cap Fréhel

      A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Jul 08, 2013

      13 photos

      ... smaller 17th century lighthouse is no longer used, but the larger one, built in the 1950s, is open for visitors, so we paid our €3 and ascended to the light. There were great views over the coastline and we could make out Fort La Latte in the distance; it also gave us a good perspective on how treacherous the waters round here must be, as there are many rocks just under the surface.


      Lunch today ...