- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Relais Fasthotel Quimperle
Travel Blogs from Quimperle
... a great guide for this tour - a university student studying archeology and history so this site is right up her alley. No one knows why the stones are standing or what their purpose was and the site was only declared heritage in 1991 which means that many stones were taken and used for building houses. It was a very interesting tour, even though we were rained on quite heavily a couple of times. We headed back to ...
... and we're ready to head off at the appointed time of 9am. Outside, it's a wonderfully cool morning with a bit of a sun shower happening. Quite a difference from yesterday, thankfully. The morning starts well, the countryside is wonderful, rolling hills but nothing too drastic. Graeme is leading this morning and not too far into the ride, he starts spending considerable time consulting the map and instructions. It appears he's geographically misplaced. ...
... much further I thought I was going to melt.....After we unpacked the food and got the washing done in the machines in the port we felt it was time to treat ourselves to our first French meal out, so using my best French i booked us into the local restaurant by the marina called Le Cargo, a very popular place with the locals and visitors from the marina. They had the BBQ going, the poor chef was on the go non stop and in the heat he did exceptionally well. David and I had the ...
... Hotel Le Brieux (I think) for a coffee, cold drink and lunch which was Croque
Monsieur basically a toasted ham sandwich with melted cheese on the top.
Joined by Pen Friend Annie - for a beer we then walked to a little bar up a steep cobbled street and succumbed to a beer.
We returned to
the hotel for a small siesta before being collected again by Annie for another meal at our French friend’s house.
... which was very quiet - bear in mind it was Sunday afternoon and this was the only place open.
We then rode to their house. Now I have been here before but had forgotten how nice the setting was. It has a sea view and is post card picturesque.
We were greeted by Annie and her Mother Isobel and Father Louie (but is known as Li Li) both are remarkable for their ages (both in their 80's) Now a greeting each ...