Saint Malo Golf Club Hotel Le Tronchet

Address: Domaine de Saint-Yvieux Le Tronchet, Dinan, Brittany, 35540, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Domaine de Saint-Yvieux Le Tronchet, Dinan.
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Travel Blogs from Dinan

To St Malo the long way .. 40 kms. Last day.

A travel blog entry by janetdunn on Aug 12, 2015

3 comments, 10 photos

... and found our way here. 259 kms on my bike for the whole trip. We immediately found a boulangarie as it was now 3.30 pm and we hadn't had lunch. We sat on the promenade and watched the hundreds of people on the beach - it looked like a hundreds and thousands sandwich. We decided a dip in the English Channel was in order before our showers. The tide was rapidly coming in as it does here. Before dinner we had another farewell bike ride along ...

Pontorson to Le Vivier-Sur-Mer 33 kms

A travel blog entry by janetdunn on Aug 11, 2015

9 photos

... right to the door to the town. There were people around but it was deserted compared with the previous day. We spend a bit of time taking photos and watching the sun trying to rise and then as we turned to go the shuttle buses were letting off waves of people. Apart from not seeing Mont St Michel at night, we felt we had seen and done everything we wanted to do and thought it was amazing. We rode on the bike path again through lanes lined with trees, maize fields and farm ...

Lost & found in Brittany & meeting Mont St Michel

A travel blog entry by janetdunn on Aug 10, 2015

10 photos

... but found a boulangerie and bought our mid morning snack of a fruit tart ... yum! We found the church as we often do because there are always nice places to sit in the shade. At that moment Geoff found he had lost his glasses - a tragedy as he was doing a brilliant job of the navigating and would not be able to do any without them. He cycled back to the boulangerie and lucky found them there. We have dispersed few of our belongs around the world since we left NZ but this is the first ...

Combourg to Fougeres 53 kms.

A travel blog entry by janetdunn on Aug 09, 2015

2 comments, 15 photos

... barking to protect their houses as we rode by. We rode for 20 kms and then stopped in a small village where we queued with the locals to buy bread and fruit tarts for morning tea. The streets didn't get any busier so we kept on biking, Geoff in the lead so he could navigate and me pottering along behind. My legs were feeling like lead, I'm not sure whether it's the 2 glasses of medincial red wine last night, my cold, the previous ...

Rance river and Delightful Dinan

A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jul 13, 2015

36 photos

... scenery. The sun was pretty hot too probably about 28 degrees, so we just took our time. At one point we had a nice chat with a senior (not that we are that young) Irish gentleman who was very funny and charming. That is one of the other nationalities that we find usually are friendly and happy to pass the time of day and quick to banter - like the Liverpool people.

There are a number of 'Britange' regional foods and one by description I had not ...