Belambra Clubs - Le Grand Hotel de la Mer
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with food, tried a crepe with a locally famous sausage that contained a mix of pork and seaweed. Rose also tried some, but Christine steadfastly refused the chance to sample this delicacy! All was going well, but then the family's friendly dog came to visit us at the table, upsetting both Rose and Emily who joined together in a chorus of crying. Luckily, the dog then made a quick retreat, ...
Day 8 Set alarms to wake early, and after a quick breakfast of some rather squashed croissants, we packed up, cleared the dishes and loaded up the car. I wrote in the visitors book. M. Bizien turned up at 9.30. Our neighbours were also leaving, and were cleaning, but we'd decided to pay and handed over cash for bed linen and cleaning. We had a warm goodbye, and left before 10. Deb navigated us back via Lesneven and Le Folgoet, ...
Day 7 All week, the forecast had been giving heavy cloud all day, but after overnight rain it started to improve. I'd thought we'd be resorting to a drive, and had roughly planned to see some of the menhirs and dolmens, maybe ending up in Lanildut for lunch. As it turned out, the rain never came. We postponed going out in the car until the afternoon, and decided to have a quick walk to the boulangerie. By the time ...
... road tyres, and halfway along, Deb popped off. Luckily no harm done! Eventually, the rough track came out to the coast road at Penfoul, and we were soon back at the gite with stiff legs. 16k total. Nothing really, but for us, a sense of achievement. We had delicious Coquilles St Jacques for supper, cooked in the microwave and browned in the oven, with a tasty spinach and goats cheese quiche with salad to follow, and a shared tarte au ...
... but we chose a creperie, Ty Gwechall. Although it was warm we were encouraged inside. I had a galette with cheese and bacon, Deb was more adventurous and had a Provencale, and we shared a salad of petoncles (queen scallops) and smoked salmon which was a meal in itself. Nice bottle of Loic cider to accompany it. A lovely place with a massive stone stairway up to the bathroom. I suggested we walked round the Presqu'ile de St Laurent, another ...