Manoir De Ker-Huella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the village of Perros-Guirec which proved to be a beautiful place. The area is famous for pink granite and the size, colour and structure of the boulders in and around the coast is simply stunning. We returned the following day for a 2.5 hour boat trip to some of the 7 islands off the coast which have an amazing variety and density of bird life. We were also able to spend about 45 mins walking around one of the islands which had several historical buildings including a ...
... of the town was the church and then the remains of the town wall. The tourist information office was closed we could not get any town plan - so just wandered around. Everything except for a creperie and a couple of Tabacs was closed. Seeing as the weather was coming in (a thunderstorm was brewing) we thought we'd head ...
We left Treguier and followed the Rose Granite coast and picked up a visitors buoy in Port Blanc. We didn't venture into the village, just stayed on board and relaxed. I retuned the TV box and strangely enough got no French TV but all English stations including freeview. it was nice to see the news (mostly focussed on D-Day (beaches which we had passed a few days earlier)).
There wasn't much swell so we had a fairly comfortable night, although there was a pretty ...
We took a short passage to Treguier following the buoys leading through numerous rocks and islands.
We anchored close to the village, below a very impressive Château. It was a very peaceful nights although it rained most of it so we were not able to enjoy the view of the village from the cockpit.
In the morning we proceed to the marina (where the harbour master was very helpful and ensured we got ...
... 5pm. Hard life! We've had 4 days off since we've been here. Looked around the local town, drove to a medieval town called Domfront which was beautiful, and one day we went on a bike ride into Conde (the village where we're based) stopped & bought bits for lunch & had a picnic in the local park. The towns & villages here are pristine. (Just like home?!!) On Sunday we took an hours drive to the D Day beaches & spent time at Arromanches museum - watching footage ...