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Set in a beautiful village, this listed residence with granite facades dating from the mid-16th-century welcomes you in an historic setting. Everything! The room was beautiful and comfortable. The staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfast was delicious and served in a quaint, charming room.
Vingt Vieux Borg is a bed and breakfast set in Rochefort-en-Terre, 24 mi from Vannes and a 30-minute drive from the coast. Lovely bedroom and big bathroom. Sitting area for guests use and good Breakfast. Very helpful hostess. Parking immediately outside.
Set in Rochefort-en-Terre, 18 mi from Redon, Terres de France - Le Domaine du Moulin Neuf offers a seasonal outdoor pool, barbecue facilities, and children's club. Free WiFi is featured. The cabin was great, spacious and clean, with a good terrace and a lovely quiet lake view. The lake and the walk to the local historic town of Rochefort-en-Terre are fabulous for various teenage/family interests. The restaurant o the lake was great, and lovely to walk to in the evening and watch the sunset.
Located in Rochefort-en-Terre, Ty Flour Di Lys features a garden, barbecue facilities and a terrace. Flow and Oliver welcomed us into their home as if we were family. Flo even went out and found sachets to turn loose English Breakfast Tea into tea bags after seeing the 2 English families struggle with French tea infusers.
Le Parc de Lywel has river views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Rochefort-en-Terre. A microwave, a fridge and toaster are also available, as well as a kettle. Breakfast was wonderful - home made yogurts and home made jams especially :-) Hosts are very nice and friendly (despite our limits in conversation as my French is the same good as their English :-) )
"Number 26" is located in Rochefort-en-Terre. The property is 23 mi from Vannes and free private parking is available. This lovely house really does give you a sense of its history and is well furnished and decorated to make the most of this. As owners of a 300 year old house ourselves it's not often that we get that feeling of genuine character in other places, but we certainly did here. That's not to say that you miss out on the modern world as the kitchen and bathroom facilities are certainly 21st century and there's everything you need here for a comfortable stay. The location in the middle of the village is very convenient with restaurants and shops nearby and well signposted walks start just along the road so you can enjoy the local area.
An interesting, tourist-targetted, 'heritage' little town (not much more than a village really so to take it all in doesn't need more than 2 or 3 hours, depending on how long you spend in each shop; being honest the shops are all honey0traps for your Euro, I read one description of visitors described as walking wallets. My wife and I spent the afternoon in La Gacilly on our way to R-en-T and glad we did because otherwise, as we had already booked our room, we'd have struggled to find something to do; as it was we arrived 29th September and although a few bars were open when we rrived all bar one restaurant closed as it was the end of the season but fortunately, the one place that was open, 'Les Ardoisières' served superb food at reaasonable prices and great value wine in carafes. One night to stay is plenty but a nice place if you are on your way to somewhere else.
Loved the location . Road is not always open so be prepared to walk in . Staff were really helpful with parking . Staff were very friendly . The building is very old and doesn’t have 21 st century facilities but that was exactly what we were looking for. Loved the little old stairway and access in and out. We had the Moulin Rouge room , spacious.the decor was colourful but very French. Loved the old bath and the large bathroom. There was no fridge but we got ice from the bar. If you’re looking for an authentic stay in a medieval town this ticks all the boxes. Would have no problem recommending this place.
Rochefort-en-Terre is an enchanting little town, lots of lovely gift shops, bars and restaurants. We only had the afternoon and 1 night there before leaving in the morning, wish we had stayed a little longer as I understand there is a walk down by the river we would like to have done. Highly recommend this place as a little stop over if you are travelling around northern France.
The town is picturesque with beautiful flower displays in summer. The buildings were characterful and there were so many photo opportunities around the town and chateau. Plenty of restaurants and the most divine homemade ice cream! We took a walk through the countryside and down to the lake which was about 7.5 km but there were shorter ones and more challenging hikes you could choose from. I recommend staying 2 to 4 days in the area.
An unexpected treasure—a nearly intact village filled with well restored and maintained 16th, 17th and 18th c. buildings. No tasteless or intrusive signage, animal-friendly and with abundant flowers and a variety of fine artisans offering their work. The church is a glory, a great bookshop is located by the chateau entrance and there seem to be many excellent restaurants. There are also fine antique shops.
Lovely town beautifully kept with all the flowers. Lots of nice restaurants. Plenty to see with the chateaux and surrounding countryside. Easy access to other points of interest e.g. Vannes. Parking can be a bit hectic but we always found somewhere. Beware that the centre of the town on weekends closes the road between 12 noon and 7pm so you have to go all around the ring road to the big car park at the bottom unless you park on the road which is "payant". About 15 minutes away from centre of town is Moulin Neuf which has a lovely lake and lots of trails to walk around. Great for dog walking. We stayed at Domaine de Moulin Neuf chalets which were excellent!