The Mont Saint Michel
Whether you come to the Mont Saint-MIchel by foot, on horseback or with a shuttle, you will be overcome by the splendor of the site.

Also called « The Wonder of the Western World »,the Mont Saint-Michel and it’s abbey will carry you into many other centuries.

If you stroll along the walkways of the Botanic Garden (« Jardin des Plantes »), you will have a magnificient view on the Mont Saint-Michel and it’s bay.
During your visit to the Scriptorial you will admire old manuscripts of the Mont Saint-Michel and you will discover Saint Aubert’s legend in St. Gervais church.
Fishing, trade and yachting port, Granville is also a famous seaside resort. The old town is built on a rocky headland which offers a wonderful light show all the day long. You can take a boat for a one day trip to the Chausey Islands, you can visit the Christian Dior Museum, you can stroll along it’s shopping streets or you can drap in costumes during Granville carnival.
The Channel Islands
50 minutes after leaving Barneville-Carteret by boat, you will live on English time on the Channel Islands, discover the house of Victor Hugo in Guernsey, stroll along the streets of St. Helier in Jersey or hike on the moors of Alderney and Sark.
Saint Malo
Big trade port in the past, Saint-Malo is today the harbour where skippers head for the start of the Route du Rhum every four years. In Saint-Malo you can listen to rock and roll concerts during the Route du Rock festival and you can flip and read through books during the Etonnants Voyageurs and the Quai des Bulles festivals.
Brittany’s capital, Rennes is only one hour drive from our guest house, taking the A84 highway. The Old Town of Rennes is a medieval city with narrow streets lined with timber-framed houses. It is also a city of the XVIIth and the XVIIth centuries with large mansion houses built by the members of the Parlement of Brittany. The Fine Arts Museum and, a little further on, the Champs Libres (which combine the Brittany Museum, the Science Centre and the Metroplis Library) are cultural locations of significant interest. Rennes is also a university city in which you can feel the power of music during festivals such as Rocknsolex or the Transmusicales.
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