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Description for B&B:In the limit of Ile et Vilaine we are close to Dinan, Dinard, St Malo and Cap Frehel. This beautiful farmhouse in natural charm will welcome you for a relaxing stay in a comfortable and refined. In the garden you with deckchairs, hammocks ...... The breakfasts are served in the garden or dining room with log fire in winter. Meals on reservation, or traditional recipes gleaned from your travels Martine, composed of seasonal ingredients and mostly organic. Non-smoking rooms, directly overlooking the garden with private access. This beautiful room of 20m2 with comfort and refined decoration with antique furniture and objects here and there is like the sky Breton in shades of blue and gray. 160 bed, TV, WiFi access, tea and coffee. Bathroom with Italian shower of 120 x 100
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From Rennes, Dinan and Dinan Cross head towards Ploubalay, you will pass under the four lanes. From Caen, Dol de Bretagne, Rennes Continue four northbound lanes and exit Quévert Dinan / Ploubalay (D2) From there the route is common From the 4-way or output above, and made about 500m turn left to Languenan (8kms). Cross the village of Languenan. At the stop sign, go straight towards Plessis-Balisson (5kms), cross the village. On leaving the village there is a descent followed immediately by a rise, then you get to the dish, turn left towards "La Boitard 'attention the panel is not visible from this side. You will cross a farm, past the Boitard, and will further 500m. On your right a large clump of trees (cypress and willow). It's here. The entrance gate but no one went to white stones, a stone wall and cross the railway.From St Malo, Dinard Drive through the village of Ploubalay (towards St Brieuc) 2km after leaving the village you will reach a roundabout go left towards Plessis-Balisson. After about 4 kms you will cross a place called St Cadreuc, follow the long straight and turn right (before arriving at Plessis-Balisson) The Executive Boitard. You will cross a farm, past the Boitard, and will further 500m. On your right a large clump of trees (cypress and willow). It's here. The entrance gate but no one went to white stones, a stone wall and cross the railway.