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Bas de la Lande: Bas de la Lande Campsite

The three-star Bas de la Lande (tel,; closed Nov–March), half an hour's walk from the castle, south of the river and west of town.

We havn't stayed here ourselves, no need as we own a cottage down the road, but it is in a nice quiet location opposite the Canal on the outskirts of Town.

It is a municipal campsite, which means it is run by the Council, and therefore the charges will be very reasonable.

The campsite has crazy golk, but no swimming pool. The nearest open air swimming is at either Plumemlec or the Lac du Duc at Ploermel.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Camping, Budget Travel
  • Written September 2, 2006
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Bas de la Lande Campsite

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La Ville au Tady: Holiday cottage to rent with charm & character

La Ville au Tady stands in over 1 acre of gardens. It is a traditional Breton long-house, or longère, that has been fully renovated while retaining its charm and character. Located in a small hamlet in Southern Brittany, the local village of Guegon is just a few minutes drive or a pleasant cycle ride through scenic country lanes. Within the village you will find several bars, a general store and the essential boulangerie-patisserie for daily fresh bread. The area is perfect for exploring on foot or cycle, with a designated cycle route passing through the hamlet. The medieval town of Josselin with its famous chateau, 17th Century buildings, bars and restaurants is an easy 10 minute drive. Brittany’s largest inland lake is located just outside Josselin, with swimming and water sport facilities. Superb beaches are to be found all along the nearby Morbihan coast which is said to have 365 small Islands, one to explore for each day of the year.

Master Bedroom: Double bed in large oak beamed room with dormer window overlooking rear garden.
Goose Bedroom: A twin bedroom with dormer window and Velux overlooking front garden.
Guest Bedroom: Twin bedded room in the Gite end of the longere.

Guest Bathroom: shower room to rear of family lounge with toilet, vanity basin and cubicle shower.
Family Bathroom: On 1st floor with over bath shower, toilet and twin vanity basins.

The kitchen is located in a separate room to the left of the lounge. The kitchen has been refitted to a high standard while retaining the exposed beams. It contains a gas cooker, oven, extractor, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, fitted cupboards, wine rack, and a small kitchen table with four chairs.
The kitchen is generously equipped with everything you will need for a comfortable stay including coffee maker, kettle, blender, whisk, and all crockery glassware and utensils for up to 8 persons.
Shared utility room/ground floor bathroom. Contains washing machine, iron and ironing board, hand basin.

The front door opens into a large lounge/dining room. The old original open fireplace is retained with the hearth consisting of one huge granite slab and the original oak beams frame the roof of the lounge. There are two sofas and a couple of other chairs.
The right hand side of the cottage consists of a family lounge with double sofa bed and TV/DVD. Stairs lead up to bedroom 3. This part of the property is only accessed at ground floor level and is ideal for a sharing family/parents/guests.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written September 2, 2006
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