he chapel is the successor to the nineteenth century in an older building nearby. The chaplaincy is attached to the parish in 1700. Before 1789, it was served by the Recollect Green Island. It is sold as national property, at auction in 1795 and bought by residents. The chapel holds a statue of Our Lady of Keranroux, hidden by the parishioners at...more
This is quite the worst restaurant at which I have ever eaten!
I have had bad meals in Africa, Australia, India, South America, UK, & the USA but none as bad as this.
The service was appalling, not the fault of the poor waitress, but the management, who simply had insufficient staff.
The quality of the food was very poor, and in some cases it was inedible - the value for money is awful.
Do a search on Google & you will find that I am not the only person who thinks that this restaurant needs new management & staff.
Quite dreadful - there can be no excuses.
Favorite Dish: None
How to travel to Paimpol, Bréhat's nearest mainland travelling point:By Road: 5 hours drive from Paris (492km) by motorway A11 and N12 from Rennes By Sea: nearest ferry port is Saint-Malo (132km by N176 & N12 or 1h46mins drive) and Roscoff (116km by N12 or 1h40mins drive)By Train: 4h20 from Paris to Paimpol by high speed train (TGV) with one change...more
The island is a no car zone and you can only reach Bréhat by boat.Les Vedettes de Bréhat is the sole ferry company transiting all year round leaving from the Pointe de l'Arcouest, north of Paimpol. The journey takes only 10 mins with departures every 30 mins in average. The ticket costs around Euro 10 in peak season.They also offer day trips...more
This is a lovely island which can be walked around in a day but pay attention to tide and ebb. For all those VT travellers who are not accustomed to such drastic changes which tide can bring this might be a useful warning. Namely, my husband and I went a bit off the track, only to find that the "path" which we took didn't exist when we tried to...more