Fall in love with this typical house in the heart of the village of St Suliac, 100 m from the slipway and the beach. Invitation to a journey back in time, you are on foot (very little traffic) 5 minutes from the grocery store, the bakery, the flea market, good restaurants and the sailing school. Ground floor: kitchen and living room, bathroom WC. small south-facing courtyard, terrace. 1st: living room and bedroom. 2nd: bedroom. Recently renovated, oak and lime floors, lots of charm.
“A pretty house, typical, bright and very well located in the village of St Suliac. A few steps from the -good bakery, restaurants, port and on the GR for very nice hikes. Florent, who lives next door, is a discreet and very friendly host.”
Apart. independent 22 m2 completely renovated for 2 people 100 m from La Rance. Without direct view. You access by a private terrace has this accommodation. Sunny terrace in the morning until 17h in the afternoon. The accommodation has: 1 room of life, a room and SdE acvec wc 1.5 km from St-Jouan-des-Guérets, shops, restaurants and 3km from St-Suliac, one of the most beautiful villages in France, 10 minutes from St-Malo, 45 minutes from Mont-St-Michel. 20 minutes from Dinan, 50 minutes from Rennes. No smoking.Pets not allowed.
“Very pleasant, functional, well equipped and really very clean accommodation with little touches. Valérie and Pascal are very responsive by message if necessary. We had a great stay in this accommodation. Ideal location near St Malo by car without being in the tourist center. Superb view of the Rance at the exit of the property. I recommend.”
Quiet studio in a small pedestrian street, in the heart of the port of Houle, 100m from restaurants and the sea. No car access at the foot of the studio. Paid parking nearby (see details below / other comments)
“Enjoy your stay in Cancale thanks to Vincent's extremely well placed accommodation! The accommodation is clean, simple and the majority of the equipment necessary for cooking or living is present (just be careful to check the amount of toilet paper before the arrival of new people, we barely had one end of toilet paper left.) For our part, we wanted to get up early so there was no problem for us but it is true that the blinds are not blackout enough. Sunlight is therefore very present in the morning (may require blackout masks). Apart from that, I recommend Vincent's accommodation, he is particularly available and gives all the necessary information so as not to encounter any problems when we arrive.”