The “Palais breton” is a large villa with 5 bedrooms that can accommodate a total of 10 people : 2 people on the ground floor, 4 people on the first floor and 4 people on the second floor.
The rooms have been named in reference to the cities to visit in Northern Brittany.
Let’s start the tour on the ground floor :
The “Mont-Saint-Michel” Room
Is Mont-Saint-Michel located in Brittany or Normandy? While waiting for the answer, the Mont-Saint-Michel site is one of the most visited tourist sites in France, if not the most visited in France outside the Paris region. Hardly a few dozen people live in Mont-Saint-Michel all year round.
Bedroom with double bed on the ground floor.
Equipment : double bed (160×200), chest of drawers and wardrobe.
On the first floor you will find two bedrooms :
The “Dinard” Room
Dinard is a town in Northern Brittany located opposite Saint-Malo, at the mouth of the Rance. The manors of Dinard, large bourgeois residences from the end of the 19th century, made this seaside resort famous. The British Film Festival, or Dinard Film Festival, today ensures the reputation of the city.
Television with TNT in this room with view on slate roofs and garden.
Two separate sinks in this first floor bedroom.
Equipment : double bed (160×200), wardrobe, balneo shower, 2 sinks, toilet, hairdryer and television with TNT.
TNT (Télévision Numérique Terrestre) is the french acronym for DTT (Digital Terrestrial Televison) and gives access to nearly 30 channels.
The “Saint Malo” Room
Saint-Malo is nicknamed the “corsair city” because Robert Surcouf, the famous corsair, was from Saint-Malo. As is Jacques Cartier, the famous explorer. The ramparts of Saint-Malo and the Route du Rhum, which connects Saint-Malo to Pointe-à-Pitre, end up helding this city toward the Atlantic Ocean.
A sofa bed in this bedroom on the first floor.
Through light in this room with TNT television.
Small dressing room of this large bedroom.
Equipment : double bed (160×200), double sofa bed, chest of drawers, dressing, shower, sink, toilet, hair dryer and TV with TNT.
On the second floor there are two more bedrooms :
The “Dinan” Room
Dinan is a fortified medieval city in Brittany. The old town is separated by a very sloping cobblestone street lined with old half-timbered houses : Jerzual street. Do not miss the view of the old port of Dinan and the Clock Tower.
Two single beds or one double bed in this second-floor bedroom with through-light.
Equipment : two single beds (90×200), armchair and wardrobe. Both beds can be assembled on request.
The “Rennes” Room
Rennes is the capital of Brittany since Nantes, historic capital of Brittany at the time of the Dukes of Brittany, is no longer administratively part of the Brittany Region. This student town also has a great historical heritage, with its hundreds of old half-timbered houses.
Two single beds or one double bed in this second-floor room located above the belgian salon.
Equipment : two single beds (90×200) and chest of drawers. Both beds can be assembled on request.
Each of the 5 bedrooms has a South garden view.
Shower room & Laundry room
This shower room with sink and WC serves the Mont-Saint-Michel, Rennes and Dinan bedrooms.
Laundry area with washing machine and dryer on the ground floor.
A shower room (with sink and toilet) serves the “Mont-Saint-Michel”, “Dinan” and “Rennes” rooms. This one is on the ground floor.
A laundry room is adjacent to this shower room. The laundry room includes a washing machine, tumble dryer, drying rack, iron and ironing board.
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