Located almost in the heart of Brittany, France, is the tiny settlement of St-Malo-des-Trois-Fontaines. Suitable for families, couples or groups of friends, a holiday rental house in St-Malo-des-Trois-Fontaines is ideal for those people seeking to base themselves in a rural location, whilst still having access to many activities and sites to see. The self catering accommodation in St-Malo-des-Trois-Fontaines itself is all superbly well-equipped with everything that you could possibly need to feel as though you are staying in a home-away-from-home. It must be noted that the use of a car during your holiday in St-Malo-des-Trois-Fontaines is essential.
Despite its rural setting, there are many activities that you can take part in whilst on holiday in St-Malo-des-Trois-Fontaines, including water sports. This is because there is a large leisure lake nearby, and it even has sandy beaches. At this lake in Taupont you can windsurf, swim, ski and sail. Anglers might also like to drop a line in the waters. Other activities that can be tried in the area are hiking, cycling and even ten pin bowling at the nearby town of Ploermel.
As well as spending time enjoying the rural surroundings and taking part in activities, you might like to visit some of the notable places of interest that are near to your holiday rental house in St-Malo-des-Trois-Fontaines. Ploermel is just ten minutes away, and with its Medieval origins and links with Arthurian legend, is certainly worth a half day’s trip. Ten minutes away is the town of Josselin with its famous Chateau. There are also other things to see and do here, and you could hire a boat to go along the canal for example. Farther afield, but definitely worth the trip, is Carnac. Home to one of the largest concentrations of megalithic stone alignments in the world, a visit here will raise more questions than it answers!
Whilst not as warm as certain parts of the Mediterranean, the weather is certainly hot enough for most people from the UK, especially during the months of July and August. Expect average day time highs to be around 23 degrees Celsius, and the thermometer rarely drops below 20 degrees during this period. At less than 80mm per month, rain is not really a big issue during the Summer. The Winter is much cooler, and in the very depths, you could expect frosts. However, average day time highs measure 10 degrees even in January.
Although 140 km away, the airport at Nantes (NTE) is the best choice if you have decided to fly on your holiday in St-Malo-des-Trois-Fontaines. Two airlines connect with the UK, and these are easyJet who come out of London Gatwick (LGW) and Flybe who operate out of Manchester (MAN). Driving over is the other choice, and this does give you the use of a car during your stay. Ports to consider as entry points include Roscoff, St Malo, and of course Calais.