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Make A Holiday Rental Cottage in Langourla, France, Your Home Away From Home

If you are looking to get away from it all for your next holiday, then a holiday rental cottage in Langourla may be just the thing for you. Its fully equipped kitchens mean that you do not have to eat out if you do not wish to, and the individual furnishings make it more a home-away-from-home than an hotel room will ever feel like. Because of its location, you might like to consider hiring a car should you decide on a holiday in Langourla, as this way you will be able to explore more of this interesting region of France.

Things to Do on Holiday in Langourla, France

It is always nice to try new things when on holiday, and there are many activities on offer in the area, some of which you may not have tried before. Lake Hunaudaye is not far and here you can try canoeing and sailing, whilst nearby Merdrignac has a place that you can try archery and fishing. More standard pursuits such as walking and cycling can also be enjoyed in the area, and a golf course is only thirty minutes away.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Langourla, France

There are many places that you can visit from your holiday rental cottage in Langourla, and to do so, you might like to have the use of a car. Rennes and Dinan are just a short drive away, and these historic market towns are a joy to wander around, seeming to retain a pace of life far removed from that of the more frenetic modern world. A little farther afield, the “must see” place to visit is the world famous Le Mont St Michel. This centuries old monastery has earned itself UNESCO world heritage status, and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in France. Special note – if you are on holiday in Langourla in August, you may be lucky enough to catch the jazz festival, which is held in an old quarry. Unique, wonderful and memorable!

Weather in Langourla, France

The most popular time of year to take a holiday in Langourla is during the summer, as the weather is at its best. Expect day time averages to be around the 23 degrees Celsius mark, and there to be very little rainfall. July and August are the warmest months, when temperatures can reach as high as 28 degrees, although that is the exception and not the rule. The winter sees the temperatures drop down to average out at 8 to 10 degrees during November and December. Most of the 26 inches of rain that falls annually does so during the late autumn and winter.

Travel to Langourla, France

When considering how to get to your self catering accommodation in Langourla, one option is to drive and take a ferry from the UK. The nearest port to Langourla is at St Malo, and by doing this, you would have the use of a car during your holiday in Langourla. The other option is of course to fly. The airport at Rennes Saint Jacques (RNS) may be of interest, and Flybe has flights which connect this airport with Exeter (EXT), Southampton(SOU) and Manchester (MAN).

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          Delightful holiday retreat

          5 of 5
          We have had a wonderful relaxing week at La Haute Haye. Following a very easy quiet drive from St Malo, the children had great fun exploring the house and we all fell in love with the pool! We tried boules and croquet as well as plenty of 'have a go tennis'. The welcome hamper was thoughtfully put together and thoroughly enjoyed ( though a second bottle of milk would have been useful! ) Our trip to Dinan was great - there is a little flea market one afternoon a week too. The old cobbled streets were beautiful, and the shops varied and interesting - accompanied by the sound of French accordian playing. We could easily have visited more places but were quite happily occupied with everything at La Haute Haye, as it really does lend itself as a complete retreat! Only point to note - the children's bedroom at the top of the house has no curtains/blinds so is very bright, but not a problem for us as we did not need to use all the bedrooms. All in all a fabulous, clean, spacious and very pretty house which we would 100% recommend to others!
          • Review Submitted: 03-Sep-2015
          • Date of Stay: Aug 2015

          Well Equipped and Comfortable

          5 of 5
          This farmhouse is in a truly rural location, surrounded on all sides by fields. Debbie and Garry live on the same site, and were extremely welcoming on our arrival, They offered useful advice on local attractions and the surrounding area but in no way intruded on our privacy. The large kitchen / dining room is exceptionally well equipped, and the lounge has ample comfortable seating. Upstairs the airy bedrooms offer spectacular views over the surrounding farmland and the bathrooms are clean and functional. The small garden is ideal for sitting out, with shade available if needed. Northern Brittany has plenty to offer. The local town of Collinee has a small supermarket, and further afield Lamballe offers a huge E.Leclerc. The old towns of Dinan and St Malo are within reasonable driving distance, and are well worth a visit. A drive along the north coast gives views over some lovely beaches, and there are a few historic buildings also nearby. The Chateau at Bienassis is interesting, but the tour of the house is always accompanied by a guide and was in rather rapid French, so that much of the detail was missed. Mont St Michel on the north coast is a must, and parking and access to the town are now extremely well organised. However, in the summer the place is extremely crowded. Market day (Thursday) in Lamballe was a spectacular experience, with hundreds of stalls throughout the town. Regrettably the market takes over the largest car park in town, so finding somewhere remotely legal to park can be demanding. La Croix St Gilles is a lovely property, and its equipment and location mean that we can thoroughly recommend it.
          • Review Submitted: 19-Jul-2015
          • Date of Stay: Jul 2015

          Beautiful cottage in the countryside

          5 of 5
          Our stay was great. The cottage itself is very cute and has a lot of it's original character and is in a beautiful location. It exceed our expectations. Valerie and Stephen were great and very helpful. It is within an hour drive of anywhere you might want to visit in Brittany and you get to sleep in the peaceful and serene countryside. I would definitely recommend it.
          • Review Submitted: 09-Jun-2015
          • Date of Stay: May 2015