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Recent Reviews

  • Really quiet and rural setting.Small and traditional.
    5 of 5

    It was a traditional french cottage and was a little basic and lighting was a bit poor at night. But as the weather was good we were outside a lot with the dog and the garden is great. Everything worked in the house but internet reception is quite poor unless you go to the garage.Had not realised we would be opposite other guests in a bigger place but that was no problem and made it interesting. Bed was comfortable and water hot in the shower. Couple of lovely pretty villages nearby one for shopping and one with a brilliant lake for walking around. There is a sports centre and swimming pool there attached to a campsite which offers a number of things to do and see. All round we had a great week.

    Stayed: Aug 2018
  • Lovely, characterful, big French house in lovely peaceful setting
    5 of 5

    We had a lovely week at Les Vignes. The house is everything you would imagine from a big, old, characterful, French house. The amount of space was brilliant for us with two teenage boys, but in the evenings we all gathered together in the lounge to enjoy a blazing log fire and have some great family time watching films together. The house was very well equipped and we were able to cook and prepare meals just as we would at home. The washing machine etc all worked perfectly which was important for us as we travelled light and did do a couple of washes. Our boys enjoyed the luxury of having a large bedroom and en suite each, as did we. There was a further massive room on the third floor that we didn’t use. The garden was lovely with good bbq facilities, fresh herbs for cooking and badminton and boules for the kids. Jugon-les-Lacs was definitely the best, nearest village to go to each day for bread (5 mins drive) and had 3 to 4 places to eat and a supermarket open for long hours each day and also Sunday mornings. We also made use of the swimming pool at Jugon-les-Lacs which is part of a campsite but open to the public for a relatively small fee. Mégrit which is the other nearest village is worth visiting, but now only has a small tea shop rather than a bakers, so best to go for afternoon tea or a delicious homemade ice cream later in the day. Dinan and Dinard are an easy drive away and the beaches at St Briac Sur Mer and St Lunair are a must if the weather is good. Overall we had a wonderful, peaceful and relaxing week in a big, old and characterful French house which we would highly recommend.

    Stayed: Aug 2018
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