Danielle was a charming and helpful hostess: she even provided a breakfast service (including freshly made crepes on a couple of mornings) and tempted us to try a local Breton aperitif: rum infused with pineapple & orange! A 5-10 minute walk to the main square with it's magnificent cathedral & many restaurants. The river with its port was a 5 minute walk the other way. Lots to do nearby: coast walks, a chateau and an abbey. Highly recommend Treguier and Danielle's house was a lovely place to stay
This gite is perfect for two people, one bedroom with a comfy bed and lots of little homely touches such as a kettle for your morning cuppa. A very good bathroom with a good shower. There was kitchenette facilities across the court yard with a gas hob, microwave and fridge/freezer and a table for two for eating. . Claudine puts all used dishes into her dishwasher, so no washing up!! A good breakfast is included and was taken in the owners' conservatory overlooking the garden. Francis and Claudine are excellent hosts. There were comfy chairs to sit in the garden and the chateau nearby is within walking distance and well worth a visit (we went twice). There is a little café at the chateau. The area is very quiet but a short drive from Pontrieux which is a beautiful little town. There are lots of lovely places to visit in the area and Francis and Claudine were happy to recommend places and restaurants to eat out. Francis speaks English but a little French would be useful. We stayed for a week and our favourite place was the Rose Granite Coast about half an hours drive away. Be sure to make friends with Bunty the little West Highland terrier who is very sweet. Highly recommended.