- Drinking water
- Independent dry toilets
- Bicycle storage
- Train or Bus
Meadow, very quiet, beautiful vegetation, little traffic, nice wooded paths for hiking and mountain biking. Please let us know (call us) of your arrival after reservation.
Prairie, very quiet, beautiful vegetation, little traffic, nice wooded hiking and mountain bike trails.
The sanitary facilities
There are sinks without hot water. Dry toilet outside.
No internet, no kitchen equipment, possibility to charge your cell phone at home
Beach, port, walks, hikes
Notify us (call us) of your arrival after booking.
- Bar / Restaurant
- Cultural visits
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
Experience the authenticity of country life, forget about comfort, and if you feel like it, lend a hand on the farm. Laurence and Jean Bernard are warm, open and honest people who preserve the memory of Breton farmers through their way of life.
A real stopover that will leave a mark on you. You change time!
Very roots but frankly top.
Jean Bernard and Laurence are wonderful hosts! They are adorable and their farm is timeless! In spite of all the work they have to do, they took the time to talk with us. They work in their farm in a traditional way with animals and I invite you to taste the products of their farm! We will return with great pleasure!
A change of scenery in the heart of this atypical farm. Superb welcome. I strongly recommend a stopover at Jean-Bernard's for nature lovers.
Thank you to Jean Bernard for his welcome and the little exchanges we had on his farm. Very enriching.
A step not to be missed for the amateurs of authenticity.
Jean Bernard is a very welcoming person!
We could discover his work with his animals in the fields by accompanying him.
We could also taste the famous artisanal cider, a treat!
Concerning our camp : quiet and in the middle of nature.
A beautiful experience!
It was an unforgettable experience to meet Jean-Bernard, one of the last Breton farmers to work with animal traction with his oxen... He and his partner Laurence are very busy with the work of their farm but they did not hesitate to offer us a glass of their home-made cider on our arrival and a coffee in the morning. It's a real trip back in time to spend a moment with them!