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The Jouannys and their staff greeted us warmly and made our stay there very special. The food is wonderful, the service charming and expert, and the dining room decor very tasteful. Our room was very comfortable and elegantly decorated (as are the public rooms). The...More
This hotel/restaurant in a villa " Belle Epoque" is run by two sisters, second generation. Great location with fine views over the bay. Rooms with terrace are excellent, rooms with balcony a bit smaller but also fine. Salons with a lot of "bric a brac"...More
This is a stunning place to stop and smell the roses. The facilities are terrific, check out the pool and spa....enjoyed the food too. The dining room has an amazing view over the bay. This is a 'Relais de silence.'
We stayed a week as a family of 4 at Ti al Lannec. We loved the hotel's location, high up on the hill at Trebeurden, overlooking a lovely beach (public, but not overly crowded, which can be reached through a private path) with views over...More
a 5 day stay and the weather was not good but the Hotel is so comfortable and the location perfect for a relaxing stay The pool and the rest of the spa facilities are top class. and the gardens are beautiful Eat well sleep well...More
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A train to Lannin is the only real alternative to a car. TGV from Paris is probably the best from London. Although you could if you wanted to to make the journey part of the holiday take the train from London to Portsmouth... More
A train to Lannin is the only real alternative to a car. TGV from Paris is probably the best from London. Although you could if you wanted to to make the journey part of the holiday take the train from London to Portsmouth Harbour , about 80 minutes, Brittany Ferries overnight to St Malo , very comfortable cabins and good food pleasantly served in the restaurant, and then a local train from St Malo to Lannion. That is a three and half hour journey with two changes . But you would know that you had earned the gorgeous food and delightful location by being intrepid and saving so much carbon !