Le Clézio

Holiday in luxury at Le Clézio in Brittany

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Our well appointed kitchens are a distinct asset for family holidays

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Rest assured you will sleep well in one of our luxurious bedrooms

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Enjoy a relaxed vacation at a slower pace of life

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The Longere

The original old longere is believed to date back to the 16th century. It has been beautifully renovated to retain the character of the old building, with wood beamed ceilings and stone fireplace, but with the added conveniences of modern living with a fully fitted kitchen and luxurious furnishings.

The Local Countryside

A walk or cycle ride along the tow path is a scenic and peaceful experience, no crowds, no rush. Watch out for the otters, the herons, and the woodpeckers.

The Cottage

The fully restored cottage provides a charming open plan lounge, and dining kitchen. Timber beamed throughout, with a modern kitchen and appliances, fully equipped with what we hope will be pretty well everything you might need throughout your stay.

Activities

The Lac du Geurledan is around 3 miles away, where you can spend time swimming, boating, cycling or walking around its shores, without interruption, even in peak season. Pedalos, canoes and motor boats can be hired.

Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Breton countryside, Le Clézio is a truly wonderful place, perfect for holidays, for relaxing and enjoying the delights of the Breton countryside and people. Records show that a hamlet has existed here at least since the 14th Century, and for some time Le Clézio was in the domaine of the Duc de Rohan. The present “petit manoir” was built in 1781, the longere and cottage are thought to date from around the 16th century, and all have been recently renovated to provide accommodation of exceptional space and comfort.

Le Clézio is a haven of tranquility, set in over three acres of gardens and woodland, and bordering the River Blavet, which forms part of the Nantes–Brest canal system. The gardens offer direct access to the river and tow path, so you can borrow our bicycles, take a picnic basket and disappear off for the day, to explore at your leisure. A walk or cycle ride along the tow path is a scenic and peaceful experience, no crowds, no rush. Watch out for the otters, the herons, and the woodpeckers.

Neulliac village is a mile away and provides a range of facilities, including a boulangerie, bar, pharmacy, hairdressers, and an English speaking doctor, should the need arise.