Room « Kerascoët »
The stone and wood decorate this very bright standing room, which offers stunning views of the St. Nicholas Chapel and gardens. His bathroom into an old granite stairway give atypical charm.
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- Independent water room
- Independent toilet
- TV, Telephone and Internet
- Courtesy tray
- Mineral water on arrival
HIGH season: from 01/06 to 30/09
Middle season: from 01/03 to 31/05 and from 01/10 to 31/10
LOW season: from 01/11 to 29/02
City tax not included: €1.46 per adult per night
The village of Kerascoët
Kerascoët is a breton village of the 16th century that is typical of the « land of the standing stones » (mein zao in breton) since its originality lies in the high granite blocks which are erected as a wall. Of course, thatched roofs, the main street with its oven and its well complement this postcard landscape.