Serene Bell Tents near Beach in Brittany, France
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- Pets allowed
The kitchens are stocked with cooking utensils, silverware and tableware, a two-ring cooker, and a cooler. There is also a small pantry for the possible provisions glampers may need to store. This accommodation also comes with a barbecue.
Bathroom facilities include two on-site bath houses, located just a few meters from the tents. The bathrooms have green roofs and wooden panels, and they feature flushing toilets, hot power showers, sinks, washbasins, and outdoor dishes and laundry sinks. The bathroom facilities are cleaned multiple times throughout the day to remain spotless at all times.
- Linens and pillows
- Cooking basics
- Fire pit
- Shared Barbecue
The kitchens are stocked with all the necessary utensils and have basic appliances. The beds are fitted with linens. There is a car park and there are also complimentary bicycles for use to explore the property as well as surrounding area.
- Bicycle rental
Location + Surroundings
The surrounding landscapes of Bot-Conan offer many different types of activities to engage in. For example, if you fancy a typical Breton crêpe, the village of Beg-Meil is very close by. This town has a weekly market that poops us on different mornings in different neighborhoods, where you can find fresh fish brought in that very morning, as well as many other local and fresh products. Beg-Meil also has beautiful beaches that you can explore and a multitude of restaurants - from ice cream shops to pizzerias to creperies to bistros, you will not go hungry! You can also visit the town of Quimper, where you will be able to tour museums and ancient churches, making your trip cultural as well as recreational.
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
- Scuba diving
Tennis: In the town of Beg-Meil you will find five courts, four of them made of clay, where summer classes are available. If it is raining or if there are other reasons that you are not able to use this location, there are other courts in Fouesnant, the next town over.
Golf Course: The Golf of Cournaille, also right on the Forest Bay, is an 18-hole course. The Golf of Blue Green l’Odet is also nearby and is on a forested property of 130 hectares.
Sailing: In the Forest Bay you will find that there is mild wind as it is shielded by the peak of the Beg-Meil mount. There is a Sailing Club in Fouesnant Cornouaille that has catamarans, dinghies, windsurfing and kayaks.
Bicycle riding: There are bikes available for you at the property. This will allow you to get a view of the area while exercising and without spending time in your car! The fresh air of the Breton Oceanside must be taken advantage of!
Fishing: There are many different spots where you can drop a line and wait for that curious fish to catch your bait!
Swimming: The Bay’s shallow water allows you to take a swim whenever you wish, and its clear water will allow you to explore the underwater wildlife. There is also the option to go scuba diving and snorkeling at other surrounding beaches as well. The Bot-Conan beach provides a cool area to rest in the shade, before or after a dip in the water.
Walking: There are many trails and hikes in the surrounding areas, ranging anywhere between 1.5km and 20km.You can choose to take a walk on your own or sign up for a guided hike.
Media library: With over 30,000 books, almost 24,000 discs, 80 revues and newspapers, as well as 3,000 videos, this library has something for everyone! Vinyl records are also available here.
Saint Corentin Cathedral: Built on the remains of an old Roman Cathedral in 1239, this breathtaking Cathedral cannot be missed! Being fully renovated, you can see the influence of all the different architectural styles used throughout the centuries.
Museum of Fine Arts in Quimper: This museum is placed in a 19th century Italian Palace, presenting art works of Italian, French, Spanish, Dutch, and Flemish origin.
Departmental Breton Museum: Placed in what used to be the Bishops’ Palace of Cornouaille, this museum serves as an introduction to the region of Brittany, displaying typical attire as well as the chronological evolution of the Breton people.
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Stays must be from Saturday to Saturday between July 1st to September 1st.