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THE ARBRE VOYAGEUR OFFERS YOU

An exceptional living environment in the heart of Morbihan ...

GUEST HOUSE WITH SWIMMING POOL
NEAR CARNAC, LORIENT, QUIBERON IN BRITTANY

In Brittany, in Morbihan, on the Ria d'Etel, L'Arbre Voyageur is a beautiful neo-Breton farmhouse located halfway between Vannes and Lorient, near Carnac, Quiberon, La Trinité sur Mer, Auray, Erdeven. Nearby you will discover Etel, ST CADO, the megaliths and the many historical sites of the region, the superb beaches of Quiberon in Gâvres, the Wild Dunes classified 18th Great site of France, the hiking trails including the GR 34, the Gulf of Morbihan or the islands of Groix, Belle Ile, Houat, Hoedic, Île aux Moines ... Corinne and Hugues welcome you to their 5 guest rooms with refined decoration, offering comfort and privacy. In Locoal-Mendon, between land and sea, in peace, the VOYAGEUR Tree is a haven of peace where reign peace and serenity. In the morning, a gourmet breakfast will be served, consisting of homemade, local and regional products carefully selected by them. For dinner, at the host table dedicated to the gastronomy of the sea, you will taste gourmet and local cuisine. If you wish, Hugues, a state-certified 2nd degree golf teacher, will be happy to accompany you on the superb Morbihan golf courses, including the ST LAURENT and BADEN golf courses. You will also enjoy, depending on the period, outings on his DEHLER 29 Racing sailboat and discover the magnificent body of water in the Gulf of Morbihan and Quiberon Bay, as well as the islands, each one more beautiful than the other.

Conveniently located
CARNAC, LA TRINITÉ S/ MER,...

They offer five charming rooms, a “table d’hote”, a tearoom and a covered, heated swimming pool opened from 5th of April to the 11th of October.

THE BAY OF QUIBERON
THE PARADISE OF NAUTIC LOISIRS

Enjoy your stay in our guest house to enjoy the many water sports available nearby in the Bay of Quiberon, the Ria d'Etel or the Auray River.