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About La Goëlette, bed and breakfast brittany

'La Goëlette' invites you to choose your accommodation in a typical breton house, placed in an idyllic and peaceful setting full of charm, in the heart of SAINT-SULIAC. The property has been a farm in former times, built in the seventeenth century. It has been renovated recently to a high standard, but conserving where possible, the original design of the building. This includes immense beams, stone walls, huge wood burning fireplaces, irregularly placed windows...

La Goëlette from back side
  house view from court yard/shelter

There are three comfortable rooms (including a family suite) tastefully decorated, a living room, where breakfast is served, a small stone-walled garden and a covered barn, each with its corresponding furniture, which are all available for our guests. Tea, coffee ...can be served on demand, in the large living/sitting room, which is available for exclusive use of the guests. You will find there a library, revues, games.

Family room
     family room, downstairs

Tea, coffee ...can be served on demand, in the large living/sitting room, which is available for exclusive use of the guests. You will find there a library, revues, games.

sitting room
        guests sitting room

For dinner, self-caterers may make use of a BBQ under the barn , at the place where the former forge with its fireplace and chimney was used for shoeing horses.If, after a sunny day on the beaches of the EMERALD-Coast, or after some time of relaxation at a shady place in our garden, you are too tired for self-catering, there is a small choice of restaurants in SAINT-SULIAC (for exapmle a small but very cosy crêperie close by serving as well 'plats du jour' and sometimes fish) and in the close neighbor villages offering diverse menus .

Since 2004 we AGAIN have an excellent fish- and seafood restaurant in our village : LA FERME DU BOUCANIER

Should no restaurant in the village be open, we could eventually help out, peparing you a simple dinner.

the local Crêperie
     The Crêperie 'Au Galichon'
Scene shelter
shelter "Idylle" photo Lee Bowman, Jersey
red wine drinkers
drinking red wine in the garden

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