Les Deux Fontaines

Feunteun Vihan, Brittany

Overview

Perhaps the most notable things about this excellent modern parc are its large spacious pitches. The pool complex features both a water chute and a four lane waterslide with a covered pool. If you're feeling more energetic, you can try a game of golf on the on-site course or maybe a game of tennis, and in high season the parc owners organise evening entertainment in the bar, which overlooks the extended pool. Beyond the parc, a short stroll along a shady track brings you to a safe, sandy beach and should you feel the urge to explore further, the coastline has many sandy inlets and tiny harbours to discover. You could also make the short drive to the village of Nevez, with its small selection of shops and bars.

Directions

Fly drive is a convenient option for Brittany with regional airports at Brest, Dinard, Rennes and Nantes. Alternatively there are ferries that go from Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth.

Facilities

3 Outdoor Swimming Pools

Accommodation

Whether you fancy staying in one of our modern holiday homes, lodges or a tent, you can be sure to step into quality, detached accommodation, complete with your own outdoor space that you're free to enjoy however you like. Indoors, everyone can enjoy their own space in separate bedrooms and self-catering facilities at your fingertips will give you the freedom to dine in if you fancy.

Attractions

With its rich celtic culture, festivals abound here. Festival de la cite des Hortensias at Perros-Guirec, a 2 day International festival in the centre of town, 12th to 14th August; La Fete de la Morue in Binic from 5th to 8th May celebrates local fishing and the Festival des Ramparts in Dinan from 22nd to 23rd July features jousting knights in the heart of this fine medieval city. The glenan's archipel : some 9 miles off concarneau, discover Glenan archipelago's white sandy beaches and shallow sea, and let yourself get carried far far away. 8 islands, a dozen of islets, many rocks form a circle around an enclosed sea called "the room". This widely beautiful place with its clear water, no deeper than 6.5 feet at low tide, attracts many yachts. Its most distinguished inhabitant is the Glenans narcissus, which grows on the archipelage and nowhere else. "

Service Charges

Service Charge £7 per unit per night.

Facilities Passes FREE.

PAY ONLY £9.50 April 15, 18, October 14, 17

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