Gîtes Les Bruyères d'Erquy

Natural and relaxing holidays
Group gîte at Erquy

Les Bruyères d'ErquyLes Bruyères d'Erquy
  • Spend a peaceful holiday in a guest room or cottage in a two-hectare wooded park close to the town centre of Erquy and the sea. Les Bruyères d’Erquy can accommodate up to 60 people.

    Florence and Daniel are delighted to welcome you in a guest room or cottage at Les Bruyères d’Erquy. Their two houses in pink sandstone, an emblematic stone of Erquy, are convivial and adjustable: rooms for couples, family units for three to seven people, etc. You can even come as a group, for up to 60 people! Enjoy a copious and varied breakfast each morning of local products directly from the farm. You can also opt for half-board for your entire stay. The large garden is ideal for reading, strolling, resting and listening to the birds sing. Do you need to do something active? Don't hesitate to explore the many paths leaving from the lodge, on foot, bike or horse-back. There are beaches and water sports nearby, accessible without a vehicle.
  • Capacity
    • Accommodation :  45 Person(s)
    • Accommodation :  17 Bedroom(s)
  • Spoken languages
    • English
Services
  • Amenities
    • Internet access
    • Baby's highchair
    • Heating
    • Fireplace
    • Freezer
    • Kitchen available
    • Sheets and linen included
    • Oven
    • Hammam
    • Dishwasher
    • Microwave
    • Television
    • WIFI
  • Equipment
    • Bike shelter
    • Garden
    • Children's games
    • Park
    • Terrace
  • Services
    • Horses welcome
    • Terkking route documentation
    • Bike shed
    • Saddlery room
    • Bicycle hire
    • Cleaning/housekeeping
    • picnic hampers
    • Meeting room
    • Table d'hôte
Rates
Payment methods
  • Debit cards
  • Cheques and giro cheques
  • Holiday cheques
  • Cash
  • Transfers
  • Rates 2019
  • Weekend (furnished flat)
    From 134 € to 162 €
  • Week (furnished flat)
    From 446 € to 541 €
  • Animal tariff
    8 €
Openings
Openings
  • All year
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