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L'Aod, Maison d'hôtes insulaire

Cosy stay on the unspoilt island of Ushant
Guesthouses in Ouessant

  • At the exit of Lampaul village, Aod welcomes visitors in a pretty cottage, tastefully decorated in keeping with the island's natural spirit.

  • With its contemporary design, but respectful of local architecture, Elen has made the right choices to welcome her guests in comfort. Her house has four pretty rooms named Emile, Paul, Colette and Héloïse, including one with private terrace and another very large room with a glimpse of the sea. They are all decorated in the blue, grey and green tones of the island landscape. Local products are naturally served at the breakfast table. Despite its name, Aod - meaning "the foreshore" in Breton...
    With its contemporary design, but respectful of local architecture, Elen has made the right choices to welcome her guests in comfort. Her house has four pretty rooms named Emile, Paul, Colette and Héloïse, including one with private terrace and another very large room with a glimpse of the sea. They are all decorated in the blue, grey and green tones of the island landscape. Local products are naturally served at the breakfast table. Despite its name, Aod - meaning "the foreshore" in Breton - is not on the water's edge, but behind the main village, close to the countryside, sheltered from storms. The grocery shops, bakery, bars, restaurants and all the leisure services of the island - sailing and diving clubs, rental of kayaks and bicycles - are less than a five-minute walk away. On opposite sides, the lighthouses of Stiff and Créac’h are within a 10-minute cycle ride. Between two walks through the moors and rocks, stop off at the eco-museum to learn more about the unusual history and habitat of Ushant.
  • Capacity

    • Accommodation :  8 Person(s)
    • Accommodation :  4 Bedroom(s)
Openings

Openings

  • From January 1, 2021 until January 4, 2021
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