in Morbihan


       Two beautiful 17th Century stone cottages hidden deep in the Breton countryside.
Within easy reach of 5 magnificent golf courses taking you from the Atlantic coast to ancient oak forest of Southern Brittany.
(each cottage sleeps 4 - Formula Golf Pass)

Golf de Rhuys-Kerner Golf de Baden Golf de Saint Laurent Golf de Ploemeur Ocean Golf de Queven



      Age-old trees of an old former estate offer an exceptionally beautiful setting to this lovely undulating golf course. 18 interesting holes for golfers of all standards. The high handicapper has few terrors off the tee while the low handicap player has opportunities to test his decision-making. The holes are well designed and each one has a characture of its own. You will be made very welcome at the clubhouse. The food is excellent. 6100 metres (6671 yards)

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      The views out to sea are wonderful with the Island of Groix clearly visible. In normally good weather the extensive links of Ploemeur are caressed by soft ocean winds. The course offers a wonderful experience for the nature lover and the golf connoisseur. Whatever the standard of the golfer it is necessary to plan your approach at almost every hole. In bad weather this is a real test of golf. The restaurant in the clubhouse is excellent and the staff will make you very welcome.

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      This is one of the top golf courses in France. Set in the centre of a beautiful pine and oak forest the golfer could soon become lost in the wonderful scenery. But while appreciating the scenery it is necessary to keep your wits about you because this course is a test of golf. With care golfers of all standards can really enjoy the day at Saint-Laurent. Do not forget to pay your respects to Saint-Laurent when you reach his shrine out on the course. You never know he could help you to play better! The staff is very friendly and the restaurant is excellent.

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       Situated on the edge of the Gulf of Morbihan and the Auray River. There can be very few golf courses that offer a better setting. The course itself is well laid out with each hole offering something different from the others. Just when you think you have a general outline of the course the 14th to 17th holes take you to totally new territory. Thezn all you have is the long 18th before you can enjoy the well-appointed clubhouse. The restaurant is very good and you will be made very welcome.

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      Almost at the end of the eastern arm of the Gulf of Morbihan and set in the centre of a bird sanctuary. The herons and egrets will watch with interest your attempts to play this genuine links course. Rolling greens and water are the main features of this interesting golf course. Not many hills to climb but decisions to be made on almost every hole. As you turn each corner you will be greeted with yet another interesting hole. The water is well distributed around the course and every hole has water near by. An excellent clubhouse with a good restaurant and helpful staff is on hand to welcome you before and after your round.

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