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Chambres d'hotes Au Pre Carre

13 rue Xavier Grall Mériadec, 56400 Plumergat France
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  • All linens sanitised in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
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#1 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Plumergat
Travellers' Choice
Une propriété sur 2500 m² de terrain Maison d'hôtes de 520 m² habitables 5 chambres d'hôtes de 30 m² avec un lit de 180 x 200 1 maison de vacances (un gîte) de 110 m² pour 6 personnes 1 petit gîte de 25 m² pour 2 personnes 1 piscine intérieure chauffée (8 m x 4 m) 1 sauna 1 hammam 2 chambres d'hôtes du rez-de-chaussée ont une baignoire '' balnéo '' Les prestations sont qualifiées de '' luxe ''
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Horseback riding
Children's television networks
Secured parking
Indoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary instant cofffee
Complimentary tea
Kid-friendly buffet
Kids' meals
Special diet menus
Walking tours
Kids pool
Highchairs available
Taxi service
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Head massage
Steam room
24-hour security
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
Ironing service
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Room features
Soundproof rooms
Separate dining area
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Extra long beds
Walk-in shower
Wardrobe / wardrobe
Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Electric kettle
Whirlpool bathtub
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French
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Albert wrote a review Aug 2020
Province of Barcelona, Spain2 contributions
We stayed 4 nights in this comfortable house. The hosts are very friendly and although we don't speak French they did good efforts to provide us with good suggestions to visit the area. We have to add that there was some misscomunication with the external booking platform related to the number of kids (not their or our fault) but they did not extra charge us and quickly adapted the room. The place is well located to visit the area. Take into account that it's a house in the town, not in the field, so that the garden is a bit small. However, just in the nearby there are adapted ways for walking and biking through the trees and enjoy the nature. Breakfast is good with home made cakes, lots of different breads and real orange juice among others. Swimming pool was also available. The only point that I'd mention to improve is the low WiFi coverage in our room, but anyway we go there to disconnect!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Simon_Whelan wrote a review Oct 2018
UK111 contributions86 helpful votes
We had a lovely stay at Au Pre Carre. Our hosts were very welcoming and our rooms were large, and very clean and comfortable, and there is plenty of secure parking. The setting is very nice at the end of the village, so very peaceful. The highlight for us was the food - the breakfast was lovely with fresh cake each day, as well as fresh fruits and a great selection of breads, cheeses, meats, jams etc. We also ate at the B&B both nights, and the food was of a really excellent standard, and served with some extremely good wines. We would definitely recommend staying here and definitely eat here if you are staying!
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Pau L wrote a review May 2017
Barcelona, Spain76 contributions34 helpful votes
Just spent two nights with my +1 at this B&B while touring Bretagne. In the Morbihan region, having checked numerous lodging options, I can conclude this is the best one. Strategically located equidistant to all the main sites of the bay. The room we stayed in was modern and had high quality equipment including a big bathroom with a jacuzzy. Welcome was very warm, and breakfast superb. I can fully recommend this B&B as the no. 1 place to stay in Morbihan
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Bbi wrote a review Jan 2017
Westbrook, Connecticut132 contributions62 helpful votes
So much to say, mostly positive and great, but I think it would be helpful to describe the ways in which this B&B is different than the americanized/anglicized French B&B's. You've probably noticed the lack of reviews - but if you look on the French tripadvisor site there are lots and lots of reviews. We only found this B&B because we found a card in a previous B& B with the website of an association of French B&B's. Looking online at the association, we found Au Pre Carre. I was frankly a little nervous that as Americans we might not be welcome- I wondered why there were no ads for this B&B on the usual English language travel websites. In fact we were very welcome. Although I do speak passable French, the proprietor, Gerard Lapotre, does speak English. As we left he asked me to post a review on Tripadvisor, so clearly they are in fact interested in attracting English-speaking guests. Also, Gerard and his wife were very very nice to us. On this trip, I happened to need an iron and ironing board, and I phoned ahead to ask if they had one. It was obvious that they didn't, but by the time we arrived the next day, there was an obviously new iron and ironing board in our room Location: In a little town well-located for exploring Vannes and other parts of Brittany. upon arrival, Gerard sent us to a great restaurant in a beautiful nearby town (sorry I just can't remember the names right now.) I believe that all the guests had cars, and I'm not sure this location would make sense without one. Lots of free parking available at the B& B. The area was very quiet. My husband enjoyed taking his usual early-morning walks in this area. The room: Spectacular, wonderful - totally clean, large, light airy, quiet, modern, well-equipped, great bed. I believe there were 4 rooms total - two on the ground floor and two one level up. We had Chambre Flamant one level up. The photos on the website are accurate. We were there 3 nights. There was no maid service, but we were provided with an abundance of towels and some basic cleaning supplies, which we didn't need. (There are also a couple of houses on the property for families and other larger groups.) The B&B common areas: Here is one difference from the usual Anglo-American. The living room was not available to guests but was private for the family. The breakfast room was open to guests for the meal, but otherwise closed the rest of the day. My research revealed that this is typical of a traditional French B&B. There was a small indoor pool with a couple of chairs, and a sliding door to a small patio. This was a common area, and I noticed that on the French reviews, this common pool are was often mentioned as sort of an extra and positive feature. So if you're expecting to hang out in a living room, and maybe mingle over a drink or late afternoon tea with other guests or the owners - no that's not going to happen here. The Breakfast: One was required to tell Gerard the night before whether one would have breakfast at either 8 or 9. I'm not exactly sure why, but perhaps so that they could have our tea or coffee ready for us when we arrived. Breakfast was different than what we had experienced elsewhere, although I realized too late that Gerard would have been happy to provide us with whatever we requested. Brittany is known for its breads, and this B&B goes all out to provide 5, 6 or more different breads for breakfast. What I personally found lacking was protein. At least hard-boiled eggs, and often some meats, have become pretty standard in a breakfast in France. However, upon researching this later, I realized that the protein would not be traditional in a B&B in Bretagne, and that other reviewers, French, really loved the extensive selection of breads. To be more specific, besides the breads, the first morning, there was a kind of casserole (maybe some egg and noodles, not sure) and no other protein. The second morning, we came down and there was a plate of cheese and sausage, not on the buffet, but being passed around. My impression, but I'm not certain, is that a Swiss guest had requested it. Sorry, but I can't remember the 3rd morning, but upon reflection, I realize that if I had just requested a couple of hard boiled eggs in the morning, I'm sure I would have gotten that, as the hosts were more than accommodating on everything else. I'm sorry to admit that I was probably intimidated by my uncertainty as to whether we were welcome, and the fact that the other guests were almost all French, except for one Swiss person. I do recommend Au Pre Carre. They do everything well, and for the Anglo/American traveler, it's a chance to experience a more authentically French and Bretagne accommodation - it was a very comfortable way to get a little out of our "comfort zone."
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Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Luxury accomodations but mid-range price.
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Julia D wrote a review Mar 2015
Langoelan, France1 contribution
We stayed here on the 3rd March 2015 it was only about an hour away from our home but just wanted a break away, we found it to be very clean and relaxing. The owners were very friendly and even though we had to leave a day early due to my husbands health issues they were very understanding, and the meal we had in the evening the sauce on the salmon was to die for, (lovely) the only thing I would say is perhaps it would be good to inform the customer what they would be eating before served but very good all the same.
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Date of stay: March 2015
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The room sur la Pont was very disabled friendly, however when the floor gets wet it gets very...
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre
Which popular attractions are close to Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre?
Nearby attractions include Basilique de Sainte Anne D'auray (4.5 km), Enigmes Breizh (7.5 km), and Port De St Goustan (7.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and free breakfast.
Which room amenities are available at Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, a desk, and extra long beds.
What food & drink options are available at Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, complimentary tea, and free instant coffee during their stay.
Is parking available at Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Chaudron, Creperie Saint Sauveur, and Creperie aux Galettes d'Antan.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a sauna during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Remparts de Vannes (11.1 km), Porte Saint-Vincent (11.1 km), and Porte Prison (11.1 km).
Is Chambres d'hôtes Au Pre Carre accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.