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Malguenac:  The village name is of Gallo-Roman origin and means 'Big Hill'. Which you will appreciate the meaning of, if your ever brave enough to cycle up from Pontivy ! 


This is our nearest village and where you will find a boulangerie, mini super-market, creperie restaurant and 2 local bars all offering a warm and friendly welcome.

There is a football pitch, childrens playground, basketball court and tennis court here, just ask for directions. 



Pontivy : Our closest town, it's just 15 minutes away. It is an attractive market town steeped in Napoleonic history.

Within the charming north end of the medieval town stands the fortified 15th century Château de Rohan. Perched on the hillside overlooking the river, this side of town has twisting old streets, timber framed houses which contrast dramatically with the other side of towns regimented streets and stately riverside promenades laid out to Napoléon's plan.


Enjoy fine restaurants, excellent shopping, bars and café and with menu's to suit every taste and offering superb value for money wherever you choose to dine, it's not only the Chateau that has appeal.

You can go swimming in the open-air swimming pool, canoeing at the sailing center, walking on the footpaths, horse-riding and mountain-biking on the signposted tracks.

Moored up along the riverside is a large boat which is the Tourist Information Centre.

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