Whether you are on foot, in a car, on a bike or a horse, or in a canoe, our region provides every opportunity to make the most of your stay. Here are a few ideas to help you prepare your stay ; you can also count on us to let you have more:
For walkers and cyclists
The towpath route along the Vilaine (Dinan to Redon) partially connects the English Channel with the Atlantic. At Redon take the minor roads to the coast, or take the Nantes-Brest canal, then the Blavet or the Sèvre.
In the house you will find itineraries and advice to help you prepare excursions of a few minutes or of several hours.
Running through the village of Brain, a signposted path takes you in the footsteps of St. Melaine and reveals the local heritage.
Minor footpaths and the long-distance GR39 are easily accessible from the house and will lead you along hilltops and the river towards the village of la Chapelle de Brain and the protected Gannedel marshes. Cycle routes and signposted paths criss-cross all the Pays de Redon.
We have a sheltered area where you can park your bikes, clean them or repair them.
We can prepare a picnic lunch, supply fresh bread, or pick you up from Beslé station if you come by the TER for a stay without the car!
We can offer pasture with water and hay just a few hundred metres from the house. At the house you can hitch your animals and store saddles and other kit.
Horses are allowed on the towpath ; many other tracks such as the équibreizh pass close by.
Many equestrian centres and farms in the Pays de Redon offer sessions of an hour or more.