given in our B&B to
create warm and pleasant rooms.
Our rooms have all their own
- shower, toilet, washbasin, shaver socket and hair dryer - and
separated from the owners entrance. You will also find in
each room everything necessary to prepare yourself a nice cup of tea or
buildings theselves have been fully renovated in the local breton
traditional way - mostly original old beams, lime and sand
roofs of hand made slates from Commana's hills - with a touch
All accommodations of our
and Breakfast have
to the guest
old fireplace, now fitted with a nice wood stove for a relaxed
evening. A little space is also at your disposal to prepare a
books from our own collection are at your disposal
All our rooms have access
to a WIFI Internet connection **
Private outside parking available.
it's with pleasure that we offer free WIFI Internet access to
guest. However, due to our remote location, our Internet access is
achieved with a satellite connection. Therefore due to its costs,
quotas and response time, this WIFI connection is not suited for movie
watching or downloading, music, on line games and heavy data transfers
like uploading whole sets of pictures. We thank you
(leprechauns, a kind of Goblins in Breton language):
(or Poulpikan) : the names of these Goblins came because they like to
dig (pikañ) in the ponds (poul). They use to ring a little
in the hide, to mislead the little shepherds. The Poulpikans who
migrated to Higher Brittany (our bed and breakfast is situated in Lower
Brittany, the Celtic Brittany) are little red chaps.
: from "korr", dwarf. Literally "little dwarf". In the Finistere area
and the Morbihan, synonym of korrigan (goblin of Brittany)
: little goblin of the fountains and the forests, fine, supple and
pretty, very well adapted to the life with humans, appears and
disappears as it wishes, stands by to some chosen ones their whole life.
description of the Goblins living in the wild moor of the Monts d Arre
have been extracted and freely translated from the book "Vie et Moeurs
des lutins bretons" (Life and habits of the breton goblins), by
Francoise Morvan, editor Actes Sud, 1998.
2008 - 2016 Brezehan Bed
Breakfast Brittany France holiday accommodation