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Welcome tTy Bara Kozh

Our B&B in Brittany (central Brittany), is minutes from the Lac de Guerledan, l'Abbaye de Bon Repos, and the Nantes/Brest Canal. Being in the centre of Brittany, Kreiz Breizh, means that we are within easy reach of Saint Brieuc, Saint-Malo, Dinard, Dinan, Brest, Quimper, Rennes, Vannes and Lorient. For more information please contact us.

Our Chambres D’hôtes (B&B), is in the pretty village of Saint Gelven, just off the N164, between Mur-de-Bretagne and Gouarec,

We have 3 en-suite Double Bedrooms, in the main house, and an attached Garden Annexe with Wheelchair Access, complete with en-suite Double Bedroom, and mezzanine floor with two Single Beds. All our rooms are distinctively furnished to provide luxury and comfort with 100% cotton bedlinen, bath towels and bath robes.

We serve a three course evening meal (table d’hôtes), when ordered in advance, please click on Tariff \ Bedrooms for more information.

All rooms come with free:
  • Wifi
  • TV
  • Tea & Coffee making facilities
  • Mineral water

Special attractions

  • Wheelchair Access new for 2016 This year Ty Bara Kozh (Bretagne for 'the old bread house'), is now able to provide wheelchair access with the opening of our new annexe. 'Le Fournil' (bake house), has been renovated to enable holiday makers with reduced mobility a comfortable and relaxing holiday in central Brittany. Facilities include wheelchair accessible wetroom and WC. Private entrance, and a private terrace accessed through french windows. Le Fournil also has a mezzanine floor with twin beds.
    Posted 12 Aug 2016, 04:07 by Stephen McGlinchey
  • Sunday Market by the Nantes/Brest Canal It's that time of year again, and only 5 minutes from Ty Bara Kozh, the artisans market by the banks of the Nantes/Brest Canal is open every Sunday throughout the summer. It's a lovely market, you can buy local produce, and souvenirs of your visit from the  range of crafts on offer. Then after some busy shopping, relax in the sun at the local Bistro, taking in the picturesque views of the Nantes/Brest canal and L'abbaye Bon Repos.
    Posted 15 Apr 2016, 03:38 by Stephen McGlinchey
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