Two bedroom gite, all on one level with a south facing garden to the front.
L’Ecurie used to be the stables, and it is now a two bedroom gite. It is all on one floor, with one small step to the showeroom.
It has a lovely outlook as it overlooks the front of the complex so has great views over the fields in front. Recommended for the grandparents, couples, friends and families.
Welcome pack, parking
Linen, towels, robes for adults, ponchos for kids
VAT, Wifi (in communal areas)
Use of all facilities
2 hour end of stay clean
Children’s activities in
(available on request)
Cots, blackout blinds
Bed guards, nightlights
High chairs, booster seats
Baby rockers, Play mats
Sterliser, Stair gates, toys, books
Champagne on ice
arrival meal (kids and/or adults)
daily bread/patisserie delivery
onsite bar/food service
Tax de Sejour
Check in 4pm. Check out 10am.
July and August – Saturday arrival and departure days. min. stay – 7 nights.
Other months – Flexible arrivals, min. stay – 3 nights.
Flexible cancellation policy for all new bookings from May 2020 with a start date after 1st August 2020. See Cancellation Policy.
10% discount on subsequent week on multiweek holidays.
20% discount with Brittany Ferries.
Bookings made prior to May 2020:
30% non-refundable deposit, payable on booking.
Once balance is paid, the following policy is in place:
50% balance retained if cancelled more than 30 days before arrival.
100% balance retained if cancelled 30 days or less before arrival.
Bookings made after May 2020 (excluding bookings made with vouchers or credits from previously cancelled bookings – these remain in line with the previous cancellation policy detailed above).
Bookings are fully flexible up to 2 days before arrival (can be amended or cancelled) provided the 30% deposit is paid on booking and the balance is paid 8 weeks before arrival.
The 2 day cancellation period is strict and cannot be waived. If you cancel less than 2 days before arrival, you will not be refunded and 100% of the balance of your holiday with be retained.
Refunds will be made on the day you were due to check out and not before this time.
It is highly recommended that clients take out appropriate travel insurance.
Adresse postale :
+33 (0)2 96 34 09 85
+33 (0)6 50 63 42 87
Latitude 48.545435 Longitude -2.423484
Getting to us / Nous Situer
Aéroport de Dinard-Pleurtuit-St Malo : 35km
Aéroport de Rennes :80 km
Aéroport de Brest : 175 kms
Aéroport de Nantes Atlantique : 200 kms
Aéroport de Paris Beauville : 425 kms
Aéroport de Orly, Paris : 440 kms
Aéroport de Chales de Gaules, Paris : 460 kms
Port de St Malo direction St Brieuc : 45km
Port de Roscoff direction St Brieuc : 145kms
Port de Ouistrenham (Caen) direction St Malo : 200 kms
Port de Cherbourg direction St Malo : 250kms
Port de Le Havre direction St Malo : 300 kms
Port de Dieppe direction Caen : 400 kms
Port de Calais direction Rouen : 550 kms
Gare TGV Lamballe : 10kms
EuroTunnel direction Rennes : 550 kms
Rennes direction Lamballe via N12 : 90 kms
Paris direction Rennes, puis St Brieuc via A11 : 440 kms
EuroTunnel direction Rennes : 550 kms
Emerald Coast Gites, run by Lesley and Simon, offers a perfect base for a family holiday in this beautiful part of Brittany. In a secluded setting, these guys have put together a great set of gites around a safe playground for children and offer much needed downtime for the parents too. Lesley and Simon are so welcoming and offer plenty of advice and insight into the local area too. They run a small bar on site, in the centre of the complex, which is a great place for the parents to come together of an evening and make new friends and enjoy some drinks, with all the ‘baby’ monitors hooked up for everyone to keep an ear out. There’s a pool table and satellite TV to keep us sport-mad folks in touch. We stayed with our two young daughters for two weeks. The weather was super and the local beaches are absolutely first class – huge expanses of sandy beaches, and in early September almost no one about (except our fellow travellers to the Gites!). The market towns are very pretty, notably Dinan, and the markets at places like Lamballe and Matignon are worth a visit, especially to buy fresh produce.