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Name Description Suitable for a rainy day?
Relaxing in the sun by the pool Up at our pool, on a sunny day, is really lovely.  The views are fabulous, it is peaceful (normally), with cabanas and loungers where hopefully you can relax for a bit with a book. No
Fort la Latte, Cap Frehel A medieval fort with spectacular views over the coast.  A must do. You can climb all around it.  Toddlers will need to be hung on to but it is beautiful. No
The beaches The beaches by us are stunning.  Nothing more, nothing less! No
Seafood & gastronomy This area is famour for its seafood, from a spectacular Fruit de Mer to the local Moules Frites.  There are fab restaurants to be discovered to suit everyone’s budget and taste. Yes
Indian Forest, Morieux This is a go-ape style tree climbing adventure playground, with obstacle courses for those 3+ years.  Adventurous adults love it. Level of difficulty for each course is graded by colour – try a black one! No
Velo Rail, Medreac This is really unusual.  A disused train track, with bikes each side, a net in the middle for the kids and off you go.  Babies can be attached in their car seats.  It is impossible to fall off, don’t worry.  Go as fast as you can, the kids love it, just watch your picnic does not fly out! No
Sports and nature Lesley can arrange pretty much anything you want to do.  From hiring bikes, kayaks, paddle boards, to advising on cycle routes, walks, mountain bike tracks etc.  There are some lovely walks to be discovered in the Cotes d’Armor.  Cap Frehel is an area of natural beauty and really should be discovered on foot.  You will stumble over deserted  beaches, monoliths and stunning views. No
Onsite dining One of the reasons people come back to La Touche year after year is that with small children it can be difficult to eat out and Lesley’s Plat du Jour service offers the parents a chance of having a freshly prepared meal delivered to their gite or at one of the bistro tables. Giving the feeling that mum and dad are having a holiday too!  Lesley hasn’t forgotten the children either; if you really want a week of no cooking at all, there are frozen meals for the kids! Yes
Mont St Michel, Dinan and St Malo Two beautiful medieval towns and a world heritage site, with ramparts that can be walked around, a little train that will tour around, ports with boat rides, and great shopping. A bit of history and culture for mum and dad and the little ones love it too as it looks just like a princess castle! Yes
Meeting other parents The highlight of lots of the adults on holiday is the social side.  Meeting other parents, being able to go to the bar, the Wine and Cheese evening.  All these things are added extras that make you feel like you are having a holiday as well. Yes