Chateau du Val, and the converted 19th Century hunting lodge, is a great location for short breaks and holidays. Tucked away in a secluded part of Brittany, the Chateau also caters for weddings and other celebrations, as well as offering tailor-made rough shooting breaks.
Author: Martin Jarvis
I’ve just had my first ‘grand aioli’. I’m surprised it’s taken me over 30 years to discover this great French dish. If you’ve never had one, it’s a Provencal dish of fish, vegetables and garlic sauce.
This years Tour de France only makes a fleeting visit to Pays de la Loire and Brittany. Stage 10 runs from Saint-Gildas des Bois to Saint-Malo – a lengthy journey of 193km. Are you going to watch the race or to enjoy the tour ‘caravan’?
Take a look at the new Brittany Ferries tracking service for ferries in the English Channel. We think it’s pretty cool, but not sure how much practical use it might be. Let us know if you can think of something it might be useful for.
Free wi-fi is something that consumers expect more and more from retailers these days, so it’s great to see Brittany Ferries offering this across their fleet from May 2013.