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2-night October escape to Brittany’s River Rance for £99 with Brittany Ferries

Brittany Ferries is currently offering a range of autumn escapes to France, including a two-night break in Dinard from only £99pp.

This break perfect for exploring the delightful towns, villages and other sights that line the River Rance which links medieval Dinan to the port of St Malo.
The offer is available throughout October and includes:

  • An overnight ferry crossing with your car from Portsmouth to St Malo in a two-berth en suite cabin
  • An overnight stay at the Hotel Kyriad St Malo Ouest, Dinard, in a double room with breakfast
  • Discounts on many nearby attractions
  • Free cider at the hotel and after-dinner coffee
  • Return sailing from St Malo to Portsmouth by day or night

  • Places to visit along the way include:
    St Malo - A popular gateway to Brittany, this seafaring town offers up a host of delights including rugged sea walls, a maze of atmospheric cobbled streets, stunning sea vistas, fascinating museums, rich gastronomy, and quirky shopping.
    The Rance Dam - The largest tidal power station in the world. It has generated reliable power and is now a popular tourist attraction too, attracting water sports enthusiasts and curious visitors all year round.
    St Suliac - Halfway between St Malo and Dinan is St Suliac, a fishing port that is regarded as one of France’s most beautiful villages. Take a guided tour, past the pretty granite cottages and 12th-century church, before heading up to the Virgin of Grainfollet statue for panoramic views over the estuary.
    Domaine de Montmarin – The château, park and gardens are listed a national monuments. The château itself was built as a summer house in 1760. The terraced gardens slope down to the River Rance, and include an English-style garden created with wide lawns, shrubberies, a rock garden and delightful herbaceous
    Dinan - This is without doubt one of the most attractive and best preserved small towns in Brittany. With its two mile long ramparts, half-timbered houses, attractive port and cobbled streets filled with art galleries, crêperies and craft shops, it’s worth a day of anyone’s time.
    Dinard - Walking around Dinard, with its Belle Époque villas and stripy beach tents, is like taking a trip back to the 19th century. The most British of Brittany’s resorts is popular with families who are attracted by its sandy beaches and coastal walks. Nearby St Briac and St Lunaire are also worth a visit.

    CLICK HERE to book your autumn break using the reference RANCE

    Posted on 8th October 2015 at 09:53 am in Brittany Ferries |



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