Contact

Mme Brigitte Roué
3 rue Pierre Loti
56600 Lanester
brigitte.roue0397@orange.fr

Phone: +(33) (0)2 978 109 29
+(33) (0)6 103 237 25





Useful contacts

Kervant House phone number

If you want to receive calls: 02 98 74 81 58

For all questions related to the rent

Call Ms Roué: 06 10 32 37 25
Or Ms Guilcher who welcomed you: 0033 2 98 70 6 33 or 0033 6 89 51 10 42
Or ask the neighbour: Dr Moullec ( Ms Roué Godfather)

Help Desk

Electricity & heating specialist: Daniel Donnart: 0033 2 98 70 66 33
Labour saving device : Maison Pelleteur Jadé: 0033 2 98 70 10 11

Medical services

Dr Thomas at Cléden : 0033 2 98 70 62 93
Dr Landrein at Cléden : 0033 2 98 70 62 08
Dr Viala at Plogoff : 0033 2 98 70 62 81

Chemist shops

In the center of Audierne.
They are all opened on Saturday until 6pm
Pharmacie Ansquer : 0033 2 98 70 09 10
Pharmacie Jonneaux : 0033 2 98 70 00 50
Pharmacie principale : 0033 2 98 70 03 55

at Plogoff
Pharmacie du bout du monde : 0033 2 98 70 65 87

Veterinaries

At Audierne : 0033 2 98 70 23 01
100 Rue du 14 Juillet (on the Road for La Pointe du Raz)

Supermarchés

Intermarché at Primelin: beef corner is excellent,
products coming from the proximity farms.
A fish corner is also here on Friday morning: very good quality of the products
Leclerc at Esquibien : fish corner is ok but you have only few fish varieties

Bakeries & Pastries

You have a bread depot at l’Abri Côtier Restaurant at Primelin on the departemental Road
Boulangerie Castel at Esquibien: this is a really good bakery, their specialities: Milky rice (French desert) and fresh crepes
Boulangerie Ty Forn at Audierne: excellent bread. Their famous Campaillou or Bucheron breads will be perfect with sea foods.
They also have excellent Breton pastries.
Pâtisserie Bourdon on the quay.

Near the post office

Charcuterie Le Borgne : artisanal delicatessen with high quality products : few products but the best ones !

In Audierne Inside Market

Poissonnerie La Cotriade: Marc Moullec goes everyday to the fish market of Giulvinec. Large choice of fish. Arrival of fresh Prawns at 6.30 pm, you can ask to cook them for free.
You can also order big plates of sea food: www.poissonnerie-lacotriade.com
Boucherie Traiteur Ansquer : High quality
Fromagerie Crèmerie : large choice of cheese
Brulerie : Hand made fresh crepes & Breton pastries – large choice of tea & coffee

Restaurants

Have a look at the menus in the room on the ground floor

Cléden Cap Sizun

L’Étrave: Kettled loabster: to be ordered the day before: the best & the only one ! Many chiefs have tried to steal Hugette’s kitchen secret but nobody found it ! Plates are very generous but quite expensive.

Plogoff

Ty Forn: Pizzeria, good & easy cooking, good quality
Crêperie: In front of Ty Forn: traditional crepes

Audierne

Le Goyen: gastronomic restaurant, exceptional view on the port. Menu from 25€
L’Auberge: open only on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays night. Simple menu & fine kitchen with fresh products, very cosy place ( English owner). Around 30 to 40€ / person wihtout drinks
An Teuzar: Very good traditional Crepes restaurant
Le Bar Breton: Menus from 14 to 24€, very good quality. Speciality of Grilled Sardines & mussels & fries – Terrace on the quay
Le Grand Large: Magnificient view on the sea & the sea wall of the Audierne Port entrance. Nice Brasserie and reasonable prices. Menu & large offer of seasonal mussels

Classified restaurants

Les Glazicks at Plomodiern (Olivier Belin) 2 Michelin Macaroons
Ar Men Du at Névez near Concarneau (Patrick Le Guen) 1 Michelin Macaroon.

 

This is my little selection of good places to give you an idea of where you can have lunch or dinner and discover Breton specialities.
There is also a lot of other places, this is only a quick overview.