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Travel tips


We would like your journey to our gîtes to be as simple and stress free as possible.

Below we have listed some of the most popular and conveniant routes for travelling to Ty Nevé.

All you need to do now is decide which route works best for you.

As times are changing it is highly recommended that you take out travel insurance. Please make sure that this covers you healthcare needs as you will soon be unable to use your EHIC card in Europe if you are a UK citizen. For more information click here or contact us. 

Ferries :

Please contact us for details about a discount code for Britanny Ferries

There are several ports and companies which you can use to travel between the UK and France. The closest to our Gîtes is Roscoff, run by Brittany Ferries.

  • Plymouth - Roscoff

  • Portsmouth - Saint-malo

  • Portsmouth - Caen

  • Portsmouth - Cherbourg

  • Portsmouth - Le Havre

  • Poole - Cherbourg

  • Cork - Roscoff

Other cross channel ferry companies: P&O Ferries, DFDS and Condor (Condor provides travel from the channel islands).

Flying is one of the various travel options if you're planning to come to France. 

There are several airports in Britanny all within a reasonable distance from the property, such as DinardNantes and Brest. 

Those are all aproximmatly a two hour drive away.

It is possible to rent a car from car rental companies situated at all of the airports in the list above.

Companies such as Ryanair and Easyjet have regular flights to airports nearby.


For information concerning travel please get in contact with us, click here to go to the contacts page, feel free to ask us as many questions as you like.

Le Shuttle is one of the fastest and cheapest ways to get from England to France, with a fixed route from Folkestone in south Kent to Calais in the north of France.


People sometimes chose this travel option for the price but also if they wish to visit other places in france before staying in our gîtes.

You can also travel using Eurostar, which is a high-speed foot passenger train connecting Great Britain to Continental Europe. The Eurostar travels via the Channel Tunnel, and brings you from London to Paris.

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