l'Oisette is situated adjacent to the fairway of hole nr. 1 of the championship golfcourse of Chateau des Ormes in Dol de Bretagne, the heart of Brittany. Four elegant, spacious bedrooms with ample cupboard space - all en-suite - with every modern comfort you desire, await you for a tranquile and peaceful holiday.
This elegant Bed and Breakfast is venue is surrounded by a well equipped terrace, covered by a flourishing pergola on the sout side and a 6 meter wide awning on the west side. The 2000m2 garden extends into the golfcourse. There is, however, no danger of a golf ball hurting you.
The to all guests accessible livingroom is comfortable and elegantly decorated with many antiques and beautiful artwork. A large open fireplace invites guests to relax on the colder autumn and winter evenings.
A copious breakfast is served at the large wooden table in the open plan kitchen.
Guests enjoy free internet connection, WIFI as well as satellite television.
Bike rental is available.
Golf enthousiasts have access to the 18 hole championship golfcourse......a reduced greenfee is required however.

Many more golfcourses are available within a distance of appr. 25-40 kms from l'Oisette:

- The in 1887 built - and therefore the second oldest in France - golfcourse of Dinard
- The 18 hole golf course of Pléneuf-val-André with its beautiful views over sandy beaches and cliffs
- The 18 hole inland golfcourse of Saint Malo, le Tronchet, with its lakes and woodlands
- The 18 hole golfcourse of Pen Guen, St. Cast le Guildo, spreading out along the coast and across meadows and woodlands
- The 18 hole golfcourse of Sables d'Or, which derives its name from the gold coloured sandy beaches and not far from Cap Fréhel, a  
   magnificient viewpoint

The above mentioned are just a few challenging golfcourses apart from the many in and around Rennes.

The culture interested guests will no doubt be attacted by the historic sites of Mont Saint Michel with its beautiful Abbey........Combourg with its Chateau where the romantic author Chateaubriand was raised and which is therefore the birthplace of Romanticism.......Saint Malo famous for its walled city which was destroyed during the second world war and authentically rebuilt and famous also for the many boat races which start in this city...........Dinan, with its attractive "port de plaisance", its beautiful English Garden, magnificient 13th Century Basilica........not to forget Dol de Bretagne, the birthplace of the Royal House of the Scottish Stuarts, with its 13th Century Cathedral.
And, then, there are the beautiful beaches of the Cote d'Emeraude and the Cote d'Armor! Dinard, which yearly stages, during October, a festival of British films....easy accessible by a ten minute boat ride from Saint Malo, or by road across the famous Barage de la Rance.
Cancale famous for its delicious oysters, mussles and other fresh seafood, so beautifully represented in the Oil painting by Singer Sergeant: "The Oyster Catchers of Cancale".

All the above mentioned will hopefully help to enjoy a peaceful, interesting, sportive holiday at l'Oisette and it will be my greatest pleasure to welcome you in this beautiful part of the world.......the crossroad between Romanticism and the Baie of Mont Saint Michel.