The Nantes-Brest Canal (River Oust) runs alongside. The mill race (stream) which was used to drive the millwheel is fed by the river. The large weir in the picture created the necessary head of water and today provides a conveniently gentle sloping surface beneath the water, allowing swimmers of all ages to find a depth they are comfortable with.
Alternatively, there is an open-air swimming pool at nearby Reguiny, 10 minutes by car.
Available on site free of charge. The lake offers an easy-to-supervise canoeing experience for all the family, but more confident paddlers can enjoy the adjacent Nantes-Brest Canal, which runs 360km from one end of Brittany to the other.
Lifejackets are provided.
The Tarzan Swing
Tarzan rope swing on site - hours of entertainment.
Available on the river or the lake. Equipment not currently provided but available locally.
Bikes available on site free of charge. The canal towpath is very long, scenic and - perhaps best of all - totally flat. However, the surrounding hills and forests offer plenty of opportunity for those who enjoy more of a challenge.
Extensive choice of beautiful routes along canal or through Forêt de la Broceliande, which features in the legend of King Arthur. Wild mushroom picking in season.
Coarse fishing from the riverbank, ducks nesting on the lake, kestrel on the hilltop, kingfishers on the canal, bats and barn owls in the half-light.
Activities on site and use of equipment undertaken at own risk.
Please note that there are extensive unfenced waterways on the property. Small children will need close supervision at all times. For your own safety, we request that you avoid the boats and water after dark or after drink.