Hédé-Bazouges is located in Brittany, in Ille-et-Vilaine. Known for its peaceful setting and atmosphere, this destination offers a haven of tranquility. Hédé-Bazouges seduces with its historical heritage, with its 12th century medieval castle. Nature lovers will be delighted by the magnificent landscapes, ideal for beautiful walks.


Rennes, the capital of Brittany, is a dynamic city that offers a unique combination of historical heritage and modernity. With a rich history, Rennes is distinguished by its historic center, with its cobbled streets, half-timbered houses and cathedral. As a major economic and academic hub, the city offers a vibrant cultural scene, with museums, art galleries, theaters and festivals throughout the year. Nature lovers will appreciate the parks and gardens that dot the city, offering spaces for relaxation. In addition, Rennes is renowned for its gastronomy, with its colorful markets, its restaurants and its crêperies where you can taste regional specialties . 

Dinan and Saint-Malo

Dinan and Saint-Malo are two jewels of Brittany. Dinan, a medieval town located on the banks of the Rance, enchants visitors with its narrow streets, its half-timbered houses and its ramparts. Its historical atmosphere makes it a popular destination for architecture lovers. In contrast, Saint-Malo, a lively port city, is renowned for its imposing fortifications, sandy beaches and its ambiance. Visitors can stroll along the ramparts, explore the shopping lanes and enjoy the lively atmosphere. Whether for its medieval side or its maritime spirit, Dinan and Saint-Malo offer a Breton experience.

The Mont Saint Michel

The Mont Saint-Michel is one of the emblematic wonders of France and an unmissable destination in Brittany. This spectacular rocky island is crowned by a medieval abbey, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding area. With its cobbled streets, its picturesque houses and its rising tide which isolates it from the continent, the Mont Saint-Michel is a real leader -architectural and natural work, attracting millions of visitors each year. Let yourself be seduced by this idyllic and historic setting

The unavoidable

Ille-et-Vilaine is full of treasures to discover. The Dolmens of Ille-et-Vilaine offer a journey back in time by allowing you to explore these prehistoric monuments. The 11 Madeleine locks are a masterpiece of engineering. The Château de la Bourbansais transports you to the history with its architecture and gardens. The village of Bécherel, famous for its bookstores and literary events, is a paradise for book lovers. Combourg, with its romantic castle, offers an enchanted getaway. Finally, Pointe du Grouin offers breathtaking panoramic views, where the ocean meets the cliffs.

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To reach Ille-et-Vilaine, several transport options are available to you. If you prefer to fly, Rennes Airport is a convenient choice. Once there, the cycle paths allow you to discover the beauty of the Ille-et-Vilaine landscapes by bike, offering a pleasant experience. If you prefer the train, the Combourg and Rennes stations are easy arrival points. Rennes is a major railway station, connected to many cities and the bus 8a drops you practically from the bus station to the hotel door. Finally, the RN 137 is a national road which crosses the region, offering good accessibility by car.