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Little rustic bar hidden in the hills of Brittany. Main trade: a selection of Breton artisanal beers complemented by the best whisk(e)ys and my personal lifelong eclectic music selection/collection (no hip hop/rap). Wood burner. Cradle of Breton...more
The guy of Welsh origin is a font of fascinating history and information. A living walking legend for bar hoppers. He listens and retorts to all conversation in Brettan, Welsh and most of all English. Well worth an hour of anyone’s time.
whilst stopping over on a visit from Normandy & staying in Plouye we stumbled across this quaint bar, welsh man serving local brews for the past many years very proud & probably quite excentric served an excellent stout very smooth & , & the amazing...More
We stumbled across the Tavarn Ty Elise whilst out on our bikes this summer and boy were we glad we stopped. Great locals, lots of them Welsh, obviously! and a very funny landlord too! We had a couple of pints of real ale which was...More
Penydarren comes to Ploye. Byn moved over to Brittany many years ago, his place ha become a bit of a magnet for Celtic and non celtic peoples alike.
Triific pint of Coereff, the place has recently been massily renovated (the fact it burnt down made...More