In nearby St Yves, an easy 1 km walk or ride away, there is a grocery store for those essential provisions and to pick up the morning baguette which is also open on a Sunday morning. In Bubry (8 minutes drive) there are three grocery stores/bakers all of which are also open on a Sunday. In Quistinic (10 minutes drive) there is a grocery store.
Where to start? ... we are so spoilt for choice it is difficult! To make sense of the over 50 restaurants in a 25 minute radius, we provide detailed information on most of these to ensure you get the most from your culinary experience of Brittany.
Only a 2 minute drive or a 1km walk is the crêperie in St Yves on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings and 5 minutes drive (or a walk through the forest) brings you to the old mill at Botconan where you can spend an evening relaxing overlooking the lake and sampling some great pizzas. Or a similar distance away is the child-friendly Ty Val.
We also have details of those elusive workers restaurants which only the locals seem to know, where you can still get a hearty 3, 4 or even 5 course meal for £11 including wine. We can provide assistance to make any bookings.
Petrol can be purchased at the supermarket in Bubry 8 minutes drive away on a 24/7 basis , where you pay by machine. Likewise, petrol can be picked up at the supermarkets in Baud, Hennebont and Plouay 20 minutes away on a 24/7 basis. LPG (or GPL in France) can be purchased in nearby Hennebont, 20 minutes away.