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I shall start off developing the routes most familiar to me and will be adding to this as I do more intensive exploring (and get the time to do it!)
Follow sign posts around St Malo towards either Rennes, or if you can’t see that, "Autres Directions".
Turn off when you reach the N176 (E401) to Dinan.
Stay on this road until you get to the N12 (E50), and turn towards Lamballe and St Brieuc.
As you enter St Brieuc follow sign posts towards Ploufragan until you find the D700 signposted Loudéac.
When you come to the island junction between the D700 and the D35 turn towards Uzel and Mûr de Bretagne. Don’t continue towards Loudéac else you’ll get lost!
Follow the D35 past Uzel and Le Quilio and, after St Guen, cross straight over the N164 (...continue)
On the Map we are just South of the N164 (Route Nationale), East of Rostrenen and Gouarec, West of Loudéac.
|We are on the Left as you approach the town centre, still on the D35 (Route Départementale), just past the Rue Neuve with a signpost to Pontivy at the foot, with our very own Zebra crossing and blue matching shutters and gate (this has B&B notice on it). Unfortunately, you will see the Pontivy sign over your shoulder if you’re coming from the opposite direction ...|
|Follow the signposts through the town toward Loudéac and St Brieuc, and at the end of the Rue Pors Bidan, turn Left onto the D35. Unfortunately since this picture was taken, the street sign ‘Rue de la résistance’ has been removed. We are at the second pedestrian crossing, with lavender blue gates and shutters.|
From Pontivy find the D767 heading North through Neulliac and across the Morbihan/Côtes d’Armor border and on into Mûr.
At the junction of the D767 and the D35 follow the directions to Loudéac and St Brieuc. This junction is easily identified by the bar "Le Triskell" - you should have this on your left when you pass it.
After Le Triskell, the second pedestrian crossing you come to is ours, with lavender blue gates on the right.
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