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Inter-Hotel Taledenn
2 Stars  
(45 Rooms)

Rond-point de Kermaria, Pont-lʼAbbe (Map)

This hotel is located at the entrance to Pont l'Abbé, near the train station and a 10-minute drive from Quimper Airport. Inter-Hotel Taledenn offers en suite rooms and free Wi-Fi. Inter-Hotel Taledenn’s rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV, tele  more...

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Hôtel La Tour D'auvergne
2 Stars  
(19 Rooms)

22 Place Gambetta, Pont-lʼAbbe (Map)

Located in the heart of Pont l’Abbé, Hotel La Tour d’Auvergne offers a warm and friendly welcome in a typical stone house set close to the beaches and fishing harbours. Hotel La Tour d’Auvergne offers 19 charming rooms decorated with soothing colour  more...

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Hôtel KYRIAD QUIMPER - Pont-l'Abbé
3 Stars  

4 rue Hyacinthe Le Bleis, Pont-lʼAbbe (Map)

The Hôtel KYRIAD QUIMPER - Pont-l'Abbé in Pont-lʼAbbe, France situated 4 rue Hyacinthe Le Bleis. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
This accommodation Hôtel KYRIAD QUIMPER - Pont-l'Abbé would be glad to welcome you soon. The correct data depends on the update of the information through the management and cannot be guaranteed.  more...

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Kyriad Quimper Aeroport- Pont-l'Abbé
2 Stars  

4 rue Hyacinthe Le Bleis, Pont-lʼAbbe (Map)

The Kyriad Quimper Aeroport- Pont-l'Abbé in Pont-lʼAbbe, France situated 4 rue Hyacinthe Le Bleis. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
This accommodation Kyriad Quimper Aeroport- Pont-l'Abbé would be glad to welcome you soon. The correct data depends on the update of the information through the management and cannot be guaranteed.  more...

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Pont-lʼAbbe:

Pont-l'Abbé is a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in north-western France. The self-styled capital of Pays Bigouden (roughly the region between the river Odet and the Bay of Audierne), Pont-l'Abbé was founded in the 14th century by a monk of Loctudy who built the first bridge across the river estuary, hence the name. The same monk also built the first castle.

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