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Brittany (Breton: Breizh, in French: Bretagne) is a former independent kingdom and duchy, and a province of France. It is also, more generally, the name of the cultural area whose limits correspond to the old province and independent duchy. Brittany is one of the six Celtic nations. It was at one time called "Lesser Britain".
Brittany is famous for its megalithic monuments, which are scattered over the peninsula, the largest alignments are near Karnag/Carnac. The purpose of these monuments is still unknown, and many local people are reluctant to entertain speculation on the subject. The words dolmen (from "daol" table and "maen" stone) and menhir (from "maen" stone and "hir" long) are Breton and commonly used by either Breton or French people.
Brittany is also known for its calvaries, elaborately carved sculptures of crucifixion scenes, to be found at crossroads in villages and small towns, especially in Western Brittany.
Near the historic centre of Lannion and the train station, the Residence Cerise Lannion offers a welcoming setting for discovering the beautiful scenery of the Côte de Granite Rose and a quick access to the Pegase activities area.
The property proposes furnished and equipped apartments which can accommodate 1 to 6 persons. It is fully accessible by elevator and has an underground car park. For a good start to the day, a copious buffet breakast awaits you.
CERISE Lannion is approved by the brand Accueil Vélo and Etape Rando. Contact the reception to discover our facilities : parking, repair kit, bicycle pump, water supply to clean your bike, adapted breakfast...
You can dine in one of our partner restaurants located within walking distance or reserve a lunch box for sale at the desk. (More information at the reception)