Combishort Urban Outfitters – sur les toits de Castelbrac

Quand j’ai parlé à une copine de Dinard elle m’a dit “tu vas voir c’est un peu prout prout mais c’est si joli Dinard tu vas adorer !” je ne dirai pas mieux qu’elle, j’ai adoré, je dois être un peu prout prout (j’adore cette expression je la trouve géniale).

J’étais invitée par le charmant hôtel Castelbrac qui a ouvert cet été, une petite merveille de boutique hôtel comme j’en raffole (en voyage, mes mots clés sont simples : “boutique, hôtel, view”). J’adore son nom en plus, on dirait presque celui d’une ville.

Après quelques heures de train, je suis arrivée en gare de St malo (3h de train, je finis le 5e livre de Game of Thrones, c’était presque trop court), et c’est en bateau que j’ai accosté sur le petit ponton d’l’hôtel, après avoir regardé bouche bée les sublimes propriétés aux toitures pointues (turlututu) qui bordent la côte entre St Malo et Dinard.

La météo m’avait promis de la pluie, mais la Bretagne en avait décidé autrement, j’ai donc profité du soleil sur la jolie terrasse de ma chambre avec mon livre pendant une bonne partie du week end en regardant les mouettes se disputer les miettes de mon petit déjeuner (comme si ça ne suffisait pas d’avoir piqué les viennoiseries que j’avais laissées, telle une grosse noob du bord de mer, sans surveillance l’espace de 30 secondes).

Je ne vous ferai pas un city guide de Dinard, c’est tout petit et c’est bien plus marrant d’aller au hasard des rues en prendre plein les mirettes face aux jolies maisons dont la ville regorge. Et vous trouverez aussi tout seuls le chemin de la plage où le sable laisse des paillettes sous les pieds. Vous pourrez aussi faire comme moi et vous assoir avec les petites grand mères du coin sur un banc de la promenade du clair de Lune juste en dessous de l’hôtel pour regarder les passants et respirer le bon air marin. J’ai adoré tout ça. Surtout profiter du couloir de nage de l’hôtel où il n’y avait personne (c’est ça qui est bien avec les petits hôtels).

J’étais bien.

Alors si vous aussi vous voulez profiter du micro climat de la ville et vous réveiller dans une petite chambre où vous tomberez amoureux des meubles, prenez votre billet pour St Malo et filez à Castelbrac <3





























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33 "comments on"Castelbrac

  1. 16 September 2015 at 10:26

    Oh it makes you want all these pretty pictures !

  2. 16 September 2015 at 10:46

    This hotel looks lovely !
    You got lucky on time, this beautiful blue sky dream in the Lyon greyness…

    • 16 September 2015 at 10:53

      Here in paris is the flood and it's all black (T⌓T)

  3. 16 September 2015 at 10:50

    Dinard is actually a small town but not so fart-fart when he was living in the year and full of unusual places to visit. I also create a blog in order to ,in another, highlight the charms and new life in the city (not only seaside).
    I hope you come back there will be other beautiful shots.

  4. 16 September 2015 at 10:52

    Oh your photos are sublime, they make you want to leave on vacation… right now.
    Bisous <3

  5. 16 September 2015 at 11:00

    Beautiful pictures !
    a little change of scenery without flying.

  6. 16 September 2015 at 11:08

    Dinard actually looks very pretty, but where I am blown away that is at the beauty of your photos !
    I do not know, I feel that something happened and your pictures took another dimension. Bref, I love and I want to tell you that I spent several minutes in front of some of the photos of this article by saying that they were really beautiful :-))

  7. 16 September 2015 at 11:25

    Reading your article I had wanted to take my ticket and watching your photos, I'm already convinced ! Anyway I love your pen

  8. 16 September 2015 at 11:33

    Resident, beautiful pictures ! Me following a follower of Normandy and the Baie de Somme, it makes me want to go presto. So charming !
    Belle journée à toi :)

  9. 16 September 2015 at 12:44

    Oh it's so pretty !
    On dirait un décor de Wes Anderson ! ♡__♡

  10. 16 September 2015 at 13:32


    Dinard, is not so small that, unless you confined yourself to the city center actually is not very large
    By the coast you can go to the beach of white port to the Viscount and the land, we must see the Breton port, riding stable, Saint Enogat area through the villa eugénie…….Dinard is full of beautiful things in addition to the sea !

    • 16 September 2015 at 15:27

      Yes for sure I guess Dinard is more than I've seen, but I tend to not want to run around when I'm somewhere that 2 days ;)

  11. 16 September 2015 at 13:35

    But it's pretty… ♥ ♥ ♥
    A wonder for the eyes. I did not know this corner! and the hotel is just fabulous!
    Quelle chance ;-)

  12. 16 September 2015 at 14:25

    I love these pictures, this place looks beautiful! I also love the little details in the room, it makes all the difference!

  13. 16 September 2015 at 14:30

    Han I want to go !!! *___*
    I also want to argue with the seagulls and wake up in it so nice decor !

  14. 16 September 2015 at 15:48

    I love dancing seagull :)

  15. 16 September 2015 at 16:40

    Oh, it is as beautiful as any hotel ! *-*

  16. 16 September 2015 at 16:48

    Oh lala !! I love your blog and, necessarily so, tes photos, mais là, they leave me speechless ! *.* They are sublissimes ! And that's why I write a comment (for once…). I love especially one where a person is seen running into the sea with houses in the background (I tell myself that it might be you actually haha !). En tout cas, it makes you want (re)Discover Dinard and particularly this hotel although I would take the furniture for my home ;)
    En tout cas, it's always a treat to watch your photos !

  17. 16 September 2015 at 16:49

    It's super nice but good, ouch ouch ouch the price of this still Castelbrac !!!!!
    Occasionally, Of course, you have to know to have fun but finance can not always follow…
    On va, for the moment, can only dream of before your beautiful pictures :)

  18. 16 September 2015 at 17:34

    as we say at home, “brittany, it wins you!!”
    I've never been to Dinard precisely but it is not true that my house is said to Dinard is a little fart fart, but possibly also why the city is so pretty!

  19. Leila Cheyron
    16 September 2015 at 21:04

    There is a story about Dinard ds Roots and wings on your nice hotel

  20. Lise Bancons Mailman
    16 September 2015 at 21:45

    An Goossens Lalemant

  21. 16 September 2015 at 22:15

    superb, including the first photo !

  22. 16 September 2015 at 22:26

    It's really lovely this place !


  23. 16 September 2015 at 22:36

    Beautiful photos! But many of your photos are rather small! It would be great if you could make them bigger in future. I am sorry – I do not write well in French.

  24. 17 September 2015 at 8:45

    Rhooo but it's beautiful!! it makes you want me to be already at Christmas and go check it out… I moved away from Britain for years now but my parents still live in Rennes and at each visit, I see the sea… St Malo and Dinard are also my favorite places :) so thank you for these beautiful pictures <3

  25. 17 September 2015 at 9:29

    There you go, still a great bunch of beautiful photos ! It would give me even want to go to Dinard. (But I can not. I'm allergic to Britain because of fart-proutisme. I have a doctor's note.)

  26. 17 September 2015 at 16:05

    Did you go to Lancieux ? It's right next door and we spent our July consecutive years… Often at night, We went for walks in Dinard, it's really super !!!

  27. Sandrine Bou-ro
    17 September 2015 at 18:21

    Very nice story.. It makes you want to go there

  28. 18 September 2015 at 16:19

    My first comment on this blog I “leafs” for some years now. But Dinard is a little loved my home !
    This new hotel in a convenient location and the pool is superb but I admit that I prefer the somewhat antiquated next to Villa Queen Hortense. Bref, it is always a joy to dream seeing these landscapes…

  29. 19 September 2015 at 11:16

    Too cute in photos !

  30. 19 September 2015 at 21:22

    Your little text and your pictures make you want to run in Dinard and get lost in its streets :)

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