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JOURNEY PLANNER

HOW TO GET THERE

Ryanair to Dinard from Stansted and East Midland

Flybe to Rennes and Brest from Manchester and Edinburgh

Brittany Ferries to st malo, cherBourG, caen and roscoff From Poole (Cherbourg) Portsmouth (St Malo, Cherbourg and Caen) Plymouth (Roscoff)

WHERE TO STAY

Hôtel l’Abbaye Plancoêt
T: +02 96 84 05 01
W: abbaye-hotel.com

Hotel Celtic
T: +02 97 24 05 37
W: celtic-hotel.fr

Hôtel le Roi Arthur
T: +02 97 73 64 64
W:
hotelroiarthur.com

Golf de Cicé-Blossac
T: +02 99 52 79 79
W:domainedecice.fr

WHERE TO PLAY

Golf de Baden
T: +02 97 57 1896
W: formule-golf.com


Golf de cicé- Blossac
T: +02 99 52 7979
W: golfdecice.com


Golf de st malo
T: +02 99 58 9669
W: saintmalogolf.com


Golf Le lac au duc
T: +02 97 72 3720
W: formule-golf.com

Golf de Pléneuf Val andré
T: +02 96 63 01 12
W: bluegreen.com/en/accueil-pleneuf.html

WHERE TO EAT

Restaurant Le Gavrinis
T: +02 97 57 00 82
W: gavrinis.com

La Pause Gourmand restaurant
T: +02 97 29 06 32
E: stephane-joussein@orange.fr


 

 

Golf de cice blossac, Brittany, France
Golf holiday review of Brittany, France. Golf de Cicé Blossac

Golf de Cicé Blossac

Golf de Cicé Blossac, on the outskirts of Rennes, combines both a love of golf with the French love of good food and wine. Only in France would you come across the “Gastronomic tournament” where local restaurateurs set up on every other hole and cook a speciality dish for you to enjoy on your way around, with a nice glass of wine. It puts a whole new spin on the halfway hut’s cup of tea and bacon buttie.

The track itself is under new ownership and the Irish consortium is keen to attract golfers from Britain and Ireland, having built some beautiful luxury apartments that overlook the 10th. You can now stay and enjoy golf in this beautiful environment. The run of holes from the 8th to the 11th are all about shot making, they are not the longest but position from the tee is all-important, with water running along or across all the holes.

From the back tees on the 9th you will have to carry two lots of water, and a nice draw will set you up nicely for your second shot to the green. The 18th is another beautiful finishing hole; again your tee shot is over water to a narrow fairway that doglegs right around the water, giving you a shot to a large green with the clubhouse in the background.



Golf holiday review of Brittany, France. Golf de Cicé Blossacspacerspacer

Top: Tight tee shot at the 11th. Above A fitting finale to a wonderful golf course.



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