We’re very busy at Le Rhun at this time of the year, refurbishing, redecorating, creating new ideas and generally preparing for all our lovely visitors.   And when we’re busy, we don’t always stop to look around us.

But a short walk this morning has shown us that nature has been busy at Le Rhun too in recent weeks.


All around us the spring flowers are pushing through.  The snowdrops have been and gone, and now we have primroses and daffodils everywhere, vivid yellow flowers to brighten the day.


The Crozon Peninsula is a home to a wide range of flora and fauna and it’s all easily accessible from Le Rhun, whether by car, bike or on foot.   There’s an extensive network of public footpaths, including the Coast Path (‘cotier sentier’) which runs right round the presqu’ile, and the newly upgraded cycle and foot path known as the Green Way (‘voie verte’)which runs from Argol to Crozon, Camaret and Le Fret.

Le Rhun itself sits within the Armorique Regional Natural Park, and springtime, Easter and      early season is a good time to enjoy the area.  The evenings are long and light, the skies are clear and the air is fresh.

Come and see for yourselves.  We look forward to welcoming you.

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