Mill One

Le Bois Coudrais is a little hamlet that feels very secluded but is only a short drive from the bustling, traditional Breton town of Combourg in Northern Brittany.

4 gites, a small campsite, heated pool, play area, cafe/bar, animals to feed, large mature gardens, and shady trees are some of the features of this peaceful retreat, perfect for little ones to have fun, meet new friends and run around.

Features at The Mill One

  • The Mill One is the middle gite in a terrace of three and sleeps five in one double room and a treble room with bunk beds and one single bed.
  • The 4 cottages are set together to the right of the main property, far enough away from the campsite and pool for privacy, but close enough for the children to meet up and play.
  • Each cottage has an individual patio area with a table, chairs, and BBQ, making it perfect for relaxing after a hard day of exploring the local area or having fun in the on site swimming pool.
  • During the peak summer months, you can order your fresh bread and croissants in the campsite reception, or order simple take-away meals and fries in the evening, perfect after a day out.
  • The heated pool (end of May to end of August) is 12m x 6m and is fenced and gated for additional safety.

Mill One – at a glance

A cosy cottage with a shared pool, in the peaceful Brittany countryside

  • 50.40 sqm
  • Sleeps 5
  • 2 bedrooms
  • Open plan living room/kitchen
  • First floor -two bedrooms, one double, one triple, with 3′ bunk beds and 3′ beds (can take a cot).
  • Shower room.

Amenities on site:

  • Shared 12m x 6m -safety fenced and heated swimming pool 
  • Children’s play area.
  • Table tennis,
  • Games for indoor and outdoor play.
  • Book library.
  • Pool terrace bar and café.
  • Shared laundry area.
  • Wifi

Booking & Rental

Arrival days are flexible with a minimum stay in July and August of 7 nights. All other times, there is a minimum stay of 3 nights.

Prices include:  Gas, electricity, water, and full use of all site facilities.


Linen is not included, but can be rented at 15 euros per person per week. (not towels) 
Tax de sejour of 0.69c per night, per person over 16 is applicable and can be paid with your final payment

See our availability & tariffs page for more information

Deposit is 25% of full rental payable on reservation, with the full payment 8 weeks before your holiday.
Cots and high-chairs are available at no extra charge if pre-booked in advance.

See our availability & tariffs page for more information

A  deposit of 25% of full rental is payable on reservation, with full payment 8 weeks before your holiday.

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We have been made to feel very welcome

The gite, site and people were all exquisite. a lovely place from which to explore one of the most beautiful and un spoilt places in France.
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Out & About

This area of France has much to offer visitors of all ages. The historic towns of Dinan, Rennes, St Malo, and Fougeres are all within easy distance, with the beautiful Mont St Michel and the lovely beaches of the Emerald Coast and the Cote d’Armor close by.

For children, there are zoos, parks, aquariums, tree-walking, canoeing, and sand yachting to name but a few of the activities to keep even the most energetic holidaymakers occupied!

The pretty local town of Combourg has large supermarkets, cafes, and restaurants and hosts various events throughout the summer with fireworks, festivals, and traditional Breton dancing. The colourful weekly market each Monday gives the chance to buy locally grown produce and hand-crafted goods. See our Out & About page for more information.

A warm welcome

Claire and Philippe live on site and will be there to welcome you on arrival day. There is an extensive board in the reception with everything to do in the area, but they are always on hand to offer advice on where to go and what to do in this charming part of France.