Guests are welcome to help on the farm.
The chickens, sheep and goats need to be fed and watered daily.
Helping the farmer collecting the eggs or feeding the sheep can give you an insight into farming life.
During lambing season, March to May, bottle feeding and caring for the lambs can be a guests task.
The pool measures 10m x 5m with Roman end steps, that are ideal for the youngest of children to paddle from. In the shallows it is one metre deep, which is enough for a 5 year old to touch the bottom. It drops down to two meters in the deep end for adults to enjoy diving in to. The water is solar heated to 24°C so it can be used all the season. There is underwater lighting for the pleasures of night swimming. Feel free to bring your own inflatables. Snorkels, flippers and pool noodles are provided. Sun loungers to soak up the sun are just on the edge of the pool. The pool is open between mid May to mid September.
On the farm there are a variety of play equipment:
A range of short and long walking routes starting from the farm is a great way to enjoy the countryside. Nearby walks in the woods or small roads that lead to unspoilt hamlets can be enjoyed with our walking maps that are available.
Bringing a bike can be an alternative way to experience the scenery of Brittany. Maps are available to show varying lengths of cycling routes.
Various markets are run on a weekly basis. Fresh, local produce and a range of Breton souvenirs can be purchased at petite stalls run by locals. A short drive can lead you into parts of historic Brittany and give you the oppourtunity to explore local culture.
To the north, south & west of Belle Vue (about an hour away by car) there are many sandy bays ideal for a day out. Local Lakes can be a lovely way to spend the afternoon with a variety of short walks or in the summer months kayak hire.
French cuisine can be experienced by visiting local restaurants and bars. Small, independant shops sell confectionary.