A family Mill 

The Léguer valley is in a few words :


-A beautiful piece of nature in the northern Brittany. The river connects the foothills of the Monts d'Arre and the estuary of Lannion, nearby the Pink Granite Coast. (Perros Guirec)

-A kingdom to fish for salmonids. A paradise for wild flora and fauna. One of the few places in France where you can see the otter. The living symbol of a protected environment.


Discover the mill of Pont Neuf is:


-An authentic place, where you will discover the world of mills. This one of the last of the region with all its rotating machines thanks to its hydraulic turbine aged over 100 years (Wheel "modern"). A visit of the mill will be offered during your stay.

-Share the story of a place and a valley rich in heritage. The valley is rich in heritage with its water mills, chapels, castles, character Housse and Roman roads.

One of the last rivers where you can watch the salmon migration

A green setting for a relaxing holiday :

Need a break to breathe:

Modern life is stressful, tiring. You need to relax in a green setting without noise nuisance. The mill is at the end of a private road. The only sound is water flowing over stones.
You can sleep window open and you are woken up by birdsong mixed with water sound.


If you want to boost your holidays with some activities, you can :

You can practice these sports in one single place: Kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing for salmonids. (One of the best river in France for salmon fishing). The water sports are also possible and flexible depending on the season. Swimming is possible thanks to an exceptional quality of water.


Sea side (20 min):

The beaches are located 15 km (20 min), the pink granite coast 20 km Ploumanac and Perros Guirec.


Heritage side:

You can visit many historical sites within 15 km: The medieval castle in Tonquédec, Kergrist Castle, Castle Rosambo. Many chapels such as that of the Seven Saints (now the seat of a famous Christian-Muslim pilgrimage). In the old stationery "Vallée" you will discover the history of the blotting paper.