This cottage is located near the forest of Coat-an-Noz. During the summer, the custody of the National Forestry Office offers guided tours to discover the life of the forest, its legends and its history.

In the heart of Coat-An-Noz a castle now stands abandoned. He belonged to Lady Mond, daughter of a miller of Belle-Isle, who built another castle in the village center. The latter has been rehabilitated in the River Center. Inside, an aquarium will delight curious nature.

Nearby, the Loc Maria church is one of the oldest in the region (XIVth century). One can find here the mosoleum of Lady Mond.

Belle-Isle is also ideal for fishing, with two rivers crossing the village. The Côte de Granit Rose is within 45 minutes drive and the sea is 16 miles.