Self Catering Ty Mat, Saint-Malo
Your residence at the heart of a flower garden
All the charm of an old pirate port, breathtaking Breton landscapes and a peaceful atmosphere for restful holidays. Sounds tempting, doesn't it?
Located in the Saint-Servan district south of Saint-Malo, the Ty Mat residence offers a relaxing, natural setting. It nestles in the heart of an enclosed ... garden filled with flowers and trees and holds "Green Key" certification.
The apartments are spread over 4 floors and served by a lift. You'll stay in a cosy apartment decorated in a contemporary style with soft shades, giving your sanctuary a calming feel.
From June to September, you can go swimming in the small heated outdoor pool. Prefer swimming in the sea? Bas Sablons beach is 500 m away. Sportier types can explore the beautiful surroundings by bike or on horseback, or even learn how to sail near the residence. A games room and a bike shed are provided on site.
To make your holiday an immersive experience, we recommend you explore the region through workshops, walks, cultural visits and discovering the local area.
When it comes to shopping, you'll find everything you need in the shops and fishing port 300 m from the residence.
Lastly, for convenience, we have provided paid parking that we recommend booking in advance of your stay.
Top of the range
For your stay at Saint-Malo, the Ty Mat residence offers 68 studios for 4 people and 4 hotel suites for 2 people. Please note: top bunks are not suitable for children aged under 6. Law no. 95 949 of 25/08/1995.
Our accommodations are available in 1 comfort level(s)
Enjoy a stay with peace of mind thanks to a range of all-inclusive or pick 'n' mix services.
Outdoor and indoor activities, team sports and snow sports, mechanical or nautical - discover all the sports and leisure activities the residence has to offer.
Activities for all
Sports and Leisure
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