Barinn og kaffihúsið 'L'Homme Vert' er í þorpinu Jenny og John reka staðinn.
Enskur bjór og tónlistarkvöld á þriðjudögum og tónleikar öðru hverju. Fish and Ship á föstudögum og um helgar.
Hægt er að leigja hesta með fylgdarmanni einnig að panta gönguferð um slóðir pílagrímanna Saint Pierre sur Orth var einn af áningarstöðunum á leið til Mont Saint Michel.
The Area Maine et Loire
Mayenne-et-Loire was one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790. The name was changed to Maine-et-Loire in 1791. It was created from part of the former province of Anjou. Its present name is drawn from the former province of Maine and the Loire River, which runs through it.
A permanent backdrop of towers, steeples and ramparts that make even the smallest village you come across interesting. Prehistoric, Greek, Egyptian, Roman, medieval and oriental - archaeology reveals all in Anjou.
The West of France provides arguably some of the most attractive river cruising anywhere in Europe. These waterways are isolated from the rest of France and it is this isolation that has allowed them to keep their distinct individual nature.
The hidden charms of Anjou can be discovered by cruising along its gently flowing rivers, through a rolling countryside dotted with famous chateaux, abbeys, and manor houses.
The Mayenne is a delightful river to cruise, with only 25 locks as it meanders through unspoiled countryside past the ancient castle of Laval to the feudal citadel of Mayenne. Through to Chateau-Gontier.
There are some 8500 km/5000+ miles-waterways for pleasure sailing in France and thus France has the first river network in Europe.