Jazz in Brittany

Jazz in Brittany 4 days

Our 3* Hotel de l’Océan overlooks a sandy beach on the Baie de la Forêt. There’s a covered, heated swimming pool and jacuzzi for your indulgence. All rooms have private facilities, breakfast and dinner with wine included. There is a lift. The Band first played here over 26 years ago and we expect that this visit to be as fresh as that one!

Thursday - We’ll pick up as indicated below and travel to Plymouth where we catch the 2045 sailing to France on the flagship “Pont Aven”
Friday - We reach France at 0800 and when we are all aboard the coach we’ll set off westwards to the port and Naval Base of Brest to spend the morning. In the early afternoon we resume our drive to Concarneau where we check in to the hotel for two nights. The afternoon is free to take a stroll along the promenade or go into the town centre. Dinner at the hotel followed by entertainment.
Saturday - After a buffet breakfast we drive to Quimper, the ancient capital of Cornouaille, where it is market day. Stroll amongst the stalls, have some refreshment and absorb the unique atmosphere. There’s plenty of time to visit the impressive cathedral or take a walk by the river.
We depart in the late morning and make a shopping / lunch halt at the Carrefour Hypermarket before we continue to the small resort of Bénodet. Dinner at the hotel followed by Le Jazz Hot!
Sunday -We leave after breakfast and make our way back to Roscoff where we spend the remaining time. We catch the 1500 sailing to Plymouth.

Departure date

October 24th £320

Single Supplement ; £55

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The cost includes; travel by executive coach; ferry crossing with reclining seat on overnight crossing; 2 nights dinner(with wine), bed and breakfast; all travel in Brittany.

Cabins are extra and cost as follows;
Overnight sailing - 2-berth cabin: £30 4-berth cabin: £40 : 4-berth outside cabin:£50
Day sailing - 2-berth £13 ; 4-berth - £15
These prices are per cabin not per person


The Panama Jazz Band

The band’s motto is “Happy Jazz” and this certainly reflects the members attitude to their music. They excel in playing the jazz classics but are not averse to playing old music hall songs etc. if that brings happiness to the audience.
Don’t be misled by their fun attitude for they are also deadly serious exponents of fine jazz. We’ve been taking them abroad for over 25 years and they have consistently delivered the goods to their dedicated followers and won over new fans each trip.