Andrew Eames has written an article based on our south Finistère itinerary which he did with us in late April 2018. The article is called "You Do the Walking. We'll Bring the Caravan" and was published on 22nd June 2018 by the Financial Times. A quick google takes you to the article, but I haven't linked to the article as the FT online is a subscriber service. Update (August 2018) I now find the article is only available to subscribers.
Review We made use of John and Sarah's services for a 6-night walk along GR34 from Concarneau to just east of Le Pouldu in early May 2018. As we are keen walkers, the itinerary was carefully tailored for us to cover a reasonable mileage each day and have the prevailing wind to our backs. Having the caravan on the route removed all need for wasted journeys inland and really made the holiday. An added benefit was the provision of a safe place to leave our car during the walk. The spring wildflowers were fabulous and the coastline and river estuaries beautiful with an unspoilt feel. The caravan was particularly well-equipped with cooking utensils, fridge, outside seating area, barbecue and bicycles. It was these features that really did make it attractive. The mattress in the caravan is highly recommended, providing an excellent nights sleep. The shopping and laundry service worked very well and made us feel cared for.
Above all, John and Sarah were perfect hosts (along with Gus the dog). They listened to any request we might have and responded positively. The choice of campsites was exemplary, and John took great care to make sure the caravan was pitched to take account of views and sunlight to sit out in, while providing a sense of privacy.
John and Sarah communicate their cheery, natural enthusiasm for the Breton Coast and translate this into their professionalism. I would highly recommend Sanssacados as a creative and fun way of experiencing GR34, or other walks in Brittany, even for people who might not initially be considering use of a caravan. Stephen & Angela, Wiltshire, UK
Our itinerary: Day 1: Arrive Concarneau Day 2: Point de Jument (9 miles) Day 3: Port Manec'h (10.6 miles) Day 4: Belon (13 miles) Day 5: Ile Percee (14.5 miles) Day 6: Le Pouldu (17.5 miles) Day 7: Abbaye de St Maurice (5.3 miles)