Brittany is well known throughout Europe for it’s warm Celtic-French welcome and ambiance. Saint Goueno is no exception, in fact the ‘aprés-piste’ activities are now legendry. There is so much going on you will need a week off after the event to recover.
Free shuttle busses:
To make your Saint Goueno experience even more enjoyable we provide a free Navette service so you can relax an enjoy a few extra drinks. The service runs from the village salle de fettes to your lodgings or the paddock, first bus is at around 7pm to the wee small hours. This service is for drivers and team members only.
For early arrivals there is an evening get together and buffet meal laid on by the Ecurie du Mené exclusively for the overseas drivers and team. This is held in the village centre in a typically Breton bar and is included in you entry fee.
An evening meal is available in the the salle des fettes (village hall), after eating there is live music and dancing till the early hours. Included in the entry fee for the driver + one guest, extra tickets are available to order and cost 12 euros.
A repeat of Friday evening, more food and wine music and dance. Tickets available to order, cost 12 euros.
Sunday lunch is served in the Fer à Cheval hairpin marquee just below the paddock, 4 courses including wine, cider, and café all for just €12. There is plenty of time for drivers to walk down from the paddock and enjoy the meal. This is very popular, over 900 meals are served therefore pre-booking is essential. Drivers have priority so make your way to the head of the queue. Sunday evening there is a buffet meal in the village where the organisers and teams wind-down and chill out. This is when the all ‘if-only’ stories start doing the rounds and plans are hatched for the following year.
The Ty Nad is a busy traditional Breton café , the owner Nadine also runs the grocery shop next door.
The Bien Venu Cez Nous, is a country bar and restaurant serving good basic traditional food, it is located opposite the salle des fettes.