If you like the trains and decide to spend a few days of holidays on the side of Lorient, here is an address not to be missed. In Lanester, Rue du Chemin de Fer, there is a restaurant, and in the garden of this restaurant, guest rooms furnished in a 50-year-old railcar. Restaurateur, Michel Chouteau is also passionate about everything related to the world of railway workers. To realize this, it is enough to go to the Auberge du Chemin de Fer, a restaurant that he holds with his wife Mireille, in the town of Lanester, at the end of the street of the railway, to the The crossroads of the Rennes-Quimper lines and the route that serves the DCNS.When the restaurant combines passion and workOnce past the front door, you will discover a world entirely dedicated to the rail and the map is no exception. "Menu Voyageur", "Menu of Lorient express", "Menu Première Classe" or "Menu Che-minot", you can even benefit from a discount if you have a railway card or a large family.We eat there, we also sleep thereBut the nail (of crossing ...) if I dare say, is on the garden side where rooms of host have just been arranged in a railcar in circulation in the 50 to 80. Discovered abandoned station Of Carhaix (he served as a headquarters for the Festival des Vieilles Charues), Michel Couteau was able to bring him back to Lanester, behind his restaurant, on rails specially laid for him.