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Trevours (GAU-1189)
Riec sur Belon, Pays Gauguin From £650 per week
Sleeps 5 - Bedrooms 3 - Bath/Shower rooms 2 - Double beds 1 - Single beds 3 - Sofa beds 0 - Saturday start - Shops 2k - Beach 2k&12k
Bath/shower rooms 2, Beach <5k, Garden enclosed, Groundfloor bed&bath, Rural, Seaside, Supermarket <5k

The river Belon gives its name to a famous variety of Oysters, which you can sample direct from the local producers on the banks of the river. Nearby is the much visited town of Pont Aven, famous for its painters of the past and today. A very comfortable and well equipped modern property.

Ground Floor: Entrance into living room with dining furniture, comfortable seating WiFi TV/DVD with UK channels,CD. Patio door to garden. Through to kitchen with ceramic hob, oven,microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, breakfast table and chairs. Washing machine and tumble dryer. Twin bedroom with en suite shower room with hand basin. Separate WC.

First Floor: Stairs from lounge to two bedrooms double(160cm) (12m²)and single (9m²). Bathroom with bath and separate shower, hand basin and WC.

Outside: Enclosed garden with outdoor furniture and BBQ. Garage.

Notes: Careful clients requested. Maximum two young children. Cot not available in this property.

Important information - Please read carefully
A booking fee of £25 will be added to your booking when it is confirmed. Compulsory end clean 60€, Refundable security deposit £220, Bed linen on request: 18€/bed, Compulsory end clean 60€, Pets not allowed, Towel hire 6€ pp
See next page for more photos and local area information

About the local area

A quieter area of Brittany, but with the delightful small towns of Pont Aven, Riec sue Belon and Moelan sur Mer. A national waymarked footpath follows the coastline from rocky promontories to small sandy coves. Boat trips up the Aven and Belon rivers in summer. Concarneau is the nearest large town with its citadel and fish market well worth a visit. Nestled in the hollow of an estuary, Pont Aven is famous for it’s contemporary art school and biscuit (galette) making. The school of painting is well represented through exhibitions at the Pont Aven museum in Place de l’Hotel-de-ville. You can walk to the Bois d’Amour, the wood of love, it’s scenery inspired Symbolist painters in the 19th C. The walk also leads to the marina, once a fishing port, and a few of the preserved remains of local flourmills.

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