Domaine de Ker Ysel
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Domaine de Ker Ysel (GAU-1195)
Quimperle, Pays Gauguin From £438 per week
Sleeps 4 - Bedrooms 1 - Bath/Shower rooms 1 - Double beds 1 - Single beds 0 - Sofa beds 2 - Saturday start - Beach 20mins - Shops 800m
Beach >5k, Garden enclosed, Groundfloor bed&bath, Near shops, Property for 2, Rural, Supermarket <1k, Tranquil, Walk to things, Wi-Fi

This magical private house commands lovely views along the Elle river as it owns both banks and includes private salmon and trout fishing. The property is a private wing of the house overlooking the river. Quimperle is a charming old town that sits on the junction of the Elle and Isole rivers. The town, with its lovely ancient centre is within walking distance. Highly recommended.

Ground Floor: Private entrance through walled garden into living room with dining furniture, comfortable seating and two convertable single beds. TV/DVD, WiFi. Panoramic windows overlooking the extensive garden and river, both banks of which are part of the property. Kitchen off with ceramic hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer. Washing machine. Through to king size double bedroom with four poster bed( 15m²) Bathroom with bath, shower, hand basin, bidet. Separate WC.

Outside: BBQ and garden furniture on private terrace overlooking the river. The highly photogenic garden, shared with the owner, borders the river where there is trout and salmon in season.

Notes: Wi-Fi is via owner's adjacent property and signal strength may vary.

Important information - Please read carefully
A booking fee of £25 will be added to your booking when it is confirmed. Compulsory end clean 45€, Refundable security deposit £220, Bed linen on request: 18€/bed, Compulsory end clean 45€, Pets allowed
See next page for more photos and local area information

About the local area

Midway between Quimper and Lorient, Quimperlé is an attractive small town with pretty medieval streets and churches. Stands at the point where the rivers Isole and Elle merge to form the Laita and straddles a hill and these two rivers. The valley is cut by a sequence of bridges. Quimperle is divided into two parts, the upper town and lower town an atmospheric place, particularly in the medieval muddle of streets around Ste-Croix church. Many of the superb half-timbered houses have projecting upper storeys. Along the rue Bremond-d’Ars are several stately stone-built houses dating from the 17th C Once a fairly important harbour but today it is chiefly used for small pleasure craft which sail along the Laita river. Guided tours are available from the tourist office and take about two hours. Music festivals and concerts take place in July and August. The Fête de la Laïta in mid-August is a family occasion with canoe “battles” and 2CV races.

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