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Saint Marc (AMO-1473)
St Marc sur Mer, Cote d'Amour From £893 per week
Sleeps 5 - Bedrooms 3 - Bath/Shower rooms 2 - Double beds 1 - Single beds 3 - Sofa beds 0 - Saturday start - Shops 1k - Beach 100m
Bath/shower rooms 2, Beach <1k, Groundfloor bed&bath, Near shops, Supermarket <1k, Town, Walk to things

This charming little seaside cottage is situated on the edge of the busy little seaside town of Saint Marc sur Mer which is famous for being the setting for the Jacques Tati film, Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday. The property is in an excellent position for a beach holiday just cross the road to a beautiful sandy cove.

The house has been prettily restored, and superbly furnished with many objets d’art from the 1930’s, by the French owner who lives next door.

Ground floor: Entrance hall to tastefully furnished living room. Kitchen with gas cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine. Next to the kitchen there is a conservatory which serves as a dining room and has a television, DVD and CD player. Single bedroom, shower room and WC.

First floor: Double bedroom (140cm) and twin bedroom. Shower room and WC. There are glimpses of the sea from the upstairs rooms.

Outside: Small enclosed garden to the front with spacious secluded terrace with BBQ and outdoor furniture. Parking.

Notes: Heating 45€ per week.

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 £250, Linen & towels on request: 18€ pp, Compulsory end clean 45€, Heating 45€/week, Pets allowed, Pets on request
See next page for more photos and local area information

About the local area

The house is less than 1k from the village centre, with a very pleasant coastal walk, where there are good shops and excellent restaurants. There are a few beaches within walking distance: as well as the local beach which is accessible down some steps, the main beach at St Marc sur Mer is very good with a café and a restaurant overlooking it. La Baule is about 7k, with its famous crescent beach voted one of the best in the world The town is lively by day and by night offering all water sports, golf, polo, horse-riding, casinos and an excellent range of restaurants. There is plenty to visit in this part of Brittany without driving far: the walled town of Guérande, La Grande Brière (wildlife reserve), the port of Le Croisic, the salt marshes and fishing villages such as Piriac sur Mer.

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