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Le Pouldu, Pays Gauguin From £935 per week
Sleeps 12 - Bedrooms 5 - Bath/Shower rooms 3 - Double beds 3 - Single beds 6 - Sofa beds 0 - Saturday start - Shops 500m - Beach 500m
Bath/shower rooms 3, Beach <1k, Groundfloor bed&bath, Near shops, Premiere collection, Seaside, Supermarket <5k, Wi-Fi

This newly restored Breton house is in a superb position a short walk from the centre of the picturesque village of Le Pouldu, which has a succession of delightful little coves, one of which is five minute’s walk from the house. This is a very picturesque area, frequented by Gauguin and other artists of the Pont Aven School, and this house actually appears in one of Gauguin's paintings. Originally a cider barn, the house has been rebuilt using traditional, top quality materials throughout.

Originally a cider barn, the house has been rebuilt using traditional, top quality materials including solid oak exposed beams. The house is comfortably furnished, spacious and has a cheerful atmosphere.

Ground floor: Entrance hall with cloakroom and WC. Spacious living room with comfortable seating, fire-place, TV, DVD, Wi-Fi and dining area. Attractively fitted modern kitchen with 4-ring hob, oven, microwave, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and drier. Double bedroom, (160cm), with en suite shower room and W.C.

First floor: Four bedrooms, two doubles (140cm), triple with single beds, and a twin. Bedroom six is a mezzanine with a Breton bed suitable for two children or one adult. Two bathrooms, one with a bath and one with a shower, separate WC. Cot and high chair available on request.

Outdoors: Enclosed rear garden with terrace, sun loungers, garden furniture and BBQ for outdoor meals. Open front garden with old barns. Parking.

Notes: Firewood is provided. Compulsory end cleaning charge 120€ Extra cleaning 15€/hr. Tax de séjour (0.40€/adult/day) payable to the owner.

Important information - Please read carefully
A booking fee of £25 will be added to your booking when it is confirmed. , Refundable security deposit £430, Compulsory end clean 120€, Cot/high chair on request., Electricity by meter, Linen & towels on request: 15€ pp, Tourist tax: 0.40€/ad/day, Water by meter
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About the local area

Le Pouldu is on the coast about 25k west of Lorient. The house is within easy walking distance of the village and three different beaches. Le Pouldu has a couple of shops and restaurants and there is more choice at the neighbouring village of Clohars Carnoet, 4k.Quimperlé, 12k, , is a picturesque medieval town with excellent facilities including swimming pool, tennis courts, a couple of good restaurants and picturesque half-timbered houses in attractive old streets. It is 15k to Pont Aven, well known for its association with Gauguin and other artists, with several art galleries and is in a lovely setting with the river flowing through the centre of the town. It is 16k from Riec sur Belon, the oyster capital of the region. Other activities include horse-riding in the Forest of Carnoet and boat trips up the River Laita. There are wonderful walks along the coastal path starting near the property: to Le Pouldu harbour in one direction and on up the picturesque valley of the Laita, in the other direction. You can also walk to the pretty little port of Doelan, about 6k, a good place for lunch!

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