La Mer d'Iroise
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La Mer d'Iroise (BRI-1630)
, Finistere North From £536 per week
Sleeps 5 - Bedrooms 3 - Bath/Shower rooms 1 - Double beds 3 - Single beds 0 - Sofa beds 0 - Saturday start - Sea 50m - Shops 2k
Beach <1k, Cot, Garden enclosed, Panoramic view, Property for 2, Sea view, Seaside, Supermarket <5k, Traditional, Walk to things, Wi-Fi

Just above the lovely sandy beach of Portez with a restaurant, and a short walk along the coast to other beaches, this older style property has installed a new kitchen and fully decorated the house. The property is best suited for 4, but a superb location for a great value beach holiday. Book now!

The property is in an enviable position just above a sandy beach. An older style property, but with a large enclosed garden with a superb panoramic sea view.

Steps up to entrance hall.

Ground floor: Open plan living room with superb view. Settee and easy chairs, dining furnitire, TV and Wi-Fi. The kitchen range has induction hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, kettle and coffee maker. The washing machine is in the basement. Double (140cm) bedroom, shoer room with hand basin, separate WC.

First floor: Narrow spiral stairs (see photo) to two double (140cm) bedrooms leading off each other.

Basement: Washing machine and space for bikes.

Outside: Good sized enclosed garden with raised terrace area to the rear with sweeping sea view.

Notes: We think the property is more suitable for 4 and care should be taken in the garden if there are infant children. You can see the house in the background in pic 13.

Important information - Please read carefully
A booking fee of £25 will be added to your booking when it is confirmed. Compulsory end clean 40€, Refundable security deposit £250, Bed linen & towels inc.
See next page for more photos and local area information

About the local area

The property is only 30 minutes by bus from Brest and is situated in a popular resort area with lovely coastal walks and lots of activities in Brest and the surrounding area. A boat trip to Ouessant Island is a great day trip. From the Brittany Tourism website: www.brittanytourism.com Forget everything you thought you knew about Brest, and come and explore the heart of this naval port, nestled in one of France’s most beautiful natural harbours. On the menu: the amazing Pont de l'Iroise bridge, a stroll along the lively quays as far as the castle museum, and of course Océanopolis. Brest is Brittany’s second largest administrative centre, and has a great deal to offer. Although it was heavily bombed in 1944, this is by no means the town’s most interesting feature: it has rebuilt itself around a vision of the future, with incredible constructions like the Pont de l'Iroise bridge, which crosses the river Elorn. An amazing feat of architecture, this magnificent cable-stayed bridge was opened in 1994. Admire it from Albert Louppe bridge, which is for pedestrians and cyclists only. It’s a great place to take a walk and enjoy the view of the famous Brest harbour, the ‘Rade de Brest’, a sheltered area of the sea big enough for great ships to lie at anchor.

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