Mousterlin Point, is a rocky headland that juts out to sea and commands two sweeping sandy beaches that stretch from Beg Meil in the east to Benodet in the west, a distance of several miles.This modest cottage, recently redecorated throughout, is an ideal family holiday location. For less beach orientated activities it is only a short drive to the cathedral city of Quimper with its lovely old quarter of narrow cobbled streets and extensive shopping centre.
Entrance through kitchen with hob, oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, table and chairs. Washing machine in garage. Through to living room with dining table and chairs, comfortable seating, TV, DVD, French windows to front. Double bedroom and twin bedrooms off lounge, cot, high chair. Bathroom with bath, hand spray and hand basin. Separate WC.
Small enclosed rear garden overlooking open fields, with outdoor furniture, BBQ, slide and games.
There is a private apartment on the first floor which is not used in the summer. Excellent value for money.
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Fouesnant (2k)is a small French town with supermarkets, bars, restaurants and an excellent weekly market. The town is in the centre of an area of lush and fertile valleys which looks across to the Iles de Glenan. There are dozens of cider makers in the Fouesnant area, a Cider Festival takes place the third week of July when women wear traditional costumes and distinctive headdresses. Cap Coz is one of Fouesnant’s three small fishing ports the other two are Beg-Meil and Mousterlin.