New for 2013, this very spacious farmhouse has been renovated to a high standard and with its heated pool will make a great location for a family holiday. Located between the port of Concarneau and the superb sandy beach at Kerleven, Foret Fouesnant we are expecting this property to be very popular.
Attached to St Jean (GAU1531) the 3 bedroomed cottage can be rented with the house in high season giving a total part size of 16. Outside the peak season the properties can be rented separately.
This pretty little cottage has lots of charm and character and is in a superb location, just a short walk to Lac du Guerlédan, Brittany’s largest lake, which has a sandy beach and is great for swimming and other water sports.
An unusual group of four (Pivert, Ecureuil, Vallon, Fontaine) very well designed and equipped cottages, set deep in a private wood, yet within walking distance of the popular Cap Coz beach, close to the traditional market town of Fouesnant. The cathedral city of Quimper is nearby, and you can take a boat across the bay to the lively port of Concarneau with its much visited citadel.
If you want to walk to everything on your holiday, then this is an ideal property. Just off the centre of Benodet and within easy reach of the beach, bars and restaurants makes this good sized property an excellent base for a family holiday.
In a quiet countryside setting yet close to the sea, this is a very neatly decorated and equipped cottage offering great holiday accommodation. The property is located at the end of a gravel track adjacent to two other properties both owned by the same family. There are good sandy local beaches.
A well positioned cottage, decorated with individual flair, close to the centre of the sought after resort of Perros Guirec and the superb surrounding beaches. If you just want to have a relaxing holiday where you can walk to the beach and shops, have some great meals, visit some elgant shops in a small upmarket resort then this is a great location.
Cap Sizun is a rugged peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic, with the famous Pointe du Raz at its western tip. Equally famous for its surfing beaches, the local town of Audierne is a real picture postcard setting with its harbour along the Goyen estaury a lovely place to stroll. Plus you can take a boat trip to the quaint off shore Sein islands. The property is a former manor house lovingly restored, in a quiet rural position but only a short drive to the beach. The best of both worlds.
Two pretty little cottages have lots of charm and character, with exposed stone walls and beams. They are close together in a small farming hamlet in the grounds of the French owners’ property, overlooking fields and open countryside, and share a pool and the grounds. We think this is a great place for families: a lovely rural setting, pool on site and a very short drive to terrific beaches like the Baie de Trepasses (shown).