Stone built cottage nestled within the ruins of a 17th century hamlet. It is furnished to reflect the character of the cottage.
Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with wood burner in lounge. Double bedroom and twin bedroom. Fully furnished including bedding and towels.
Peaceful surroundings in the countryside with own above ground pool but just 5 minutes from local village shops and restaurants.
Ideal for a quiet relaxing time; suitable for families or couples.
Closed 1 November - 28 February
Fully equipped fitted kitchen, with 4 ring gas hob (and bottled gas), electric oven, microwave, fridge with small freezer, with washing machine, tumble dryer and additional fridge/freezer in the barn.
Open plan lounge/diner/kitchen with wood burner and stairs to first floor.
Ground floor toilet.
Dining table and 4 chairs, dresser, large 2-seater sofa, 2 single comfy chairs, TV and radio (French and English), and DVD (built into TV, which plays CD's too). Wi-fi.
Upstairs one double bedroom and a twin bedroom (2 single beds, which can be pushed together). Travel cot, bedding, high chair and baby monitor available on request.
Electric under blankets for the cooler months.
Bathroom with corner bath and shower, WC and handbasin. Heated towel rail.
Portable electric oil filled heaters plus blow heater/fan in lounge area and bedrooms, individually controlled.
The building is constructed from stone and inside the walls feature lime render.
As the house is situated in the countryside several kilometres from the nearest "civilisation", with only a few neighbours (one of which is a small farm) it is very quiet, peaceful and relaxing, which means it may be necessary to travel to find some activities.
May not be suitable for disabled guests or guests with restricted mobility, due to the access in and around the property.
Garden furniture and play/beach equipment are provided.
Service charge included.
Flexible arrival days with a 5 night minimum stay. Rates for 7 or more nights include a discount. Please Note: If you arrive on a Sunday the supermarkets and boulangeries are only open from 9.00 to 12.00.
The local town – it has 2 supermarkets (Cocci-market and Intermarché), 2 boulangeries, 2 pharmacies, a creperie (La Forge), bars, a pizza takeaway, doctors, dentists and nurses and some specialist shops, such as a florist, as well as some interesting open spaces.
This beautiful village is set in a green valley crossed by the fish-rich river of Blavet, as well as its chapel of Saint Nicodemus, real Breton architectural jewel.
Located along the eastern shore of Blavet. Saint-Nicolas-des-Eaux, so named, because of its proximity to the Blavet and its chapel.
Village of character thanks to its lock, its Promenade des Estivants, its thatched cottages, its architectural and cultural heritage.
This beautiful village, welcoming, relaxing, offers many opportunities for recreation and outdoor activities, as well as places to get something to drink or eat.
6 marked trails from 1 to 21 km pass through St Nicolas. They make it possible to follow the meander of the Blavet, to survey the climbs of the moors of Crano and to discover the remarkable heritage: chapels, fountains, mills, calvaries and the chapel of St Nicodemus, listed as a historical monument.
The tourist information office is on the Promenade des Estivants.
Not far away is also the viewing point at Castennac – well worth a visit – which looks down onto the village and the Blavet as it meanders through the valley.
Just up from Castennac is Saint Gildas, a church built into the rocks alongside the Blavet.
Apart from having some bigger supermarkets (Lidl and Intermarche) it has a pretty town centre with restaurants, banks and specialist shops.
Medieval market town on River Blavet. Pretty walks, good shopping and lots of places to eat. The impressive chateau is closed for repairs, but it’s nice to walk around.
Large Chateau. Lovely scenery. Well worth a visit, with lots of walking.
A large town with a big shopping area but also home to the submarine base and the annual inter-celtic festival (August).
There are many beaches within easy reach. Larmor Plage (near Lorient) has a great selection of beaches along with some nice restaurants, coffee stops and great ice-creams. Nearby Guidel Plage is also worthy of a visit. The beaches at Quiberon are also worthy of mention. There are many more, depending on what you like – some are quite commercial and others more natural or remote and it can be fun finding these!
Pontivy, Baud and Locmine offer indoor pools (some with slides).
非常感謝Carol和Andy。可愛的地方-名副其實。 5 *全能。Ally2019-08-15T00:00:00Z
Pluméliau, Bretagne, 法國