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Gite | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 8km

Traditionnal semi-detached stone-built house with garden and private heated swimming-pool (heated July and August).

Situated in city centre of Lanvollon with all shops within walking distance: butcher, bakers, grocer's shop, hairdressers, banks, cafes, restaurants, post office … Lanvollon is 8km from the beach of Plouha. 12km away is Saint Quay Portrieux: beaches, port, and casino.

1 double bedrooms

1 bathroom

1 single bedroom

1 triple bedroom

1 double bedroom with ensuite bathroom

2 double sofabeds in the living-room

We have willingly kept a traditional atmosphere to the house (wood floors, light colors) to make sure you enjoy a quiet time off. However, we make sure you are helped in the house as much as possible (dishwasher, washing-machine and tumble-dryer).

Cosy outdoor space with gravelled terrace (barbecue, table and chairs), grassy garden around the enclosed private heated swimming-pool, garden furniture to your disposal.

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Plouha 8 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest railway: Guingamp 15 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General TV, Pool or snooker table, Games room
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture 2 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking
Further details outdoors

Immediate outside (quiet street) car parking available

The Brittany region

To follow is a little description of nearby must-see places.

Nearby Guingamp, on the River Trieux is well known throughout France for its football team. The 18th century town square has an impressive fountain, The Plomée. There are some fine stone houses around the square. Visit the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Bon Secours, and the Town Hall which used to be an Augustinian Monastery. Each year in August is the Festival St Loup, one of the oldest festivals in Brittany which attracts more than 4000 musicians from England, Scotland, Ireland & Wales. It is a 10 day and night festival of music; traditional, folk, jazz and rock. The festival also attracts artists, scultors and craftsmen.

One of the most dramatic and attractive places in Brittany, the Ile de Bréhat is situated a mile off the coast (Ferry 30mn from the gite). There are about 96 small islets in the area with Bréhat being the largest. Cars are not allowed on the island, but as it can be explored by foot in about an hour this is not a problem. Alternatively you can choose to hire a bike for touring. The island has many species of rare plants and flowers, as well as being home to a wide variety of birds. The island is divided into two parts; the north side with its fields of yarrow and hemlock interspersed by boulders, and the south side which benefits from a milder climate where eucalyptus, palm trees and mimosa thrive. The village of Le Bourg has most amenities and a range of restaurants, cafés and bars, and there is a small market each morning.

Paimpol is built amongst the pink granit cliffs of the region. Formerly the town had a large port which employed many of the townspeople, although today the port is mostly associated with the oyster beds which provide essential jobs for the town. There are two harbours, both of which are used by pleasure boats and fishing craft. The Musée de la Mer is situated in Rue Labenne. The building used to be a fish drying factory which processed the large catches of cod brought back from Iceland. It is open from Easter to September. Another museum which celebrates the region's traditions is the Musée du Costume where Breton costumes and coiffes are on display. Not far out of town is the Abbaye de Beaufort.

St. Brieuc is the administrative capital of the Côtes d'Armor. The town has a harbour and a marina, and for the visitor, the convenience of being just a few minutes from both the beach and the countryside. St. Brieuc does not have the reputation of being an excellent tourist destination, being mainly a thriving working town. Two rivers meet here, the River Goussant and the River Gouedic. There is a small aiport which serves destinations from the Channel Islands only. Shopping is centred on the Rue Marechel Foch. During July & August there is entertainment organized by the local council; Les Nocturnes, which is a series of musical evenings featuring traditional Breton music. Visit the 15th century Saint Etienne cathedral which is built on piles.

Tréguier is a popular tourist destination, as well as being a thriving town in its own right. Industry centres on boat building, saw mills and trade in cothing, potatoes and cereals.The town is famed for its imposing 17th & 18th century pink granite houses as well as the old quarter which has some 15th & 16th century colombage houses. It is one of the few hilltop towns in Brittany, and stands on the confluent of the River Jaudy and the Rive Guindy which meet to form the River Tréguier. On each side of the river there are country lanes to explore either on foot, by car or by bycicle. Tréguier has a port and a marina, and as expected, plenty of excellent seafood restaurants. From the port you can take trips to the Isle of Bréhat, from May - Septmeber. The town is also famous for the Cathédrale de St-Tugdual which contains the tomb of St. Ives, the patron saint of lawyers who died in 1303. Each year the town hosts the Festival of the Pardon of St. Yves which attracts over 10,000 pilgrims who march through the town disguised as lawyers and asking pardon for their sins. Close to the Cathedral is the Statue of Ernest Renan, a religious sceptic, and La Musée Ernest Renan which is open from April - September has exhibits of local interest. Market day is Wednesday, with clothing in the cathedral square and fish down by the port.


Situated in city centre of Lanvollon with all shops within walking distance: butcher, bakers, grocer's shop, hairdressers, banks, cafes, restaurants, post office … Lanvollon is 8km from the beach of Plouha. 12km away is Saint Quay Portrieux: beaches, port, and casino.

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