Tal Er Mor - 2086
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Cottage | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Villa Tal er Mor is a comfortable and well-equipped Breton property which boasts some stunning seaviews thanks to its unique position.
Set within enclosed grounds with furnished terraces, the property also benefits from its own private stone staircase (with bolted door) leading down to the beach situated below.
Every window enjoys a seaview, upstairs or downstairs and guests will love the stunning furnished terrace which jutsout towards the sea with the sandy beach on either side: ideal for dining al fresco or sipping a glass of wine after a day on the beach! A fantastic location for a truly memorable holiday by the beach.
The coastal path runs behind the house for fantastic walks and bike rides and bakery, restaurants, bars, supermarket are all within a 10mn walk along the sea.
Tal er Mor is a very sought after property which needs booking early to avoid disappointment.
Living/Dining room: 45m², TV, sofas, armchairs, fireplace (decor only), dining table and chairs. French windows to furnished terrace with seaviews.
Kitchen: 20m², dishwasher, oven, microwave, mini oven, gas hob, fridge and fridge-freezer, coffee machine, toaster, electric kettle, table and chairs. Sea views.
Utility room: washing machine.
4 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, 2 Separate wc's:
Bedroom 1 : ground floor, 16m², twin beds. French windows to terrace with sea views.
Bedroom 2 : first floor, 16m², carpet, double bed, sea views.
Bedroom 3 : first floor, 12m², carpet, double bed, sea views.
Bedroom 4 : first floor, 20m², carpet, double bed, sea views.
Bathroom : first floor, bath, separate shower, washbasin, bidet.
2 separate wc's : 1 ground floor and 1 on the first floor.
Grounds : 400m², enclosed, with direct access to the beach below (unprotected steps, take care with young children).
Terrace 1: 15m², outside living/dining room and bedroom 1, garden furniture, parasols, barbecue. Sunloungers with cushions.
Terrace 2: straight over the sea/beach, table, chairs.
Your views :
"This place is amazing, close to every shop, the view is gorgeous and the owner takes great care to welcome her customers." VR, UK, Sep 12.
"Lovely house, very well equipped, a home from home. Wonderful location. Quiet area, great beach with steps down from the garden, nearby shops and cafes in village centre. Great for bikes - lots of coastal cycling paths. Pleasant and helpful owner who gave us all necessary information and left her phone number in case of any problems (we didn't have any problems). Delightful place. " HL, UK, Aug 11.
"What a stunning place!!! The views are absolutely outstanding and there is always something of interest to watch on the horizon. Glad we had our binoculars! The children also loved the beach below the house. And what a more delightful way to start the day than walk 5-10mn along the sea to buy your bread and croissants! We will be back!" JL, UK, April 11.
"It was a fantastic place with spectacular views both when the sun was shining and when it was stormy as it was on our arrival. Madame was lovely and made us feel welcome in spite of the pouring rain." PS, UK, June 10
"I wanted to let you know how wonderful we think the house is! Quiet town, not much tourist traffic, great for families. It truly is one of the most beautiful locations we have visited!!! Sitting out on that patio for a late dinner, with the waves hitting against the wall, crisp air, sun starting to set - it is magical!!" JM, USA, July 08
Additional information :
- Wifi internet: no
- Pets welcome (dogs only)
- Parking onsite for 3 cars
- No disturbances
- 2 Cots and highchairs.
General information :
- Sea, Beach: seafront location
- Supermarket: 500m
- Local shops: 500m
- Doctor: 3 km
- Town centre: 3 km
- Hospital: 15 km (Lorient)
- Golf: 6 km
- Night club: 10 km
- Restaurants/bars: good choice in Lomener and Ploemeur
- International airport: Lorient 6 km.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Lomener 10 m|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Brest, Nearest railway: Lorient|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (3), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 3|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
About this location
The Brittany region
Brittany occupies a large peninsula in the north west of France, lying between the English Channel to the north and the Bay of Biscay to the south. The historical province of Brittany is divided into five departments: Finistère in the west, Côtes-d'Armor in the north, Ille-et-Vilaine in the north east, Loire-Atlantique in the south east and Morbihan in the south on the Bay of Biscay.
Located on the west coast of France, Brittany has a warm, temperate climate. Rainfall occurs regularly - which has helped keep its countryside green and wooded, but sunny, cloudless days are also common.
In the summer months, temperatures in the region can reach 30 degrees Celsius, but remain comfortable compared to parts of France south of the Loire. Brittany generally has a moderate climate during both summer and winter and rain is neither uncomfortably common nor rare.
Brittany's most popular summer resorts are on the south coast (La Baule, Belle Île, Gulf of Morbihan), although the wilder and more exposed north coast also attracts summer tourists.
In southern Brittany, facing the Isle of Groix, on the Morbihan/Finistère border, 10 km west of the bustling city of Lorient. Lorient is a busy town with wide boulevards and a vast array of stylish shops. The excellent zoo at Pont Scorff is just 17 km away.
Environment : PLOEMEUR, 4th biggest town of the Morbihan region of Brittany with 20000 inhabitants. Once a gold mining area, the cliffs shine gold in the glittering light, alongside the fine sandy beaches, wild creeks and inlets. Open to the best of 2 worlds, the sea, the sandy beaches, the water sports, the fishing ports… and inland Brittany with its rich ancient culture and wild countryside in harmony with and surrounded by the Ocean.
PLACES TO VISIT:
Lorient. 10 km. Bustling city with wide boulevards and a vast array of stylish shops, lying on an immense natural harbour protected from the ocean by the isle of Groix. Famous for its fantastic Celtic festival held every August when all Celtic nations meet for a week of music and celebrations. Not to be missed.
Isle of Groix. 10 km. Beautiful 8 km-long steep-sided island with gorgeous beaches. Ideal for a day trip and best visited by bike. Boat crossings from Lorient.
Pont Aven. 40 km. Artists’ haunt situated inland from the tip of the Aven estuary. It is a small port popular with tourists and boasting many art galleries. Made famous by Gauguin when he came to paint in the 1880’s before leaving for Tahiti and inspired the Pont Aven school.
Auray. 50 km. Charming little town with beautiful old quarter with delightful 15th and 16th century houses. Nearby Ste Anne d’Auray is Brittany’s most important place of pilgrimage drawing thousands of pilgrims and tourists from all over the world all year round but especially on July 26th for its “Pardon de Ste Anne” which was attended by Pope John Paul II in 1996.
THINGS TO DO:
Golf de Ploemeur Océan, Ploemeur. 6 km. Golf course. 18 holes Par 72 - 5900m. With stunning views over the sea and Groix islands, the vast American style greens with water hazards will delight nature lovers and keen golfers alike. Challenging but fantastic.
Le Poisson Volant, Ploemeur. 6 km. Tree top adventure park. 3 km from the sea, 2 km from Ploemeur, 4 trails with a very nautical theme. Thrills guaranteed!
Golf du Val Quéven, Quéven. 14 km. Golf course. 18 holes Par 72 - 6107m. Superb parkland course with a number of challenges. A firm favourite, it consistently delights the visiting player.
Pont Scorff Zoo, Pont Scorff. 17 km. Fantastic zoo with plenty to occupy and interest the whole family. Allow the whole day to see the whole park and shows. Not to be missed.
Carnac. 60 km. Sought-after and lively seaside resort with excellent sandy beaches. Also renowned for its impressive prehistoric standing stones. A wide range of watersport activities are available as well as a good selection of restaurants and bars.
Pontivy. 70 km. Quaint market town with both a Napoleonic and medieval quarter overlooked by its fabulous 15th century moated castle. Situated on the banks of the Nantes to Brest Canal, it has a lovely atmosphere and boasts a large variety of restaurants and bars. Don’t miss the market every Monday morning!
Vannes. 70 km. Delightful and lively city with narrow cobbled streets and medieval buildings crammed around its cathedral. Outside the old walled town, the large colourful port shelters many yachts and is the point of departure for scenic boat trips to the Gulf of Morbihan islands.
Quimper. 70 km. Beautiful riverside city with narrow cobbled streets, a Gothic cathedral and a host of lively bars and restaurants. Famous for its Breton faience pottery and Armor Lux clothes factory which collections are inspired by the colours of the sea and Breton values.
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29 Aug 2013
"Amazing beach side gîte in beautiful Brittany"
Tal er Mor is an ideal house for a holiday by the sea, complete with it's own secret steps down to a beautiful sandy beach and rocky area, perfect for rock pooling. The owner of the house was ext… More
24 Aug 2013
"pefect place to relax"
Great find for a holiday with family- local festival when we arrived- Lorient Interceltic Festival during our stay and a beach within staggering distance. The only issue was the boiler room which had a strong smell of oil when the door was opened but the rest of the house and the surrounding area is well worth a return visit.
23 Aug 2013
This is a wonderful and special house in a fantastic location with everything you need on the door stop. The agent (Christelle) is extremely helpful at helping you organize everything and Madame La Ru… More
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