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THE COTTAGE WITH TERRACE AND BARBEQUE

Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car essential
  • Nearest beach 35km

Do you like cycling, walking, fishing; water sports? Then maybe this is the cottage for you!

In the heart of the beautiful forest of Pont Callec in the Scorff River Valley is a charming 2 bedroom stone cottage, completely refurbished and furnished in a modern style.

On the first floor is a double and twin bedroom and shower room.

The ground floor is open plan with a stone fireplace in the lounge area and a well equipped kitchen including electric cooker, dishwasher; dining table and chairs;a utility room with a washing machine and a cloakroom.

There is a terrace off the lounge looking onto the garden and across to the forest.

A bbq and furniture are there for you to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet. Also there is a large splash pool to enjoy those hot summer days!

It is a great location to both relax and explore this lovely part of Brittany

The town of Plouay is 5 kms away and has plenty of shops, supermarkets and restaurants.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach GUIDEL PLAGE 35 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 5 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: RENNES 90 km, Nearest railway: LORIENY
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire
Pool Children's pool
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The Brittany region

Brittany is a fascinating mix of spectacular coastline, ancient towns, magical islands and inland woods. A Celtic duchy for more than one thousand years before its annexation to France in 1532, it is a land rich in culture, tradition and history. For visitors, Breton traditional dancing at summer festivals looks wonderfully picturesque and quaint, especially performed in old-fashioned costumes. But for many Bretons, the regional dances are an ordinary part of life they relish, and that they don't need to get dressed up for. The fest noz, or evening dance, is a Breton institution – be bold, and join in one if you get the chance

Wherever you wander in Brittany—along jagged coastal cliffs, through cobbled seaport streets, into burnished-oak cider pubs—you'll hear the primal pulse of Celtic music. Made up of bagpipes, drums, and the thin, haunting filigree of a tin whistle, these folkloric notes tell you that you are in the land of the Bretons,

While the classic image of Brittany's coastline is that of massive Atlantic breakers bursting over defiant granite rocks, Brittany's coastline actually offers a wide range of seashores, from small sandy or pebbly coves to sand dunes and broad sandy beaches; it also offers a wealth of inlets and harbours, making this region the most popular in France with sailing enthusiasts.

Inland there's breathtaking countryside, historic towns and quaint villages waiting to be discovered.

It is a land rich in culture, tradition and history. When you journey through this Western peninsula, you'll discover a people whose language, customs and dress remain a vivid homage to their past.

Walk along quiet country lanes, and discover isolated chapels, often far from human habitation and which appear to exist in another time. You will stumble across villages and towns with evocative Breton names that are dotted across the country, with churches in village squares, always decorated with multitudes of flowers, both welcoming and colourful. During your walks you will visit ancient relics and tombs, imagining how they arrived here and why they were used

Plouay

From the cottage there are many places of interest to visit to suit all tastes

The beaches of Le Pouldu, Guidel-Plage and Larmor-Plage, are within a 45 minute drive.

Lorient, a former submarine base, famous for its summer Celtic music festival, offers many rest aurants, cafes and a lively night life.

Aquanature Park at Priziac (www.parc-aquanature.com . Here you'll find footpaths, a Deer park, freshwater aquarium, accompanied horse rides and guided tours .

There are cruises to the many islands in the Gulf of Morbihan .

Several riding schools/stables in close proximity and equestrian shows at Hennebont during August 2012 (www.haras-hennebont.fr)

In Melrand (www.melrand-village-an-mil.info) is the fascinating recreation of a middle Ages village. and in, Quistinic a Breton village of olden times (www.poul-fetan.com).This working museum with a traditional baker, potter, and

farm allows one to experience the Breton way of life from yester-year, through the architecture, wool-dying and spinning, butter

-making and, village wash-days, and to sample delicious breads and cakes cooked in the old bread oven.

There are also the interesting towns of Hennebont, Josselin; Auray and Vannes to explore with their cobbled streets, historic buildings and street markets

The Pays du Roi Morvan Watersports Centre has its headquarters in the commune of Priziac, in the Department of Morbihan. Here you can practise kayaking on calm stretches of water in a lush, green setting. The aim is to combine exploring the natural environment with acquiring basic kayaking techniques.

The Etang de Priziac is a vast inland stretch of water which is both reassuringly safe and somewhere different. It's absolutely ideal for kayaking. That's why the Pays du Roi Morvan Watersports Centre has chosen it to run courses of four to five lessons for enthusiasts of all levels, from age eight upwards. Also on offer are walks that include stop-offs to sample local foods, nocturnal bat-watching trips and rental deals.

The zoo at Pont Scorff is set in 12 hectares of greenery, with more than 600 animals from 120 different species makes for an enjoyable day out for all the family. Committed to both conservation and breeding programmes for endangered species, the zoo is home to a variety of animal families, including hippopotamuses, giraffes, panthers, wolves, lemurs and white lions.

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  • 7 Years listed

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Based in France

Languages spoken
  • English
  • French
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