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Le Gallot – Home 201571 Gite

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 4 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Gite / 3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • Ask about pets

Description from owner

Description

Kitchen dining room is The cottage accommodation is a 3 bedrooms, with a double bed the other two with twin beds located upstairs.
On the ground floor there is a shower room with W.C and wash hand basin. Also located on the ground floor there is a cosy sitting room with log fire and satellite television (free view) with over 50 channels and radio
fully fitted out for self catering with cooker gas microwave oven washing machine and all the kitchen implements you would need for the kitchen. There are sauce pans cutlery electric kettle toaster and crockery with a dining table that seats six
Outside is a sitting area where you can sit in the evening and enjoy a class of wine and have a barbeque and take in the evening sun. There is ample parking area outside the cottage and a large out building where you can store bicycles (by prior arrangement) if you are a cyclist and bring them with you.
The world renowned Carhaix 2014 Music festival is 17 - 20 July. Line up this year

Kitchen dining room is The cottage accommodation is a 3 bedrooms, with a double bed the other two with twin beds located upstairs.
On the ground floor there is a shower room with W.C and wash hand basin. Also located on the ground floor there is a cosy sitting room with log fire and satellite television (free view) with over 50 channels and radio
fully fitted out for self catering with cooker gas microwave oven washing machine and all the kitchen implements you would need for the kitchen. There are sauce pans cutlery electric kettle toaster and crockery with a dining table that seats six
Outside is a sitting area where you can sit in the evening and enjoy a class of wine and have a barbeque and take in the evening sun. There is ample parking area outside the cottage and a large out building where you can store bicycles (by prior arrangement) if you are a cyclist and bring them with you.
The world renowned Carhaix 2014 Music festival is 17 - 20 July. Line up this year includes Elton John & Arctic Monkies to name but a few. The cottage is located only 6 miles from Carhaix, making it an ideal base for the festival.
As of 8 July 2014 there will be internet available.

Further details

Check-in is normally after 1600 on Saturdays

Check-out is normally by 1000 on Saturday morning.

Further details outdoors

Outside there is a Patio area with a BBQ table and chairs for 4 people as well as a bench seat. This is an ideal place just to sit and watch the sun go down in complete tranquility whilst sipping a glass of wine.

Location description from owner

The Brittany region


Nearest Travel Links
Airport: Brest: 70 km
Railway: Carhaix: 23 km
Ferry: Roscoff: 50 km
Brest airport 44 miles
Dinan airport 120 miles
St Brieuc airport 55miles
Brittany Ferries Roscoff port 35miles
Brittany Ferries St Malo port 120 miles
Brittany Ferries Caen 4+ hours drive
Brittany Ferries Cherbourg 4+ hours drive
Brittany is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Farnce, renowned for its beautiful scenery and ease of access. There are over 600km of coastline with fabulous sandy beaches, rocky coves, dramatic cliffs, pretty harbours and offshore islands to explore. Places to visit are Carantec, Locqueric and Perros Guerros on the north shore and don't miss the opportunity to take a boat trip to the Ile de Brehat, where cars are forbidden and the beaches are stunning. Dournanez and St Anne Le Palud to the west and Benodet, Fousenant and Carnac to the south coast. Inland there are woodlands and river valleys, and charming historic towns and villages to visit. Morlaix is a large, historic French market town with an impressive viaduct, marina, shops and restaurants. Locronan could be described as a Cotswold village with a French twist - a delightful small town trapped in time and steeped in history. In the 15th and 16th century, Locronan was one of the most advanced and sophisticated towns in France, it being responsible for manufacturing and supplying sail cloth for the French Royal Navy and several others including bucaneers and dare we say pirates...? Enjoy walking round some of the high class bars, shops and restaurants and pay a visit to the beautiful church in the square. Just south of Locronan is the city of Quimper - great for shopping or cruise down the beautiful Odet river.And dont miss the prehistoric standing stones at Carnac, one of the mysterious wonders of France. Josselin is a medieval town with a beautiful chateau - in fact wherever you travel around Brittany you are sure to find some very impressive chateaux. A tour round one of these makes you feel like you've really experienced the true France of a bygone age.

Huelgoat

Poullaouen is situated between Carhaix-Plouger and Huelgoat.

Poullaouen is in the heart of Brittany, just outside the national park region of Finistere in an area also known as the Black Mountains of France.

Poullaouen is a large village with all the local ammonites bakers shop small supermarket, post office, doctors, chemist, butcher, hairdresser, 4 bars and a restaurant.
Poullaouen is an ideal base to explore the north western part of France as it is at the cross roads of Central Brittany with the coast being 35 minutes away. The city of Brest with its international deep sea port its world famous 3.7million litres Oceanopolis, old castle and a children thyme park is only 45 minutes away.

Distance to Carhaix 6 miles

Carhaix is sited on one of the most important cities of Roman Brittany, named Vorgium. The town has some ancient buildings, and a local industry based on food processing and agriculture. The annual three day pop festival Les Vieilles Charrues (Old Ploughs' Festival) is held in August and attracts tens of thousands of visitors. Carhaix is an amportant centre for culture and htre in the town. The local council sponsors a book fair in October, the Amateur Theatre Festival in May and Bagadans on 14th July which attracts 12000 musicians and dancers onto the streets of the town.

There are Banks, Supermarkets, Shops and a fantastic Saturday market held in the Square in the centre of town.

Huelgoat.


Distance to Huelgoat 5 miles


The Lake
This is beautiful just to look at, Kayaks & Bike hire is available opposite the Hotel du Lac in summer and it is also a fishing lake for which licenses are available in the local paper shop, (presse).

Horse riding
Centre Equestres, Kermabilou. (Nr. Huelgoat.)
Riding lessons. Qualified English speaking instructors. Tel: Wanny 0033 02 98 78 46 after 8 p.m.

Walking
There are many walks to be taken in the famous Fôret de Huelgoat varying from short and easy but very scenic to much more challenging. The woods of the area are characterised by huge granite boulders, tumbling streams and Breton legend. You might be lucky enough to see deer and of course other wild life and plants indigenous to the area. Huelgoat is close also to the Monts D’Arree a wild moorland area and the highest point in Brittany . There are walking maps available from the presse & supermarkets. For those unable to walk far an amazing group of boulders can be seen from the bridge near to the Tourist Information Office which is situated on the road that leads to Berrien.
A good site with maps of walks in the Monts D'Arree can be found at :-
http://www.bnb-brittany.com/map-hikes-trails-arree-finistere-brittany.html

Salon de Thé
This is the main teashop and is situated in the square opposite the fountain. It has a good menu and delicious cakes, also a very reasonable breakfast. This is also a good bakery – the pain au cereal and almond pastries are very good indeed.

Hotel du Lac
This hotel is open for meals every evening bar Monday.They have 2 restaurants one does the most superbly light pizzas & bistro meals the other is traditional French; superb with lovely presentation. Their bar is open during the day. There are several other bars in the town including an Irish bar.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

Bed & bathroom

  • 1 Double Bed, 4 Single Beds
  • 1 Family bathroom

Amenities

  • BBQ
  • Fireplace
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Linen provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Accessible for wheelchair users — please contact the owner for details before booking

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Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
No smoking at this property
Cancellation policy
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About the owner

Rod C
Response rate:
90%
Calendar updated:
28 Apr 2016
Years listed:
4
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This Gite has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 4. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 13 Mar 2012. Located in Finistere, it has 5 reviews with an overall rating of 4. The average weekly rate varies from £225 to £279.

The Owner has a response rate of 90% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 28 Apr 2016.

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“Central Location”

Reviewed 13 Mar 2016

If you want away from it all - live in the country and absorb the area and scenery then this is ideal. It is rustic and basic but it works wonderfully. There is a log fire should you desire. Great location for exploring the area and base. Local village is lovely and brilliant croissants.

“Typical French country cottage set in a rural hamlet”

Reviewed 11 Mar 2016

Fairly close to National Park/ lakes and about .5 km to village shops and restaurants. Some interesting towns within a half hour drive. Since our visit we understand the shower toilet room has been refitted.

“Quiet and Beautiful”

Reviewed 7 Aug 2012

What a fantastic cottage set in a beautiful location, Rod was the perfect host lovely welcome pack of eggs bread and wine ,the cottage was perfect with all the amenities you need ,spacious warm comfortable and welcoming set in a lovely part of france ideally located to explore this region of france the cottage was well equipped with all the comforts of home ,It is quite private with just a couple of neighbours who were very friendly, spent plenty of evenings sat outside enjoying some beautiful sunsets. The little village was only a 5 min walk away with a local supermarket and a couple of nice pubs were the locals were very very Friendly Would return to this cottage again in a instance Had a Fantastic relaxing holiday (with beautiful weather)

“Beautiful Cottage”

Reviewed 26 Jun 2012

We stayed for two weeks and found the cottage a fantastic base for our holiday. There were nice little touches like a welcome pack which even had a bottle of wine. The cottage was both clean & comfortable with lots of little extra,s like a washing machine & Sky television. The owner was very helful and gave us good directions to the property.

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