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Mimosa House

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 6 sleeps
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* * * updated 25/2/2015: N E W D E A L S F O R 2 0 1 5 S E A S O N * * * * * * 20% discount with Brittany Ferries * * * * * * 50% discount on 2nd week of 2-week booking * * ** * * Please contact us for offer deals or out of season/winter rates * * * Set on the Rhuys Peninsula with the beautiful Gulf of Morbihan 1km to the north and sheltered Atlantic beaches 5km to the south. Sailing, watersports, coastal walks, cycling, horse riding, chateau and boat trips on your doorstep plus medieval Vannes just 23km.This well finished, bright and modern detached property on the edge of a village has houses to one side and countryside to the other. Large french doors lead onto a patio and the enclosed south west facing garden is ideal for children. Ample private parking and 3 bedrooms (twin bedroom and double bedroom upstairs, double bedroom downstairs). Garden furniture, barbecue, swing, table tennis, dvd, French/English satellite tv.The house is just a short walk from stables offering

* * * updated 25/2/2015: N E W D E A L S F O R 2 0 1 5 S E A S O N * * * * * * 20% discount with Brittany Ferries * * * * * * 50% discount on 2nd week of 2-week booking * * ** * * Please contact us for offer deals or out of season/winter rates * * * Set on the Rhuys Peninsula with the beautiful Gulf of Morbihan 1km to the north and sheltered Atlantic beaches 5km to the south. Sailing, watersports, coastal walks, cycling, horse riding, chateau and boat trips on your doorstep plus medieval Vannes just 23km.This well finished, bright and modern detached property on the edge of a village has houses to one side and countryside to the other. Large french doors lead onto a patio and the enclosed south west facing garden is ideal for children. Ample private parking and 3 bedrooms (twin bedroom and double bedroom upstairs, double bedroom downstairs). Garden furniture, barbecue, swing, table tennis, dvd, French/English satellite tv.The house is just a short walk from stables offering horse riding or slightly further (1km) to the Gulfe de Morbihan itself at St Colombier, with picnic tables and play area with football nets overlooking the water. The larger sandy beaches on the Bay of Biscay are within a short cycle ride (Plage de Penvins 5km), linking back to the Gulf side of the Presqu'ile de Rhuys by various coastal or cycle paths. Visit the nearby Chateau de Suscinio (5km), or the bird lovers haven around Le Hezo. The medieval city of Vannes is just 23km away, or take your bicycles down to Port Navalo and onto a boat for a trip to Belle Ile or Ile Aux Moines. Several smaller islands are within a short cycle ride, near St Armel, along with a short ferry hop to Sene, south of Vannes. St Colombier (1km) has a bar, creperie, restaurant and Tourist Information Office. Details of various boat trips, cycle hire, local walks and cycle routes, some of which pass through St Colombier, can be found here. Cycle hire can also normally be arranged in peak season.Contact details can be supplied for some local amenities. For more information on Presqu'ile de Rhuys and Golfe du Morbihan please see the French tourist information website :- www rhuys com / en There are a number of watersport centres along the Atlantic beaches, an 18-hole golf course at St Gildas de Rhuys, thalassotherapy centre at Arzon, several tennis centres, a fitness centre in Sarzeau and even fitness lessons on the beach in St Jacques!Please note:==========No SmokingNo PetsFirst 100kWh of electricity includedLinen provided on request, but charged via our keyholders from 8 Euro per person (10 Euro with towels)Arrival after 2pmDeparture by10amHouse to be left clean and tidyCleaning service available at cost

Location description from owner

The Brittany region

Sarzeau lies on the enchanting peninsula of Rhuys in the heart of South ern Brittany. This vast stretch of land is ideally located on the edge of the peaceful Gulf of Morbihan to the North and the invigorating Atlantic Ocean to the South - “Mor Bihan” means “ Little Sea” in Breton. The Little Sea embraces dozens of small islands and is considered as one of the most beautiful bays in the world. To the south, the coast is dotted with sandy beaches and small rocky headlands. On the Peninsula, you are always within a short distance of the sea and nature . Sarzeau relies on the sea and notably on oyster farming. The people of Sarzeau enjoy living close to the sea. The sea has helped to forge their personality as their Breton cultural heritage has done too - visitors can spot the town’s Breton name when entering the commune’s territory: that is Sarhaù! So – “ Welcome to Sarhaù !”Sarzeau for Nature lovers, there are a vast number of coastal paths where you can cycle or walk along the Gulf on the old Customs path s , and eventually reach the bird sanctuary / nature reserve at Le Duer !Sarzeau for the curious ones, there is the Breton touch all along the Oyster Route that leads to the romantic crenellations of the moated and turreted castle of Suscinio. An impressive 13 th century castle with a wealth of history and standing just a mere few yards from the sea.Sarzeau for water sports lovers, offers many different kinds of nautical and seaside activities. There is something for everyone and you can discover the tiny coves and creeks along the Gulf or the coast at the same time .The commune of Sarzeau comprises of a bustling market town and engaging quiet hamlets on the coast and the Gulf with haunting land and seascapes ; it has a considerable historical heritage and offers plenty of entertainment and festivities.http://en.tourisme-vannes.com/enCreated at the end of a ria (drowned river valley), the medieval town of Vannes owes the foundations of its fortified town to the Romans. At the end of the 14th century, the town became one of the favourite residences of the dukes of Brittany. The enclosed area was extended towards the port and doubled the size of the walled town.Within the walls, numerous wooden beamed houses dotted the narrow streets surrounding the cathedral, which was rebuilt at the beginning of the 15th century. This “ville de bois” (town of wood) was completed by a “ville de pierre” (town of stone) in the classic style. Maritime trade was at its peak; the port was developed with new quays. But maritime activity came to an end during the 19th century. Starting in the 1860s and 1870s, the Morbihan prefecture created new public buildings and saw an increase in activity with the arrival of the railway and the stationing of two regiments.

Saint-Colombier

St Colombier centre (1km) has a bar, creperie, restaurant and Tourist Information Office. Details of various boat trips, cycle hire, local walks and cycle routes, some of which pass through St Colombier, can be found here. Cycle hire can also normally be arranged in peak season.Horse Riding school around the corner - Western Breiz'h, Motte Rivault, St ColombierA bit further, St Armel (5km) has a cmall bar/cafe with pattiserie/boulangerie.Plenty of walking, with the coastal path following the entire Rhuys peninsulaBoat trips, around the gulf and to various islands (Belle Ile or Ile Aux Moines) and prehistoric monumentsCycling Routes also all around the peninsula, passing the end of our road. Cycle paths up to Vannes and Theix. There are some additional mountain bike routes. A short cycle ride through St Armel takes you to a small ferry, which can take you and your bicycles to Sene, just south of Vannes. Sene centre just a couple of miles from the ferry has more bars and shops.The larger sandy beaches on the Bay of Biscay are within a short cycle ride (Plage de Penvins 5km), linking back to the Gulf side of the Presqu’ile de Rhuys by various coastal or cycle paths. Chateau de Suscinio (5km)Bird lovers haven around Le Hezo. The medieval city of Vannes (23km)Main shops in Sarzeau (4km), or supermarkets (Casino and Super U) just before. There is also a small supermarket (Casino) on the way into Sarzeau open on a Sunday morning (20km)Tennis in Sarzeau

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Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 5 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 2 Double Beds, 2 Single Beds, 1 Cot available
  • 1 Family bathroom

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • Swing set
  • BBQ
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Safe
  • Table tennis
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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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

About the owner

George D
Response rate:
91%
Calendar updated:
20 Jul 2016
Years listed:
4
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This House has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 6. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 01 Mar 2012. Located in Vannes, it has 2 reviews with an overall rating of 3.5. The average weekly rate varies from £250 to £650.

The Owner has a response rate of 91% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 20 Jul 2016.

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“A light comfortable little house in a great location for exploring”

Reviewed 21 Aug 2016

Mimosa is a well maintained house in a quiet semi-rural location with excellent access to this beautiful area of France. The owner has been very quick and helpful in answering my questions prior to, and during, our stay, The accommodation is clean and bright with everything you need for a holiday base. The two double beds were very comfortable despite my bad back. The sofas were comfortable but the upholstery is more shabby chic than showroom condition. The Wi-Fi works well and was fast enough to keep my boys happy. The garden is level and fully enclosed and would be fine for younger children. There is a folding table-tennis table with bats and balls in the garage that proved very popular with the whole family. The Rhuys Peninsula is stunning with many sandy beaches on the southern coast and rocky inlets on the northern coast. Cycling is very popular as the area is very flat with a network of cycle paths and plenty of cycle hire businesses.

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