This location has multiple holiday properties
The Câve is an authentic stone walled gîte with an open fireplace, tiled floors and rustic decor. It is the most private of the 3 gîtes offering its own opening onto a peaceful garden.
Downstairs: The living area is well equipped with tv/dvd, cd/radio player, books and games. The kitchen has recently been updated and equipped with a gas hob, combination microwave oven, fridge-freezer, cafeterie, toaster and all necessary utensils. The bathroom has a nice tiled shower, sink and toilet. The double bedroom is also downstairs which is convenient for slightly disabled guests.
Upstairs: A charming panelled twin bedded room.
A private area in front of the gite to eat out with garden table and chairs and bbq.
Internet access via cable to laptops and wi-fi. Central heating. Shared use of a washing machine in the owner’s gîte (for a nominal charge). Cots and highchairs on demand. Bed linen hire and babysitting are possible.
Welcoming family friendly accommodation.
These stone built farm cottages have been renovated by the resident English owner that has taken care to keep the authenticity of these farm dwellings.
Made up of 3 gites which sleep up to 4 or 5 in each, they are Ideal for group family/friend holidays seeking individual accommodation. Toulambic offers a quiet setting but is just 200m from the village where you can stroll to get your fresh bread and croissants in the morning.
In the village you'll find 2 boulangeries, an organic butchers/grocers, a Post Office, a pizzeria/restaurant, 2 excellent créperies, a hairdressers and dentist. There are also 2 local English speaking doctors and a very big pharmacy.
There are numerous beaches just within 5-8km such as the well-known resort of Benodet with its casino, the untouched golden sandy beaches of Fouesnant and the coves of Beg Meil which are always a favourite with my guests.
Just a 2min drive away is the town of Fouesnant which offers all amenities shops, bars, beach view cafés, supermarkets, popular refined restaurants and traditional créperies.
There are plenty of cultural visits in the area. You shouldn't miss... Quimper, Concarneau and Locronan beautiful historical towns, fishing ports, not to mention the peninsulas of Point du Raz and Crozen.
Brittany is well known for its walks. Escape into the hidden countryside with its authentic scenery and follow the coastal paths with their magnificent views.
Cycling is popular around the country lanes and a lot of the major roads have a cycle lane.
There is the possibility to do every kind of water sport, sailing, canoeing, sail boarding and many others from one of the local nautical centres.
There are 2 excellent local swimming pools and a Thalassotherapy centre in Benodet.
Not forgetting 3 golf courses, horse-riding, accrobranche (acrobatic tree climbing), bowling etc...
How to get to Toulambic
The most popular way is by ferry with boats arriving at Roscoff which is only 2hrs drive away, St Malo 3hrs, Caen 4hrs, Cherbourg 5hrs, Le Harve 6hrs and Calais 9hrs.
Eurostar/drive is also a possibility.
Fly/drive is becoming a popular alternative with many regular flights and low cost companies introducing flights into Quimper which is 20mins drive away, Lorient 45mins, Brest 1hr, Rennes 2hrs, Nantes 2h30.
Nice garden with an area where the children can meet and play together
Pleasant comfortable property keeping the rustic character and being in a good location for shops, beaches and activities. This property is suitable for families and couples alike
|Year property purchased||1988|
|Why this location?||Well located near village with a few local amenitities and beaches within 6km. Towns such as Benodet, Quimper and Concarneau all within reach.|
|Unique benefits of property||Authentic traditonal gîtes keeping the rustic decor with modern appliances for holiday accomodation with a difference taking you back in time.|
There are numerous beaches ranging from the quiet secluded coves of Beg Meil to larger sandy beaches such as Benodet, Mousterlin and Cap Coz.
If or when the children have had enough of the beach there is still plenty to keep them occupied with play parks, swimming pools, pony riding and not forgetting tennis and golf all in easy reach.
In every town and village you can find a creperie. It's a must to try.
In the evenings stroll around one of the many fetes, even have a meal and join in the local Breton dancing at their Fest Noz.
There is a market every morning in the vicinity but the biggest and most popular by French standards are at Pont l'Abbe on Thursday and Concarneau on Monday mornings
This is the ideal area to do both of these with the coastal paths, and exploring the country lanes to find the hidden Brittany.
All sorts of watersports are possible even with sailing schools. Surfing at Pointe de la Torche, canoeing up the River Odet are just 2 ideas.
Pleasant and private -centrally placed.