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Fisherman’s Cottage, sleeps 4/5, is situated in a tranquil spot just 200 metres from the beach.
The harbour town of Audierne is a 5 minute drive and offers all amenities, as well as having a daily market. You can also purchase fresh fish straight from the boats in the harbour.
The cottage is ideally situated for walkers or cyclists. This is a calm and peaceful retreat although guests can avail themselves of the broadband wi-fi access to keep in touch with the outside world!
Dogs are allowed. Please check with the owner. A fee of 15€ per week will be added to the holiday cost. We are able to make a vet's appointment prior to your UK return travel.
There is a well equipped kitchen, with plenty of crockery, pots and pans and glassware.
There is a gas oven, microwave, cafetiere, fridge-freezer, toaster and kettle.
The kitchen also has a small table with seating for two.
The dining area has a large table and seating for 6 guests. The cosy lounge has a cd player.
On the first floor is a large double bedroom with seating area and a washbasin.
On the second floor in Bedroom 2 are twin beds which can be put together to make a double bed.
There is also a small mezzanine area which has an extra bed.
On the first floor is a modern, light airy bathroom with corner bath, overhead shower and toilet.
Electric heating in every room
Many books are supplied.
Is a walled garden and patio. Outdoor furniture and a parasol make it ideal for “al fresco” dining, barbecues or just evening aperos!
An outbuilding houses the washing machine.
Off road parking (2 cars) is available nearby.
Guests may unload and load cars outside the cottage.
The cottage is not suitable for guests with impaired mobility. All bedrooms and bathroom facilities are upstairs. There is no wheelchair access.
Wi-Fi is provided
Nearby is the Isle de Sein accessible by ferry from Audierne.
Beyond the Pointe du Raz, right at the end of the world lies the Ile de Sein, a point of serenity “as flat as a pancake” among the wild treacherous reefs of the Chaussée de Sein which is surmounted by the Ar-Men lighthouse. Its unique island culture, timeless atmosphere and gastronomic delights make it a wonderful place to visit.
The Ile de Sein ferry leaves from Sainte Evette harbour at the end of Audierne beach for a journey of an hour across the reefs and promontories which border the Mer d’Iroise.
The Sémaphore de Lervilly Signal Station is followed by the intense colours of Saint Tugen beach and the Anse du Loc’h, between the villages of Primelin and Plogoff. Next comes a succession of coves : Porz Loubous, Feunteun Aod then Bestrée alternating with the headlands of Plogoff, Feuteun Aod and finally the Pointe du Raz.
The amazing panorama is absolutely stunning as the ferry moves into the Raz du Sein gradually revealing the Pointe du Raz, la Vieille, la Plate, Tevennec lighthouses and la Pointe du Van. In the middle of La Chaussée de Sein, guillemots, gannets or dolphins sometimes appear and accompany the ship as far as Men Brial pier on the Ile de Sein.
Most towns and some villages have a weekly market. These include Concarneau, Douarnenez, Pont Aven and Crozon. Perfect for sampling local produce or buying souvenirs of your holiday.
Quimper is about 45 minutes drive. There is a lovely cathedral and plenty of shopping and restaurants around the cobbled squares.
Pont Aven is a 1 hour drive. This is the « artists town » where Paul Guegin studied and painted.
Concarneau is a pretty walled town, well worth a visit. About 1 hour from Fisherman’s Cottage.