This location has multiple holiday properties
Le Rhun, a former Breton cider farm, now offers relaxing holidays like they used to be in ﬁve unique holiday gites on the beautiful Crozon Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty with many sites of historic and cultural interest and stunning beaches. Whether you’re looking for accommodation for a couple, a family or a big get-together Le Rhun offers tranquil surroundings, 40 acres of farmland and countryside, lots to do and a safe environment for children to explore.
Ecurie, a former stable offers comfortable accommodation for 4 people. Although the cart horse is long gone the old hayrack still sits in the corner of the open plan living area alongside the feature wood burner. The open-plan salon with exposed stone-work and beams has 2 comfortable sofas and a dining area. French doors open onto the patio with wooden furniture and stone-built barbecue which overlooks the inner courtyard where the ancient cider press is set in a seating area.
The kitchen area houses a gas cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and well-equipped kitchen cupboards. The open tread pine staircase leads up to a charming double bedroom to the right and a twin bedded room to the left with a wooden chest full of interesting toys and games.
Fridge, microwave, toaster, food processor, washing machine, tumble dryer, .
2 sofas, dining table and chairs for 4, woodburner, dvd player and screen, hi-fi.
1 double bedroom. 1 twin bedroom.
Heated towel radiator.
A woodburning stove is the primary source of heating. Wood provided. Additional heating is available - oil fired radiators for hire.
Heated swimming pool. Ball games pitch. Swings. Sandpit. Woodland walks.
Terrace looking onto the courtyard with stone built barbecue and garden furniture.
Ample parking a short walk from Ecurie.
Idyllic location for families and friends to get together.
The local village is a 15 minute walk away and boasts a boulangerie and alimentations (grocers), La Poste, 2 small bars, a tabac and creperie as well as a museum of country crafts!
Rock pooling at L'Aber, surfing at Lostmarc'h, sandcastles and Grottes Marines at Morgat, wide sandy expanse at Telgruc - beaches for everyones taste!
The place for fresh fish and seafood - you can often buy straight off the boat or watch the boats come in from your waterside cafe table.
The intriguing site of 4000 menhirs standing in alignment over 4 kilometres.
Loads of shops at the Presqu'iles capital, including a major supermarket, Leclerc. Crozon has a bustling street market every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month.
Walking, cycling, surfing, sailing, museums, national parkland, sites of historic interest.
Roscoff 1 hour, St Malo 4 hours drive.
Creperies in Argol village. Wide choice of waterfront seafood restaurants in Morgat and Camaret.
Fascinating medieval city with market hall, timbered buildings, amazing merry-go-round and interesting little shops including one selling delicious, diminutive macaroons in 24 flavours presented to you in exquisitely wrapped boxes.