This location has multiple holiday properties
|The Chestnut Loft||Self Catering||Saturday||3||5||1|
Le Rhun’s farmhouse and former farm outbuildings have been thoughtfully converted to provide 5 individual and stylish holiday retreats: the Farmhouse (sleeps up to 14), Ecurie (sleeps 4), Etable (sleeps 8), Hibou (sleeps 5) and the Chestnut Loft apartment (sleeps 5). Set in Le Rhun’s beautiful rolling farmland, the holiday homes retain many of their original features – a delightful combination of stone, slate and exposed beams, giving the properties tremendous charm and character. Each property has a private terrace or garden with barbecue. Unpack and relax in the comfort of your home from home - washing/drying machine, dvd, hi-fi, hairdryer, microwave, food processor and picnic basket complete with bucket and spade! Outside you'll find plenty to do. If you're feeling active, head for our heated outdoor pool, ball games field, swings or sandpit. If it's peace and quiet you seek, head off down our farm tracks and woodland walks where you'll find plenty of shady spots to settle down with your picnic basket, a good book and a glass of wine. Don't forget your camera - the wildlife is abundant.
Argol's picturesque village square is half a kilometre along the lane with its boulangerie, La Poste, bars and creperies across from the ancient church. The cider museum and Maison des Vieux Métiers hold regular exhibitions and living displays of country crafts.
Ideally situated for exploring this spectacular unspoilt corner of Brittany, Le Rhun is set in the heart of the Crozon Peninsula which abounds with magnificent views, wide sandy beaches, rugged coves and sites of historical and cultural interest. The nearest beach at Telgruc-sur-Mer is only 3km away and offers an introduction to the immense variety of beaches in easy reach of Le Rhun. From the golden sands of Pentrez to the wild surfing beaches of Lostmarc’h, there is a beach to suit everyones taste. Even at the height of summer, you can easily find a quiet spot to sit and contemplate the waves. Whether you want to put your feet up and relax or try your hand at something new, there is plenty on offer with sailing, surfing, sand-yachting, cycling, horse riding, golf and scenic walks through national park lands and pre-historic sites. Local restaurants and market stalls offer a wide variety of regional produce including delicious crepes, seafood, cheeses and cider, while the biscuiteries are a sheer delight for the younger gastronome!
Fridge, microwave, washer/dryer, food processor.
Woodburner, dvd player and screen, hi-fi.
Three. One double, one twin and one single.
Heated towel radiator.
All the gites have woodburners (the Farmhouse has 3) as the primary source of heating. Wood provided. Additional heating available - oil fired radiators for hire.
Heated swimming pool. Ball games pitch. Swings. Sandpit. Woodland walks.
Garden or terrrace attached to each property with garden furniture and barbecue.
Idyllic location for families and friends to get together.
We moved here in 2005, after living abroad for a number of years. We wanted to create a relaxing space for all ages, with magical places for children to explore and play.
|Year property purchased||2007|
|Why this location?||Once you have visited the Peninsula d'Crozon you will understand.|
|Unique benefits of property||Peace, tranquillity, the fairy glade and a pirate ship!|
Argol village is a 15 minute walk away and boasts a boulangerie, La Poste, 2 small bars, a tabac and creperie as well as a museum of country crafts!
Telgruc-sur-mer is 2.5 kilometres away and also has a bank, small supermarket, general store and road drops down onto a magnificent sandy beach.
Crozon - On alternate wednesdays there is a morning markets, in the narrow streets with small shops, but on the outskirts all the larger shops you would expect.
Morgat - a smallg seaside town with a beach and harbour. here you can hire kayaks, go on boat trips, play on the beach, with many creperies and bars to choose from.
Camaret - A harbour with numerous waterside restaurants with great fresh fish and seafood.
Lochronon - One of France's best kept villages with a magnificent hand made chocolate shop.
Quimper - 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.
there are 10+ beaches on the presquile, most within 20 minutes drive, the closest is 5km away. Lots of places to hire Kayaks, catamarans, sand karts to name but a few of the activities. but best of all wide open, uncrowded, sandy beaches,
Walking, cycling, surfing, sailing, museums, national parkland, sites of historic interest.
We had a wonderful stay at Le Rhun. The facilities are fantastic for children. Lesley & Alan (the owners) have gone to incredible length to create a wonderful imaginative play site for children. Along with the play barn there are hiding dens around every corner, a pirate ship in the trees and even a fairy glen.
I am sure there will be other surprises to discover that we missed.