|The Old Stables||Self Catering||Saturday||3||8||2||Spare beds|
The Old Stables ia a wonderful old building that has survived 133 years of wear and tear, but thanks to the skilled local tradesmen it has been saved and given a new life.
The property offers 3 bedrooms which can sleep at least 4 people. They are all bright and airy. Two wc, 1 large bathroom with a separate bathtub and a shower, plus another shower room on another floor. The lounge/sitting room is huge and yet welcoming and cosy with plenty of old farm implements, utensils etc, as well as some earthenware to provide some additional character, and of course a local Breton dresser to give an authentic touch.
The American style kitchen can be accessed from 2 open passages, is well equipped with all the mod cons. In short, the place has to be seen to be believed and appreciated.
However due to the changes in France telecom's changes in the régulations concerning access to internet ie a waiting time of between 8 and 12 days ;there is no more internet.Moreover all the 3 cottages are intended for non smokers and do not accept animals.
American style kitchen, well assorted, very bright and airy.
A large lounge and sitting room with 2 settees, 6 armchairs, 2 coffee tables, satellite tv, 1 small display cabinet, 1 dresser that contains a few games and plenty of reading material on the local area.
Three beautiful bedrooms with very comfortable bedding.
Fuel to heat water and run the central heating system in winter.
5000m² of gardens and grounds with the possibility to play boules, etc.
Plenty of parking space in a safe and secluded area.
Not suitable for disabled people or frail elderly people.
Bbq and garden furniture for the outside terrace.
Locronan is a medieval village that has been kept intact, preserving the granite buildings in beautiful condition and the local crafts alive. What is most interesting about this village is that it is one of the last villages in the whole of France to hold a religious convention every 6 years, during which villages gather in their traditional costumes, play lithurgical music, participate in choir competition and conduct vigils. Not far away there is also the port museum of Douarnenez, where there is a good collection of vessels. Last but not least there is the Quimper cathedral, with its must-see potteries.