Cottage to let in Brittany

Fouesnant (7km from La Forêt-Fouesnant ), Finistère, Brittany Reference: BF004697 Advertiser since: 23 March 2016
Property Board Arrival Bedrooms Sleeps Bathrooms
Cerisiers Self Catering Saturday 3 6 2

About this property

A Former Farmhouse Tucked Away in a Wooded Area. This cottage/gite is in a town setting.

Tucked away in a wooded area, yet within easy reach of the traditional country town of Fouesnant, and its nearby beach areas of Kerleven, Cap Coz and Beg Meil, yet also close to the fishing port of Concarneau and the medieval town of Quimper. The property is a well restored former farmhouse.



Kitchen and dining

Ground Floor: Entrance into open plan living area. Kitchen with hob, oven/microwave, fridge with 3* freezer, table and chairs, door to garden.

Living rooms

Ground Floor: Sitting area with comfortable seating, wi-fi, tv and dvd.


Ground Floor: Twin bedroom

First Floor: Stairs from living room to double (160cm) bedroom and twin childs room.


Ground Floor: Shower room with hand basin. Separate wc. Utility room off bathroom with washing machine (shared with owner).

First Floor: Bathroom with bath, hand spray and hand basin. Separate wc.

Garden and outside

Outside: Garden with outdoor furniture, sun loungers, bbq, slide and swings.
The owner will be living in an adjacent apartment which shares the garden.


  • Internet

  • Child facilities



Name/number of nearest marked trail: Local

The Owner Recommends

Cap Coz

Cap Coz is one of Fouesnant’s three small fishing ports the other two are Beg-Meil and Mousterlin. Cap Coz is a small resort built on a sandy spit, the spectacular views extend over to La Foret Bay, Beg Meil, Kerleven Beach and Concarneau. Beg Meil is unspoiled and has beaches both on its bay and ocean front, on the approach to Pointe du Mousterlin you will see huge stretches of white sand edged with pines and cypresses. Mousterlin Plage is a long sandy beach overlooking the archipelago of Iles de Glenan.


The town is in the centre of an area of lush and fertile valleys which looks across to the Iles de Glenan. There are dozens of cider makers in the Fouesnant area, a Cider Festival takes place the third week of July when women wear traditional costumes and distinctive headdresses.