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Ty Kerhuon is a sunny,south facing, light filled breton style house with 3 large airy bedrooms, a generously sized lounge, a homely kitchen with a large table, a spacious dining room all surrounded by terraces and a large park-like garden.
This beautiful holiday home is ideal for families. The house has been lovingly and carefully furnished with a mix of antique and modern furniture. The well equipped kitchen is ideal for family entertainment. The living room and kitchen have a wonderful view of the idyllic garden. The 3 bedrooms are bright and welcoming. The bathroom is located upstairs and there is a guest toilet with wash hand basin downstairs.
The property is situated in the heart of Brittany close to many sandy beaches and not far from the village of Esquibien with its typical church and cobbled streets, a hotel, a bar and a stadium. Nearby can be found a swimming pool/leisure pool, a bakers and 2 supermarkets. It is very suitable for cycling, boating, sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, surfing and walking.
The house is very close to Audierne with its fishing port and marina and it boasts a superb Saturday market which mustn't be missed. Just 40 minutes' drive away is the ancient city of Quimper with its magnificent cathedral, many bars, walks and shops. Also, 25 minutes' away can be found the town of Douarnenez with its famous maritime museum and port.
The house has all modern facilities to accommodate 6 people and all rooms are well equipped. There is also a very grand and secluded garden to relax in should you wish to do so.
This is a non smoking property and we do not accept pets.
The large family kitchen dining room area is ideal for entertaining, and is well equipped with tables and chairs for 6 people and it includes a fridge, a freezer, a washing machine, a dishwasher, a microwave oven and an electric oven with gas hob.
Large dual aspect comfortable lounge with French windows opening on to the patio and large mature garden with many trees. There is a tv and an entertainment. There is a wood burning fire for use and the first basket of logs is included.
Upstairs there are 3 spacious bedrooms one with a king sized bed, one with a double bed and the third with 2 single beds. Pillows, duvets,bed linen and towels are included.
The family bathroom with bath and shower over, toilet, basin, and bidet can be found upstairs. There is also a downstairs cloakroom with basin and toilet.
Electric heaters during the summer months and full central heating during the winter. A supplement of £50 a week for the central heating is required for bookings from November to March.
Tv, stereo, dvd, satellite, (English programmes), wi-fi. A selection of dvds and cds are available. There are books and games as well.
Large south facing sunny aspect gardens mostly laid to grass with many mature trees. The house is surrounded by a raised patio area with patio furniture and bbq for outside dining or just relaxing.
Driveway area suitable for several cars or a boat.
The house is suitable for those wishing to explore the local rural area with its many coastal walks, is ideal for exploring the many traditional villages by bike and is only a 20 minute leisurely walk to the safe family sandy beaches of St Evette with its sailing school. Within a 8 minute car ride there is the famous surfing beach of St Tugen.
Cleaning materials are supplied and an additional fee of 40 Euros will charged on vacation of the property should you wish to use this facility.
Audierne has many restaurants and creperies for local cuisine along with its wonderful sandy beach. There is an aquarium which also has an amazing bird show. One can take the river walk along the Goyen to Pont Croix. There are weekly markets in Pont-Croix, Audierne, Plogoff and Douarnenez. St Evette offers sailing facilities including windsurfing, canoeing and paddle boarding. There is also a daily ferry service to The Ile de Sein from St Evette. Horse riding stables are located in Plogoff. There are many coastal walks and cycle routes. The Pointe du Raz,France's most westerly point, gives views of the islands and is a conservation area full of wild habitat. During the summer months the Fest Noz festivities are a must participation for food and dancing traditional style.