Farmhouse for holidays in Brittany - BF005677

3km from Pont-Aven, Finistère, Brittany Reference: BF005677 Advertiser since: 10 April 2003
Property Board Arrival Bedrooms Sleeps Bathrooms
Ker Eol Self Catering Saturday 5 10 3

About this property

A Spacious Farmhouse Close to Coast and Pont Aven. This villa is in a rural setting.

Ker Eol is a lovely detached farmhouse situated just outside the world famous artists town of Pont Aven where the renowned artist Gauguin worked and studied in the 1880's. Within 10 minutes drive you will find a stunning coastline.

The house has a large, secure garden, and about 3 acres of adjacent land. It sleeps 10 guests comfortably plus a baby (cot can be provided). There are 5 large bedrooms one of which is on the ground floor and has en suite facilities. This makes it particularly suitable for guests with impaired mobility.

There are some wonderful beaches for bathing nearby and also some fantastic surfing beaches all within a few kilometres. There are many areas of historical interest and great walking in the area. It is also a very popular area for fishing and boat trips.

All linen and towels are provided. The house is ideal for families, groups of friends and couples of all ages.

A welcome pack is provided.

Dogs, maximum of 2, may also be welcome at Ker Eol. As per terms and conditions please let the owner know in advance if you would like to bring your dog. A cleaning fee of £10 per week, per dog, will be applied. The local property managers can help with arranging vet appointment for your return journey.



Kitchen and dining

The kitchen diner comfortably seats 6 people. There is also a dining room, also accommodating 6. the kitchen is modern and well fitted with everything needed for a self catering holiday.

The oven has a gas hob and electric oven. There is also a dishwasher, fridge-freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle and cafetiere.

Living rooms

A comfortable lounge is the focal point for the tv, UK channels available.
There is also a large conservatory providing extra space and an opportunity to relax in a quiet area.


There are 5 bedrooms. One of these is on the ground floor (king size bed) and has an en suite bathroom. This makes it ideal for guests with impaired mobility.
There are 2 further double rooms upstairs, one of which has an en suite bathroom.
The other 2 bedrooms both have 2 single beds.


En suite shower room (ground floor bedroom)
Further en suite to upstairs double bedroom having a corner bath and overhead shower.
Family bathroom with bath, overhead shower and bidet
Separate toilet downstairs


There is a logburner in the lounge for the cooler months.
Logs are available.


Tv, UK satellite channels

Garden and outside

Large secluded garden. A bbq is provided.
Outdoor table and chairs are provided and 4 sunloungers.
There are many outdoor ball games to keep the youngsters amused.

Parking and garages

Plenty of parking for 4 cars

Visitor suitability

This property is perfect for large groups.
Children and pets are particularly welcome.
For guests with impaired mobility the property can be particularly suitable as there is an en suite bedroom on the ground floor.
For wheelchair users please enquire and we will do our best to advise accordingly.


  • Internet

  • Pets welcomed *

  • Linen

  • Child facilities

* Vet details: Balde Damien 12 Vieille Rue de Concarneau, 29910 TREGUNC Tél : 02 98 97 78 18



Name/number of nearest marked trail: GR34

About the Owner/Advertiser, Mrs Sue O'Grady

David and Lucy have owned Ker Eol for more than 12 years. They have enjoyed many happy family holidays here over the years.

Year property purchased 2000
Why this location? A perfect combination of rural Brittany but near to some beautiful beaches.
Unique benefits of property The house is perfect for large groups of family or friends. It sleeps 10 comfortably in 5 bedrooms.

The Owner Recommends

Pont Aven

Pont-Aven is best known for its association with the post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin. This attractive little village also has some lovely riverside walks, a mouth-watering food speciality, a weekly market and a colourful summer festival.

At the ocean’s edge, the landscape is soft and gentle – with a touch of the exotic. That’s why the beach at Raguenez has been dubbedTahiti by the locals. The nickname was inspired by the turquoise water and its expanse of fine white sand. Rospico cove is more typical of the area, with a sandy beach protected by rocky cliffs. It’s like a blue, white and green cocoon – perfect for a spot of rest and relaxation. At Port Manech, the bathing huts will make you think of the Belle Epoque era.


The ville close is without doubt Concarneau’s most popular tourist attraction. This old stone fortified ‘town’ has just a few narrow streets filled with shops and restaurants, where geraniums tumble from window boxes. Take a walk around the ramparts for spectacular views over the area. Near the entrance to the ville close is the Musée de la Pêche, where visitors can learn all about the fishing industry and visit an old trawler.


Not only is Quimper the administrative capital of the Finistère department, it is also generally regarded as the cultural heart of Brittany. The town is known for its cathedral, atmospheric old quarter and museums but most of all for its annual festival celebrating Breton culture.
Quimper’s most impressive building is its cathedral, which is said to be the best example of Gothic religious architecture in Brittany. Building started in the 12th century and continued at intervals until the 19th century, when the two spires were constructed and new stained glass windows were installed. The cathedral is named after St Corentin, Quimper’s first bishop.


The little peninsula of Névez lies in a beautiful spot between Pont-Aven and Concarneau. In this pretty corner of southern Finistère you’ll find some stunning examples of houses built from pillars of stone, beautiful beaches, enchanting inlets and harbours nestling deep in submerged river valleys (rias). It’s easy to reach, but it’s like a different world!

Pointe de Trevignon

Trevignon is on the Finistere coast we were traveling from Concarneau to Pont-Aven and came to Trevignon by chance.The village is pleasant enough but just on the edge of the village is the headland or At Pointe de Trevignon there is a beach in every direction also a quaint harbour and a castle.
Also nearby is the restored village of Kerascoet.