|L'Effraie des Clochers||Self Catering||Flexible||2||5||1||One single pull out bed|
"L'Effraie des Clochers" is part of an old Breton Farm. The cottage, originally a cider press, has been completely renovated (July 2018) to provide luxurious accommodation for up to 5 people.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, yet only 6km to the nearby, sandy beaches of Saint Anne la Palud and Kerlaz, we are ideally situated to explore the many beautiful attractions of Finistere.
The kitchen/dining area is open plan, with 4 metre high ceilings, original beams and exposed stone feature wall. The cottage is fully equipped with all that you might need for everyday living, including, electric oven, gas hob, large fridge-freezer, microwave, coffee pod machine and washing machine.
Dining table seats 6.
Large 3 seater settee, and 2 leather armchairs. Large flat screen tv with English and French channels.
Bedroom 1, has a large king size bed, triple wardrobe, beautiful floor length windows, with Juliet balcony, original beams and exposed stone feature wall and overlooks the front of the property.
Bedroom 2, with original beams, has 2 singles, with a full size single hide away bed underneath one of the beds.
Upstairs, the bathroom has a large 1200 x 800 shower, complete with rain shower head and additional hand held shower wand, and an Italian style sink with waterfall tap.
Outside, to the rear, the cottage, has it's own private fenced garden area, patio furniture, paved patio area and barbecue. Enjoy an evening glass of wine and the spectacular sunsets, over Menez Hom.
There are additional 3 acre grounds to explore, which include a Japanese style garden and pond, a boules court area, hanging basket style chairs, outdoor table tennis, and an indoor games room, which includes a play area for young children and games for older children/adults including badminton, table football and darts.
Parking available in the courtyard.
All the rooms are large, luxurious and airy and top quality bedding and towels are provided!
Children are very welcome & travel cots, baby baths, mats, bedding, high chairs, stair gates are available.
A selection of toys, games, dvd's, magazines, tourist information and welcome pack are also provided.
Towels (inc. beach towels), bedding, heating, gas, electric and taxe de sejour are all included in the price.
One, well behaved dog also welcome, with prior arrangement.
We live on site and are happy to help in any way possible, to enable the best holiday experience for you!
Myself and Marsha moved to Finistere nearly 5 years ago after our 3 boys had grown up, and have been busy renovating the Farmhouse and outbuildings since - a labour of love!
|Year property purchased||2013|
|Why this location?||Close to many stunning beaches, yet in a quiet rural setting.|
|Unique benefits of property||A place of serenity and tranquillity, yet close to numerous wonderful beaches.|
Plonevey Porzay - Sunday morning
Chateaulin - Thursday morning
This beautiful village, used in several film sets, has been elected both a Breton Petite Cité de Caractère and one of the Plus Beaux Villages de France.
It also has a wealth of individual boutiques and craft workshops as well as a good selection of places to find refreshments, from bars and restaurants to traditional crêperies.
Situated between the Baie de Douarnenez and Brest's natural harbour, the Crozon peninsular and its seabeds are protected by the Armorique Regional Nature Park.
Famous for its stunning views, jagged coastline and its numerous steep cliffs, the Crozon peninsula has a number of very interesting sites like:
The Pointe de Penhir and its "Tas de Pois", a famous alignment of three rocks;
The Pointe de Espagnols where walkers will find a beautiful panoramic view of Brest's natural harbour;
The Pointe de Dinan possessing numerous viewpoints of the surroundings, specifically Cap de la Chèvre and Pointe du Raz to the left, and Pointe de Penhir to the right;
These stunning places are great for invigorating walks, taking photos and recharging your batteries.
Dominating the Bay of Douarnenez, the long-backed Menez-Hom hill was sacred to prehistoric people and inspired Breton legends. Take in the sensational views from the top, over 1,000ft above sea level, and you’ll understand why it was considered so special. The Menez-Hom proves an exhilarating place.
The Menez-Hom is the most westerly, most majestic of the hills of the Montagnes Noires that run across southern Finistère.
It’s thought Celts worshipped their sun god here, while a mother goddess was honoured at a spring on the hillside. Mysterious traces of stone walls have been found around the top of the Menez-Hom, but no one is quite sure from when they date.
Wild and windy Pointe du Raz, France’s equivalent of Land’s End, is one of Brittany’s most popular natural sites. With its breathtaking clifftop walks (you’ll need a head for heights!), perilous waters, intriguing island and charming fishing ports, this area offers an authentic slice of Breton life.