|42 Rue de Verdun||Self Catering||Flexible||2||5||1|
A rustic 2 bedroom cottage with a slightly contemporary style, with a small decked sun terrace equipped with bistro furniture, the ideal location for that morning coffee or evening aperitif.
Only a short walk to the beautiful beach and a 15 minute walk into the centre of town.
There is an open plan kitchen diner area with seating for 6.This includes a gas hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge and all cooking accessories. There is a small terrace off the kitchen with a bistro table.
The lounge has a big comfy sofa with 2 additional chairs and a logburner for the cooler winter evenings.
There is a double bedroom with a double bed and single bed, bedside table, wardrobe dressing table and a cupboard for extra storage. This leads into another large bedroom including a king size bed, wardrobe and plenty of storage space. There is also a cot for when needed.
Recently refurbished toilet and shower with separate wash room and bidet.
There is heating throughout and logburner in the lounge for cooler winter evenings.
A small private decked garden with bistro furniture for outdoor dining.
Parking is outside of the property
Ideally suited to family beach holidays, watersport enthusiasts and those enjoying long coastal walks.
We have a home in Audierne for the summer, additional to the cottage that we rent.<br/>We are always there to welcome our guests and to ensure the property is clean and tidy. We are always on hand should our guests need to contact us if required.<br/>We have a good knowledge of the local area so are always happy to advise on restaurants, beaches,water sports, shopping etc.
|Year property purchased||1987|
|Why this location?||I used to do a lot of windsurfing and the ferry crossing from Plymouth to Roscoff was convenient.|
|Unique benefits of property||The major benefit is that t is a 5 minute walk to a beautiful beach which is safe for children. There is also a sailing school on the beach for renting kayaks, stand up paddle boards, windsurfering boards and catamarans. There is a bar and creperie opposite the beach with additional mobile takeaways adjacent.
It is a short walk ( about 15 minutes to the town which has numerous shops, bars and restaurants. Fresh fish and langoustines are available daily from the indoor market and poissonerie. A market is held every Saturday in the square and a seasonal Wednesday evening craft market.
Throughout the summer, there are numerous Bretagne Fest-noz and concerts serving local dishes.
The picturesque historic city of Quimper is a 45 minute drive away, with the walled town of Concarneau about a further 15 minutes.
Pont Croix, Quimper, Concarneau, Douarnenez
Audierne - Saturday mornings and Wednesday evening
Quimper - Saturday morning
Concarneau - Monday morning
Le Comptoir de l’lroise
Au Roi Gradlon
Le Bar Breton
Via Lesne (pizza)
La Caravane Breuer
Creperie Ty Clech
Cafe de quai
Hotel Restaurant de la plage
L’Etrave .6.6 mi away