In large garden. Short walk to the centre of Camors, a small town with a choice of restaurants, bars, Post Office, chemist, small shops, tennis and Adventure Park. Auray with its old port of St-Goustan lies 12 miles south. The sheltered beaches of Carnac or the surfing beaches of Quiberon are a further 8 miles.
Accommodation . Large lounge with open granite log fire, modern kitchen/dining room with dishwasher, washing machine and microwave, gas central heating and wc on ground floor. Two large double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms and bathroom on the first floor. Two twin bedrooms on second floor.
Garden furniture and barbecue.
£150 reduction for subsequent weeks, up to 25% off early and up to 20% off late bookings.
All linen, bath towels, gas, electricity and water inclusive.
Modern fitted kitchen with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, microwave with gas boiler supplying hot water and central heating.
Dining area separated by a work top from the kitchen.
Large lounge with open granite log fire, satellite UK tv, dvd and stereo system with iPod dock.
Four bedrooms - 2 master bedrooms one with a king size sleigh bed the other with a double bed both with en suite shower rooms on the first floor and 2 twin bedrooms on the second floor.
Bath with shower over, bidet and handbasin. The en suite shower rooms have large showers, hand basin and wc.
Large garden laid mainly to lawn but with several mature trees which provide welcome shade in the height of summer. Garden furniture and bbq.
Car parking off the road or within the garden.
Vannes, Pontivy, Hennebont, Larmour Plage and Carnac are all market towns but the biggest and best is the Monday morning market at Auray.
The beaches between Carnac and Locmariaquer are sheltered by the Quiberon peninsula and are generally safe for bathing. The beaches between Quiberon and Lorient offer good surf but require greater care.
In the centre of Camors, just a few hundred yards from the house, Pizzeria La Cigale offers good value Italian food including excellent takeaway pizzas. Korrigans lunch is very good value but limited choice.
If you have a head for heights you can try all the various ways of travelling through the tree tops at the Camors Adventure Park. About 1 mile from the house.
There are stunning views from the footpaths bordering the coast, the river estuaries and the Golfe du Morbihan. The paths are generally well maintained. Take your camera with you as there are many photo opportunities.
The courses in the area include a French championship course near Auray, a 9-hole beginners course towards Pontivy and a links course near Lorient. Tickets are sometimes available to play 5 different courses in 5 days.
Walking or cycling is a joy on Ile aux Moines on their almost traffic free roads, one of 365 islands in the Golfe. Bikes can be hired at the port. There are numerous boat tours of the Golfe from most of the ports including Vannes and Auray.
We have produced a long list of restaurants in the area providing very good food at a reasonable price and the Auberge at Ste Anne d'Auray tops the list. They provided the food for the Pope when he visited the Basilica.
On the outskirts of Camors a small town in the Forest of Camors. Play tennis, visit the clog makers shop and museum or enjoy a day out in the Adventure Park in the forest.
Short walk into Camors with further choice within 3km at Baud.
The small town is overlooked by a very impressive Basilica. There is a very important Pardon at the end of July.
Very good shopping in the old centre with many specialised shops and picturesque medievel architecture as an added bonus. Markets on Wednesday and Saturday.
There are numerous paths through the Forest of Camors for walkers or cyclists. Alternatively join the towpath by the River Blavet towards either Hennebont or Pontivy. There are riverside bars for the less active.