|9 Rue du Tertre||Self Catering||Saturday||2||5||1|
Extremely well equipped holiday home in pleasant village setting, conveniently situated midway between Northern and Southern Brittany coasts (approx 1 hours drive to access both).
Closer to home is Lac au Duc, a huge lake with watersports and its own artificial beach. Half an hour away Lac de Guerledan offers similar amenities. La Trinité’s rural setting offers plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling and touring by car. The medieval town of Josselin (20 minutes) is famed for its timbered buildings and chateau beside the picturesque Nantes-Brest Canal. The area is steeped in Breton history; for example the forest at Paimpont offers Arthurian legend, whilst the pre-historic stones of Carnac draw many visitors each year. There are plenty of good local restaurants and further afield Vannes, St Brieuc, Rennes (all one hour) and Nantes (2 hours) offer interesting days out. Fishing, golf and horse riding nearby.
Modern kitchen with gas cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
Large sitting/dining room with french windows to south facing garden and slate finished patio area. Dining table seats 6 comfortably.
Bedroom 1 has twin single beds and wardrobe. Bedroom 2 has 1 double bed, 1 single bed and wardrobe.
Bathroom (upstairs) with bath/shower and washbasin. Separate toilet (downstairs).
Gas fired (LPG) central heating.
Television (French Freeview) plus dvd player and vhs video. Stereo player (radio/tape).
Sitting room also contains a selection of childrens' videos, boardgames and paperback books for all ages.
South facing patio area and garden. Garden furniture, barbecue and rotary clothes drier supplied.
Large courtyard area with ample parking (3 cars+)
Ideal base for a family holiday. Children can safely explore charming village or relax in large garden after more adventurous days out further afield.
La Trinité Porhoet is well placed for access to both north and south Brittany coasts. There are ample opportunities for watersports, golf, walking and cycling closer to home.
It is a good base for when the Tour de France comes to Brittany, and for Celtic music festivals.
Attractive town beside Nantes-Brest Canal
The local villages all have good restaurants offering a wide selection of traditional French food.
St Malo 80km
Two local markets with regional produce
Varied countryside with open farmland, forests and streams offer many opportunities for walking and cycling
Vannes, Rennes, St Brieuc (all 1 hour by car) and Nantes (2 hours by car)
Excellent customer service. We found the owner and his agent on site extremely kind and helpful. The village was wonderful and full of history. The close by hidden lake was a gem and the village community very friendly. Excellent value for money.