Bedrooms 1, Sleeps 2, Ratings 2 10/10
This location has multiple holiday properties
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A barn attached to a beautiful house built in1622 in the calm and peaceful hamlet of Talroch surrounded by woodland and 50 metres from the River Sarre offering tranquil walks in lovely scenery.
Fantastic for adults, couples or families with young children who want a real experience of unspoilt countryside and nature on the doorstep.
The large upstairs consists of a room with a double bed and a single bed and the availability of a cot if required.
Only a 10 minute stroll to the centre of the village of Melrand, with its boulangerie, boucherie, alimentation, bars and excellent restaurant.
Kitchen dining/living room
The downstairs of the barn consists of an open room with kitchen and dining areas together with comfortable armchairs television, DVD player and access to WiFi.
Kitchen has a gas cooker, fridge freezer, microwave, toaster and kettle as well as all utensils needed to make a comfortable stay.
Very large room with Double bed, one single and a cot if requested.
Ensuite shower room with WC sink etc.
Electric plug in radiators.
Tv, dvd player dvds, radio, books and access to wi-fi.
Outside seating area and a 50 metre walk to the river Sarre and all surrounded by woodland with many paths and routes to choose from.
Parking next to La grange.
Couples or families with one child and or toddlers/babies.
Only a 10 minute stroll up the lane and over the bridge of the River Sarre, listening to birdsong and watching the trout jump, to the village of Melrand. Here you can collect your freshly baked baguette or croissants, find your groceries in the village shop and fresh meat from the butchers. Maybe stop for a coffee in the local bar or a relaxing glass of wine. In the evening nothing beats walking to the local restaurant and enjoying one of the best meals you will find in the area.
Special interest on-site of arranged nature/wildlife walks please see our website for further details.
Canoes can be hired and also bikes from St Nicholas des Eaux beside the River Blavet which is 5km from Talroch. The river is part of the Nantes-Brest Canal built by Napoleon, with many kilometres of canal path and lots of interesting canoeing.
Famous for its thousands of standing stones and also one of the most popular seaside towns and beaches in the area
A superb local golf course open to the public where clubs and equipment can be hired for the day, 6km away.
Restaurant in Melrand village, local traditional food, friendly atmosphere, best place to eat in the area.
Beautiful towns of Auray and Vannes for fantastic shopping and eating out with thousands of years of history. Both coastal towns have fantastic architecture and their markets are the biggest in the area.
St Malo 140km
La Tourelle 1km
All around Talroch there are walks in the woodland and riverside. Marked local walk of 12km. There are many walks to choose from coastal, inland, marshes and heathland. Wildlife walks can be arranged from Talroch, for further details see. www.BrittanyWildlife.com
This was my fourth stay at la grange and I just loved it.
It is an old barn converted into a nice apartment with all amenities and a charming atmosphere.
It is wonderfully situated on the edge of a hamlet with a river and a forest just behind.
It is perfectly quiet .
Martyn and Jenny always make sure you have everything you need for a lovely holiday and provide valuable local information (as well as wildlife courses if you are interested.)
A cosy little flat with a lovely private garden and a warm welcome from the owners for a memorable holiday in the heart of rural brittany.