Treblavet is a much loved family holiday home and whether you are looking for an activity holiday, to soak up some real French atmosphere or just to chill out and relax with a glass of fabulous local cider - it has something for everyone. The village has a restaurant where you can also buy bread.
Welcome meals can be arranged for 2 or more people. Catering is available for all occasions, please enquire for menus and costs.
Included in the price are duvets and pillows (but bed linen and towels are not provided, although can be arranged), gas, electricity and logs. Changeover day Saturday, negotiable out of season.
Accommodation - ground floor, large family room with dining table, beamed ceiling and comfortable sofa and chairs by a log burning stove for those comfy nights in. English satellite tv and music system with selection of cds Leading to a fully equipped country kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine fridge-freezer and the usual appliances plus well equipped if you want to cook up a 'cordon bleu' meal with mixers, blenders etc. Lobby with drinks fridge, shower room off. Beyond the hallway, book-lined sitting room with wood burning stove set in original stone fireplace, luxurious leather sofa and chairs. This room also houses a selection of dvds and second English satellite tv and wifi internet access.
Original oak staircase leads to first floor - master bedroom, with king size bed, chestnut floorboards and rugs with antique furniture. Captains cabin, with single bed, large bedroom with 3 single beds and tv/video player with childrens videos and a further double bedroom, luxurious bathroom.
Shower and lavatory on ground floor with a bath and lavatory on the first floor.
Log burning fires in both the salon and main living room (logs provided) plus electric heating in those and all other rooms
Private securely fenced garden with outdoor furniture, barbecue, games pitch, giant daughts board, table tennis table.
Fishing 30 metres away
One of the best courses in Morbihan is Golf de Saint-Laurent at Ploemel near CARNAC. It was established in 1975 and is attractively laid out among oak, pine and chestnut trees. It hosted the French PGA Championship in 1988 and 1989. Its broad, gently undulating fairways and well-kept greens will encourage your game. 18 holes, 6,686 yards, par 72 Golf de Baden, set amongst pine trees and broom next to the Auray River, offers superb views separated from the practice area by 100 year old oak trees. Beware, however, of strategic water, which affects play on 9 of the holes and concentrates the mind wonderfully. The pitch and putt practice course welcomes all beginners. 18 holes, 6,722 yards, par 72 The nearest course is Golf de Rimaison, at Bieuzy-des-Eaux, only 10 minutes drive from us. (Tel: 02 97 27 74 03). Situated on a historic site, this 9 hole, par 35 course provides panoramic views of the Blavet Valley. A naturally hilly situation tests skill rather than strength. Golfers of all handicaps can enjoy playing the game all year round. 9 holes, 2,582 yards, par 35 Val QuÃ©ven, near Lorient, is a splendid course set amid beautiful woodland. Not quite as difficult as some of the other courses in the area. It has excellent facilities which include good lunch time food, covered range and pitch and putt. 18 holes, 6,724 yards, par 73 The parkland course at Ploemeur-Ocean enjoys fine views from its elevated situation. Though only seven years old it plays like a much more mature course. There are plenty of water hazards here to catch the unwary. 18 holes, 6,410 yards, par 72 Rhuys-Kerver is an enjoyable links course with an attractive club house. 18 holes, 6,724 yards, par 73 La Bretesche is a magnificent course and something of a legend in French golf. The closing holes are particularly memorable. 18 holes, 6,649 yards, par 72.
Local restaurant Rendevous de Pecheur only a 10 minute walk away and also sells bread. Many others within 5 -10 minute drive away. All details of local restaurants are at the gite
We had a lovely, relaxing week at Treblavet- a real home from home! It is a large, fantastic house and so full of character- the main bedroom in particular- a great room to wake up in! There are 2 sitting rooms with large fireplaces- great for family game nights. The garden is lovely with a variety of garden furniture and a great terrace. There is also a great barbecue. The area is pretty with lots to do- cycling and kayaking along the river are very close. Fantastic beaches about 40 minutes away. Would definitely recommend!
Thank you Rosemary, I'm pleased you enjoyed your stay and please come again. Treblavet is a great place to explore Morbihan both inland and the coast .