This spacious granite house is set in an unspoilt valley less than a mile from the pretty village of Guenin, which has a bakers, general store, butchers, Post Office and lively Celtic bar. It is only 5 minutes drive from Baud where there is a good selection of restaurants, and shops and a weekly market.
The property is within easy reach of the Gulf of Morbihan, the historic cities of Josselin, Auray and Vannes, 5 excellent golf courses, numerous walks and cycle paths, and popular fishing rivers.
The house has been tastefully modernised and furnished to offer comfort and privacy whilst keeping its character. It has a fully equipped kitchen, including dishwasher, microwave and washing machine. The attractive living/dining room has a wood burning fire, exposed granite walls and two french doors onto the terrace.
Leinprat can sleep up to 12 people in comfort in 5 bedrooms. There is a large family bedroom on the top floor, 2 double bedrooms and 2 twin bedrooms on the middle floor. It has a downstairs shower room and a separate wc, a family bathroom with wc on the middle floor, an en suite shower room with wc in the attic. The house has a south facing terrace with barbecue and a table for 12.
The garden is very private with mature trees. There is a large terrace for outdoor meals and barbecues, and a fenced pool area with a sunbathing patio with loungers.
The pool is 8 x 4m with a deep end and Roman steps into the shallow end.
Kitchen with large oven and 5 burner hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge-freezer.
Large living room with logburner stove, English tv and dvd library.
Family room, 2 double and 3 twin bedrooms
Main bathroom with shower over bath, toilet, basin and bidet,
2 further shower rooms
Central heating and woodburner
Tv, dvd, English satellite tv
Half acre garden laid mainly to lawn. Large terrace with Barbecue and seating for 12. Private heated pool with terrace area.
Off road parking for 3 vehicles
Private heated pool
The Blavet river is delightful for cycling walking and fishing, Canoes and Pedaloes for hire at St Nicholas des Eaux a delightful village with Bars and restaurants on the banks of the river. There are 5 Golf courses within an hours drive. At Camors there is a challenging Forest trail, with courses for all ages and fitness. Paint balling is also available. There is a Go Carting track at Plumeliau. The Southern coast of Brittany benefits from delightful beeches some great for families others popular with surfers. The Golf de Morbihan has numerous islands and is popular for sailing and boat trips.
Lorient - Celts from all around the world descend on Lorient For the Interceltic Festival. Quimper - held over nine days at the end of July and features a huge gathering of Celtic artists, musicians and dancers. Dinan - medieval days come to life during Dinan's spectacular Fête des Remparts held over four days in late July. This is probably the largest celebration of medieval culture in Europe, with exhibitions of jousting, drama, dance, music and ancient crafts. Concarneau - is France's largest fishing harbour, and the town's Fête des Filets Bleus. Is a traditional Breton festival celebrating the fishing, culture and music of the region. Saint Brieuc - held in late may, the Art Rock Festival in Saint-Brieuc combines modern music with performance art. St Malo - La route du Rock Festival has two shows a year, one in summer and the other in winter. Lasting for three days. Vannes - each year Vannes has a six day Jazz festival
Walled city of Vannes, Josselin with magnificent Chateau, Pot St Goustan and Auray, Carnac a pretty seaside town with its famous megaliths and Port Luoise with its Napoleonic Fort
Sunday- Carnac Monday -Auray Wednesday and Saturday-Vannes
Guenin has 2 bars and a Bakery. Previous guests have found both Bars welcoming, one is a traditional French bar the other a more lively Celtic bar. There is park area where Boules and crazy golf can be played also has trout fishing lake passes available at the Bar Five minutes drive away is the town of Baud which has a beautiful Church, a Saturday morning market, 3 Supermarkets, numerous Bars and Restaurants Le Cheval Blanc, an Auberge has been popular with guests. There are several Creperies, a Vietnamese and two Pizzerias.
Leinprat is a pleasant house in lovely location just a couple of hours drive from Roscoff ferry port. Convenient for local supermarkets and restaurants and ideal for visiting south Brittany. We were an extended family group of 3 generations consisting of 6 adults and 5 children. The facilities, condition and comfort were adequate. Plenty of books and DVDs for all ages are provided.
The pool was cleaned and checked twice a week and thoroughly enjoyed by all the family. The patio furniture was plentiful.
We have no complaints and all enjoyed our stay at Leinprat.
Thanks for the review Barry. Lovely to meet you and your family. Glad you enjoyed yourselves.
We have just returned from Leinprat for our 3rd year running!
Once again cannot fault anything about the place or its surroundings. It is absolutely delightful, so peaceful and relaxing. The pool was a Godsend!.... As the weather was 'scorching' hot. 😎 Our Grandson loves it and calls it his House in France 😃 Thank you so much once again for a wonderful holiday 😃😎⛱🍦☀️
Thanks Roy for the review it was great to see you and your family again. We are glad you enjoyed your holiday
we first visited this cottage in July 2014 for our holiday and was absolutely thrilled with the accommodation, setting, local amenities so much so that we came back off holiday and rebooked for July this year, and have had a wonderful time yet again and have already booked up again for next year. Can't recommend it highly enough!!!
Thank you for the review. It was good to see you again and we look forward to seeing you next year.
A very nice, comfy house, great for a larger party. Lovely pool and very clean. Great location for exploring traditional, rural France. I would recommend the property to friends and family. Local canoeing was great fun, trips to the coast and cycling in the lanes were all good.