|Maison de Cerisier||Self Catering||Flexible||1||2||1|
A warm welcome awaits you at Maison de Cerisier a spacious and well presented detached Breton cottage with exposed beams, stonework and original fireplace.
Maison de Cerisier is set privately in the secluded gardens of our home and is in a rural tranquil area surrounded by quiet lanes and fields.
With the peace and quiet of the rolling countryside it is an idyllic place to begin a stress-free relaxing and enjoyable holiday. Our pretty cottage offers you spacious and comfortable accommodation of a high standard including an attractive private garden with country views.
Our charming village of Naizin is a 2 minute drive down quiet country lanes. Here you will find a mini supermarket, bakers, butchers, chemist and a post office as well as two cafe/bars and three restaurants. On the edge of the village is a leisure and fishing lake. Set in delightful surroundings the lake has a boules pitch, pedalos and a rope boat, crazy golf, and fitness course. There is also a cafe overlooking the water side with views of the park. An ideal place for a lunchtime picnic and a quite afternoon promenade.
An ideal location to discover this lovely region, well known for its famous Breton cuisine - crepes, galettes, seafood, cider and fine wines - to chateaux, historic sites, leisure attractions, festivals and events of the area. Browse through the many bustling markets or simply explore the delightful and peaceful countryside by cycling or walking leisurely along tracks and lanes around Naizin.
******* Take a peek into our guest book 2015 and 2016 *******
Elizabeth and Keith - A perfect place to stay for a week spent house hunting in Brittany. The owners are a lovely couple who had thought of everything, and made us feel most welcome. We got great advice from them to help us make our move over here. Definitely would stay again, the cottage is beautiful and we will keep in touch. Thank you so much
Paul and Angela - A hidden gem - wonderful stay
Pete and Jane - What a wonderful place - quiet and very peaceful. Excellent for cycling around country lanes. A very nice and well equipped gite.
Claire and Howard - We are sorry to leave this lovely place and hope to come back. Even more peaceful than the Peak District. We really loved the garden and the cycling in the quiet lanes to the La Grange de Ble to eat in the village.
Martin and Marlene - Lovely week quiet and peaceful. Thank you.
Anna and Mike - What a beautiful charming cottage. We've had a lovely week and lucky with the weather. Defiantly feel like our batteries have been charged. Thank you for a wonderful week.
Gary and Sue - Perfect accommodation, lovely relaxing stay. Thank you.
Ricky and Carole - This cottage and garden is a piece of heaven!! cosy clean and so relaxing. A wonderful holiday. Thank you.
Marian and Ian - A lovely 10 day rest in your adorable cottage and garden. Just perfect, so peaceful. A beautiful location with plenty to see. Thank you both.
Here at Maison de Cerisier it really is the perfect place for you to unwind, relax and enjoy the unhurried pace of rural France at its best.
Receive a 20% discount off Brittany Ferries crossings when you book Maison de Cerisier.
The bright modern kitchen with dining area is well equipped with a gas cooker, a fridge and microwave oven as well as a washing machine, iron, ironing board and an airer.
For your relaxation is a comfortable spacious lounge area with its original Breton fireplace. There is a tv (free Sky to view channels) and cd/dvd players. French doors lead out to a very pretty patio and bbq area. A wi-fi connection is available during your stay.
Upstairs is a spacious relaxing bedroom with a sumptuous king size bed and en suite shower room. We have provided you with plenty of storage, coat hangers and a hairdryer. All the bed linen is supplied as well as hand and bath towels and your bed will be made up ready for your arrival.
En suite shower room
For chilly evenings the cottage is fitted with wall mounted electric heaters.
Wi-fi connection is available during your stay.
We supply a wide selection of English books and magazines, board games and a dvd library. Also in the lounge is a folder packed with local information, places of interest, great days out, maps and directions to help you make the most of your holiday.
For your pleasure outdoors, there is an attractive patio and bbq area surrounded by trees and flowers leaving plenty of space for you to enjoy the lovely weather. Additional seating and sunloungers are available for those seeking cooler spots under the trees for natural shade from the sun. We also provide bicycles for you to enjoy our quiet local lanes in and around Maison de Cerisier and our village Naizin.
Private secure parking next to your cottage.
At Maison de Cerisier we welcome couples with a young baby. A baby bath, safety gate and travelcot are all available but please bring your own baby linen.
We take pleasure in providing for you a welcome basket on your arrival, a few essentials to get you started.
For the comfort and safety of all our guests we operate a no smoking policy and no pets.
For your additional safety the cottage is also fitted with a smoke detector.
Our start days are flexible.
A 30% non refundable deposit is required on booking.
A £75 returnable deposit is required with final payment.
Receive a 20% discount off Brittany Ferries crossings at the time of booking.
***NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR 2017 ***************please ask for details
An French/English speaking couple with artistic, nature loving attitude, convivial and accommodating. Over all a very relaxed and peaceful environment.
|Year property purchased||2017|
|Why this location?||360 degree panoramic views uninterrupted by buildings and clutter. Totally peaceful with an abundance of wildlife great walks. The sea is only half an hour away, with our local village being Naizin offers fantastic bread and local produce, if you need more Historical/Medieval Pontivy and the charming Locmine are only 15 minutes away. The grounds and garden are enclosed for total privacy and quiet.|
|Unique benefits of property||Serenity, tranquillity and general peace with local ammenities and the sea not far away. The stone walled cottage has oak beams and is well presented airy and welcoming. Private outside garden with table/chairs for guests exclusive use for morning breakfast or romantic evenings!|
The medieval town of Pontivy is a short 15 minute drive northwards. Pontivy also known as a Napoleonic town is steeped in history with an impressive chateau adjacent to the famous Nantes-Brest Canal. The long bustling high street has a wide range of shops catering for your everyday needs. These include a variety of supermarkets, cafes, bars, restaurants and many small individual shops to the large weekly market held on Mondays. Or just stroll down the charming quaint side streets to find half timbered buildings from times past, an ideal place to just wander and browse.
Auray is a small quaint town and fishing port of great tradition. Its coastal location and charm make it a very popular tourist attraction within the picturesue old harbour of Saint Goustan. With it's pretty and enchanting little streets down to the waters edge, you will find Art and Craft shops and several excellent restaurants.
A beautiful site - steeped in history is the majestic chateau Domaine de Kerguehennec dating from 1703. The large state parks are home to 29 inspiring and imposing sculptures discovered as you stroll around the impressive gardens, arboretum and ponds. The stately house interior is open to wander and browse amongst the ground floor rooms. Upstairs you will find temporary exhibitions of comtemporary art. The Kerguehennec estate is owned by the department of Morbilhan so entry is free, plenty of parking and a cafe for light refreshments. The lodge house at one of the two entry sites is full of information to make the most of your visit.
Concarneau is a busy fishing port, best known for its quaint stone fortifed little town in the harbour. The 'ville close' is filled with shops, restaurants and views from the ramparts.
Josselin is famous for its magnificent chateau on the banks of the Oust river overlooking the Oust valley.The impressive medieval castle with its three rounded towers date back 1000 years. It was once owned by the Duke of Brittany but has belonged to the House of Rohan for over 500 years. The charming village square is surrounded by arts and craft shops, cafes and restaurants. An ideal place to wander and browse, or take a stroll below the chateau walls down to the banks of the famous Nantes Brest canal.
A 30 minute drive to Mur de Bretagne, visit Lac de Guerledan for walking, water activities including canoeing, kayaks, pedalos and self drive motor boats. This famous and beautiful lake was created in 1923 by the installation of a hydro-electric dam dividing the Nantes/Brest canal. This year now late 2015 the lake is about to be refilled after the draining for maintenance earlier in May. For 2016 the Lac is back to normal displaying its beautiful landscape and hiding once more the farms, properties and locks submerged in 1930.
Le Golfe du Morbihan is a huge natural harbour and has some of the finest beaches in south Brittany and contains over 40 independent islands. There is so much to discover, an ideal way is to take one of the numerous boat trips on offer and experience close up the wildlife, beautiful bays and many of the islands of the Golfe. With many more fascinating places including Doelan, Locmariaquer, Etel, Lamor Plage, Montcontour, Jugon les Lacs, Golfe de Saint Malo, there's something for everyone and plenty to explore in this lovely region of Brittany.
A pretty village with fine restaurants and lovely riverside walks. An artists paradise that is best known for the post-impressionist painter Paul Gauguin.
Classified as one of France's prettiest villages, its a good example of an exceptional village setting with picturesque streets, 12th century church and chateau.
The standing stones of Carnac is one of the regions famous attractions. As is the 5 beautiful beaches at Carnac-Plage edged by majestic pine trees.
This walled town and harbour is the capital of Morbihan and is steeped in medieval history, blending well with modern shopping excellent restaurants and street cafes.
We recently visited 'The Cherries' and had a fabulous week. The property had everything you needed for a comfortable stay, in addition to this the location was brilliant. It is in the grounds of the owners house, but still maintained privacy and quiet. Lovely to sit out in the garden with a glass of wine and a meal or relax on the sun loungers. The owners were on hand if you wanted to ask any advice or need anything. The area itself is very much rural and very quiet, but, there are plenty of small picturesque villages not too far away. The Cherries is very much a place to relax and recharge the batteries.
This property was everything it said it would be, quiet, peaceful, clean and a great place to relax and enjoy France. The location was great for us, it was very relaxing but still near enough to go out for day trips. The owners were very helpful and there if needed. I would definitely recommend this property to others. A welcome pack on arrival was gratefully received - baguette, wine, tomatoes and a few extra bits to start our holiday off. Great holiday would definitely like to go back again.
Highly rated, great hosts ,great property and great central location for exploring Southern Brittany or just relax in the peace and quite of the countryside.
Local shop and fantastic bakers in the village.
For bigger food shops just pick up bits and pieces while out and about supermarkets everywhere'
Everything you need is catered for, and despite heing in the gardens of the owners you are totally secluded and you can enjoy the garden whilst eating outside on the sunny patio