|Le Manoir de Treblavet||Self Catering||Saturday||5||10||2||2 cots|
Luxuriously restored pre revolution Breton Manor beside the River Blavet with private heated pool
* Breton Farm Manoir built 1769
* Sympathetically restored, retaining carved granite fireplaces, beams and stonework + woodburner.
* Spacious accommodation throughout for 10 people plus 2 cots
* 5 bedrooms (2 doubles, 3 twins), 2 bathrooms
* Superbly equipped farmhouse kitchen (d/washer, w/machine, m/wave)
* UK tv, dvd, vcr and cd player
* Free wi-fi
* Bikes, linen, towels, cots and highchairs provided, a charge is made for linen and towels.
* Fenced heated pool (5m x 10m) in large childproof garden, with terrace area, outside dining area and bbq
* Located beside the River Blavet, with easy walking/cycle tracks to local villages including St Nicolas des Eaux
* Close to the pretty typically French village of St Barthelemy, with bakery, small supermarket, bars and restaurants
* 5 minutes drive from Baud, with excellent supermarkets, bars, restaurants, weekly market
* The property is within easy reach of the Gulf of Morbihan with a multitude of beaches and sailing, the historic cities of Josselin, Auray and Vannes, 5 excellent golf courses, numerous walks and cycle paths, and popular fishing rivers.
* Cycling, boating, golf courses, fishing, horse riding nearby
The farmhouse style kitchen/diner with exposed granite walls boasts a new fitted kitchen with built in large fridge and separate freezer, fitted cooker, washing machine, dishwasher and microwave. Le Manoir is exceptionally well equipped with crockery and cooking equipment. A large wooden table, comfortably sits 10 adults. A large door leads from the kitchen to a rear garden laid to lawn with a wild flower bank, as well as a clothes-drying area. Above the kitchen is a small mezzanine sitting area with 2 armchairs and settee with views to the river.
The spacious sitting room, recently refurbished (awaiting photo) has exposed granite walls, large carved granite fireplace with wood burning stove and original carved oak beams. Plenty 3 large leather sofas and several chairs, with tv, video and cd player, iPod dock. Books and games are also provided. Free wi-fi. The windows and doors open onto the garden.
Bedroom 1(Top floor)
Large room with double bed, bedside tables, chests of drawers and dressing table with mirror, and chair. One large velux window looking towards the river. Cot
Bedroom 2 (Top floor)
Large twin room with 2 single beds, bedside tables, chests of drawers and dressing table with mirror and chair. One large velux window looking towards the river.
Bedroom 3 (1st floor)
Large twin room with 2 single beds, bedside tables, chests of drawers. Chair. Carved granite fireplace. Window looking over the garden and pool.
Bedroom 4 (1st floor)
Twin room with 2 single beds, chest of drawers and dressing table. Window looking over the garden and pool.
Bedroom 5 (1st floor)
Large room with double bed, bedside tables, chests of drawers and dressing table, chair. Window looking over the garden and pool.
Two large bathrooms on the 1st floor (with bath and shower over) and 2nd floor (separate shower and bath.)
Ground - large woodburner (wood supplied)
1st & 2nd floors individually controlled radiators
Large garden, fully enclosed, mainly laid to lawn, surrounding the house
One main patio area outside the house with dining tables and sun umbrellas
Large heated private pool - cleaned twice a week with patio, sunloungers - securely fenced
Parking area for 4/5 vehicles
An additional charge of £50 is payable to contribute towards a full clean before and after your stay, towels and 2 pool cleans per week during your stay.
The surrounding area has many beautiful places to visit, from the medieval walled towns of Hennebont, Vannes and Josselin, to the ancient port town of Auray – St Goustan. The superb variety of beaches from Quiberon to Carnac and the Gulf of Morbihan, with its hundreds of islands, are all within 30 to 45 minutes reach. Some ideal for sailing/surfing others for sandcastles and swimming. Our favourite is Carnac - very child friendly and with many great restaurants. Both car and passenger ferries offer trips to various islands, and around the Gulf. Prehistoric sites are numerous in the area, including the standing stones at Carnac (the most important in Europe) and the forest Foret de Huelgoat, that once stretched the length of prehistoric Brittany. Lots of activities and places to visit for the children. Poul Fetan is a most - a historic Breton village recreated. Don't miss the Breton games!! Many local markets.
'Activities' The Blavet river is delightful for cycling walking and fishing - and it is right on your doorstep. 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 & excellent Tree Top trek climbing, 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 beaches some great for families others popular with surfers. The Golf de Morbihan has numerous islands and is popular for sailing and boat trips.
We had a great time at Le Manoir de Treblavet. The house was very spacious with 5 big bedrooms and a lovely large cool lounge. We all enjoyed the pool which was warm and inviting. The pool was cleaned on the Wednesday. The weather was hot and sunny after a stormy start on the Sunday. Lots to see around the area: St Barthélemy was tiny but had a lovely bakery and a small grocery shop. We visited st Nicholas des Eaux which was very pretty and only a 15 minute drive away: we had delicious Crepes in a creperies called Le Chalet. Baud and Pontivy are nice to mooch around, working towns but some pretty parts. We spent a day at Carnac Plage on the beach and then had a trip into La Trinite sur Mer, which is a gorgeous little harbour. It took about an hour to get to Carnac. We enjoyed lots of games of table tennis in the games Barn and we played boules on the lawn. There was a slight smell of septic tank but it was very hot that week and all houses in rural France have one. We thoroughly enjoyed our week!
THE LE MANOIR DE TREBLAVET IS A LOVELY MANOR HOUSE SET IN IS OWN GROUND
IN A LITTLE HAMLET WITH THREE OTHER PROPERTIES NEAR BY, JUST A SHORT WALK
TO THE RIVER BLAVET WHERE YOU CAN WALK, FISH, CYCLE. AND THE LOCK KEEPERS
WIFE AS SET UP A SMALL CAFE WHICH IS JUST PERFECT TO SIT AND WATCH THE WORLD
GO BY. THE LE MANOIR IT SELF WAS IDEAL FOR OUR FAMILY MY HUSBAND AND I ,OUR
TWO SONS THERE PARTNERS AND FOUR GRANDCHILDREN TEN IN TOTAL. OUR THREE
GRANDSONS NEVER WANTED TO LEAVE THE HOUSE ALL THEY WANTED TO DO IS PLAY
IN THE POOL, OR FOOTBALL ON THE FRONT LAWN , TABLE TENNIS IN THE BARN, AND EVEN THE GROWN UPS LOVED PLAYING HIDE AND SEEK. ALL THE NEIGHBOURS WERE
VERY FRIENDLY EVEN BRING THERE LOCALLY MADE APPLE CIDER FOR A TASTE.
AND WHEN MY HUSBAND AND I WERE ON OUR OWN IN THE HOUSE THE SILENCE WAS GOLDEN. WOULD RECOMMEND TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY