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Sleeps 2 + baby
Chez Moseby is a one bedroom cottage set in extensive grounds and opposite the owners own property in the tiny hamlet of Kerjeffredic in the heart of rural Brittany and near to the medieval chateau town of Josselin.
Inside the cottage on the ground floor is an open plan kitchen/diner/living area. There is also a fully tiled bathroom with large shower cubicle and toilet.
A washing machine is located in the outhouse next door to the cottage.
TV with English channels and Wi-Fi access
For winter lets there is a log burner and wood is provided.
Upstairs is a large bedroom with a double bed. A cot is available.
Linen and towels are provided.
Outside is a terraced area with table and chairs for al fresco dining or just relaxing in the peace and quiet. A barbecue is provided.
The beautifully landscaped grounds with wooded areas are perfect for exploring.
Dogs are most welcome.
We can arrange vet appointment for travellers returning to the UK to comply with travel regulations for dogs.
The Local area
A short drive from Chez Moseby is Josselin, a French 'petite cite de caractere' situated on the banks of the Nantes-Brest canal. It has a stunning chateau and is also home to the Puppet Museum. There are numerous restaurants. This bustling town has all you need for shopping and a very popular Saturday market. There are boulangeries, banks and pharmacies as well as two large supermarkets just on the outskirts of the town.
Malestroit is another charming Breton town on the banks of the Nantes-Brest canal. About 15 min drive from Chez Moseby.. Another popular market town in the area, this time held on Thursdays.
Close to Malestroit is St Marcel where you can visit the Musee de la Resistance. A fascinating insight into WW2 history and the involvement of the French in helping their allies.
Rochefort en Terre - a must on your list of pretty towns to visit. Numerous eating places and shops abound in this Breton town.
Approximately 1 hours drive away the south coast has many lovely beaches, including Damgan, Carnac and La Trinite sur Mer. These all have numerous restaurants .
Within easy reach of Chez Moseby is the walled medieval city of Vannes. Well worth a visit to see the many historic buildings or just a bit of retail therapy in the elegant shops!
The kitchen is well equipped with modern appliances, including a cooker and hob, dishwasher, fridge and microwave.
The cosy living area is comfortably furnished. There is a flat screen tv which receives English channels and has an integral dvd player.
Good sized bedroom with 1 double bed, hanging space and drawer space. Cot available.
Modern fully tiled bathroom with large shower cubicle and toilet.
Woodburner. Logs provided.
The extensive garden is beautifully landscaped. There is plenty of room to explore, included several wooded areas.
The parking area is next to the cottage.
Not suitable for guests with impaired mobility. Not suitable for wheelchair access.
There is a comfortable decked terrace for al fresco dining or just relaxing. A barbecue is available.
These are too numerous to mention individually. However, there are beaches to suit everyone. From wide sandy expanses at the chic resort of La Trinité sur Mer to the beach at Damgan, with its numerous rock pools. As always there are many eating places to partake of "moules frites"!
This is a magnificent park only 10 minutes drive from Chez Moseby. There are unusual sculptures dotted around the spacious grounds. There is also a chateau which houses art exhibitions from time to time. The cafe serves food and drink. Opening times of this can be limited. A paradise for walkers both dogs and humans, with a lake and wooded areas.
This is a lively Saturday morning market selling local produce - always busy! The medieval town of Josselin has a superb chateau and of course many places to eat and drink. Each summer a medieval festival takes place.
Nearby is the charming town of La Gacilly. During the summer months an outdoor photographic exhibition is held. Boat trips on the canal are available. The Yves Rocher factory, shop and Spa are situated here. Also a vegetarian restaurant - very unusual in France!
This fascinating museum is at St Marcel (near Malestroit). It chronicles the vital role played by the people of Brittany at the time of the German Occupation during the second World War.
Zoo - Pont Scorff For the younger members of the family the nearby zoo (about 1 hour away) at Pont Scorff is sure to entertain
The Prehistoric Park at Malansac, about 40 minutes away, is another great day out for the youngsters. There are 30 scenes of reconstruction of the dinosaur age. The park is based on models and information from the Natural History Museum in Paris.
Approximately 1 hours drive away is the stunning medieval city of Rennes, capital of Brittany. There are numerous outdoor cafés and restaurants in the picturesque squares. If you want some retail therapy this is the place for you!
Brittany is easily accessible from the UK via several ferry ports and is also served by flights from the UK to 4 French airports. From spectacular beaches with rugged coastlines to vast sandy expanses, to peaceful woods and forests and the famous Nantes-Brest Canal, Brittany has all the makings of a perfect holiday. The cuisine in the area includes crepes and galettes and of course the seafood! Mussels and oysters are available throughout the region, particularly in the summer months. Cider is produced here and there are opportunities to visit the many cider farms, including tastings! During the summer numerous villages and town celebrate the "Pardon" which is predominantly a religious thanksgiving but is always followed by a celebratory meal (with a drink or 2!) and Breton dancing.
Approximately 40 minutes from the property is Vannes. A fortified city, Vannes dates from Roman times. Guided walking tours of the city are available. If you prefer something a little less energetic why not just relax in one of the many harbourside restaurants and enjoy the wonderful seafood for which this area is famous!