|Le Manoir de Mouflon||Self Catering||Sunday||5||15||3||Includes a sofabed in the lounge.|
Set in 2 acres of private grounds and situated in the beautiful Blavet Valley in Southern Brittany Le Manoir de Mouflon is an impressive 15th Century Manor House.
An impressive stone Manor house, spacious with large windows giving you light and airy rooms. There are many original features including oak beams, fireplaces and wooden floors.
There is a separate lounge with plenty of comfortable sofas, a tv with english freeview, dvd and video and a selection of books and games for you to use. One of the sofas converts to a sofabed.
There are 5 bedrooms plus a sofa bed in the lounge. On the first floor there are 4 bedrooms and a shower and toilet. The larger room has a double and single bed, there are 2 twin bedded rooms and a double room. All bedrooms have their own wash basin
There are 3 bathrooms. On the ground floor is a large bathroom with a bath, overhead shower and bidet. On the second floor is a shower room with toilet and the top floor has an ensuite shower and toilet. All the other bedrooms have a washbasin
Heated swimming pool (10m x5m) with roman steps, loungers and fenced with a self closing gate. Plenty of space for ball games. Sand pit, table tennis and barbecues. Trampolines, Barn that has been used for parties and weddings
Ideal for family groups including children of all ages.
Live in uk
|Year property purchased||1998|
|Why this location?||Quiet rural location|
|Unique benefits of property||Spacious in beautiful location|
Plenty of places to visit
Carnac and Trinite sur Mer will take about 40 minutes to drive. Trinite is a famous sailing venue with hundreds of yachts moored there, it has an attractive Marina, shops and restaurants. Carnac is a large, very popular beach resort also famous for its standing stones. There is a particularly good beach on the road between Trinite and Carnac. It’s a lively resort with plenty of café’s, bars and souvenir shops.
Concarneau is the third largest fishing port in France and has an attractive medieval old town and large granite ramparts. The quaint old streets are full of interesting souvenir shops (and tourists!) there is a fishing museum (Musee de la Peche)and you can walk on the ramparts. Worth a visit.
Guidel Plage is a sandy beach, safe for children to paddle in the estuary, it has a childrens play park, public toilets, a few café’s and shops. To get there take the main road to Lorient, as you approach Lorient continue in the direction of Quimper. Take the turning to Guidel, go to the town centre and then take the road to Guidel Plage
Port Louis is about 30 minutes drive and has a town beach with easy parking. It’s a port with impressive ramparts, a large military museum and a traditional town centre full of character. 10 minutes further along the coast is Gavres with miles of unspoilt sandy beach, no facilities but no crowds either.
Quiberon is a favourite beach resort, typically French. There is a large sandy beach, plenty of beachside restaurants and bars, a children’s play park, mini golf and shops. One side of the peninsular is called the savage coast and is very rocky with dramatic scenery the other coastline is gentler with small coves and harbours. The peninsula narrows to barely more than a roads width at one point. It’s about an hours drive.
St Nicholas des Eaux, a wonderfully picturesque village on the river Blavet, less than 5 minutes drive away. As well as visiting its restaurants and bars you can hire kayaks, go on a river cruise or cycle along the tow path.
Vannes is a large medieval town and port with narrow cobbled streets, castle walls and gardens and lots of good restaurants and shops. There are large markets on Saturday and Wednesday mornings. There is a large car park alongside the waterfront in the centre of the town. Just opposite is the restaurant ‘Atlantique’ which specialises in fresh seafood.