Cottage to let in Guemene sur Scorff

Guemene-sur-Scorff (18km from Pontivy), Morbihan, Brittany Reference: BM004961 Advertiser since: 5 September 2016
Property Board Arrival Bedrooms Sleeps Bathrooms
La Maison en Pierre Self Catering Monday 1 2 1

About this property

Quaint 300 Year Old Cottage with Lots of Character. This cottage/gite is in a town setting.

A charming 300-year-old (circa 1700) stone cottage in the historic town of Guemene sur Scorff. a ‘petite cité de caractère’ situated at the top of the main square in the pretty town centre.

Guemene sur Scorff is a historic town with an array of interesting architectural buildings. Walk to the Museum, 'The Queens Bath' worth a visit. Remnants of the Chateau de Rohan can also be visited.

Seafood market visits twice a week and a weekly market selling, fruits, cheese, vegetables and poultry.

Walk down Rue de la Fontaine to see the fountain and memorial.

An ideal place to relax and unwind, close to a selection of bars, restaurants and shops - including banks, boulangeries and pharmacy

Stone walls and exposed beams. Original Breton stone fireplaces which adds a special grandeur to the lounge and bedroom - features a woodburner in the lounge. Wood provided for the colder months.
Loads of charm and character with interesting stone carvings and features.

One/two bedrooms - sleeps 2/3, fully furnished, including towels, tea towels and bedding.    
Service charge included. Adults only.

Flexible arrival days with a 2-night minimum stay.

Strictly no smoking and no pets please



Kitchen and dining

Small kitchen, fully equipped with all the essentials:

4 ring gas hob (and bottled gas),

combination microwave oven,

Full size fridge-freezer.

Washing machine in cupboard in lounge.

Iron and ironing board, clothes airer

Stairs up to bedroom

Living rooms

Open plan lounge with stone steps up to kitchen area

Dining table and 4 chairs

Antique sideboard

2 seater sofa, coffee table

French TV/DVD

Hi-Fi player/CD player

Stone fire place with features and wood burner (wood supplied for the colder months)

Wooden beams


Double bed, bedside cabinets with lights

Double wardrobe and coat hangers


Electric blanket

Storage cupboard

Original Breton Stone fireplace (not in use)

Wooden beams

Open tread stairs up to loft room with fold out single bed and bedding. Bedside cabinet and bedside lamp.


Shower enclosure, wc and washbasin

Heated towel rail


Electric wall mounted heaters in lounge and main bedroom, individually controlled.

Woodburner in lounge (wood supplied)

Electric convector heater in loft room.


Tv/dvd player (French tv only) with selection of dvds/cds


Selection of books

Garden and outside

Enclosed small back yard with enough space for garden table and chairs (provided).

Parking and garages

Public parking at front or to the side of the property. There are also parking spaces behind the Credit Agricole Bank.

Visitor suitability

Not suitable for disabled guests or guests with restricted mobility due to stairs in the property and quite a steep hill coming back from the town.

Information about any additional facilities

We offer a "meet and greet" service.

Can arrange a 'welcome' grocery pack if requested at the time of booking.

Available throughout visitor stay if required, within reasonable hours.

Leaflets and local information provided.

No Wi-Fi in the property but local restaurants, bars and the nearby library offer access, usually for free.

Supermarket/fuel (Intermarche) less than 5 minutes away by car or 10 minutes walking.


  • Cleaning

  • No smoking

  • Linen


Antiques/Brocante Market

Name of nearest antiques/brocante market: Guemene sur Scorff , just up from the cottage in the opposite side of road.
Distance: 0.1 km

The Owner Recommends

Pont Aven(67 kms)

Picturesque mill town. Plenty of good places to eat. Lovely walks and places for picnic.

Lots of art to see - famous for Paul Gauguin's association with this lovely town.

Colourful summer festival.

Lorient (51kms) Inter-Celtic Festival 4 - 13 August 2017

The town of Lorient plays host to this spectacular annual showcase of the Celtic arts where performers from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Asturias, Galicia, the Isle of Man and Brittany turn up to display a rare show. Every year there are over 3,00,000 spectators who enjoy the showcase of Celtic arts ranging from traditional work, classical, folk, rock and jazz musicians, singers, dancers, painters, sculptors, writers, filmmakers and lecturers.

Prepare for breath-holding musical performances, as this is the place where the International Pipe Band Championships, and the National Breton Bagpipe championships take place. In this event, prominent professors give lectures about Celtic culture and you can find more formal courses of study and research. Visitors may even feel a tad Scottish, since in addition to music, the food, and traditional dances are reminiscent of the Scottish Ceilidh.

Lac de Guerledan (33kms)and Mur De Bretagne (25kms)

Brittany's largest artificial lake with artificial beach and water sports. Take a picnic!

Brittany’s largest lake. Not only is this the perfect place for sunning yourself or messing about on the water but the area also offers extensive trails for walking and cycling. The Quénécan forest and Abbaye de Bon Repos are not to be missed.

Fougeres (180kms)

Quite a distance (180 kms) but worth the trip. Medieval town with the largest castle in Europe. Excellent place but lots of walking. Take a picnic!

Pontivy (20kms)

Market town on River Blavet. Pretty walks with Tourist Information office on a boat on the River Blavet. Bike hire.

Good for shopping - good selection of shops and restaurants.

Chateau (was closed in 2016 for rebuilding) but nice to walk around the outside.

Lamor Plage, near Lorient (55kms)

Selection of lovely sandy beaches and harbours. Choice of restaurants and bars.
Coastal walks.
The area has 4 beautiful beaches, extended on 3 km of fine sand. Each one has its particularity: small, large, quiet, alive ...

Guemene sur scorff

Guémené-sur-Scorff has successfully preserved its vast architectural heritage.
Guémené-sur-Scorff, known for its traditional ‘andouille’ sausage, bears witness to life at the time of the princes of the house of Rohan-Guémené.

Half-timbered houses, fountains, wash-houses, remains of the château and ramparts, the guardroom and ‘porterie’, or former entrance to the château…

Outside the town, the Scorff valley is well worth a visit: otters, salmon and trout share the same fresh waters.

Not far away, visit Le Faouët and its magnificent 16th century market place and ‘halles’ (covered market), …

Nearby, the river Ellé valley with its ever changing moods will enchant you, as it varies between calm and tranquil river and raging torrent!