|The Stables Cottage||Self Catering||Flexible||4||8||2||Cots, extra mattresses|
Cottage, built 150 years back, large gardens, completely rebuilt in 2015 with new sanitation unit. Modern but olde world at the same time. Beamed lounge and hard wood floors, with original internal stonework. Well insulated for lets either side of the summer with log burner and electric blower heating to main bathroom.
Cottage is situated between 2 forests.
Oak lounge table seats 8 with ease and there is comfortable lounge seating for 8 adults.
Well equiped kitchen with most modern essentials.
Separate kitchen utility room with washing machine and a further loo.
52 inch smart telly with internet connection and external sat dish (all UK radio and telly channels)
Full wi-fi, obtainable throughout the house, working in the garden close to house.
Long country walks direct from the house.
The cottage is central to many Neolithic sites most within walking distance.
Large gas bbq with out doors bench table with large sun shade and another iron table, the main patio area catches full sun after 11.00am and all afternoon and evening to sunset. Six lounge chairs and 3 easy canvas chairs.
Between 25 and 40 mins to many beaches.
20 mins to the old Port of Auray, which has many good Breton and seafood restaurants.
Good collection of indoor board games, about 200 books, and external badminton net with 6 rackets and some shuttlecocks. Big open flat grassed garden (about 2 acres) for ball games.
Open plan lounge dining room, with kitchen off.
Two patio doors to rear and front gardens
Large smart internet connected tv.
Master bedroom with double bed, and en suite bath with shower connection and wash basin. Bedside lights. Four Velux windows.
Smaller double bedroom adjacient to shower room.
Two single bed room, with bedside lamps. Large velux over looking front garden.
Downstairs double bedroom with shower cubical and wash hand basin. (Downstairs loo close by)
Upstairs shower room with wash hand basin and toilet.
En suite bath/shower/hand basin to master bedroom.
Shower cubical to downstairs double bedroom
Downstairs loo with wash hand basin.
Electric blown heater in upstairs shower room.
Electric fan heater in master bed room for ensuite.
Logburner in Lounge
Electric radiator in lounge (September 2017)
Badminton net in main garden.
Mead telescope with english instructions (the clever of you can use your laptop to program)
Professional metal detector with directional earth prob...has proved very popular last summer.
Various boardgames, chess, Backgammon etc. Card packs.
About 200 books, mainly in English, some in french for adults and kids.
About 500 movies on an E Stor box wired into the internet smart telly.
About 2.80 acres, maily flat gardens, split level with gently sloping gravel walkways.
Folks with disability restrictions can use the downstairs bedroom and have reasonable level access to all parts of the downstairs and most of the gardens.
Note: The house is not designed for disabled people but is good for restricted movement.
About a 100 metre driveway (private) The entre road is a quite rural road.
The gardens are not fully fenced in due to their size but do have boundarys with high groth making it difficult for any young escapees. To the north side of the garden is open flat fields.
There is a small herb garden, mainly rosemary, corriander and mint for teas and cooking. Also we grow red and white potatoes so you can dig your own for your consumption when here. Any other vegetables subject to permission and growth.
Off road parking for many vehicles, camper vans, boats, caravans with good access and no height restrictions. Hangar if available, height restriction of about 2,20 meters.
All ages, including older folk with restricted movement.
House has been used for out of main season breaks for couples. We have had scout /School groups use the house and site for larger parties, Please enquire.
Sorry, no hen or stag parties.
Small business conference, wedding parties, retirement parties, can erect marquees subject to arrangement.
I moved to southern Brittany 2001 from the Isle of Wight, England.<br/>Chose this area for its beautiful countryside, great beaches and a more contented natural way of life, after much travelling around the globe this is where I now live!
|Year property purchased||2014|
|Why this location?||See above! The tranquility, no hassel and relatively crime free. Clean air and very little air pollution. Great outdoors. Great beaches. Nice city of Vannes.|
|Unique benefits of property||Large gardens, Peaceful. In the country but not islolated. Close to Camors (small village with 3 restaurants, Bakers, great butchers) 5 mins to the large town of Baud with many restaurants, 3 big supermarkets. 5 mins to the Camors adventure forest park. 20 mins to Auray with its quaint old port. 35 mins to Carnac with it`s heritage standing stones and really good beaches. 30 mins to Guidel Plages which is a great family sandy beach. Many nice footpaths direct from the cottage. Plenty of room in the gardens for ball games, badminton, hide and seek!|
Go cycling or hiking along the tow path in either direction, to Pontivy to the north or Hennebont to the south, restaurants/ bars in either directions. It is popular with our clients to cycle to the river in the early evening to watch the fish jump or just chill for a while. 15 mins to cycle there...we have 3 moutain bikes here.
1.5 km away is Camors adventure park. High up in the pine forest is a walkway and absailing. 3 levels easy, medium (I still do the medium at 59 years old) and the extreme (which is what is says!)
Beautiful very large sandy beach, nestled amongst sand dunes. Great family beach, good for sea fishing too. Boat hire. And great ice creams.
Heritage site of Carnac, famous for it`s many thousands of standing stones (visable from space) And it`s really great beaches. 35 mins away in the car. Good restaurants and Italian ice creams!
Lovely rustic decorated cottage set within well tended grounds and within a few minutes walk of local amenities. We visited as a party of 7 adults with a toddler and a dog and found that the accommodation and location were perfect for our needs. Everything we could have needed was provided by the owner and much more besides. The owner was extremely helpful and friendly. I’d most definitely visit again but for a longer stay next time as 7 days wasn’t long enough to enjoy the lovely accommodation as well as explore this beautiful part of Brittany
We had a fabulous week at this property. The cottage was clean and beautifully restored and all required facilities accommodated for. The setting is wonderful, set in open countryside and yet just a few minutes walk to fetch croissants in the morning in Camors town and supermarkets in close by Baud.
The owner was very helpful in providing guidance on where to go and what to see but exploring this lovely area of France is just as much fun. This cottage in its location is an ideal place to be based.
Why didn't I give perfect 10's.......well nothing is perfect! Suffice to say that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this place to friends and family or anyone else.
Thank you from all my family and pets to the owner (and especially Julie)
A perfect getaway in a quiet location. A typical Breton cottage, nothing fancy but a cosy, comfortable place to stay.
The English owner was very helpful and often around to answer any questions about the area.
Although we were only a couple it would be a good property for a family as 4 bedrooms including one downstairs with a shower.
We enjoyed visiting some of the towns and the coast, plenty to see and do.
Thank you Alison for your review.
As per your comments we have added a widescreen smart TV, and a 1 terrabite card loaded with
600 movies. You can also link up your netflix if you have an account. Also added an Xbox 3 which links up to the TV and of course the cottages internet.
Really wanted to try and stay away from modern technology to give the children (and adults!) a break from the Iphone etc., and to encourage all to take in the local walks in nature as the cottage is situated between 2 forests.
We look forward to you and your young family to visit later this summer, you must check out the Camors adventure park and the gocarting 15 mins away. A bike ride along the tow path at the River Blavet is a must.
Our Mead telescope was very popular last year, as there is very little light pollution here...spectacular views of the Moon and other planets. Our Garrett and probe metal detector also kept all ages amused for hours...only one Roman coin found..alas bigger hopes for 2018!
And finally a very big thank you for your invaluable help and advice with the gardening! Hopefully all will benefit from what has been planted....