This 17th century Breton farmhouse has been sympathetically renovated retaining it's original character by exposing the beams, stone walls and huge fireplaces and provides high quality self catering holiday accommodation.
The interior is spacious, pretty and light and is comfortably furnished with many antiques. There is a large formal sitting room with beamed ceiling, large open fire, 3 sofas and antique furniture, glass partition doors leading to galleried dining room; a second sitting room (suitable as a family room/children’s room) with 2 sofas, refectory table and chairs, and large open fire.
The recently renovated fitted kitchen is very well equipped for self catering. All 4 rooms downstairs have doors leading outside. There is a staircase off of the dining room to 1st floor and 5 carpeted bedrooms.The house sleeps 10 in 2 double-bedded rooms and three twin rooms, and has 2 shower rooms on the first floor and a wc on the ground floor.
The farmhouse is covered in wisteria, honeysuckle, roses and clematis and to the back there is an orchard, 2 cider barns and lightly wooded grounds of 4 acres. There is a gravelled area to the front of the house and an enclosed lawned garden around the heated pool 8 x 4 x 1.2m depth.
This beautiful self catering holiday house will suit families at one with nature and those that enjoy beautiful secluded country surroundings.
The kitchen is well equipped and has table and chairs.
The separate dining room has seating for 10
There are 2 lounges.
One has an open fire place and comfortable settees.
The other has a log stove, tv comfortable settees.
There are 5 bedrooms on the first floor, 2 with double beds and 3 with twin bedrooms.
On the first floor has 2 shower rooms with wcs.
On the ground floor is a cloakroom.
There are two fireplaces and oil central heating
There is tv, dvd and books
The house is at the end of a lane, surrounded by trees and woodland,.
The heated pool is set in a lawned garden
There is private off road parking
Suitable for all ages.
Unfortunately there are no ground floor bedrooms so not suitable for those with impaired mobility
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|Year property purchased||2014|
|Why this location?||Beautiful location|
The village of Bubry is an easy walk for fresh bread and croissants and local shopping.The varied coast with sandy beaches at Kerhilio and rocky coves on the Quiberon peninsular are 30 - 45 minutes driveThe Blavet river has canoeing and fishing and the towpath is excellent for cycle rides.(Bikes can be hired in Pontivy) . The restored Breton village of Poul Fetan close by is fun for all the family .The historic towns of Vannes, josselin, Auray, Pontivy are well worth a visitThe lovely walled town of Vannes is a must on any visit to Morbihan. Take a walk around the narrow, cobbled streets, through the medieval gates, before settling down for lunch at a café alongside the attractive marina. If you’re with the kids, head down to the Parc du Golfe for a look around the aquarium and Jardin aux Papillons (butterfly garden). Once one of the busiest ports in Brittany, picture-perfect St-Goustan is now one of the most popular sites in Morbihan. Enjoy lunch in a waterside restaurant while admiring the half-timbered houses before joining a boat trip around the gulf or crossing the stone bridge to explore Auray.West of Mûr-de-Bretagne is the Lac de Guerlédan, 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.