This location has multiple holiday properties
|Le Gohic - Four||Self Catering||Flexible||3||5||1||Cot or zed-bed available free of charge|
Le Four means 'The Oven'. It is the first house as you enter the hamlet and directly outside is the traditional Breton bread oven where the baking was done for the whole hamlet in times past. The cottage is very comfortably laid out.
Wi-fi internet access is available in the hamlet.
The living area measured according to French regulations is 115 sq m.
The dining area seats 6 comfortably and the recently fitted kitchen comes fully equipped with gas cooker, fridge-freezer, microwave, dishwasher, coffee-maker and toaster.
There is an open plan sitting room with comfortable seating around the granite fireplace with wood burning stove. There is English or French satellite tv, a dvd player and a stereo cd/radio/cassette player that you can connect to your music storage. A large selection of dvds is available to borrow from the library in the hamlet's gamesroom.
Upstairs there is one double bedroom one single bedroom and one twin bedroom. The single bedroom also has access by a stable door to the rear patio. A zed-bed can be erected to accommodate an additional child.
High quality bed linen, pillows, duvets and towels are provided free of charge.
Upstairs there is a bathroom with bath and shower attachment, wc, basin and heated towel rail. Downstairs there is a cloakroom with wc and wash-basin.
Electric central heating is installed throughout. The wood burning stove in the lounge is a delightful way to keep warm in the evenings during the cooler months.
The shared facilities of the hamlet include a games room with a pool table, bar football table and various games.
Upstairs is a cinema room with a 55inch screen where guests can watch a film or view their holiday photos and films for example. There is a well equipped dvd library.
The cottage has a private patio and barbeque area. The shared facilities include a boules/petanque pitch, a shared patio viewpoint, and a well equipped childrens playground.
The large (50 square metre) heated pool is gated and fenced and 1.2m deep throughout.
There is a car park at the entrance to the hamlet, so the hamlet itself is free of cars except for loading and unloading.
Lucile (French nationality) and husband Barry (British) have been living in Brittany for 7 years in our own hamlet of 6 XVII Century cottages 4 of which are equiped for luxury holidays. The hamlet is in a stunningly beautiful location in the River Blavet valley. Each cottage sleeps 5 or 6 people. The beaches of the South Brittany coast are within easy access. We love walking, cycling, sailing and socialising. <br/>We have a very friendly dog who loves children.
|Year property purchased||2011|
|Why this location?||We had very many family holidays on the south coast of Brittany near Carnac with our children, and never discovered the stunning beauty of the countryside just a few miles inland. The River Blavet is so unspoilt, and full of beauty and surprises as soon as you start walking or cycling along it. The local villages have so much character, and we have found the Breton people to be very friendly and welcoming.|
|Unique benefits of property||Le Gohic is one of the prettiest hamlets in Brittany. Our arriving guests tell us that the pictures never do it justice, and our departing guests tell us they wish they had booked another week, and they'd like to take our dog back home with them!
The 50 square metre heated swimming pool is always a popular feature.
Parents can relax in the knowledge that their children are safe playing in the grounds.
The cottages are maintained and equipped to a high standard.
To summarise - Location and Relaxation!
Poul Fetan is a hamlet similar in many ways to Le Gohic, which has been restored as a working village museum. It is one of the top tourist attractions in the region, and is just the other side of Quistinic village, a beautiful 15 minute drive away.
Crepes are a local Breton speciality, and one of the best creperies in the region is a short walk down the lane from Le Gohic. On the walk down you can enjoy the stunning views, and an the walk back up you can work off some of the calories!