|Neant Sur Yvel||Self Catering||Flexible||2||5||2||Cot|
A wonderful fully modernised village house in popular Brittany. This house has been luxuriously appointed and will provide a lovely base for exploring the many attractions to be seen in this fantastic part of France.
A modern recently oak fitted kitchen over looking the village with integrated appliances and full size oven and hob.
All kitchen utensils are provided along with ample glasses and crockery.
There is a breakfast bar for 2 facing into the kitchen.
A large luxuriously appointed living room with a fantastic open fire.
Two comfortable leather sofas one which features an opportunity to stretch your legs out.
There are two bedrooms, one on the first floor has a King size bed with wonderful access to the balcony via french doors. The second bedroom is located on the second floor and has a large comfortable double bed along with a single bed.
There are two bathrooms, both ensuite. The first floor bedroom has a luxury bathroom featuring a toilet, bath and sink. The second floor ensuite has a shower, toilet and sink.
There is a large open fire in the living room. Wood can be purchased from most large supermarkets and garages. Heaters are installed in all rooms and heated towel rails feature in both bathrooms.
There are two bars/restaurants in the village. Both offer excellent food and are open both at lunchtime and in the evenings. Further afield there is Ploermel with many varied restaurants and bars.
A lovely enclosed balcony with lighting and electricity source is a fantastic location for a relaxing drink or a family meal whilst looking out across the village with a clear view of the church and restaurant.
There is a large public open space within 1k with a beautiful lake. A good location for a relax with a picnic close to the property.
Parking is available in the church car park opposite the property.
The house is suitable for singles, couples and families. Disabled clients may struggle with the stairs as they are an original feature and quite steep.
Hello there. I am 47 years old and married with three children. I am lucky enough to have homes in both the Kent countryside and Brittany which I have enjoyed renovating and restoring over a number of years. I love off roading in my Landrover, camping and kayaking, in fact anything that keeps me connected with the great outdoors. Other than that, you can find me enjoying long country walks with my family and our dog which invariably end with us calling in at a local watering hole.
|Year property purchased||2011|
|Why this location?||My wife and I fell in love with Brittany many years ago and have spent many happy holidays here. We both have hectic careers and this is the place we come to re balance and exhale. Brittany offers beautiful countryside, a breathtaking coastline and genuine friendly people. Not to mention the superb cuisine and fine wines of this wonderful region that all add up to a wonderful break for families and couples alike.|
|Unique benefits of property||The property has been completely modernised and internally rebuilt from the ground up. It is in a perfect location in the centre of a pretty village with all the amenities you would require. This includes a boulangerie, restaurants and a convenience store. There are so many things to see and do and the coast at Carnac along with the amazing standing stones is within 35 minutes. Great beaches and incredibly pretty towns are withing easy reach. The cycle track is located near the village on an old railway line which will take you to Ploermel and beyond.|
Paimpont is an attractive little place, with a main street of stone cottages, and a good base to explore the area. It is best known for its 13th-century lakeside abbey, which as well as ancient books and religious silverware, holds summer exhibitions and concerts.
Great base for walks through the forest and a few bars and restaurants to visit along with King Arthur themed gift shops.
Josselin is a must-visit on any tour of the Breton heartlands. From its medieval castle, still lived in by members of the legendary Rohan family, to the doll museum, and from its attractive old town to canal-based fun or forest walks, there’s something to interest all members of the family.
The walled town of Vannes is one of Brittany’s iconic holiday destinations. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to discover some of the very best things that Brittany has to offer. Sailing-boats, standing stones and oyster farms can all be found within an hour’s drive of the charming city of Vannes, with its harbour and its medieval back streets.
Dinan is without doubt one of the most attractive and best preserved small towns in Brittany. With its 1.8 mile (3km)-long ramparts, half-timbered houses, attractive port and cobbled streets filled with art galleries and craft shops, it’s worth a day of anyone’s time.
Jutting out into the sea for 9 miles (14km) and just 72ft (22m) wide at its narrowest point, the Quiberon Peninsula is a lovely day out within an hours drive. With its rugged coastline, sweeping sandy beaches, fishing villages and rich cultural history, this beautiful area of Morbihan won’t disappoint.