|La Gifflaie||Self Catering||Flexible||2||4||1|
Pretty Breton detached 2 bedroom gite with large gardens and in beautiful, peaceful rural surroundings equipped with everything needed for a relaxing holiday.
The gite has an attractive kitchen diner with exposed beams decorative fire place. Equipped with Dishwasher, oven, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine, microwave, toaster and full compliment of crockery, cutlery and glasses.
The dining table will seat 6 with comfort.
A good sized lounge with 1 x 3 seater sofa, a 2 seater sofa bed and 3 armchairs.
A bookshelf with many books and puzzles. Tv unit and flat screen tv. Coffee table
A double bedroom on the 1st floor with chest of drawers. There is a spare double mattress should the need arise
A twin room on the 2nd floor with skylight windows. Chest of drawers and clothes rail.
Bathroom with white suite. Shower over bath
There are electric heaters in all rooms throughout the gite
Flat screen tv with freesat and dish directed to the Atlas satellite to provide UK television programmes. there is a dvd player and numerous dvds and a quantity of indoor toys to keep the children occupied
Standing in its own plot there are large gardens to the rear and side and a driveway to the front. On the patio sits. a table and chairs and a bbq is available. Swings are available for the little ones
Parking for 2 cars
There are steep stairs leading up to second bedroom this would not be suitable for guests who struggle with mobility. There is a cot, highchair and stairgate.
A welcome pack of milk tea, coffee, sugar, a loaf of bread and a bottle of wine to help you settle in.
Cliff and Jill, We are a semi retired couple who have come to Brittany for the peace and tranquillity which we have found in abundance. We took the plunge in 2018 to leave Northampton's busy roads and the notorious M1 behind us and its the best decision we have ever made. There is no traffic here! Cliff an ex company director and Jill a retired State Registered Nurse are now turning our hands to intense DIY, modernising our main house and managing the gite for our guests from the uk and afar.
|Year property purchased||2018|
|Why this location?||We chose Meneac for the peace and quiet. It is a beautiful area and we enjoy wide ranging views across delightful countryside. We are equidistant from both the north and south coast and the spectacular beaches which are only an hours drive away. There are also a great many great places to visit. The vibrant city of Rennes and the wonderful old town of Vannes both only an hour away. There are many tourist attractions within half an hour including the magnificent chateaux in Josselin.|
|Unique benefits of property||A pretty detached stone and rendered Breton cottage set in a large garden at the end of a no through lane with loads of character but all the mod cons. The kitchen diner is fully fitted with dishwasher, washing machine,microwave, fridge and gas cooker. Satellite TV with freesat to pick up UK TV. separate lounge with 2 leather sofas and 3 leather armchairs There is a s a double bedroom on the 1st floor and a twin room on the top floor. parking for 2 cars. Total peace and quiet guaranteed.|
A 30 min drive away, Josselin is an absolute must visit on any tour of Breton with its medieval castle, dolls museum and the a very pretty village with its medieval half timbered houses and great views from the top of the bell tower. The Gothic Basilica Notre Dame de Roncier is in town square There is a lively market that fills surrounding streets on Saturday mornings
The lake near Ploermel which offers scenic views and walks for the more senior of us and beaches and water sports for the young at heart.
Created by the monks Lac du Duc is the largest inland lake in Brittany. At around 5.5 km by 500-900 m, the Lac du Duc is surrounded by a variety of different natural habitats and wetlands.You may be lucky enough to see otters, frogs or deer.The waters stock pike, pike perch, black bass and perch, etc. There are some very large specimens which makes this beautiful lake one of the best places in France for fishing. The legend says that the these water homed the mythical ‘vouivre’, the marsh monster that was killed by a monk called Armel.
A 30 mins drive away what remains of the vast forest that once covered ancient Brittany, the location of the mythical Broceliande, the legend of King Arthur. A combination of the beauty of its natural settings.begin your walk through la porte des secret in Paimpont to the magic fountain of Barenton and the 1000-year-old Guillotin oak or the seat of Merlin.