|No 7||Self Catering||Flexible||3||8||1|
The house is a typical stone build, 3 storey house. Two large bedrooms and bathroom on first floor. King size bed in bedroom 1 and double bed in bedroom 2.The attic is huge with 4 single beds and settee for the kids to enjoy. There is s toilet on the ground floor for those who struggle with stairs.
There is washing machine and dishwasher, oven and large fridge freezer. Table for 6 people.
Large living room with logburner and 2 leather settees.
Two large bedrooms, double bed and king size bed.
Fours single beds in the attic.
One good size bathroom on the first floor with bath and shower above.
There are radiators in both bedrooms. A radiator in the kitchen and a logburner in the living room.
A Smart tv and many dvds. Wi-fi throughout the house.
A small private terrace garden with a stone built bbq.
Parking is either street parking on opposite the house in the village centre, plenty of parking.
Ideal for everyone. A winding staircase in the center of the house may prove difficult for the elderly or people with mobility problems.
I have been living out in rural Brittany for 9 years and love the Brittany way of life, its like being back in the UK in 1950! Laid back, quiet and extremely beautiful.
|Year property purchased||2011|
|Why this location?||I chose this location because the transport links are great and the area is so tranquil and quiet.|
|Unique benefits of property||The house is situated in the centre of a little village with a good mixture of French and English, there is everything you need on your doorstep but at the same time the rest of the world fades in to insignificance.|
Kingoland, is a small theme park for the kids less than 45 minutes away. There are also 4 soft play parks to keep the children entertained if you have them. However, if you are lucky enough to travel without them there are countless things to do.
Mountain biking trails galore and I mean galore, walking trails everywhere, kayaking or boating or just sunbathing at Lake Guerledan, the biggest lake in Brittany just 30 mins away.
Or if you prefer to peruse old churches, chateaux (in particular Domaine de Kerguehennec), historic sites such as the Stones at Carnac, or shopping in the historic town of Pontivy which has absolutely everything you could want. Or maybe just walking on the Nantes–Brest Canal, ideal for nature watching and taking in local sites.
The old town of Vannes is an hour away and a must see just for its history, not to mention the huge range of boutiques and privately owned fish restaurants and not forgetting the locally brewed beers etc.
The town of Lorient, famous for its naval history has much to offer, boat rides to little islands, most notable the Island of Groix. The festivals in August all over Brittany are amazing and every village takes part all summer in their own way, a rare treat.
Or what about horse riding, fishing, or even golf, the local area has everything to offer. The village of Ploerdut has a weekly market and my friend and neighbour bakes fresh bread outside in a stone oven each Friday. There are 2 bars, a pizzeria which open 6 nights a week where you can sit in, sit out or even take away. A chemist, a hairdressers, a Post Office, a bakery, and a small local shop and even a doctors surgery and dentist should the need arise!.
The small village of Guemene is 8km away and has many attractions and even a local bus that can take you to the bigger towns if you don’t like driving.
On a more obscure note the locally famed festival of Andouille!! A must if you like to try new delicacies!!