|Crach Couillen||Self Catering||Sunday||2||6||2||A cot can be provided for a baby|
Drive up the country lane as you approach the stunning cottage of Crach Couillen surrounded by fields. There is a terrace for al fresco evenings, and a spacious garden with plenty of room for children to run around and play.
A welcome hamper will be prepared for you to settle in and unwind on arrival. The extensive grounds are lovingly cared for to create an atmosphere of peace and tranquility in a well-appointed area of central Brittany which is not too far from the beautiful town of Gourin, here you will find a Château de Tronjoly, plenty of restaurants and bars to sit and relax.
From the entrance you proceed into the open plan living and kitchen area - (an ideal space for all the family to relax together). There is a fireplace with a wood burning stove, well equipped and modern and many comfy chairs to relax in. There is also a dining table with 6 chairs situated in the lounge.
On the ground floor there is a double bedroom and a family bathroom. Leading from the open plan living area there is open stairs leading up to an addition living area, which has two comfy chairs, TV with dvds, board games and a door which leads onto the terrace with views across the valley. The second bedroom has a double bed and a single bed. (Please note there is a bed situated in the living area on second floor which has a curtain to screen around if required, this would be suitable for a teenager or an adult).
The modern kitchen is well equipped with a host of appliances (e.g. gas double oven, gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, toaster, kettle, etc.)
A plentiful supply of crockery and tableware, with no shortage of cutlery and glassware to compliment.
The open plan dining area has a kitchen table and 6 dining chairs.
Washing machine and dryer can be found down stairs and complimentary laundry items are supplied
The stunning open plan lounge is super large with many windows to maintain a light and airy space. A choice of comfy chairs provide ample space for all the family to relax together. A mixture of contemporary and country style furniture tastefully complete the look of this spacious room.
Entertainment consists of a tv with dvd player (plenty of dvds), books and a selection of indoor boardgames.
In the living room there is a wood burning stove for those chilly nights.
The cottage has 2 double bedrooms. The master double bedroom is situated on the ground floor and offers a double bed, bedside cabinet with lamps, dressing table, wardrobes and chest of drawers. There is a family bathroom next door to this bedroom on the ground floor.
The second double bedroom is presented as a double bed and a single bed. The bedroom has bedside cabinets with lamps, chest of drawers and a wardrobe allowing plenty of hanging space. There is a family bathroom located across the hall from this bedroom.
On the mezzanine area there is another single bed, this would be suitable for a teenager or an adult.
A cot can be provided for a baby. (Bedding must be provided by the guest).
There are 2 family bathrooms. There is a shower cubicle, a wash hand basin, toilet and heated towel rail in each of the bathrooms.
The downstairs bathroom has a bath with mixer taps as well as a shower.
The upstairs bathroom has a shower cubical.
Guests are supplied with a towel set consisting of bath towel, hand towel, and good quality bedding is provided. Beach towels are not supplied.
The cottage has a wood burning stove (in the kitchen/lounge/dining). Electric heaters are also within each room.
Flat screen tv's (dvds only)
Dvd player with a good selection of dvds
Books - fiction/non-fiction
The Crach Couillen stands within private grounds and has beautiful gardens. There are large lawned areas for the children to play safely.
Plenty of garden furniture and loungers are supplied to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet in a rural setting with wonderful views of the countryside. There is also charcoal BBQ with tools.
There is ample space in the secure courtyard for off road parking at the property.
Would be suitable for the elderly.
• Check-in: 16:00
• Check-out: 10:00
• Max. occupancy: 6
• Min. age of primary renter: 25
• Children welcome
• NO Pets
• Guests are asked to leave the property clean and tidy. Failure to do this may result in withholding some or all of the Security Deposit
• Please note children are not to be left unattended on the terraced area without supervision of an adult
Property manager for Prestige Property Network since 2018. <br/>I also run my own gites within Brittany.
|Year property purchased||2004|
|Why this location?||Beautiful setting.|
|Unique benefits of property||Away from traffic and very private.|
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