|The Old Cotton Mill||Self Catering||Flexible||2||6||1|
Converted in 2006, this former cotton mill on the banks of the River Jaudy offers modern living in a traditional setting. One of 6 apartments, this wheelchair accessible apartment has 2 bedrooms, large wet room with level access shower, raised toilet with grab rails and a wheel under sink.
The large open plan fully-fitted kitchen, dining and lounge area has all modern conveniences. With internet access, satellite tv with surround sound and dvd player, you won't want to leave!! Electric heaters throughout.
Ideally placed for exploring the beautiful Pink Granite Coast, plus the lovely towns of Lannion, Paimpol and Treguier, and everything else in between. We are 10 minutes away from the nearest beach.
With activities ranging from golf and fishing through to watersports, paintballing and quad biking there is something for everyone to do throughout your stay. Themed breaks available.
For the "foodies"- come and sample the world renowned "fruits de mer" or maybe something more traditional is more to your taste. Whatever you fancy to eat, we are surrounded by good restaurants that cater for all budgets.
There are several fetes, exhibitions, open gardens, chateau, music venues that open their doors throughout the year. Please ask for more details if you have a specific interest.
Open plan kitchen/lounge/dining area, fully-fitted, with appliances - microwave/grill, washing machine, oven, hob, fridge, large table and chairs.
Open plan, with tv, dvd player, satellite tv and surround sound, plus broadband internet access and wi-fi.
Two - one being wheelchair accessible.
One - large wet room style bathroom.
Wi-fi and adsl broadband available at all times, free to use. Large secure garden with off-road parking. Lots of furniture, bbqs etc, games for children, and most importantly Doris and Dennis our pot bellied pigs who live in the garden!!
The garden runs along the River Jaudy, which offers beautiful surroundings for the evenings and stunning sunsets.
Suitable for individuals, couples and large groups. Especially suitable for disabled people.
Jacqui, Carl and Max Alban would like to welcome you to our beautiful piece of Brittany. We have lived here since 2003 and been open since 2006. The former cotton mill had been derelict for the previous 40 years and was a huge undertaking. Our idea to convert it into 6 wheelchair accessible apartments was met with incredulation from the population, but 10 years after we opened, the village are very welcoming of our customers. We work harder than we ever have done before but life is great!
|Year property purchased||2003|
|Why this location?||We have great travel links with Roscoff and St Malo equidistant, and we are only 10 minutes away from beaches. The stunningly beautiful Pink Granite Coast is a 20 minute drive, and we are surrounded by towns and villages all of which are worth visiting. An ideal location with something for everybody locally. La Roche Derrien is a fantastic little town that has all amenities including bar, restaurant, little supermarket, local artisinal shops, hairdressers, post office and bank to name a few and has recently become a Petite Cite de Caractere, we have lots of Fêtes and things going on throughout the year with a huge amount of medieval history to boot.|
|Unique benefits of property||Our property is accessible to everyone, whether you are a wheelchair user or just need access without steps or stairs. We live onsite and our door is open 24/7 for questions, queries or problems. We have a huge amount of experience within the disability sector but welcome non-disabled guests as well. Dogs are welcome.|
We are surrounded by coast - from the Pink Granite Coast and rock pooling through to beautiful sandy beaches, there is something for everyone!
Annual Brocante - one of the largest in the area - come and pick up some traditional French antiques, 170+ stalls line all the village streets...with food and drink stalls.
Visit this historical and beautiful town and have a coffee in the shadows of the picturesque cathedral. The cathedral has a very interesting history and is stunningly beautiful, with cloisters and stunning stained glass to wander around. This is something not be missed!
Several fresh seafood restaurants surround the port/harbour at Paimpol. With the seafood platter being the "King of the Dishes!" Great location and setting for some stunning freshly caught food.
Beautiful château, gardens and views can be found here. The gardens alone are phenomenal and worth looking around. The gardens are open free of charge all year.
Every Thursday morning is one of the regions largest markets. Buy absolutely everything and anything - fresh local fruit and veg a speciality. Come and smell the sights from cheeses, charcuterie, bread etc
We have teamed up with a local privately owned complex that can offer all the thrills of catching some whoppers! Come and stay here - we can arrange for groups of fishermen to hire the whole complex or part, dependent on the numbers.
Daily boat trips out to Les Sept Iles, just off the Pink Granite Coast. Visit all 7 islands which are classified as a nature reserve now specifically for the puffins. Several species of birds to see, and a beautiful coastline all rolled into one!
Everything from horse riding, quad biking through to all watersports, including sailing, skiing, windsurfing, etc. Lots of places to visit locally including the historical towns of Treguier, Paimpol and Lannion.
Large market every Wednesday morning in the historic cathedral town of Tréguier. The market can be found both in the shadows of the cathedral and also down by the port. Stunning location for buying all those things that are typically French!
In the Village - 500m, Treguier 4km, Paimpol 19km, Lannion - 20km.
Large street market on Tuesdays selling absolutely everything.....great place to buy souvenirs and then relax by having a spot of lunch in one of the great restaurants by the harbour
Runs from April through to October - great steam train ride, experience the soot and smoke from yesteryear, passing the chateau La Roche Jagu and running along the River Trieux. Stunning scenery, you make a quick stop at one of the old mills on the way for a taste of the local crepes and cider, and then onto Pontrieux in time for lunch and a spot of sightseeing around the quaint old town which is famous for all its wash houses along the rivers edge.
Several watersports are available along the coast, from sailing through to kayaking.
Have a blast down the beach with land yachting that is accessible to everyone, including disabled people. We can arrange for your to hurtle down a beach, as a group or individuals at Plestin-Les-Greves. Amazing fun and something everybody should try at least once!