|L'Hirondelle Luxurious Farmhouse||Self Catering||Flexible||4||8||2||Baby cot and inflatable double bed available|
A traditional Breton house that has been refurbished to a high standard, yet still retains the natural charm of a French house, with modern facilities and oil central heating.
This beautiful house is ideally located at the edge of the charming village of Le Cambout.
There is everything you need 200m from the house, a boulangerie, restaurant, and mobile fish delivery every Wednesday.
The church is in the centre of the village with a separate, well-kept graveyard a little way off.
There is a sports field, indoor boule and a fishing lake known as l'Etang de Gue aux Loups.
The lake also has a large children playground, camping pitches, tennis court and boule lanes, and plenty of space for picnics.
Changeover day is flexible, to suit your ferry crossing.
Our property manager is just a phone call away, and the neighbours are always helpful.
Discounts available :
DISCOUNT 1: Under occupancy Discount of £75 if only 1 bedroom is used ALL YEAR
DISCOUNT 2: Save 50% on the second week of a fortnight holiday when you stay between 02 JUNE to 05 AUGUST and after 07 SEPTEMBER, but book before end of JANUARY.
DISCOUNT 3: Save 20% on the second week of a fortnight holiday when you stay between 06 AUGUST to 07 SEPTEMBER and book by end of JANUARY
The fully equipped kitchen has a gas range cooker, microwave, dishwasher, larder fridge and space for breakfast dining.
Through the archway is the formal dining room with a large traditional Breton table and buffet, comfortable chairs and beamed ceiling.
The ground floor comprises a child-friendly lounge area with deep settees, wooden floors and beamed ceiling. There is a traditional logburner set in a fireplace.
In addition there is English tv, dvd/video player and hi-fi system.
3 bedrooms are on the first floor. Downstairs has a double bedroom.
The master bedroom is en suite with a super king sized bed and baby cot.
The double bedroom and twin room share the bathroom across the hallway.
One en suite bath/shower and bathroom with walk-in shower and wc, on the first floor.
Oil central heating throughout the house with electric oil filled radiators, and logburner in lounge.
2 English televisions, a dvd/video player and hi-fi system. Dvd, videos and cds supplied.
The landscaped fully enclosed garden is an ideal spot to lounge under the shade of a mature walnut tree, or sit on the bench under the apple tree.
Outdoor dining area for bbq with great rural views.
Enclosed gravel drive in front of house for 3 vehicles.
Ideal for couples, families, walkers (+ dog), fishermen, golfers and cyclists.
Washing machine, and tumble-dryer situated in utility room. Dishwasher and G Tech hoover in kitchen.
Etang du Gue aux Loups is a 5 minute stroll from l'Hirondelle at the end of the lane you will discover a beautiful fishing lake, ideal for camping, keen anglers or for relaxing picnics.
There is a children's play area, tennis courts and facilities to play boule with the villagers.
Boulangerie: Traditional quality products freshly made onsite, with Sundays particularly popular for cakes and pastries.
Denis Roland Le Terrior Restaurant 200m from l'Hirondelle, Le Cambout 02 96 25 50 28.
Hotel restaurant du Chateau, Josselin, you will be overwhelmed by the dining hall with its medieval decoration and fireplace. In summer, they offer a balcony for your meal with a panoramic view of the castle.
Table D'Or Restaurant is also very good.
A 10 minute drive this larger village has local Doctor, Pharmacy, Bank (cashpoint), Petrol Station, and Super U supermarket.
Medieval Josselin has a famous chateau with canalside restaurants and cafes. The Saturday morning market is very popular.
Every year, on the 8th September, several thousand people get together in Josselin for the big religious festival of Notre Dame du Roncier.
The English bookshop is worth a browse (Rue de Trente).
Les Aquatides indoor swimming complex. New out of town supermarkets have sprung up in north Loudeac.
Purchase delicious Breton biscuits direct from Sa Biscuiterie J.l. Joubard 37 Rue Colbert, 56300 Saint-Thuriau. 20m from Le Cambout.
La Museé Régional de la Metiers Vieux (museum of old regional crafts of clog making, weaving and tanning)
Very nice small creperie for the locals 12km from l'Hirondelle. Creperie Le Flore 15 rue Madeleine 22210 La Cheze (0033) 2 96 26 68 57.
Summer swimming pool.
Canoeing on River Lie, hire kayaks from La Base Sports Nature de Pont Querra at nearby Plemet.
The nearby town Loudeac 12 miles (Les Aquatides indoor swimming) Ploermel 15 miles (beaches on Lac du Duc) Carnac-Plage (55 miles SW) , Le-Val-Andre and the delightful town of Erquy is 45 miles north.
La Cheze(12km) also has an outdoor swimming pool during the summer months
Saturday mornings: Josselin , Loudeac, Pontivy.
Sunday: Plemet: smallholders surplus market, every first and third Sunday of the month.
Tuesday: Merdrignac: fresh fish, meat, and clothing, mornings in main street and side road.
Wednesday: La Cheze: general market, mornings in the town centre.
Friday: Ploermel: organic fruit and vegetables market, mornings.
Megalithiques de Carnac The alignments of Carnac, erected around 4500 BC form the largest megalithic site in the world. The Kermario building shows the public what was involved in the restoration of the monument and provides a comprehensive picture of the site. Opening Times: All year round.
We were met on arrival by cathy & Ambrose who ran us through everything,very helpful. It was home from home,with a few personal choice alterations I could have lived there permanently.relaxing holiday with all amenities only 10 minutes by car.
We're really pleased you enjoyed your stay, you were the perfect guests. Hope you return again soon
We were very pleased with the accommodation. Everything was provided....soap, toilet rolls, washing up liquid, detergent, fabric softener, tumble drier, plenty towels and tea towels, cling film etc. etc.so we did not need to bring anything other than our clothes. Sky television was a bonus for the men as the football was on. Lovely peaceful garden. Lots of pleasant walks round the countryside.
Local bakers was superb and open every morning for croissants etc.,. The bar/restaurant only open during day so could not wander down for evening drink or meal
It was a very beautiful farmhouse - one of the best that I've stayed in. What I loved about it was that it was so warm and comfortable and so authentically French. We all enjoyed the wood burning fire, which made the place even cosier. It was also good to have the satellite television to watch. My oldest son particularly enjoyed having a DVD player in his bedroom.
The owner provided great customer service. Booking the holiday was no problem at all and he was also readily available in case we had any problems during our stay.
I would definitely recommend this property to friends and family. It's great value for money, the property is clean and so well maintained, the villagers are friendly and the village is nice and clean. It had a boulangerie, which served excellent bread and cakes, a restaurant and was near to tourist towns like Josselin, which had an excellent range of supermarkets and restaurants.
You would be hard pushed to find anything better in Brittany!
Wow, thank you very much for your kind comments, glad the children enjoyed their stay.