|Maison du Four||Self Catering||Wednesday||2||4||2|
This former fisherman's cottage has been carefully and lovingly restored and provides a perfect holiday home close to the river in the port area of medieval Dinan.
Tucked away in a quiet location, a short walk across the arched stone bridge leads to a traditional French bakery, and a good selection of restaurants, bistros and cafes. Hire bikes or a boat and explore the River Rance from a different perspective.
Renovated and decorated with taste, the cottage has retained its character with beams, fireplaces and a log burning stove. On the ground floor there is a well equipped kitchen, dining and living area, with a tv receiving UK channels (via Freeview) On the first and second floors there are 2 individual bedrooms, recently equipped each with 2 comfortable single beds. There is a bathroom with shower on each floor.
Outside, there is a small courtyard area with a table and chairs, perfect for relaxing after a day exploring this wonderful region. The cottage is ideal for 2 couples or a small family group looking for comfortable accommodation in a historic setting.Free WIFI internet
Kitchen facilities: Oven, hob, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, kettle and toaster.
Two comfortable settees provide ample seating for 4.
The logfire is perfect for colder evenings .
There is a bedroom with its own shower room on each floor.
Each has plenty of storage space and cosy carpet floors.
Both shower rooms have completely modern fittings.
Electric radiators throughout and log fire.
English satellite tv with Freeview channels.Free WIFI internet.
Sunny courtyard with garden furniture and barbecue.
Parking available next to the house.
The original staircase is quite steep, so not suitable for those with mobility issues.
Rental prices include bed linen and towels, the house will be clean and checked for you before your arrival, and you can either clean before leaving, or the end of stay clean supplement is 50€.
We would definitely recommend walking in the Cancale - Pointe du Grouin area. There is some stunning scenery as well as some bunkers left over from the German defences during WW2. Cancale itself is definitely worth a visit for lovers of seafood! A third of France's oysters are grown here!