|Daisie||Self Catering||Flexible||1||2||1||There is a sofabed on the ground floor|
Daisie is a pretty, spacious stone cottage in the charming rural hamlet of Roscoat. It is one of three rentable gites at Roscoat.This cottage is situated in the tranquil Breton countryside 1km outside Mael-Carhaix, two minutes from the Nantes-Brest Canal and a beautiful local lake with a manmade beach, play park and fishing facilities. Relax, cycle, walk or explore Brittany.
The port of Roscoff is a 90 minute drive, St Malo is a 2 hours drive. Rennes and Dinard airports are under 2 hours drive. Large attractive private gardens and driveway.
Ideal for those seeking peace and tranquility. Maël-Carhaix, the nearest village is 1km and has a restaurant, post office, tabacs, banks, boulangerie, convenience stores, hair dressers and other amenities. Centrally situated for access to north and western coasts.
The large country kitchen has an oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, dining table, kettle and toaster with ample crockery and cutlery for 6 people and cooking utensils. A highchair is available on request.
The comfortable lounge has a wood burning stove and electric fires. There is a colour television receiving UK free to air channels, a video player, dvd player and selection of films. A library with a varied selection of books and cds.
It has spacious bedroom with double bed. Bathroom with bath, shower, wc and hand basin. There is a sofabed downstairs if required. High quality bed linen, towels and tea-towels are provided.
The cottage is set in its own attractive grounds with private drive and gardens, with the benefit of barbecue and garden furniture. The cottage sits on an acre of grounds and is surrounded by countryside for you to enjoy.
Daisie is suited for a couple seeking a peaceful and relaxed holiday with beautiful walks, cycling, fishing, painting, writing, star gazing, bird watching, exploring historic Côtes-d'Armor and stunning beaches. Property suitable for relaxing under the shade of the mature trees or playing garden games.
The large country kitchen has a split level electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, dining table, kettle and toaster with ample crockery and cutlery for 6 people and cooking utensils. A highchair is available on request.
Separate living room with Freesat English tv, dvd player. There is a traditional woodburner for the colder months
One spacious master bedroom with double bed.
Modern bathroom with bath, shower, handbasin and wc.
Woodburner in the living room and electric heaters.
Colour tv with English Freesat channels and dvd player. Various boardgames and bookshelves of paperback novels.
Secluded garden to the side of the cottage with private drive. Large communal grassed paddock to the rear of the complex. Barbecue and garden furniture supplied.
Private parking in front of the cottage.
Perfect "away from it all" location. Ideal for couples.
Unfortunately it is unsuitable for wheel chair users.
Why not book out all three gites at Roscoat for quality family time.
High quality bed linen, towels and tea-towels provided.
Adult mountain bikes available to hire by the day or the week.
We moved to Brittany in September 2016 after a 30 year teaching career in England. We decided on a change of life and fell in love with peaceful, historic, beautiful Brittany. We have 2 daughters Emily who is a Primary School Teacher in Kent and Georgia who is studying Photography at Kingston University. We have two dogs and a cat!
|Year property purchased||2016|
|Why this location?||Maël-Carhaix, is located in the heart of Central Brittany in the south west corner of Côtes D'Armor and borders with Finistère département. This small village has many assets, notably the wonderful site of the Etang des Sources, which is located 1km from La Roscoat. The 'Water Gardens' as it is also known, has a small man made beach and play park, toilets and a café which operates in the summer months. The lake is well stocked with coarse fish and is ideal for the fishers amongst you. Around the lake is a network of paths ideal for hiking. Paths are suitable for wheelchair use. Away from the water gardens there are many signposted paths including the Greenway, through the green, rolling Breton countryside where you will be able to experience the season's agricultural activities for yourself.
The village centre is dominated by the 12th century church and a recently restored Mairie which provides services for the 1600 inhabitants.
|Unique benefits of property||We offer a warm welcome, with fully-equipped gites that require you only to bring your suitcases, personal effects and yourselves to enjoy either a relaxing romantic break or an action packed holiday. The experience that we have carefully created will enable you to truly enjoy your well deserved holiday in this beautiful part of the world, whether you choose to spend most of your time at La Roscoat, enjoying the marvellous countryside that surrounds the complex or whether you choose to use it as a base to strike out and explore the myriad of activities and sights that this magical county is able to provide the visitor.
Each gite has its own exclusive seating and eating area complete with barbeque and residents can also enjoy access to the grassed paddock at the rear of the property suitable for playing garden games, petanque or simply reading under the shade of the red oak trees.
A beautiful lake and gardens. Includes fishing, man made beach with play park, cafe and toilets.
Dozens of statues of Breton Saints have taken up residence on a hill side where they appear to be contemplating the landscape. Every year new Giants are sculpted from the granite making the landscape more incredible each time.
Brittany's largest lake, perfect for sunning yourself or messing about on the water. Area also offers extensive trails for walking, cycling and mountain bike trails.
Overlooking the Nantes-Brest canal, the Abbey is a must for lovers of contemporary art. The twelve century Cistercian Abbey hosts regular exhibitions, weekly farmers markets and a spectacular son et luminère throughout August.
A city of Art and history with a picturesque charm.
It's pink cliffs make a spectacular picture
Cape Frehel and it's steep cliffs
A haven of peace
Ancient pedestrianised city packed with great shopping, boutiques, cafes and medieval buildings
It's fishing and sailing port
Though it no longer links the two cities, the canal, running westwards from Redon, is an attractive trail for boating, hiking or cycling. The canal (and rivers that form part of the waterway) is navigable from Pontivy to Nantes, via Josselin and Redon.
This takes place each year in July 8kms from Mael-Carhaix, Finistère. Started in 1992, this open air music festival has rapidly established itself as the French equivalent of Glastonbury, and is now the biggest open air music event in France, attracting an eclectic variety of top musicians from France and abroad.
Quimper, Finistère; Brittany's biggest annual festival of Breton culture. This annual event takes place over 4 days in July with performances taking place throughout the day. An event not to be missed.
The festival of Blue Nets (15-20 August 2017 ) in Concarneau, Finistère. An opportunity to see the old streets of this fishing port filled with people in traditional Breton costume. Come and see traditional Breton dancing to the sound of music. The festival is in its 111th year.
Attractive old town, with a magnificent chateau, with gardens and a doll museum.