|22||Self Catering||Flexible||4||8||2||1 cot and 1 child bed|
Stone built house with extension incorporating utility room, toilet and wetroom.
Four bedrooms and bathroom upstairs.
Lounge diner, kitchen downstairs
Large well equipped kitchen,including microwave, dishwasher,coffee machine, fridge-freezer. Breakfast bar and central island.
Extendable dining table seating 8 people.
Main downstairs room includes dining table, 3 sofas,couple of easy chairs, coffee table, tv, dvd player and radio.
Bedroom 1 has king size bed.
Bedroom 2 has twin single beds.
Bedroom 3 has double bed and child bed.
Bedroom 4 has adult bunk beds.
Upstairs bathroom has bath including shower, wash basin and toilet.
Downstairs has shower and wash basin, separate toilet.
All rooms have electric convector heaters, except upstairs bathroom with has heated towel radiator.
Tv and dvd in living room.
Dvd player and screen in bedroom 2
Radio and cd player
Large grass area.
Patio area with table and seating for 8.
4 x sunloungers.
Fenced parking for 4 cars.
Stair gate and baby monitor (sound only) for small children.
One male and 1 female adult bicycles in the garden with pump, if tyres needs topping up.
Retired and enjoying life.
|Year property purchased||2006|
|Why this location?||Quiet and away from large busy towns. Near the coast and great sea food restaurants. Plenty to do for everyone. Lovely sandy beaches small cove within 10 minutes walking distance.|
|Unique benefits of property||This is our second home, not just a rental property so we have tried to equip the house with everything we think you need in a home. The property is great for small children with a fenced garden and a courtyard for eating and grass area for playing|
13th century abbey , still working as monastery.
Quiet sandy beach, ideal for children, with cafe and restaurant.
Harbour town with marina, shops, supermarket and lots of restaurants.
Built in 1844, restored in 1995. Opens some days for visitors and views overlooking Port Lazo are fantastic.
Steam train trips from Paimpol to Pontrieux.
Ferry from Paimpol to the island takes 15 minutes and the island has a number of interesting things including glass blowing workshop, lighthouse and citadel. There is no cars on the island, only bicycles and tractors.
Village Gaulois is a reconstruction of a village during Roman times with lots of entertainment for young people and interest for the less young.
There is also the Planeterium and Cite des Telecoms.
Karting Kerlabo is an outside carting track that caters for all ages.