This stone built traditional Breton longère, originally a cider farm, has been tastefully transformed into two spacious and practical holiday homes (F22263 and F22264), which retain many individual features such as beamed ceilings and fireplaces, and may be rented individually or together for a large family group. They are in a quiet hamlet within easy reach of a variety of lovely beaches, including St. Cast-le-Guildo. Locally there are country markets and picturesque, traditional villages. Guests are welcome to help themselves to produce in season from the owner’s vegetable garden. The Emerald coast, famous for the clifftop fortress at Cap Frehel as well as for its clear, turquoise waters and long sandy beaches, is close by. A little further you can go to the pirate stronghold of St. Malo or stroll around Dinan’s town centre with its half-timbered medieval houses and cobbled streets. Those enjoying outdoor activities will find a vast range of facilities in superb settings.
2 steps to entrance. Ground floor: Living room/dining room/kitchen with beams and tiled floor. Bathroom/WC with over-bath shower. First floor: Four bedrooms: One double, one twin, two single, each with additional single bed (for child), most with wooden floors. Shower room/WC.
Location: 2km from Pluduno (shops, bakers, bar), 5km from Planocet (hypermarket, shops, banks), 8km from beaches, 10km from Matignon, 20km from Dinan (all facilities).
Both Properties: Part shared lawned garden
- Covered terrace
- Electric heating
- Wood-burning stove
- Shared laundry room with w/machine
- Satellite TV
- Two cots
- Ample parking
- Garden furniture