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Brittany

Wonderful beaches everywhere, beautiful rugged coastline and ancient walled citadels can all be found in Brittany; if this lovely region of France appeals, take a look at our extensive selection of gites in Brittany, where you’re sure to find your ideal holiday accommodation.

Close in both distance and culture, Brittany has much in common with Britain, making this a favourite destination for British holidaymakers. Located in the north-west of the country, the region boasts a myriad of great beaches, tranquil towns and an abundance of historic buildings, making it the perfect location for a self-catering break across the channel.

With a rich Celtic heritage, Brittany enjoys an atmosphere and has a language all of its own, setting it apart from the rest of France. Even its very name is derived from the ''Britons'' whom came here from Britain to escape invaders in Anglo Saxon times.

The region of Brittany is home to a string of family friendly resorts which stretch along its renowned coastline, from Carnac and Rostoff, to the sophisticated Dinard, which would not be out of place among the resorts in the South of France.

The Brittany region is blessed with an array of historic towns, making it a veritable paradise for history lovers. The town of St Malo, surrounded by ancient stone walls, is one of the most visited towns in Brittany. With narrow cobbled streets lined by unique shops, bars and cafes selling all manner of traditional French produce, it is easy to see why St Malo is so popular with tourists. The ramparts which surround the town are perfect for a steady stroll, taking in magnificent views of the surrounding area.

One ‘must-visit’ when in Brittany is Mont St Michel, near to the border with Normandy. Sitting just off the coast, Mont St Michel is a medieval abbey and town located on a small rocky outcrop and is now designated as an official UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Travelling even further back in time, the prehistoric stone monuments at Carnac make up one of the most famous megalithic sites in France. Not far from Carnac, just off the south coast of Brittany, the island of Belle-Ille is the perfect place to truly unwind as no cars are permitted here. This means the island''s beaches are tranquillity personified.

For a taste of France with a distinct sprinkling of British culture, the region of Brittany is an ideal destination. To experience the unique atmosphere for yourself, take a look at our selection of Brittany holiday cottages today.
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  • Ploëzal

    Ploëzal

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    Ref: FBC096

    This semi-detached holiday property invites you to take a relaxing break in the heart of the magnificent region of Brittany, where you will be able to enjoy the peaceful countryside setting. Not far from here is the small town of Pontrieux, as is the Château of Roche-Jagu which overlooks the Trieux estuary. Also worth a visit are Lannion, 18km with exposed timiber framed buildings and Paimpol, 13km with its narrow streets and alleys. A choice of beaches include Côte de Granit Rose, 14km, Perros-Guirec, 20km and Tregastel 24km. Don’t miss a day out at the enchanted forest at Huelgoat, 56km. Shop and restaurant 4km, beach 14km.

    All on ground floor: Lounge/curtained area with double bed (access from one side only), kitchen/diner, bathroom with shower over bath, toilet and basin.

    Electric heating, colour TV (French channels only), internet connection, microwave, shared grounds, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 1 car. One pet welcome.

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  • Trégunc

    Trégunc

    Grade
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    Ref: FBF568

    This charming holiday home is situated in a quiet hamlet between the beautiful traditional villages of Névez and Trégunc. It has a contemporary kitchen and a spacious lounge with a high vaulted ceiling, a wood burning stove and windows opening onto a patio and large garden. The mezzanine bedroom is located above the lounge with 2 single beds that can be pushed together. A short walk will take you to a small river estuary for a quiet and picturesque promenade, while the villages are accessible by foot or bicycle, and excellent markets with local products. Discover Pont Aven with its shops and its artistic heritage (6km). The port of Concarneau with its walled citadel and its beautiful beaches is also worth visiting. Shop and restaurant 1.5km, beach 4.5km

    Ground floor: lounge/diner, kitchen, bathroom with shower over bath, toilet and basin, separate toilet and basin, mezzanine with twin beds.

    Electric heating, woodburner in lounge, cot, colour TV (French channels only), DVD player, CD player, wi-fi, microwave, lawned garden, terrace, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 2 cars. One pet welcome. No smoking please. NB: Open tread turning stairs to mezzanine bedroom.

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  • Pentrez-Plage, nr. Châteaulin

    Pentrez-Plage, nr. Châteaulin

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    Ref: W12228

    This spacious first floor apartment, situated to the side of the building, has views from the balcony of the beautiful fine golden sands of Pentrez, which are across the road. It has an open plan living area with a fitted kitchen and a balcony, and is accessed by a lift. Just north of here is the lovely Crozon Peninsula. Inland are many pretty granite-built villages with the particular local features of ornate stonework and walled churchyards, the most famous of which is Locronan. Locally, there is a plethora of activities available; walking, surfing, sand yachting, sailing and paragliding. Shop, café/bar and beach 5.5 yards (5m) restaurant 3.25 miles (5km).

    All on first floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner, shower room with basin, separate toilet, 1 double bedroom.

    Electric heating, cot, colour TV, DVD player, washing machine, dishwasher, freezer, microwave, balcony, outdoor furniture, off road parking for 1 car. Sorry, no pets.

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  • Plouguernével

    Plouguernével

    Grade
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    Ref: FBC618

    This little house, called a "penty" in Breton dialect, is in an ideal location for visiting and touring the region since it is situated in the very centre of Brittany. The property is on the ground floor of the owner’s home and is on hand if you need any help or advice during your stay. For swimming and water activities, Lake Guerlédan is only 15 minutes away and the beautiful pristine shores are perfect for relaxing and taking in the sun. For hiking and walking enthusiasts there are plenty of paths for you to walk along such as the ones along the canal stretching from Nantes to Brest. The region has a lot of historical and cultural gems for you to discover. Traditional villages and towns such as Plouguernével are perfect for experiencing the "Breton way of life". Shop 2km and restaurant 10m.

    All on ground floor: Lounge/diner. Kitchen. Bathroom with toilet and basin. 1 double bedroom.

    Electric heating. Woodburner in lounge. Satellite TV. DVD player. CD player. Washing machine. Fridge. Microwave. Garden. Terrace. Garden furniture. Barbecue. Off road parking for 1 car. Sorry, no pets. NB: Steep open tread stairs.

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  • Guern

    Guern

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    Ref: W14588

    Nestling in a quiet hamlet in the heart of Brittany, this pretty 16th-century stone-built cottage and converted water mill are set amidst acres of idyllic grounds, complete with river, mill pond and a large stocked lake with trout (free fishing available for guests). Lovingly restored and traditionally decorated by the British owners, incorporating beamed ceilings and log burners. The quaint mill house "Le Moulin" with its millstream trickling alongside, provides cosy accommodation for two, with views across the mill pond and lakes from its rear patio, while the spacious "Maison de Niziau" features exposed stonework and a pretty patio overlooking the river. The surrounding countryside is perfect for walking and cycling. The historic town of Pontivy, with its château set on the River Blavet, weekly market and restaurants serving traditional Breton fayre is 12km away. Also within easy reach are the lake of Guerlédan and slightly further afield, Mûr de Bretagne, with their beaches and watersports. The coast is easily accessible, with the Golfe du Morbihan, inner sea, well worth exploring. Carnac is renowned for its rows of 2000 standing stones which constitute the most important prehistoric site in Europe. Shops 12km, café/bar and restaurant 3km.Nestling in a quiet hamlet in the heart of Brittany, this pretty 16th-century stone-built cottage and converted water mill are set amidst acres of idyllic grounds, complete with river, mill pond and a large stocked lake with trout (free fishing available for guests). Lovingly restored and traditionally decorated by the British owners, incorporating beamed ceilings and log burners. The quaint mill house "Le Moulin" with its millstream trickling alongside, provides cosy accommodation for two, with views across the mill pond and lakes from its rear patio, while the spacious "Maison de Niziau" features exposed stonework and a pretty patio overlooking the river. The surrounding countryside is perfect for walking and cycling. The historic town of Pontivy, with its château set on the River Blavet, weekly market and restaurants serving traditional Breton fayre is 12km away. Also within easy reach are the lake of Guerlédan and slightly further afield, Mûr de Bretagne, with their beaches and watersports. The coast is easily accessible, with the Golfe du Morbihan, inner sea, well worth exploring. Carnac is renowned for its rows of 2000 standing stones which constitute the most important prehistoric site in Europe.

    Shops 12km, café/bar and restaurant 3km.

    Ground floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner. First floor: Shower room with toilet and basin, 1 double bedroom. Single folding bed on request.

    Electric heating, woodburner in lounge, colour satellite TV, DVD player, video, CD player, internet connection, washing machine, microwave, shared garden and grounds, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 2 cars. Sorry, no pets. NB: River, pond and unfenced lake close to property. Open-tread stairs to first floor.

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  • Plouézec

    Plouézec

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    Ref: FBC466

    This pretty, single-storey holiday property is part of the discreet owner’s house, situated at the heart of the town of Plouézec, with independent access and opening to a terrace and a small garden. Close by are the large beaches of Plouha with their impressive cliffs, notably Bonaparte and Bréhec. There are numerous walks along the ‘chemins des douaniers’ (customs’ officers paths) which enable you to enjoy exceptional views of the shore along this superb craggy coast. For day trips, visit Tréguier (22km), Lannion (41km) and Saint-Brieuc (43km). Shop and restaurant 500m.

    All on ground floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner, shower room with toilet and basin, 1 double bedroom.

    Electric heating, colour TV (French channels only), DVD player, CD player, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, shared garden, terrace, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 1 car. Sorry, no pets. NB: Step to terrace.

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  • Perros-Guirec

    Perros-Guirec

    Grade
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    Ref: FBC564

    Located on a hillside, this holiday studio apartment has exceptional views over the beach of Trestraou and the sea front. The nearby seaside resort of Trestraou, is famous in the Côte-de-Granit-Rose, and offers numerous activities such as a casino, sailing centre, thalassotherapy centre, gourmet restaurants and crêperies. Why not go for a boat tour of the seven islands? The island of Tommee can be seen from your apartment balcony. Ploumanac’h is nearby and is a must see, with its strange shaped rocks on the coastal paths, which follow the shore. Don’t forget to go to Trégastel with its heated sea water pool and fitness centre! The golf course of Saint Samson is just 5kms away. Shop 1.5km, restaurant and beach 200m.

    All on first floor: Lounge with double bed/kitchen/diner, shower room with toilet and basin.

    Electric heating, fridge, microwave, balcony, outdoor furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 1 car. One pet welcome. NB: Step to balcony.

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  • Plouzane

    Plouzane

    Grade
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    Ref: FBF009

    This holiday apartment is located in a quiet area in the owners’ house but has its own separate entrance. There is a terrace in the cosy garden where you will be able to relax, dine al fresco while drinking a glass of wine. Visit Brest (10km) where you can walk around the National Navy Museum, see the sea life at Oceanopolis or relax on one of the boat trips at Les Vedettes Azenor. Visit Plougonvelin where you can admire the views at Pointe Saint Mathieu a historical site with beautiful surrounding area which can be seen clearly at the top of the hill where the lighthouse can be found. There is fishing available 3km away. Shops 500m, restaurant 2km and beach 4.5km.

    Lounge with double bed, kitchen/diner, bathroom with toilet and basin, 1 double bedroom in lounge.

    Central heating, cot, colour satellite TV, DVD player, washing machine, microwave, freezer, wi-fi (from 2017), lawned garden, terrace, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 1 car. One pet welcome.

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  • Plourivo

    Plourivo

    Grade
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    Ref: FBC622

    Situated at the gateway to Paimpol which hosts numerous festivals throughout the year. This lovely holiday home has a large, bright conservatory overlooking the garden and is ideal for relaxing. The small town of Penhoat, situated between the sea and the countryside, is close to over 600 hectares of forest which is ideal for walking and discovering the flora and fauna. Spend a day on the beach or visit Lézardrieux and Paimpol, both just a few kilometres away. Explore the ruins of Beauport Abbey or the Castle of Roche Jagu and gardens. Also worth a visit is the island of Bréhat, just a 15-minute ferry crossing. Shop 3km, restaurant 7km, beach 7km.

    Ground floor: Lounge. Dining room. Kitchen/diner. Shower room with basin (no toilet). Separate toilet and basin. First floor: 1 double bedroom.

    Electric heating. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Fridge. Microwave. Lawned garden. Terrace. Garden furniture. Garage parking for 1 car. Sorry, no pets. NB: Step from terrace to garden.

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  • Moulin de Molac

    Le Cours, Morbihan

    Grade
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    Ref: F56208

    Not far from the coast, nestled in the valley of Arz amid the wooded hills of Landes de Lanvaux, this charming cottage forms part of a beautiful old watermill. Perfectly restored, it offers cosy accommodation, alongside some bed and breakfast rooms. Outside is a dining terrace surrounded by a tiny flowery garden, a branch of the river and a large meadow. From here, the pretty village of Elven is a short drive, with restaurants, cafés and bars, as is the town of Questembert with a beautiful, half-timbered marketplace. The Gulf of Morbihan is just a 20 minute drive, where the pretty main islands offer absolute tranquillity with no traffic. There are many sandy beaches to explore, including Damgan, while the medieval city of Vannes is a great day out.

    Ground floor: Large living/dining room with corner kitchen. First floor: Large double bedroom with en-suite bathroom with double basin. Separate WC

    • Garden
    • Terrace
    • Shared grounds
    • Electric convector heaters
    • W/machine
    • D/washer
    • F/freezer
    • TV
    • Shared swing
    • Sun loungers
    • Barbecue
    • Parking.

    Location: 1km S of Le Cours village, 9km E of Elven (restaurants, cafés, supermarket), 22km NE of Vannes (city, shops, restaurants).

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  • Pléhédel

    Pléhédel

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    Ref: FBC245

    This beautiful, detached stone built house, one of two with FBC244, is positioned in a beautiful area within the countryside. Although separate from each other, these properties can be booked together for two families wanting to share their holiday. Equipped with antique and comfortable furnishings, it also has a small woodburner which allows warmth to spread on chilly evenings. This beautiful region is rich in cultural heritage and offers numerous attractions such as the nearby chapel of Kermaria and its legendary fresco. Brehat, the superb island of flowers, is equally unmissable. Shop and restaurant 2.5km.

    Ground floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner, separate toilet. First floor: Shower room wtih basin (no toilet), 1 double bedroom.

    Electric heating, woodburner in lounge, cot, highchair, colour TV (French channels only), shared use of washing machine, microwave, lawned garden, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 2 cars. One pet welcome. NB: Open-tread, turning stairs to first floor. Sloping ceilings on first floor.

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  • Lanester

    Lanester

    Grade
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    Ref: FBM209

    Located in a quiet residential area on the outskirts of Lorient, and just 8km from the harbour, this beautiful ground floor holiday property enjoys a private garden and terrace, just perfect for a relaxing stay in the heart of Brittany, the discreet owner lives on site. Lanester sits on the meeting place of the River Scroff and the River Blavet, and benefits from a weekly market. Lorient lies at the mouth of the two rivers and the port is home to many yachts and the buildings surrounding the port reflect its naval history, and the German submarine base is now a tourist attraction. Shop 150m, restaurant 200m.

    All on ground floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner, shower room with toilet and basin, 1 double bedroom.

    Electric heating, cot, highchair, DVD player, microwave, garden, terrace, garden furniture, barbecue, on street parking. Sorry, no pets. No smoking please.

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