Property and local area description
Living/Dining room: 37m², TV, 3-seater sofa, 2 armchairs, table, chairs.
Kitchen: 10m², dishwasher, oven, microwave, hob, fridge/freezer, coffee maker, toaster, kettle.
Basement area/2nd Kitchen: 100m², dining area perfect for entertaining or relaxing and cooling down, hob, oven, table and chairs. Laundry room and table tennis.
5 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, 1 Shower room, 2 wc’s:
Bedroom 1: ground floor, 12m², double bed, TV, wardrobe.
Bedroom 2: ground floor, 12m², double bed, wardrobe.
Bedroom 3: first floor, 37m², 2 double beds, TV, wardrobe, 2 velux windows.
Bedroom 4: first floor, 30m², double bed, TV, wardrobe, 2 velux windows.
Bedroom 5: first floor, 20m², double bed, wardrobe.
Shower room: ground floor, separate, 8m², walk-in shower, washbasin.
Bathroom: first floor, separate, 8m², bath, washbasin, wc.
Separate wc: ground floor. Grounds: 1000m², enclosed.
Terrace: 37m², with seaview, garden furniture, sunloungers, parasols, barbecue.
Cottage 170m² / Sleeps 12.
5 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms.
Sea 100m - Shops 500m.
Style : South west facing cottage in enclosed grounds. Furnished terrace and sea view. A short walk to the beach and shops. Located on the magnificent Crozon peninsula (5 km from Crozon), opposite Brest, 55 km north west of the beautiful riverside city of Quimper.
Situated in Western Brittany, on the sought-after Crozon peninsula, 70 km south of Brest with its award-winning Ocean discovery park Océanopolis. The beautiful city of Quimper with its cathedral, narrow cobbled streets is well worth a visit. Also within easy reach of Douarnenez and Pointe du Raz, a dramatic place of crashing waves and strong winds, the most visited site in Brittany.
Environment : Sea setting, 500m from shops.
PLACES TO SEE:
Crozon Peninsula. Scenic rugged coastline with numerous fishermen’s ports and sheltered sandy coves. Spectacular natural setting for walks, bike rides and watersports.
Camaret. 9 km. Peaceful little fishing village situated at the most western tip of the Crozon Peninsula. Almost completely surrounded by the Ocean and off the beaten track, it is a little gem waiting to be discovered. Plenty of seafood restaurants, creperies and bars to discover.
Locronan. 40 km. Most picturesque and beautifully preserved village with granite houses with slate roofs, centred around the church in the cobbled square. Popular as a film-set it has been seen in several films. Many craftsmens / artisans working in the village.
Douarnenez. 50 km. Popular family resort with choice of beaches and scenic coastal walks, rich maritime heritage and once famous throughout France for its thriving sardine fishing and canning industries.
THINGS TO DO:
Breizh Park, Crozon. 5 km. Tree top adventure park. Tree climbing. Paintball. Mini-golf. On the Crozon peninsula, between Brest and Quimper. One hectare dedicated to family fun.
Face Ouest, Roscanvel. 8 km. Climbing. Enjoy the magnificent natural setting of the Crozon Peninsula and discover or perfect your climbing. For an exciting day: via-corda, aqua-rope, ponting...
Sailing/Diving club, Roscanvel harbourside. 8 km. The sailing club based on the harbourside offers weekly courses in the Summer whilst the renowned diving club is available all year round to beginners and advanced divers alike.
Océanopolis, Brest. 60 km. Aquarium. An excellent marine life centre and Europe’s largest marine aquarium, on Brest seafront. With 3 different climatic zones, it offers many beautifully presented displays. A family favourite which will captivate all ages.
Quimper. 55 km. Beautiful riverside city with narrow cobbled streets, a Gothic cathedral and a host of lively bars and restaurants. Famous for its Breton faience pottery and Armor Lux clothes factory which collections are inspired by the colours of the sea and Breton values.
Brest. 60 km. Large seaport and naval base in a wide natural harbour, facing the Crozon peninsula. Renowned for its Oceanopolis aquarium. 3 golf courses.
Pointe du Raz. 85 km. Most famous headland in Brittany and beauty spot offering breath taking vistas over the Atlantic ocean. Celebrated by Flaubert and Victor Hugo, it attracts millions of visitors. A stunning place to be on a windy day!
Concarneau. 85 km. Fishing port with delightful fortified old city. Enjoy a stroll through the small town and don’t miss the famous Kouign Amann, a Breton cake full of butter and sugar. Very naughty but so delicious!!!
HOW TO GET THERE:
Low cost flights from UK to Brest (60mn), Rennes (3 hrs 15mn).
Ferries to Roscoff (1 hr 45mn), St Malo (3 hrs 30mn).
Household information :
Cot and highchair available
Garage for 2 vehicles
Parking for 4 cars on site
General information :
Supermarket: 7 km
Doctor: 3 km
Town Centre: 3 km
Tennis: 3 km
Hospital: 60 km (Brest).
To be paid on site :
Security deposit: 250€ cash
Electricity and water: upon meter reading
Central heating included.
Flexible arrival day may be considered outside July and August, please ask.
Breakage cover (or security deposit) is collected and returned locally unless it says otherwise in Additional information.