This charming Breton cottage was renovated keeping its original features of oak beams and wooded floors.
You enter the property by the large fitted kitchen, off this room is a play/social area or it can be used as a downstairs bedroom containing a double sofa bed with en suite WC in laundry room. The stairs lead to the lounge area with comfortable sofas, satellite TV, video, DVD and CD player. Also 1 double en suite bedroom.
Stairs lead to next floor of one large double bedroom with exposed beams, 1 bedroom with 2 single beds and shower room with WC. The cottage has a dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
This cottage is in the heart of the countryside and is very peaceful, but clean sandy beaches or the medieval town of Dinan for restaurants and shopping are only 10 minutes away. Local villages offer good dining, bars, shops and boulangeries. Supermarkets are also close.
THE NEAREST BEACH: :-The nearest beach “ ST JACUT DE LA MER” is very clean and child friendly. It is about 15 mins away be car. Also at Lancieux is another suitable beach and is about 15 - 20 mins away. Rock pools are found at the edge and it is coast-guarded in summer. Most guests return many times throughout their stay as it suits all their needs.
There are many activities for the children so their stay will be interesting. Some of the most popular are described below. Brochures on theses and more are provided in all the properties.
Bourbansais:- a zoo where the animals are not in cages. Bouncy castles and play area and picnic area on the grounds.
Cobac Park:- A fun water park.
Prehistoric Park:- Full of dinosaurs and shows how caveman lived.
Aquarium:- This is very impressive as it provides a pool where the children can touch the fish. Now an exciting submarine ride available.
Disneyworld-Paris:-is a 4-hour car journey and many guests go for the day. Or you can take the train from Rennes
PLACES TO VISIT: Dinan is an ancient medieval town overlooking the beautiful Rance Valley, is a 10 minute drive from our home. Renowned for its choice of restaurants and shopping. Wander on foot and admire the half-timbered 15th/16th century houses.
The world famous Mont St. Michel is half an hour away and has been called 'the Marvel of the Western World' owing to its island setting. Its rich history and beauty and of its architecture. Any season of the year leaves an indelible impression. The Cap Frehel is the grandest site on the Breton coast which gives a magnificent coastal panorama (especially beautiful late afternoon).
OR RELAX: Or you can relax here in the countryside with a glass of full bodied red wine with a French sausage from the BBQ while the children explore the surrounding countryside.
The nearest village where there is a bakery and general store is about 3 kms away.