Holiday Home in Finistere, Brittany, France - [001517] House for 6 - 1 Impasse de Kerambarber Rue de la Haie

La Foret Fouesnant < Finistere < Brittany < France

1 Impasse de Kerambarber Rue de la Haie

Self catering House in Finistere Brittany
Reference: 001517
Property Type: House
Sleeps: Bedrooms: Bathrooms: 2
Features: | no pool | no smoking | pets allowed | unsuitable for disabled |
Prices (per week): from €800 to €800

Contact Details

Name: louie calvert
Telephone: 353877980714
Mobile: 353877980714
Languages Spoken: | English | French |


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Beds: | Single Beds (2) | Double Beds (2) | Sofa Beds (1) |
Kitchen: | Oven | Hob | Fridge | Freezer | Microwave | Kettle | Coffee Maker | Toaster | Fitted Cupboards |
Laundry: | Washing Machine | Ironing | Laundry Room |
Outside: | Garden | Garden Furniture | BBQ | Picnic Area |
Entertainment: | TV | Radio | DVD | Book Library |
Communication: | Broadband Internet |
Services: | Towels Provided/Inclusive | Linen Provided/Inclusive | Bikes Provided/Inclusive |
Heating: | Central Heating | Open Fire | Electric Heating |
Games: | Board Games |

Local Information

Towns: 2mins walk from the village of La Foret and 15 mins drive to Quimper or Concarneau
Shops: Boulangerie- patisserie, Deli, creperie, tobac/bar , small supermarket, farmers market
Supermarkets: 2 mins drive Carrefour
Beaches: Blue flag Cap Coz and Kerlevan beaches both sandy
Airports: Brest, Nantes, Quimper
Ferries: Roscoff (1.5h) Cherbourg
Trains: Quimper SNCF

Further Information

The house is a typical Breton house with blue shutters and French windows opening onto a leafy, secluded garden. The village with its 16th century church is within walking distance. The area is crisscrossed with hedged lanes and the coastal walks towards Concarnau and Benodet are magnificent. Pine forests border sandy beaches. There is a sailing school, old port and marina for boating enthusiasts and a golf course on the edge of the estuary. Crepes and cider are Breton specialties, and of course platters of seafood. The Glenan islands are a boat trip away. Medieval Quimper is worth a visit. There are farmer's markets, antique markets and festivals in local villages
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