Price Guide• Low From €280.00 per week • Mid From €375.00 per week • High From €490.00 per week
Enquiring via Holiday Tots means...Never paying more, as all bookings are handled directly with owners. Owner's offer: Brittany Ferry discount
Adults will like:quiet rural location - B&B available - bikes available - exploring the chateaux, forests and lakes
Children will like:friendly farm animals - gardens to let off steam in - the story of the Breton Fairies
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Overview - Property ref CMC1KN
What a perfect location for this farmhouse amidst rolling fields yet on the doorstep of the beautiful Côte du Granit Rose.
A mere 20 minutes drive from the award-winning seaside resort of Perros Guirec, this traditional Breton farmhouse is close to the picturesque Leguer valley and perfect for exploring the chateaux, forests and lakes of central Brittany.
You’ll be spoilt for choice with the activities and attractions on offer in the surrounding Côte du Granit Rose with its marvellous sandy beaches and great tumbles of pink granite rock, sculpted by the wind into strange shapes.
Children will be enchanted to hear that according to Breton folklore the rocks were home to the Margot-la-Fee, tiny reclusive fairies who tended their fairy cattle and sheep. You might have caught them sunbathing on the rose-pink stones and if you asked nicely they would share their bread and milk…
This is a pretty single-storey cottage, with two bedrooms sleeping up to 4 people. As well as the double and twin bedrooms it has an open plan living room and kitchen, a shower room with toilet, and a sunny south facing terrace at the front for al fresco dining, or for use of the barbeque.
The cottage is equipped with a washing machine, microwave, and a conventional gas oven. It has TV with English and French channels, plus access to the internet. Firewood is provided free of charge, if required. There is a garden with swings, space for ball games, and bikes for you to borrow.
The north facing windows look out onto open fields, bordered by our cider-apple trees. The nearest field is home to two donkeys, a pony, and a horse.
The chicken coop can be seen from the south facing windows – the chickens are daily providers of fresh, free-range eggs (available to guests on request, together with a variety of home grown vegetables).