Why choose this establishment?
Wooden house of 72 m² composed :
On the ground floor of a 22 m living room with kitchen, fridge, induction hob with oven, microwave, Senséo coffee maker, dishwasher, washer-dryer, large cupboard and small sitting room with TV,
a 3.20 m bathroom with walk-in shower
a separate toilet,
a 7-metre bedroom with glazed closets, double bed and TV with Canal Sat.
Upstairs are two 6.5 m bedrooms, one with a double bed and TV, the other with a single bed and desk.
280 m grassy plot with direct view of the sea and the lighthouse of Ile Vierge, equipped with table and benches facing east-west sunshine as well as a fixed barbecue and a garden shed with terrace.
Private hard-standing parking on the property and off-site parking.
Numerous coastal communities in the vicinity will never cease to amaze you with their landscapes.
You'll discover the Pays des Abers and the Côte des Légendes from Kerlouan to Tréglonou, the Abers (Wrach and Benoit), rias influenced by the tides, oyster farming (Belon oysters, mussels and abalone hatchery), the Guissény Natura 2000 site, the Ménéham site in Kerlouan, and numerous hiking trails (GR34) to discover the foreshore.
You can visit the Virgin Island lighthouse (Europe's highest stone lighthouse, with opaline inner walls, 397 steps - it celebrated its 110th birthday in July 2012), take advantage of the sailing or diving club (1 km), go fishing on foot, visit the ports of Roscoff (Brittany Ferries to Ireland) or Le Conquet for the islands of Ouessant, Molène, Sein and Batz.... or go horseback riding or horse-drawn carriage rides.
The town of Plouguerneau offers many possibilities for hiking, the coastline with the rias of Aber Wrach and Aber Benoît is 40 kilometers, where you can contemplate beautiful landscapes, various beaches oriented differently, wild parts torn by the winds of suroit. A breath of fresh air awaits you.
You can also visit the abalone hatchery, the only one of its kind in France. The Abers oysters, with their tanks and on-site tasting, and the world-renowned MADEC oysters.
Opposite Plouguerneau, on the Aber Wrach (named after Jane BIRKIN), a deep-water harbor, a passageway for sailors (end of the Ouessant rail), and home to major races such as the Figaro, with residents such as A. Jourdain. Home port for Père Jaouen's boats (drug rehabilitation): the Bel Espoir and the Rara Avis, host boats all year round for the Friday TV show "THALASSA" on France 3.
You can also see the Breton seaweed harvesters in the port of St. Michel, where the large kelp is plucked from the seabed by a scoubidou, and visit seaweed processing factories (Cargill, condiments for treatments such as beauty masks, and also for treatment institutes such as thalassos, etc.).
We're just 30 minutes from Brest, where there are plenty of places to visit (the brand-new tramway, Océanopolis: an ocean discovery park, the château and maritime prefecture, the ports with the French navy's arsenal).
Main servicesShow all services
- Documentation on hiking routes
- Board games
- Sheet rental
- Whirlpool baths / Jacuzzi
- Sheets and towels included
- Private washing machine
- Private dryer
- 3 bedrooms
- 5 people
- Sea view
- Seaside: 0.1km away
- Close to a hiking trail: 0.1km
- Close to shops: 3.5km
- Near the GR: 0.1km
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Means of payment
- Bank and postal cheques
- From 01/01/2023 to 12/31/2023