Villa near Roscoff: Ferme de Trez is a beautiful stone farmhouse on the edge of a wood in the sleepy hamlet of Plouneour-Trez and just 600 metres from the beach! Recently renovated but retaining a wealth of period features, this is a wonderful house, ideal for families to enjoy the very best of this fantastic stretch of coast, known as the 'Cote des Legendes'.
Miles of white sandy beaches and rocky outcrops offer younger families hours of fun building sandcastles and rockpooling. This Brittany beach house is on a large tidal bay which offers great sailing for all abilities. There are sailing schools at Brignogan Plage, and sand-yachting and archery are available at Plouneour-Trez itself. In early August the 'Transbaie' race is fun for all with adults and children building their own sailing craft from recycled materials and setting sail across the bay.
Charming ports with seafront restaurants dot this idyllic coastline close to this Brittany beach house, serving fresh fish dishes and more. Getting there couldn't be easier as it is just 45 minutes from either the ferry at Roscoff, or the airport at Brest. Yet once you are here, it seems like a world away from the stresses of everyday life.
Large farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room .
Living/dining room (TV,DVD,integral music system available in all rooms) large fireplace.
Second summer kitchen with indoor barbecue.
Two guest WCs
Double bedroom , ensuite bathroom.
Mezzanine with small sitting area.
Two double bedrooms.
Landscaped gardens with mature trees on the edge of a small wood. Large terrace, outdoor barbecue area, 10.5m x 5m pool with retractable shelter (depth up to 1.5m), pool house.
In the hamlet of Plouneour-Trez, beach 600 metres, nearest restaurant under 1 mile. Brignogan-Plage 1.2 miles with lovely port, restaurants, cafes. Brest airport or Roscoff Ferry port 45 mins. Sailing, windsurfing, deep sea fishing, sand-yachting, archery locally.
4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 shower room, 4 WC
PRIVATE 10.5m x 5m POOL with retractable shelter
BEACH 600 metres
A haven for water sports (there are even wrecks to scuba to, or kayak over at low tide), sandy beaches and rock pools (containing shellfish, winkles, prawns...and if you are lucky, a spider crab!) Plenty of places to eat and experience the local Breton cuisine.