Cottage On The Beach

PR189
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You will love

  • Children making sandcastles 50 mtrs away
  • Watching the sunsets
  • Direct access to a sandy beach
  • Classic seafood and Breton crepes

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  • Length
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  • Town/Village
  • Walking distance to Le Pouldu centre
  • Clohars-Carnoet 5 mins
  • Quimperle 14km
  • Lorient 26km
  • Concarneau 40km
  • Vannes 1 hr 15 mins
  • Airport
  • Brest 129km
  • Shop/Restaurant
  • Restaurant 150 metres
  • Summer Village shop 300 metres
  • Supermarket 3km
  • Beach
  • Beach 50 metres
  • Activity
  • Surf school available locally
  • Golf 19km

Brittany small beachfront cottage - This cheerful property sits right on the lovely, classic Atlantic beach of Le Pouldu, within walking distance of a local restaurant and within easy reach of many renowned Brittany coastal towns and inland villages. You can also walk to a local shop which is open during the season. Furnished with traditional French country antiques, this cottage is an ideal pied-a-terre within a small cluster of beach houses set along a sandy beachfront, one of three at Le Pouldu.

All accommodation is on the ground floor: the upper level is unoccupied. This area is known as the 'Cote Cornouaille', the French Cornwall. Le Pouldu is a lovely seaside village which springs to life in the summer months. Clohars-Carnoet is only 5 minutes' drive away for a good selection of amenities throughout the year, and Quimperle is also within easy reach. There are fabulous walks along the beach and coastal paths directly from the cottage and, once you have built up an appetite, the local area offers a wealth of gastronomic delights, from fresh seafood to classic Breton crepes.

Further afield there are numerous places to visit such as the walled port town of Concarneau and the medieval town of Vannes. This beach cottage in Brittany is always popular with repeat clients, so do book early to avoid disappointment.

Ground floor:
Entrance hall with guest WC
Living room (flat screen TV), patio door to outdoor dining terrace and garden with splendid beach & sea views.
Kitchen/ dining room.
Double bedroom (1.60m - 2m length), patio doors to patio and garden, sea views, ensuite shower room, WC.
Twin bedroom (0.90m), patio doors to patio and garden, sea view.
Bathroom, WC.

Grounds: Direct access to the beach. Outdoor dining terrace, barbecue, good lawn for children to play. Parking alongside the cottage. Access to this cottage is shared with the House on the Beach (PR188). Guests at House on the Beach also share the direct beach access at the bottom of the cottage garden.
Please note: accommodation is only on the ground floor (the first floor remains closed and unoccupied).  The cottage is set in private grounds in a residential position alongside other homes enjoying this beachfront location.  Dogs are not permitted on this beach.

Included: Use of canoe (at own risk). WiFi internet.

Extras:
Winter heating.
Maid Service on request. There is no telephone at this  property.

“ This is a very popular part of Brittany, well known for its coastal scenery, sandy beaches, fishing villages and opportunities for hiking, horse riding, biking and more.Le Pouldu which is nearby has a museum, abbey and is great for children: coves, sandy stretches, rock pools and some fine places to stop for moules and frites. ”

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  • The photos and description don't do it justice

    T Weston

    We stayed at this villa with our two daughters, aged 11 and 14 and we all loved the holiday. The beach is great with the right combination of sand, rock-climbing and waves for body-boarding. It is busy in the afternoons in August, but we could go back to our garden whenever we liked. It was so great not having to lug anything down to the beach! The surf school use part of the beach and they are very friendly, offering instruction in English. You can book for just one lesson or even hire the boards for less. The house has a lovely sunny patio and garden and large bedrooms. The living accommodation is a bit small for four, but it was fine as we had good weather. There isn't any sort of shop that you can walk to, but there are a couple of local supermarkets a short drive away, which are open long hours. If you like Art or history, don't miss Gauguin's old home (a restored inn) in Le Pouldu or the gallery in Pont-Aven (half an hour's drive). Concarneau with it's old walled city makes a good day out. We would definitely consider booking this villa again sometime.

  • We loved sitting on the terrace watching the waves

    Mrs Howes

    Lovely house and owners. Great location. We loved sitting on the terrace watching the waves. Husband enjoyed using the owners' sea kayak. Kitchen well equipped but needed grater and colander.

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