Welcome to the well-renowned village Pont-Aven. This picturesque village is located on the west coast of France at the tip of the Aven River. This was once the home of watermill owners and shipping merchants. Today, the river offers shelter to oyster and mussel farms, which are a local delicacy. Drawn by Pont-Aven’s unmatched beauty and light, Paul Gauguin lived here to create much of his work. The artistic community and tradition remains strong. The village is home to the Pont-Aven School of Contemporary Art. The cottage was completely remodeled in the Brittany traditions in 2008. You will be staying in the center of the village. You can enjoy the local restaurants, cafes, bakery shops, markets, art galleries and the marina. Boat and canoe rentals are available seasonally at the port. All of this is within 50 to 300 yards from the house, where you can park your car and start enjoying life in Pont-Aven.
How to get there:
Pont-Aven, France Tourism Office: http://g.co/maps/b835b
If driving by car from Paris, take the direction of Bordeaux/Nantes, freeway A-10 and then A-11 or E-50 towards Le Mans and then Rennes. Then take the N24 towards Quimper/Brest. You will exit at Kerampaou and follow the sign to Pont-Aven. The cottage is located in a small alley between the pharmacy and the optician store. This trip by car will take about 5 hours.
You can also take the plane from Paris Charles de Gaule airport and fly to following cities: Brest, Nantes, Lorient, Quimper
Brest: 50 minutes flight; Once in Brest you can take highway N165 and drive south, you will see an exit sign: Pont Aven. This drive will take about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Coming from England and Ireland
Brittany Ferries: T: 02.98.29.28.28 | www.brittany-ferries.fr
Irish Ferries: T: 02.98.61.17.17 | www.irishferries.fr
This Brittany cottage is located in the heart of Pont-Aven. Everything is ready for you. You can explore the town – visit the numerous art galleries – enjoy local seafood at great restaurants – rent a canoe or walk along the shores of the Aven River. Built in the Brittany tradition around 1895, this house sits in a little alley along a stream called the Penarose. The remodeling was completed in 2008 and assures all comfort no matter what time of the year. Quality furniture and imported American beds will make your stay even more comfortable.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency () unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
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