Restored stonebuilt longère of 150m2 habitable surface.
The accommodation comprises of :
Ground-floor : a large entrance leading to a spacious open plan living area with kitchen opened onto dining room, on natural stone floor and a lounge area on oak floorboards. On the ground floor are also a utility room and downstairs wc.
First floor, on wooden floorboards throughout, there are two double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms / wc, a twin bedroom and a single bedroom, plus a bathroom and separate wc.
Large stone walled patio area to the front of the house with an abundance of plants, with barbecue and quality garden furniture. The area is enclosed and safe for children.
Private parking at the front.
This character stone house is set back from the river in Dinan's historic and vibrant port area.
Positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac, but on the doorstep of a good range of restaurants, cafes and a traditional French baker, the house is an ideal base to enjoy riverside walking, cycling or boating and to explore the fortified medieval town of Dinan where there is a wealth of historical monuments and beautiful patrimony. It is one of France's best preserved towns. Many restaurants and boutiques.
There are a range of paths and riverside lanes to enjoy by bike or on foot, leading up to the picturesque villages of Léhon and Taden.
The 'Emerald coast' is a 20 minute easy drive from Dinan. Where there are plenty of destinations to choose from, whether you enjoy sandy beaches or small intimate coves. From the historical walled city of St Malo town to the seaside resorts of Dinard and St Cast, to the stunning bay of St Briac and picturesque fishing peninsula of St Jacut or the dramatic lanscapes of Cap Frehel.
Also, the Rance Valley is a wonderful area of wildlife preservation, with pathways and picturesque fishing villages.
A number of golf courses are within easy access including Dinard, Le Tronchet, le Clos des Ormes, St Cast, St Michel de Plelan, Pleneuf Val André, all within 20 to 40 mins drive.
Dinard airport is about 20 minutes drive, home to Ryanair who offer very cheap flights form the UK. The ferry port of St Malo is also about half an hour by car. The ports of Cherbourg, Caen, Roscoff and Nantes are all within 2 hours drive.
The world heritage site of Mont St Michel is an easy 35 minute drive away as is the regional capital Rennes. The Normandy landing beaches and historic Bayeux can be reached in 2 hours by car. Some visitors take a day trip to Paris on the high speed train link either from Dinan station or Rennes station, and have found it convenient and affordable.
Dinan has a wide range of good restaurants, bistros and traditional bars as well as boutiques and craft shops. The cultural life of the town is vibrant with a theatre and numerous artistic, sporting events and entertainments taking place right through the year