Mansion built of granite, set on a very well maintained 2 hectare private park, boasting more than 350 different species of trees and plants.
From the house there are many delightful walks you can take through the woods and along public footpaths. A real treat for nature lovers.
This family home is friendly and welcoming and with large windows on all sides you can enjoy the sunshine at anytime time of day. The house has been lovingly furnished in traditional French country style. Each bedroom is spacious and with either it's own sink or with it's own bath/shower and sink (stephanie - I don't think you should mention that the bedding is new as this would be a given). There are working marble fireplaces throughout the house. The layout of the communal rooms and of the bedrooms allows everyone to find their own private space, and the vast central hallway with it's open staircase and large skylight above is particularly charming.
There is a well equipped kitchen, laundry room, TV room and library as well as 2 studies with west facing views out onto the bay of Douarnenez. The house linen and crockery are characterful and have all been carefully chosen over the years. The TV room is spacious and can be closed off so that you can watch a film in total peace. Enjoy the company of family or friends in the large living room, dining room (table seats up to 18 people) and kitchen (table seats 10 people) or watch incredible sunsets on the west facing porch.
After sampling the beauty of the region and it's beaches, you can come back to Parc Trihorn and be lulled by the sound of birds whilst you relax in the shade of 100 year old trees.
The house and grounds are walking distance from the beautiful medieval village of Locronan, a short drive from large sandy beaches, supermarkets, the seaside town of Douarnenez with it's regular food markets and just 20 minutes drive from Quimper and Quimper airport.
House sleeps 12 to 18 people
3 double rooms with own sink
3 double rooms with own sink and bath/shower
2 children's rooms with bunk beds, and own sink
Library (with record player and record collection)
Hifi in kitchen and living room
TNT (Stephanie, is this cable TV? should it be pointed out that it's only french?)
WIFI throughout the house
West facing porch overlooking the garden
Well equipped kitchen with it's own herb garden (large oven, food processor, nespresso machine, microwave oven, collection of cookbooks)
Laundry room (washing machine/dryer)
Dinning room seats 18 and kitchen seats 10
3 WCs, one on each floor
Cleaning and laundry service included (4 hours a week)
Excellent water pressure and water temperature throughout the house
Central heating throughout
Kitchen with table for 10 and fireplace
Living room with fireplace
Dining room with table for 18 and fireplace
Separate TV room
Small newly appointed library with fireplace
Child's bedroom 1, bunkbed, double bed and sink
Shower room, newly installed in 2013
Bedroom 1, King size bed (160/200) with ensuite bath/shower and sink
Bedroom 2, new King size bed (160/200) with ensuite bath/shower and sink
Bedroom 3, new King size bed (160/200) with ensuite bath/shower and sink
Child's bedroom 2, bunk-beds, single bed and sink
Study 1 with west facing sea view
Study 2 with west facing sea view and extra space to sleep one
Bedroom 4 with new king size bed (160/200) and sink
Bedroom 5 with single bed and sink
Bedroom 6 with 2 single beds and sink
Bathroom with shower and WC
This advertiser has been with HomeAway.com since 2012
Speaks english, french
We used to spend all our holidays in this fantastic house during my childhood. My brother and myself are maintening this place in very good shape to please our children, family and friends.
The house is welcoming, for small groups or large tribe. The garden was created by our father and includes a superb collection of trees and flowers of all kinds. We constantly maintain and refurbish the house to keep it nice and confortable. In the past months, we created a large library, one of the bathrooms was entirely redone, new comfortable beds were acquired, etc.
One thousand two hundred kilometers of coastline, half of its municipalities located along the seaside, ... Finistère, at the western tip of France, is an unusual department! Its shores are often cut landscapes, whose wild beauty was softened by a multitude of small beaches ... This is an extraordinary land of culture. The Gothic cathedral of Quimper in the city of Concarneau through the many museums and exhibitions depicting the saga of the painters of the School of Pont-Aven, a few kilometers you can find out what makes today the vitality of brittany heritage.
You will cross the road and traders and pirates in Roscoff, the weavers of cloth Locronan, or the tuna fishermen in Concarneau ... The Raz or Audierne Bay, Lorient, farmlands or interior Arrée Monts, Cornwall is an invitation to stroll and to discover places of legends. Hikers and walkers can take the many coastal paths or paths. Dreamers can, sitting on the rocks, watch the Big Blue ... While others will revel on the beaches and water sports. Beautiful golf courses nearby, offering very different paths in an exceptional and diverse landscape. The important architectural heritage Locronan, preserved very early, has allowed the village to be a member of the small towns of character.
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|Discounts: 14 nights or more: €440 Nightly|
|Refundable damage deposit||€1,500.00|
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