Located in the center of the quaint historical village of Guéméne sur scorff, this beautiful 17thC house has been restored with huge amounts of dedication and care to offer a luxurious holiday space. Surrounded by the local bars & restaurants, boulangeries, shops, banks & supermarkets, this is a perfect place for couples, families (4yrs and up- children need to be confident with walking up and down stairs independently), and small groups who would like a getaway and enjoy the option of being close to amenities & with plenty of options to explore the countryside & coast.
Book with us and receive a 20% discount with Brittany Ferries.
The main house has a lovely sense of calm with enough space to sleep up to 5 people. There is an option of one additional person sleeping in a separate studio.
On the ground floor is the main sitting room with large leather sofas, free view UK TV, free view French TV, a dvd player, music playing system and restored fireplace; joining onto a well-appointed kitchen with dishwasher, butlers sink, electric oven, gas hobs & long antique wooden table with plenty of room for group meals. The double glass doors give a feeling of space and opens out onto a small stylish balcony.
The main bedroom is located on the first floor & sleeps two -one king size or two singles- is light and spacious, with a mini library and looks out onto the main street. Also located on the first floor is a main luxurious bathroom, with a large shower, an original cast iron bath and heated towel rail.
The top 2nd floor is open planned & bright with the option of one king size or two singles at one end; and at the opposite end the option of a quiet sitting space with views over the back of the village - or - convert the double sofa into a double bed making the possibility for another room for one.
Facing the main house is a small tranquil studio for yoga/ mediation/ movement/ music/reading and with the possibility of sleeping one extra person.
Garden- Set behind the studio are two private gardens with extra outdoor seating and a bbq.
Guéméne is a pretty little village surrounded by wooded hillsides. Dating back to the 15th century with its historic monuments and picturesque buildings it provides culture and interest to many visitors every year. Its most famous for its ‘Andouille’ and to celebrate, there is a big Andouille festival at the end of August each year with wonderful Breton music and dancing in traditional costumes. The Scorff Valley is rich, with protected natural and historical heritage, & has 400km of marked trails to discover, running between woodland and river.