At the cottage Ker Héol (house of the sun in Breton) you will be charmed by the dining area and outdoor relaxation, a real secret spot where nature is queen. As soon as you enter the interior you will be attracted by the lounge bathed in light thanks to the large glass roof that invites you to read and contemplate nature. The dining room, convivial and furnished in solid wood, promises nice discussions around meals concocted in the vast adjoining and fully equipped kitchen. For your comfort you will find a bathroom and a toilet on the ground floor. Upstairs you will find the magnificent glass roof in a room composed of two beds of 90 twin and a lounge area and reading cocooning.
The second bedroom equipped with a bed 2 people and a daybed, bright thanks to its two skylights has a direct access to the bathroom.
Kerguz, small Breton manor house of the XVth in the heart of the Bay of Morlaix, described as one of the most beautiful bays, between the Abers country and the pink granite coast will allow you to discover the beauty of the landscapes and the rich historical heritage from north Brittany.
In the countryside in a hilly landscape surrounded by meadows Kerguz is 2 km from the estuary of Penzé, small port tide, 6 km from the golf course and the beaches of Carantec facing the bull castle which was in 1669 the " winter house "of his governor.
A farmhouse has been restored into two houses. These cottages have conquered those who stopped there and often returned in search of the charm of the place and silence gaily disturbed by the song of birds and the soft murmur of the waterfall and sources that feed the pond.
the gardens are rich with several emblematic regional species (camellias, rhododendrons, azaleas, hydrangeas, roses, succulent exotic plants and cacti).
the cottages have quality services in a neat decor combining old and contemporary.
Welcome to Ker Héol