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Beautiful Self Catering Holiday Cottage with Heated Pool in Central Brittany - Maison Madeleine

Weekly Rental:From EUR 800 to EUR 1200

Property

Houses

Sleeps

10

Single/Double

4 / 3

Bathrooms

4

Pets

Not Allowed

Pool

Yes

Welcome to our two lovely holiday sites (Kermarch & Lustruyen) situated in the heart of the beautiful countryside of Central Brittany.
We offer a selection of self catering cottages / gites suitable for all ages and group sizes. Both of our sites are only 15 minutes from lake Guerlédan (the largest man made lake in Europe at 400 hectares) which offers boating, many watersports, fishing and beaches. In peak season there are boat trips and a floating restaurant. It is also only 30/40 minutes to the coast, but if you find all that too energetic. Each site has a heated, fenced swimming pool, simply relax and enjoy!

Maison Madeleine - Sleeps: 6 adults - 4 children and cot​

Located on the Kermarch site but away from the farmhouse and cottage are Maisons Madeleine and Marie. These two semi detached cottages next to each other were recently converted from an old seventeenth century house and stable and offer very bright, comfortable accommodation. Both properties share access to the swimming pool with the farmhouse and cottage. Madeleine is the larger of these two properties and sleeps 6 adults - 4 children and cot.

These two properties can be rented separately or together making them ideal for larger family groups.

The front door opens into a fully tiled kitchen/lounge area. The lounge has 2 sofas plus armchairs, flat screened TV with freeview, video and DVD player. There is a good selection of books/videos and some DVDs.

The kitchen is fitted with a stainless steel gas oven/hob, fridge/freezer, microwave oven, dishwasher and washing machine. There are plenty of good quality crockery, cutlery and glasses as well as kettle, toaster, coffee machine, hand blender, ironing board, iron, clothes airer, hoover etc. Free wireless broadband access WIFI   

Large French doors open onto a patio area with tables and chairs, parasols and BBQ. Off the lounge is a double bedroom with dual aspect windows, a twin bedroom and a shower room and toilet.  

Upstairs are two triple bedrooms each with a double & single bed and a bathroom.

Outside

There is a large lawn area outside of both Madeleine and Marie which has been very popular with holidaymakers with young children as there are lots of toys,swing slide etc here and it enables parents to keep an eye on their children from inside the cottage or relax with a drink outside with their children in full view whilst they are playing. Across the lawn area is the boules court and large playing field for cricket, football, rounders etc.   

PHOTOS

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Microwave Toaster Kettle Dish Washer Washing Machine

Fixtures & Equipment

Iron TV Satellite DVD Player Internet Access Table Tennis

External Features

Shared Pool - Heated Private Garden BBQ Trampoline Swing Sun Loungers : Yes Suitable for Children

Local Attractions

• Armoripark

Large amusement park at Begard with an indoor and outdoor pool with cascades, three water slides, trampolines, bowling, 130 metre toboggan run, water chutes, bumper boats, pedal karts and buggies, mini golf, summer sledge, toddlers playground. Restaurant and café.

• Les Aquatides

Leisure centre at Loudeac with 70 metre giant waterslide swirling river, play area for toddlers with fountain, paddling pool and mini pool.

• La Récré des 3 Curés

Leisure /amusement park 5 minutes from Brest with carousel, giant slide, lake, dodgem boats, little train, wild ride, trampolines, cable car, bouncy castles, go karting, aquapistol, pirate ship, scenic railway, The volcano, The Tempest, mini farm and river splash and a 500 metre summer toboggan run.Restaurant and café.

• Cobac park

Set in 12 hectares of woodland between Rennes and Saint Malo offering some 30 activities including a carousel, mini golf, go karting, The Rapids( descend in inflatable boats),monkey bridges, trains, wildlife museum, swimming pool with chutes, quad track, bouncy castles. Restaurant and café.

• La Bourbansais

Zoo and park between Rennes and Saint Malo. Visit the listed château which house the furniture and treasures of Count of Lorgeril’s ancestors. Large formal gardens, game areas, picnic and barbecue areas and large green floral areas to allow visitors to observe the numerous wild species wandering about : Ostriches ,Zebras, Gibbons, Macaws, Wolves, Stags, Does, Monkeys ,etc

• Trégomeur Zoo

Founded twenty years ago this zoo in the Ic valley allows you from island to island to observe the monkeys, lions, Sumatrian tigers, wallabies, kangaroos etc

• Alligator Bay Reptilarium at Mont Saint Michel

See more than 300 tortoises living in large landscaped gardens some weighing more than 100 kg and more than a 100 years old. Crocodiles,Caimans Alligators and then visit go into the large reptile house with tunnels, ladders you can climb, pyramids and glass towers with boas, pythons, iguanas, monitor lizards and chameleons.

• Oceanopolis


‘The’ ocean discovery park near Brest. Visit the three thematic pavilions Polar, Tropical and Temperate containing 10,000 animals representing 1000 species. Recreated habitat in the polar pavilion with 40 penguins. Real pack ice for the seals of the far North! Enjoy watching the seals play.

• Fort La Latte

Fort-la-Latte or Castle of La Latte is a castle located about 4 km southeast of Cap Fréhel and about 35 km west of Saint-Malo, in the commune of Fréhel, Côtes-d'Armor, Brittany, France. It is a famous tourist attraction on the Cote d'Émeraude in the northeast of Brittany. This impressive castle was built on a small piece of land at the Baie de la Fresnaye in the 13th century.

• Trieux steam train

Have a trip back in time: come and discover the Trieux Valley between Paimpol and Pontrieux on board a steam train!

• Planetarium de Bretagne

“Cosmopolis” One of Europes largest digital planetariums at Pleumeur-Bodou.

• Boat trips

Boat trips from Saint Quay Portrieux or Binic along the coast.
Boat trips from Erquy or Dahouet around the bay of Saint Brieuc.
Boat trips from Perros-Guirec to Brehat and discover the l’archipel des 7 Iles.

• Prehistoric park near Rochefort en Terre

20 hectares of wild woodland with 5 lakes ancient wells, slate quarries dotted with 30scenes of dinosaurs and the evolution of man.

• Poul Fetan

Living museum set in an old Breton village portraying life in the middle of the 19th Century near Quistinic in Morbihan.

• Horse riding

There is a riding school at Glomel for five years old and upwards with 20 horses and ponies with lessons and treks from 1 to 3 hours. Kreiz Breizh horse and carts at Lanrivain by appointment horse and cart rides, treks through nature and old villages 1 ½ to 2 ½ hours.

Guerlédan Riding school near the lake from 5 years old. 26 horses and ponies, lessons, 1 to 3 hour treks. Instruction by a former French show jumping champion.

• Cycling

The local area is ideal for bike riding with many small quiet country lanes to explore. Cycle along the tow path of the Nantes/ Brest canal or from Carhaix to Loudeac passing by Lac Guerlédan you can now cycle along the 111 kilometre long consolidated sand trail following the tracks of the old railway line.If you want to leave the track there are 24 round trips which vary in length from 4 ½ to 16 ½ km.

• Fishing

You can buy a day ticket and fish for rainbow trout or brown trout in the lakes at Corlay and Beaucours at Saint Nicolas du Pelem which are both only five minutes from Kermarch or 15 minutes from Lustruyen.Other permits for river fishing are available in the Bar/Tabac at Saint Nicolas du Pelem.

• Golf

There are lots of golf courses in Brittany . Under an hour away are:

Pleneuf-val-andre (18 hole /72 par)
Golfe de Boisgelin at Plehedel-Lanvollon (18 hole/par 67)
Les Ajoncs d’or at Lantic (18 hole/par 72)
La Criniere at Morieux ( 9 hole / 36par)
Begard ( 9 hole /24 par)

There is mini golf at Gouarec and crazy golf at Mur de Bretagne

• Quadbiking

Quadbiking for children and adults near Lac Guerledan.

• Eating out
Henry IV at Rostrenen

Plenty of places to eat well near both the Kermarch and Lustruyen sites.
We can highly recommend for a really nice evening out in delightful surroundings overlooking a lake with excellent food the Auberge Pellinec at Canihuel. The top menu at 34 Euros starts with langoustine and lobster salad , followed by sole with rice and vegetables, then filet steak with fois gras, cheese and a dessert from the menu.

If seafood is top of your agenda then try the Henry IV at Rostrenen. Depending on your appetite you can order a plate of seafood (fruits de mer) or the larger platter as well as the extensive a la carte menu and set menus. Great food at reasonable prices.

In the centre of Rostrenen tucked in the corner near the church is Le Kumquat pizza restaurant, freshly baked and delicious but get there early or book as always very busy.

Sample of a lunchtime menu for the week at a nearby restaurant that welcomes children. Meals include a bottle of wine and water on the table and bread and butter. The cost is around 10 Euros (£7) Children under 5 free and between 5 and 10 its 5 Euros.

• Markets

The nearest is at Rostrenen on a Tuesday morning with the main part near the church but dotted along the side streets. Lots of different general stalls, food, plants clothes etc and also live chickens/turkeys and ducks.

• Beaches and watersports

The largest lake in Brittany, Lac Guerlédan is close by (15 mins)and offers all types of watersports including sailing, canoe:kayak, water skiing, pedalos, swimming, fishing, boat trips etc.as well as sandy beaches and restaurants. Lake Guerledan is being drained in Spring/Summer 2015. This is the first time for a number of years and you will be able to walk around the old slate quarry and village buried beneath the lake.

The coast is 40 minutes away with some of the best beaches such as Pléneuf-Val-André and Erquy under an hour. Perros- Guirec,Tregastel and Ploumanach on the pink granite coast are between 1 ¼ - 1 ½ hours away.

Special Rental Conditions

To reserve The Property, The Client should complete and sign the Booking Form and return it together with payment of the initial non-refundable deposit (25%) of the total rent due. Following receipt of the Booking Form and deposit, The Owner will send a confirmation email. This is the formal acceptance of the Booking.

The balance of the rent together with security deposit is payable not less than eight weeks before the start of the rental period. If payment is not received by the due date, The Owner reserves the right to give notice in writing that the reservation is canceled. Reservations made within eight weeks of the start of the rental period require full payment at the time of booking.

A security deposit of £100 / €150 for every week or part week of the rental period is required in case of, for example, damage to The Property or its contents. However, the sum reserved by this clause shall not limit The Client’s liability to The Owner. The Owner will account to The Client for the security deposit and refund the balance due within two weeks after the end of the rental period. Any chargeable expenses arising during the rental period (e.g. telephone calls) will be deducted from the deposit.

The rental period shall commence at 4pm on the first day and finish at 10am on the last day. The Owner shall not be obliged to offer accommodation before the time stated and The Client shall not be entitled to remain in occupation after the time stated.

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Property Exterior

Shared Pool (Heated):
Yes
Private Garden:
Yes
Near a Beach:
Yes
BBQ:
Yes
Trampoline:
Yes
Childrens Swing:
Yes
Sun Loungers:
Yes
Safe for Children:
Yes

Local Attractions

• Armoripark

Large amusement park at Begard with an indoor and outdoor pool with cascades, three water slides, trampolines, bowling, 130 metre toboggan run, water chutes, bumper boats, pedal karts and buggies, mini golf, summer sledge, toddlers playground. Restaurant and café.

• Les Aquatides

Leisure centre at Loudeac with 70 metre giant waterslide swirling river, play area for toddlers with fountain, paddling pool and mini pool.

• La Récré des 3 Curés

Leisure /amusement park 5 minutes from Brest with carousel, giant slide, lake, dodgem boats, little train, wild ride, trampolines, cable car, bouncy castles, go karting, aquapistol, pirate ship, scenic railway, The volcano, The Tempest, mini farm and river splash and a 500 metre summer toboggan run.Restaurant and café.

• Cobac park

Set in 12 hectares of woodland between Rennes and Saint Malo offering some 30 activities including a carousel, mini golf, go karting, The Rapids( descend in inflatable boats),monkey bridges, trains, wildlife museum, swimming pool with chutes, quad track, bouncy castles. Restaurant and café.

• La Bourbansais

Zoo and park between Rennes and Saint Malo. Visit the listed château which house the furniture and treasures of Count of Lorgeril’s ancestors. Large formal gardens, game areas, picnic and barbecue areas and large green floral areas to allow visitors to observe the numerous wild species wandering about : Ostriches ,Zebras, Gibbons, Macaws, Wolves, Stags, Does, Monkeys ,etc

• Trégomeur Zoo

Founded twenty years ago this zoo in the Ic valley allows you from island to island to observe the monkeys, lions, Sumatrian tigers, wallabies, kangaroos etc

• Alligator Bay Reptilarium at Mont Saint Michel

See more than 300 tortoises living in large landscaped gardens some weighing more than 100 kg and more than a 100 years old. Crocodiles,Caimans Alligators and then visit go into the large reptile house with tunnels, ladders you can climb, pyramids and glass towers with boas, pythons, iguanas, monitor lizards and chameleons.

• Oceanopolis


‘The’ ocean discovery park near Brest. Visit the three thematic pavilions Polar, Tropical and Temperate containing 10,000 animals representing 1000 species. Recreated habitat in the polar pavilion with 40 penguins. Real pack ice for the seals of the far North! Enjoy watching the seals play.

• Fort La Latte

Fort-la-Latte or Castle of La Latte is a castle located about 4 km southeast of Cap Fréhel and about 35 km west of Saint-Malo, in the commune of Fréhel, Côtes-d'Armor, Brittany, France. It is a famous tourist attraction on the Cote d'Émeraude in the northeast of Brittany. This impressive castle was built on a small piece of land at the Baie de la Fresnaye in the 13th century.

• Trieux steam train

Have a trip back in time: come and discover the Trieux Valley between Paimpol and Pontrieux on board a steam train!

• Planetarium de Bretagne

“Cosmopolis” One of Europes largest digital planetariums at Pleumeur-Bodou.

• Boat trips

Boat trips from Saint Quay Portrieux or Binic along the coast.
Boat trips from Erquy or Dahouet around the bay of Saint Brieuc.
Boat trips from Perros-Guirec to Brehat and discover the l’archipel des 7 Iles.

• Prehistoric park near Rochefort en Terre

20 hectares of wild woodland with 5 lakes ancient wells, slate quarries dotted with 30scenes of dinosaurs and the evolution of man.

• Poul Fetan

Living museum set in an old Breton village portraying life in the middle of the 19th Century near Quistinic in Morbihan.

• Horse riding

There is a riding school at Glomel for five years old and upwards with 20 horses and ponies with lessons and treks from 1 to 3 hours. Kreiz Breizh horse and carts at Lanrivain by appointment horse and cart rides, treks through nature and old villages 1 ½ to 2 ½ hours.

Guerlédan Riding school near the lake from 5 years old. 26 horses and ponies, lessons, 1 to 3 hour treks. Instruction by a former French show jumping champion.

• Cycling

The local area is ideal for bike riding with many small quiet country lanes to explore. Cycle along the tow path of the Nantes/ Brest canal or from Carhaix to Loudeac passing by Lac Guerlédan you can now cycle along the 111 kilometre long consolidated sand trail following the tracks of the old railway line.If you want to leave the track there are 24 round trips which vary in length from 4 ½ to 16 ½ km.

• Fishing

You can buy a day ticket and fish for rainbow trout or brown trout in the lakes at Corlay and Beaucours at Saint Nicolas du Pelem which are both only five minutes from Kermarch or 15 minutes from Lustruyen.Other permits for river fishing are available in the Bar/Tabac at Saint Nicolas du Pelem.

• Golf

There are lots of golf courses in Brittany . Under an hour away are:

Pleneuf-val-andre (18 hole /72 par)
Golfe de Boisgelin at Plehedel-Lanvollon (18 hole/par 67)
Les Ajoncs d’or at Lantic (18 hole/par 72)
La Criniere at Morieux ( 9 hole / 36par)
Begard ( 9 hole /24 par)

There is mini golf at Gouarec and crazy golf at Mur de Bretagne

• Quadbiking

Quadbiking for children and adults near Lac Guerledan.

• Eating out
Henry IV at Rostrenen

Plenty of places to eat well near both the Kermarch and Lustruyen sites.
We can highly recommend for a really nice evening out in delightful surroundings overlooking a lake with excellent food the Auberge Pellinec at Canihuel. The top menu at 34 Euros starts with langoustine and lobster salad , followed by sole with rice and vegetables, then filet steak with fois gras, cheese and a dessert from the menu.

If seafood is top of your agenda then try the Henry IV at Rostrenen. Depending on your appetite you can order a plate of seafood (fruits de mer) or the larger platter as well as the extensive a la carte menu and set menus. Great food at reasonable prices.

In the centre of Rostrenen tucked in the corner near the church is Le Kumquat pizza restaurant, freshly baked and delicious but get there early or book as always very busy.

Sample of a lunchtime menu for the week at a nearby restaurant that welcomes children. Meals include a bottle of wine and water on the table and bread and butter. The cost is around 10 Euros (£7) Children under 5 free and between 5 and 10 its 5 Euros.

• Markets

The nearest is at Rostrenen on a Tuesday morning with the main part near the church but dotted along the side streets. Lots of different general stalls, food, plants clothes etc and also live chickens/turkeys and ducks.

• Beaches and watersports

The largest lake in Brittany, Lac Guerlédan is close by (15 mins)and offers all types of watersports including sailing, canoe:kayak, water skiing, pedalos, swimming, fishing, boat trips etc.as well as sandy beaches and restaurants. Lake Guerledan is being drained in Spring/Summer 2015. This is the first time for a number of years and you will be able to walk around the old slate quarry and village buried beneath the lake.

The coast is 40 minutes away with some of the best beaches such as Pléneuf-Val-André and Erquy under an hour. Perros- Guirec,Tregastel and Ploumanach on the pink granite coast are between 1 ¼ - 1 ½ hours away.

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This Property is situated in Cotes-d`Armor, Brittany

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