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Lovely Town House situated in Old Town Rochefort en Terre, Brittany - No 26 Gite

Weekly Rental: From GBP 240 to GBP 495
Description of Property
Owner
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Paul & Diana Cowley
General Information
Changeover Day:
Sleeps min:
2
Sleeps max:
4
Pets Allowed:
No
Linen Provided:
Yes
Towels Provided:
Yes
Wheelchairs:
Inaccessible
Parking Spaces:
Yes
Accommodation
Single Beds:
Double Beds
2
Sofa Beds
Cots
Bathrooms
1
Separate WCs
Dining Room Chairs
Yes
Lounge Seats
Yes
Fixtures & Equipment
Cooker/Hob, Fridge, Freezer, Kettle, Log Fire
Other Interior Facilities
Location Information
This Property is situated in Morbihan, Brittany

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Owner
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Paul & Diana Cowley

Rental Rates for this Property
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Special Rental Conditions
The property is available all year round. In season, minimum 7 day lettings. Shorter periods available out of season.

Prices include all linen, towels and cleaning. Firewood available to purchase at cooler times of year. Contact owners to order

Arrival time 4pm or after and depart by 10am. Sorry no pets allowed. No smoking allowed in the house!

Caution : A £45 (€50) deposit by cheque will be asked for prior to arrival - fully refundable in the event of no breakages.
Owner
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Paul & Diana Cowley
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Property Exterior
Safe for Children:
Yes
Owner
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Paul & Diana Cowley
Local Attractions
• A flower fest
Klotz encouraged the local residents to dress their houses with geraniums, a tradition which continues, leading to Rochefort winning many awards for being one of France’s most beautiful villages in bloom.

• A mixed bag
The best way to explore Rochefort is to wander around its attractive streets admiring the mix of architectural styles, which range from 16th-century half-timbered buildings like the Café de la Pente to symmetrical stone-built Renaissance structures like the Post Office in Rue Notre Dame de la Tronchaye. From April to September, the streets are illuminated from dusk until midnight.

• Take the biscuit
As you’d expect from a ‘little town of character’ with an arty past, the streets are dotted with artists and craftspeople: potters, a candle maker, a toymaker ……… but don’t leave town without visiting one of the artisan biscuit makers like Le Rucher Fleuri in Rue du Porche, which is highly regarded throughout the region for its pain d’épices. Whichever shop you visit look upwards: Rochefort is known for its unusual and colourful signs.
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Paul & Diana Cowley


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