Brittany House in the heart of celtic Brittanny

Brittany House in the heart of celtic Brittanny




Oct 2010

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6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 9
2 Bathrooms
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About our home

Our house is located in the heart of Arhées mountains, the historical center of Celtic Brittany culture. It is perfect for a family because of the number of rooms. This house has been built in 1905, it has the advantage and the look of an old house (fireplaces in each rooms) and the facilities of a modern one.
It has been totally renovated 6 years ago. If you like to find a very special place which can tell you stories, it is the right place.


More about us

  1. We are a five people family: Christophe, who is teacher for handicapped people, is 42. Françoise, who is a primary school teacher, is 41. We have 3 children: Camille who is 16, Emma who is 12, and Paul who is 11.
    We like museums, food and discovering abroad way of life.
    We are involved in different associations: sports (Christophe is soccer coach, manager of a music festival, and sings in a doo wap choir, Françoise is an artistic roller coach, and the children all love sports).
    We speak English and a little bit of German.

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Where is it?


We are located in the Armoric county parc which has more than twenty different museums to visit (cider museum, wolf museum, old occupations museum,...). we are 20 minutes far from the sea, and its wonderful iroise parc. One of the most beautiful French village (Locronan) is 25 minutes far from our house. You can also see the medieval cities of Quimper, Concarneau and Huelgoat.
We are five hours and a half from Paris (by car).
You can eat sea food, and a special dish which name is "Kig a farz" (brittanic name), there also is a 2 Michelin stars restaurant 20mn far from the house ("Belin" in Plomodiern).

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