Large house located at the port of St Guenole Penmarc'h, at the entrance to the promenade des Rochers. At the traditional external aspect, house entirely renovated internally; neat decoration.
The price depends on the number of rooms occupied and the period.
A large garage on the ground floor (washing machine and dryer)
At first a bedroom, a bathroom, a large living room (living room, kitchen: electric oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator) with access to a terrace of 45 m² (living room garden and barbecue). A desk. Wireless.
On the floor three rooms and a room of bath.
Electricity and heating billed according to consumption.
In the immediate area, shops, restaurants, many beaches. Enjoy the boats arrive at the port of St Guénolé (market Friday morning), climb the lighthouse Eckmühl. Take the Promenade des Rochers to the beach Pors Carn (Prehistoric Museum) and the Pointe de la Torche (surfing spot). At the chapel of the Madeleine, admire the stained glass windows by Bazaine.
Less than 20 km, the port of Guilvinec, Haliotika, the City of fishing; Bay Audiene, chapels and Tronoen Languidou, World Folk Festival in Plozévet from 19 to 23 August.
In Pont l'Abbé, large market on Thursday and from 8 to 13 July the Brodeuses Day. The beaches and Sainte Marine ports and Ile Tudy.
At 25 km, Quimper, old historic center with its Gothic cathedral and Breton museum; from 19 to 24 July, the Festival of Cornwall.
A little further, Concarneau and its town, the tip of Trévignon, Pont-Aven. From Audierne reach the Pointe du Raz and go to Ile de Sein.
Come spend your holidays in a traditional outside house but inside completely renovated, very comfortable.
For two consecutive weeks, in July August, the rental price is reduced to 1700 euros, 2200 euros for three consecutive weeks.
Outside school holidays, from the beginning of October to the end of June
. possibility to rent for two people, the first floor (plus the garage and the terrace) s: 350 euros the week.
. for all the house, 550 euros.
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