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Arnaud Tamin
Chateauneuf du Faou


1 reviews

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price from €69





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Welcome to L'EAU VIVE!

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and find tranquility in our charming renovated stone farmhouse. With its rustic beams and slate roof, our secluded pastoral setting offers a peaceful retreat. We are located just 3 km (2 miles) away from the picturesque town of Chateauneuf du Faou in the heart of Central Brittany.

Indulge in ultimate relaxation as you enjoy our heated pool and jacuzzi, surrounded by lush greenery, all at no extra cost. Whether you are staying for one night or more, our private suite awaits you. Opening directly onto the pool and jacuzzi area, your suite features a comfortable double bed, private toilet and wash basin. The shared bathroom, equipped with a shower and bath, is available for your use. We provide towels, a mini fridge, a flat screen TV, and Wi-Fi for your convenience.

Rest assured that your vehicle will be safely parked by the house. As you arrive, you will be warmly greeted by the owner and his four ultra-friendly dogs, who share our waterside property. Start your day with a complimentary continental breakfast, featuring crusty French bread, local butter, fresh farm eggs, and more. We are flexible with our breakfast hours to suit your schedule.

In the vicinity, you can explore the scenic Nantes/Brest canal, known as a paradise for fishing, and take a leisurely stroll along its towpath. Horse lovers will appreciate the nearby equestrian center, while hikers can embark on various trails between the Black Mountains (Montagnes Noires) and the Monts d'Arrée (373m). Don't miss the opportunity to visit the enchanting Château of Trévarez and its beautiful park.

Please note that check-in is between 3.00 pm and 8.00 pm, and check-out is between 7.30 am and 11.00 am.


Appréciations pour L'eau Vive, Chateauneuf du Faou:

Review by: DELUBAC, Aou 15 2014 3:13PM
Push the little gate,
your look will not stop contemplating the site ; the very well restored old farm is splendidly fitted out ; the cosy inside is minutely decorated. The outside space 'eau vive -spool and jacuzzi' are lovely
The welcome, the courtesy and a big heart of kindnesses are fantastic
Attention you think of being at your home !!!
Our only regret = to live too far to come there more often !!!!


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  • Château de Trévarez - Located in Saint-Goazec, this stunning castle is surrounded by beautiful gardens and offers guided tours of its impressive interior. The castle also hosts various exhibitions and events throughout the year.
  • Monts d'Arrée - A mountain range in the Armorique Regional Natural Park, Monts d'Arrée offers breathtaking landscapes, including moorlands, lakes, and rocky peaks. It is a paradise for hikers, nature lovers, and photographers.
  • Quimper - This charming city is known for its well-preserved medieval center and its stunning gothic-style Quimper Cathedral. Visitors can explore the narrow streets, visit the Musée des Beaux-Arts, and admire the traditional pottery for which Quimper is renowned.
  • Locronan - A picturesque village with cobblestone streets, Locronan is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture. It has been a popular filming location for several movies and offers visitors a glimpse into the past with its charming houses and craft shops.
  • Menez-Hom - A prominent hill in Brittany, Menez-Hom provides panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, including the Bay of Douarnenez and the Crozon Peninsula. It is a great spot for hiking and paragliding.
  • Huelgoat Forest - A magical forest located near the town of Huelgoat, it is known for its moss-covered rocks, ancient trees, and the enchanting "Chaos de Rochers" (chaos of rocks) formations. Visitors can explore various trails and discover hidden gems like the famous "Devil's Cave."
  • Concarneau - A charming coastal town, Concarneau is famous for its picturesque walled old town (Ville Close). Visitors can walk along the ramparts, explore the narrow streets lined with shops and restaurants, and visit the impressive 14th-century Château de Concarneau.
  • Pont-Aven - This small town on the banks of the Aven River is known as an artist's haven. It inspired renowned painters such as Paul Gauguin and offers a delightful atmosphere with its art galleries, charming harbor, and riverside walks.
  • Haliotika - Located in Guilvinec, Haliotika is a popular interactive museum dedicated to the fishing industry. Visitors can learn about the local maritime heritage, explore the aquarium, and even experience a virtual fishing trip. 10. Pointe du Raz - Known as the westernmost point of Brittany, Pointe du Raz is a dramatic headland with cliffs that plunge into the Atlantic Ocean. The site offers stunning coastal views, walking trails, and a visitor center where you can learn about the local flora, fauna, and history.