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Kristen Le Roux
32 avenue du Général De Gaulle
Brignogan Plages


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Located in a secluded garden, The Bleue House offers a nostalgic holiday experience for up to 4 people. The owner's passion for antiques and collectibles is evident in the charming decor, which seamlessly combines comfort and originality. In addition to the tastefully furnished accommodations, the owner takes delight in providing small luxuries such as scented bed sheets, vibrant flower arrangements, and freshly baked croissants each morning. Whether you're planning a week-long getaway or just passing through, The Bleue House warmly welcomes guests of all types. The house features a master bedroom with a spacious double bed and a separate room with two single beds for children. The living area includes a cozy lounge with a television, hi-fi system, and Wi-Fi access, as well as a dining area, fully equipped kitchen, and convenient wet room. All bed linen and kitchen appliances are brand new, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay for all visitors.

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Kristen, an interior decoration enthusiast with a love for charming homes, presents four holiday accommodations in Brignogan Plages, a picturesque seaside village on the Coast of Legends in Finistere, North West Brittany. Immerse yourself in the captivating tales of sailors, leprechauns, and fairies as you explore the diverse landscapes of this untamed coast.

Conveniently situated within the village, all the "blue houses" are just a short stroll away from the beaches. Whether you're looking to spend a night, a weekend, or a whole week, each home offers a charming atmosphere, exceptional quality, and comfortable amenities. The color blue, whether it's the house's paint, a decorative accent, or the hues of the surrounding sea and sky, embodies tranquility and serenity.

Kristen's house features a master bedroom with a spacious double bed for adults and a separate room with two single beds for the kids. The living area includes a cozy lounge with a TV, hi-fi system, and WiFi access, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a convenient wet room. All bed linen and kitchen appliances are brand new, ensuring a fresh and comfortable stay.

Take advantage of the covered decking area, perfect for savoring a refreshing drink in the evening sunshine. Additionally, an outdoor room allows you to enjoy meals while cooking your freshly caught fish on the barbecue. The private and enclosed garden provides a peaceful retreat from the wind, complete with comfortable seating and a rocking chair that will transport you into a world of relaxation and leisure.


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• Take the express road "Rennes - Brest" N12 and exit at "Landerneau", then head towards "Lesneven" and finally Brignogan. The avenue du Général de Gaulle is located at the entrance of the village. Go to number 32 and park your vehicle in the parking lot.
• If you are traveling by TGV, you can either get off at Morlaix station (40 km away) or Brest station (40 km away).
• If you prefer to fly, the nearest airport is Brest Guipavas (30 km away).
• If you are taking a bus, you can either take Line 38 from Brest to Lesneven and Brignogan, or Line 39 from Landerneau to Brignogan.
• If you are arriving by ferry, you will arrive at Roscoff, which is 30 km away.



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  • Phare de Pontusval: Located just a short distance from Brignogan Plages, Phare de Pontusval is a picturesque lighthouse situated on the rocky coastline. Visitors can admire the stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding cliffs.
  • Musée des Phares et Balises: Situated in Ouessant, about 20 kilometers off the coast from Brignogan Plages, this museum showcases the history and significance of lighthouses and beacons. It offers an interesting insight into the maritime heritage of the region.
  • Jardin Exotique de Roscoff: Located in Roscoff, approximately 30 kilometers away, this beautiful exotic garden is filled with a wide variety of plants from different continents. Visitors can explore the vibrant displays and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere.
  • Île de Batz: Just off the coast of Roscoff, Île de Batz is a small island that can be reached by a short ferry ride. It offers picturesque landscapes, sandy beaches, and charming villages. The island is perfect for a day trip or a leisurely walk.
  • Château de Kerjean: Situated in Saint-Vougay, around 12 kilometers from Brignogan Plages, this Renaissance-style castle is a well-preserved historical monument. Visitors can explore its grand rooms, beautiful gardens, and learn about the castle's intriguing history.
  • Cairn de Barnenez: Located in Plouezoc'h, approximately 40 kilometers away, this Neolithic monument is one of the oldest in Europe. The site consists of massive stone structures and burial chambers, providing a fascinating glimpse into prehistoric times.
  • Les Abers: The Abers are estuaries in the northern Finistère region, offering scenic views and picturesque coastal villages. Visitors can enjoy activities like hiking, sailing, and exploring the charming towns of L'Aber-Wrac'h and L'Aber-Benoît.
  • Enclos Paroissiaux: These parish enclosures, found throughout the Finistère region, are architectural masterpieces consisting of churches, calvaries, and ossuaries. The enclosures in Saint-Thégonnec and Guimiliau are particularly renowned for their intricate sculptures and historical significance.
  • Musée de la Fraise et du Patrimoine: Located in Plougastel-Daoulas, approximately 50 kilometers away, this museum celebrates the history and cultivation of strawberries in the region. Visitors can learn about the local heritage, taste strawberry-based products, and explore the beautiful gardens. 10. Pointe de Corsen: Situated on the westernmost tip of mainland France, Pointe de Corsen offers breathtaking views of the rugged coastline and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a popular spot for nature enthusiasts, hikers, and birdwatchers. Please note that distances mentioned are approximate and may vary. It is advisable to check the opening hours and availability of attractions before visiting.

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