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Nadine Meneur
286 Straed Glaz


2 reviews

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Beautiful villa located on the seafront, offering stunning views of the ocean. Situated just 600m away from the pristine and sandy white beaches, access to the villa is through a charming sunken lane. Our house will captivate you with its elegant and well-maintained interior, adorned with nautical decorations. Recently built, this welcoming property is officially recognized and awarded the "3 Clévacances" label, ensuring utmost comfort. The villa features a spacious garden and a large wooden terrace that surrounds the entire house, complete with outdoor seating and sun loungers. Located in the scenic region of Rear Finistere, also known as "the end of the world" in Breton, this area represents the westernmost point of the Armorican massif, extending out into the sea from the Breton peninsula. It is a place where you can truly appreciate the distinction between the coastal area (Armor or Arvor, as named by the ancient Gauls) and the inland region (Argoat).

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Welcome to our beautiful villa, perfectly situated with breathtaking views of the sea. Located on the edge of the sea, it is just 600m away from the pristine white sandy beaches, which can be reached via a charming sunken lane. Our house will captivate you with its bright and airy interior, adorned with delightful nautical decorations. Recently built and certified with the "3 Clévacances" label, it offers exceptional comfort. The house boasts a lovely garden and a spacious wooden terrace that wraps around the entire property, complete with a garden lounge and comfortable deckchairs. Rear Finistere, also known as "the end of the world" in Breton, is the westernmost point of the Armorican massif, jutting out into the sea and separating the maritime area (known as Armor or Arvor by the Gauls) from the inland region (Argoat). In Landeda, with its 15km of untouched and preserved coastline, there is a beach for everyone's taste, whether you prefer vast stretches of sand or secluded coves. Relax and enjoy the magnificent views, which may encompass the wide expanse of the sea or the charming small islands that are accessible at certain times according to the tides.


Appréciations pour Résidence Les Hauts Du Brouennou, Landeda:

Très jolie maison très agréable à vivre
Review by: Bouton, Oct 27 2021 6:45AM
Très bon séjour dans cette jolie maison très confortable où il ne manque rien très bon accueil de Nadine la propriétaire de ce lieu charmant merci pou tout
Review by: Catherine desesquelles, Mai 7 2021 8:09PM
jolie maison fonctionnelle
nous avons passé un agréable séjour.
Bon acceuil.

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To reach your destination, you will need to pass through the following towns: Brest, Gouesnou, Bourg-Blanc, Lannilis, and LANDEDA.



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Holiday Home 6 350 1150




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