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This charming cottage offers a delightful self-catering experience with a generous floor area of 126 m². With 3 bedrooms and the capacity to sleep 6 guests, it is the perfect accommodation for a relaxing getaway. The cottage boasts 2 bathrooms, ensuring convenience and comfort for all occupants.

Situated near the beach and with easy access to the sea, this splendid detached property is ideally located. Its terrace provides a wonderful space for outdoor relaxation, while the enclosed garden offers privacy and tranquility. The spacious open plan split-level living room features a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area, and a lounge area complete with a wood burning stove and TV.

The cottage is well-suited for families, with various amenities available to accommodate children. These include adult bunk beds in one of the bedrooms, a double bed in another bedroom, and a double bed on the mezzanine. Additionally, a child bed with sides is provided for children up to 3 years old. Stair gates, a high chair, and a playpen are also available for added convenience.

The cottage includes a bath/shower room with a toilet, as well as a utility room equipped with a washing machine and tumble dryer. The wood-fired/electric central heating ensures a cozy atmosphere even during cooler months. The garden is furnished with outdoor furniture and a BBQ, allowing guests to enjoy al fresco dining and relaxation.

The location of the cottage in Finistère, known as "The End of the Earth," offers an idyllic seaside holiday experience. The region boasts 600 kilometers of coastline, featuring sandy bays, charming harbors, dramatic cliffs, islands, and picturesque estuaries. Inland, visitors can explore gentle wooded hills and rivers, perfect for hiking and fishing. The region also boasts historic towns that provide a glimpse into the past.

During the summer, colorful festivals showcase the rich Breton culture. Guests can indulge in the region's delicious seafood, mouthwatering pancakes (crêpes), strawberries, artichokes, and the famous buttery sticky cake known as Kouign Amman. The area is also ideal for engaging in various water sports such as sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, and kitesurfing. Boat trips, fishing, golf, and horse riding are also popular activities.

For families with children, there are exciting attractions to explore beyond the beaches. Brest's vast Océanopolis exhibition, as well as the aquariums in Roscoff and Saint Malo, offer educational and entertaining experiences.

In addition to the natural beauty and cultural experiences, visitors can indulge in shopping for local specialties, including pottery, herbal cosmetics, and striped sweaters.

Overall, this cottage promises a memorable and enjoyable holiday experience for guests of all ages.


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'Henvic is located near the towns of Carantec and Roscoff in the Finistere department, which is part of the Brittany region in France.'



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Holiday Home 1 380 700 NON


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Animals Allowed


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