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Michel Fitamant
Kroas Ar Gorreg


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price from €3571



Description for B&B:

This is a classified holiday house in PLEYBEN, Finistère, suitable for 2 to 4 people. The house is in excellent condition and situated in a beautiful flower-filled setting. It is an ideal location for exploring and discovering the great sights, the sea, mountains, festivals, and heritage. Pleyben is a charming little town known for its stunning church and calvary, often referred to as the most beautiful in Brittany. It is also the southern gateway to the Armorique and Monts d'Arrée Natural Park, bordering the Alder. Pleyben is famous for its cakes, chocolate, and regional products.

The house offers all the necessary comforts and features 3 bedrooms, a living room, an equipped kitchen, a bathroom, a laundry room, and a garage. Additionally, it is equipped with a washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, electric oven, fridge, fridge freezer, independent hydro massage cabin, central heating, free WiFi, telephone, garden furniture, barbecue, and more.

Prices range from 250 to 280 for all periods and from 380 to 430 per week during July and August, depending on the number of people. Charges are included, but heating is not.


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