List your property Owners
  • Start typing for suggestions...

Featured Properties

Contact Details:


Jacq Marie Ange
Saint Pol de Leon


Write a review

Price per week:

price from €395




Description for Gite

This charming 14th-century house, located in the heart of Leon's country, has undergone careful renovations. Situated close to the sea, with access to beaches, fishing opportunities, and coastal trails, it provides a serene and spacious environment. The rooms offer beautiful views of the sea, and the property includes a 6000m² park for your enjoyment.

The ground floor features a dining room, living room, storeroom, and water-closets. On the first floor, there are three bedrooms with double beds and one bedroom with two single beds (120*190). Additionally, there are two bathrooms and water-closets. Heating is provided by a central fuel-oil system.

The house is fully equipped with a dryer, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, television, hi-fi stereo, telephone, and library. Baby equipment is available upon request, and sheets can be rented if needed.

Outside, you will find a teak wood garden lounge, barbecue, children's porch, and parking lot.

For more information, please visit our website: [](


Aucun avis pour l'instant Write a review



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Holiday Home 1 395 850


Credit cards accepted


  • Saint-Pol-de-Léon Cathedral: Located in the heart of Saint Pol de Leon, this stunning Gothic cathedral is known for its impressive architecture and beautiful stained glass windows. It dates back to the 13th century and is a must-visit for history and architecture enthusiasts.
  • Jardin Exotique et Botanique de Roscoff: Situated in the nearby town of Roscoff, this exotic garden is a paradise for nature lovers. It features a wide variety of exotic plants and flowers from different parts of the world, offering a unique and colorful experience.
  • Plage de St. Anne du Portzic: This picturesque beach is located in Brest, a short drive from Saint Pol de Leon. With its golden sand, clear blue water, and stunning views, it is a popular spot for sunbathing, swimming, and picnicking. It's perfect for a relaxing day by the sea.
  • Le Comptoir des Algues: A fascinating attraction for those interested in local marine life, Le Comptoir des Algues is a seaweed discovery center located in Roscoff. Visitors can learn about the various types of seaweed found in the region and their uses in cooking, cosmetics, and more.
  • Château du Taureau: Situated on an island in the Bay of Morlaix, this impressive fortress dates back to the 16th century. Accessible by boat, it offers guided tours that provide insight into its rich history and strategic importance during various periods.
  • Cairn of Barnenez: Located near Plouezoc'h, this ancient megalithic monument is one of the oldest and largest in Europe. Dating back to 4500 BC, it consists of several burial chambers and is an intriguing site for those interested in prehistoric civilizations.
  • Musée de Morlaix: Situated in the town of Morlaix, this museum showcases the history and heritage of the region. It houses a diverse collection of artifacts, including paintings, sculptures, and historical objects, providing visitors with a deeper understanding of local culture.
  • Île de Batz: Just off the coast of Roscoff, Île de Batz is a charming island known for its beautiful gardens, sandy beaches, and peaceful atmosphere. Visitors can explore the island on foot or by bike, enjoying its natural beauty and tranquility.
  • Maison des Johnnies et de l'Oignon de Roscoff: Located in Roscoff, this museum celebrates the history and tradition of the famous Roscoff onions. Visitors can learn about the onion-growing industry in the region, explore the onion-themed exhibits, and even purchase some delicious onions to take home. 10. La Maison des Abers: Situated in Plouguerneau, this cultural center offers a glimpse into the unique Breton culture and traditions. It hosts various exhibitions, workshops, and events showcasing local art, crafts, and music, providing a memorable cultural experience. These attractions offer a mix of historical, natural, and cultural experiences in the vicinity of Kerangouez, Saint Pol de Leon, allowing visitors to explore the diverse offerings of the region.

The nearest listings: