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Le Borgne Patrick
5 Lescadou


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The Wind West cottage is located within a fully restored, spacious stone farmhouse from 2005. This charming cottage features a private enclosed garden of 105 m2, complete with a delightful south-facing wooden terrace. The interior boasts tasteful decorations, creating a welcoming atmosphere.

On the ground floor, you will find a spacious living area consisting of a comfortable sitting room, a well-equipped kitchen, and a dining/living room spanning 51 m2. Additionally, there is a convenient WC on this level. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, one furnished with a double bed measuring 160X200 and the other with two single beds. The cottage also offers a bathroom and facilities for babies, including a toilet.

For your convenience, bed sheets and towels are provided during your stay. You will also find various games and books available for entertainment. Tréguier, a charming small town with character, is located just 6 km away. Additionally, the vibrant towns of Paimpol and Perros-Guirec are easily accessible, situated 20 km from the cottage.


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Apartment 4 400 700


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  • Côte de Granit Rose: The Pink Granite Coast, situated along the northern coast of Brittany, is famous for its unique pink-hued rock formations. Visitors can enjoy scenic walks along the coast, exploring hidden coves, and witnessing breathtaking sunsets.
  • Jardin Georges Delaselle: This exotic garden, located on the Isle of Batz, is a paradise of plants from various parts of the world. With its collection of rare and exotic species, as well as stunning views of the surrounding coastline, it offers a peaceful and enchanting experience.
  • La Roche-Jagu Castle: Situated in Ploëzal, this medieval castle is surrounded by lush gardens and overlooks the Trieux Estuary. The castle hosts various exhibitions and events, providing visitors with a glimpse into the region's rich history and offering stunning panoramic views.
  • Beauport Abbey: A former Cistercian abbey dating back to the 13th century, Beauport Abbey is located near Paimpol. Visitors can explore the abbey's ruins, wander through its picturesque gardens, and learn about its fascinating history.
  • Île de Bréhat: Known as the "Island of Flowers," Île de Bréhat is a small archipelago off the coast of Paimpol. With its colorful houses, beautiful gardens, and scenic coastal paths, it offers a tranquil escape from the mainland.
  • Tréguier: This charming town, located approximately 12 kilometers from Penvenan, features a picturesque historic center with timber-framed houses and a stunning cathedral. Tréguier is also known for its lively market, showcasing local products and crafts.
  • Château de la Roche-Jagu Gardens: Situated near Pontrieux, this castle's gardens are renowned for their beauty and tranquility. Visitors can explore various themed gardens, including a medieval garden, an orchard, and a vegetable garden.
  • Sillon de Talbert: A unique natural feature, Sillon de Talbert is a long, narrow sandbank stretching into the sea for about 3 kilometers. It offers breathtaking views and is a popular spot for birdwatching and walking. 10. Paimpol: A charming port town located on the estuary of the River Trieux, Paimpol is known for its maritime heritage and traditional sailing ships. Visitors can explore its historic streets, enjoy fresh seafood, and experience the vibrant atmosphere of its weekly market.

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