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Ploneour Lanvern


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Located just 10 minutes away from the stunning beaches of southern Finistère and a mere 15 minutes away from Quimper, our charming cottage is the perfect choice for a peaceful and rejuvenating vacation. Boasting all the necessary amenities, this cottage underwent a complete renovation in 2005. It features three comfortable bedrooms, with one offering two beds of 0.90x190, another providing a cozy bed of 140x190, and the third offering a bed of 0.90x190 (bed sheets are provided). The inviting lounge area is furnished with a three-seater sofa, two armchairs, and a color TV with TNT channels. Additionally, a fireplace adds a cozy touch to the space. The well-equipped kitchen includes a refrigerator with a freezer, a four-burner gas stove, an electric oven, a hob, a washing machine, a toaster, and an electric coffee maker. The bathroom features a shower, a sink, and a toilet. For more information and to take a virtual tour of our delightful cottage, please visit our website.

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Located just 15 minutes away from both Quimper and several beautiful Finistere beaches, our house boasts an ideal location.


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Holiday Home 1 336 555




  • Quimper Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Corentin de Quimper) - Located in the nearby city of Quimper, this stunning Gothic cathedral is known for its intricate stained glass windows and impressive architecture. It houses religious artifacts and offers guided tours for visitors.
  • Pointe du Raz - Situated on the westernmost tip of France, Pointe du Raz offers breathtaking views of rugged cliffs, crashing waves, and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a popular spot for hiking, birdwatching, and enjoying the natural beauty of the region.
  • Locronan - A charming medieval village, Locronan is known for its well-preserved stone houses and cobbled streets. It attracts visitors with its picturesque setting, traditional Breton architecture, and artisan shops selling local crafts and products.
  • Bénodet - Located on the banks of the Odet River, Bénodet is a popular seaside resort town. It offers beautiful beaches, scenic coastal walks, and a vibrant marina. Visitors can also enjoy water sports, boat trips, and explore the charming town center.
  • La Torche - Renowned for its world-class surfing conditions, La Torche is a must-visit destination for surf enthusiasts. It offers consistent waves and hosts international surfing competitions. Even for non-surfers, the stunning beach and coastal scenery make it worth a visit.
  • Hénanbihen - This small village is known for its unique architectural feature, the "maisons à Pondalez." These traditional Breton houses are connected by a covered passageway, creating a charming and distinctive atmosphere. Hénanbihen also has a beautiful church and is surrounded by picturesque countryside.
  • Pont-Aven - Famous for its association with the post-impressionist painter Paul Gauguin, Pont-Aven is a delightful town nestled on the banks of the Aven River. Visitors can explore art galleries, wander through the scenic streets, and appreciate the natural beauty that inspired Gauguin's artwork.
  • Concarneau - A fortified town located on a peninsula, Concarneau is known for its ancient ramparts and a picturesque harbor. Visitors can explore the historic town center, visit the 14th-century Ville Close (walled town), and enjoy fresh seafood at the many waterfront restaurants.
  • Odet River - The Odet River is often referred to as the most beautiful river in France, winding through lush green landscapes and picturesque villages. Visitors can take boat trips along the river, enjoying the serene surroundings and spotting various wildlife. 10. Saint-Guénolé - A charming fishing village, Saint-Guénolé offers visitors a glimpse into the traditional Breton way of life. Visitors can explore the fishing port, watch the boats come in with their daily catch, and sample fresh seafood in the local restaurants.

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