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Miranda Lauwen
Plouguernevel (bretagne)


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Cozy and Independent House Surrounded by Nature

Discover the charm of this inviting and secluded house nestled in a picturesque natural setting. Perfect for a maximum of 8 guests, this beautiful property is situated in the heart of Brittany, boasting a private land spanning over 6000 m2.

Immerse yourself in the tranquility of the expansive garden, complete with a delightful playground featuring swings, a slide, badminton, table tennis, and football. Enjoy leisurely moments on the spacious terrace, furnished with comfortable garden furniture and deckchairs, while savoring delicious meals cooked on the barbecue.

The house offers 4 bedrooms, including a convenient ground floor bedroom, making it ideal for accommodating up to 8 people. A games room filled with an array of toys and games ensures endless entertainment for all ages. The bathroom is equipped with a bathtub with a wall for added convenience.

The living room and open kitchen, recently renovated, provide a welcoming space of approximately 42m2. This comfortable and well-equipped house immerses you in the countryside, offering a perfect retreat in the heart of Central Brittany. It is the ideal base for exploring the wonders of the region.

Situated less than 1 km from the greenway, you can easily embark on scenic walks through nature. The nearby natural site, the golden valley, is just 1 km away and offers stunning landscapes to explore. Within a short distance of 2-3 km, you will find restaurants, supermarkets, a tourist office, and a weekly market in Rostrenen. The Nantes Brest canal is a mere 5 km away, providing additional opportunities for outdoor activities.

Within approximately 15 minutes, you can reach Lac de Guerledan, where you can partake in a variety of nautical activities. Other nearby attractions include the Abbaye de Bon Repos, a swimming pool, tree climbing adventures, and an animal park that serves as a refuge for wolves. Within 25 minutes, you can visit the valley of the saints, the castle of Quintin, Carhaix, Mur de Bretagne, and numerous castles and chapels. And if you crave the sea, it is just a 50-minute drive away.

Experience the ultimate getaway in this warm and independent house surrounded by the beauty of nature.


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  • Abbaye de Bon Repos - Located in nearby Saint-Gelven, Abbaye de Bon Repos is a picturesque Cistercian abbey dating back to the 12th century. Visitors can explore the ruins of the abbey, enjoy scenic walks along the nearby canal, and attend various cultural events held throughout the year.
  • Lac de Guerlédan - Lac de Guerlédan is a stunning artificial lake located near Mûr-de-Bretagne. It offers a range of outdoor activities such as boating, swimming, fishing, and hiking. With its beautiful surroundings and sandy beaches, it is a perfect spot for a relaxing day out in nature.
  • Château de Pontivy - Situated in the town of Pontivy, the Château de Pontivy is a historic fortress built in the 15th century. The castle provides panoramic views of the town and houses a museum showcasing the history of the region. Visitors can also explore the charming old town of Pontivy nearby.
  • Josselin Castle - Josselin Castle is an impressive medieval fortress located in the town of Josselin. Constructed in the 11th century, it is still inhabited by the Rohan family. The castle offers guided tours where visitors can admire its beautiful architecture and learn about its rich history.
  • Les Chaos du Gouët - Les Chaos du Gouët is a natural site near Saint-Julien, renowned for its rocky landscape formed by erosion. Visitors can explore the stunning cliffs, walk along the riverbank, and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of this unique geological formation.
  • Ploumanac'h - Located on the Pink Granite Coast, Ploumanac'h is a charming village known for its picturesque scenery and unique rock formations. Visitors can walk along the Sentier des Douaniers coastal path, visit the lighthouse, and marvel at the pink granite rocks that dot the shoreline.
  • Saint-Brieuc - The city of Saint-Brieuc, located on the Bay of Saint-Brieuc, offers a mix of historical and modern attractions. Visitors can explore the historic old town, visit the Cathedral of Saint-Étienne, stroll along the waterfront promenade, and enjoy the vibrant cultural scene of this bustling city.
  • Domaine de Tremelin - Situated near Iffendic, Domaine de Tremelin is a vast park offering a range of recreational activities. It features a large lake where visitors can rent paddleboats and canoes, as well as hiking trails, picnic areas, and a treetop adventure course for the more adventurous.
  • Les Rochers Sculptés de Rothéneuf - Les Rochers Sculptés de Rothéneuf is an extraordinary sculpture park located near Saint-Malo. Created by a local priest, these sculptures are carved into the granite rocks and depict various scenes from everyday life. It is a unique and fascinating sight to explore. 10. Dinan - The medieval town of Dinan is a must-visit destination near Kermarcel. With its well-preserved ramparts, cobbled streets, and half-timbered houses, Dinan exudes charm and history. Visitors can explore the castle, walk along the riverfront, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the town's many shops, restaurants, and art galleries.