Benniel bras

Sleeping 5

3-bedroomed cottage, sleeping 5

Crozon Peninsula – Douarnenez Bay – Cornouaille. QUIMPER-CROZON-DOUARNENEZ area

Benniel Bras is a charming example of a traditional Breton cottage set in pretty, undulating countryside close to the lovely bay of Douarnenez with its fine, sandy beaches. Situated some 200m from the owners’ organicfarmhome, this semi-detached cottage has its own private garden (approx. 15m x 20m) enclosed on three sides which is approached from the terrace (3m x 15m) ; a tiny chapel beyond– used once a year, usually the last Sunday of June, for pilgrimages – and the wooded hillside nearby. The interior offers comfortable accommodation of a good standard, with character added by good use of wood throughout in traditional rustic-style. A lovely little cottage in a peaceful rural setting, close to some of the most spectacular scenery in Brittany ; the Douarnenez bay, the Crozon peninsula, Locronan.

Location: Plomodiern in Quimper-Crozon-Douarnenez  area
Nearest Airport : BREST-GUIPAVAS at 65 Kilometers
Nearest Ferry : Roscoff at 80 Kilometers
Nearest Train : Quimper at 30 Kilometers
Nearest Motorway : Châteaulin at 18 Kilometers
Nearest Beach : Lestrevet - Pentrez at 3 Kilometers
Nearest Restaurant : Plomodiern at 2 Kilometers
Car : recommended

Accommodation :

- semi-detached house with own garden and own access, sandy beach nearby, rocky beach nearby.
- number of rooms : 5
- independant kitchen, living room, 1 bathroom, 2 separate toilets, terrace
- bedding : 1 double bed (160x200 cm), 3 single beds (90 x200cm).
- aspect : south
- view on garden and organic fields.

Rental cost :

From 800 € to 1050 € per week, everything included (gas, electricity uo to 56 kw, end of stay cleaning, wifi access).

Contractual booking deposit : 25% rent
Damage deposit: € 250.00

Central heating : fuel
Bedlinen : 15 €/person

Rental usually by the week (Saturday - Saturday) :



La Ferme de Saint Sula - au pied du site incourtournable du Ménez Hom

    Le mont Menez-Hom, l’un des points culminants de la Bretagne avec ses 330 mètres d’altitude.