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Vannes area Holiday Barns(6)

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  • 2 Bedrooms,
  • 1 Bathroom,
  • 1 Separate Toilet,
  • Sleeps 6
1 - 7 night min stay
(4)
  • 4 Bedrooms,
  • 2 Bathrooms,
  • Sleeps 8
1 - 7 night min stay
  • 1 Bedroom,
  • 1 Bathroom,
  • Sleeps 4
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  • 3 Bedrooms,
  • 4 Bathrooms,
  • Sleeps 8
1 - 7 night min stay
1 Review
  • 5 Bedrooms,
  • 3 Bathrooms,
  • Sleeps 9
7 night min stay
  • 4 Bedrooms,
  • 2 Bathrooms,
  • Sleeps 8
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Recent Reviews

Memorable week - super cottage - perfect location

5 of 5
Thank you, Celia, for your warm welcome and excellent directions from Roscoff to Pluherlin. We were an Irish couple bringing good Australian friends to France on their first visit and they were most impressed! The cottage was just what we needed - perfectly located, comfortable, clean, and very well equipped. A few minutes walk to the delightful village of Pluherlin. found a small, well stocked supermarket, a butcher, and a wonderful boulangerie/patisserie - excellent croissants for breakfast - but do get there early! There is also a restaurant in the hotel, where we again received a warm welcome and a wonderful dinner using fresh local produce. We visited Roche Bernard en route to Vannes - both well worth seeing. We spent some time too at Carnac, with its menhirs, which were particularly fascinating to our Australians. Josselin, with its imposing chateau, too was well worth visiting, passing through Malestroit which is beautiful. Rochefort en terre - which was an easy walk from the cottage - is charming - and its chateau and gardens especially delightful. We were made welcome wherever we went, and managed to improve our somewhat rusty French along the way! And we even joined in an evening of Breton dancing in the village on one occasion!! It was a very special week and we would hope to visit again.
  • Review Submitted: 18-Jul-2014
  • Date of Stay: May 2014

Christmas in France

5 of 5
We were looking for a Christmas in winter as we are Australian. The barn that we stayed in was perfect. It was just like the site says. Celia was very helpful, friendly but not intrusive. When we had friends come to visit from England she accommodated them with no fuss. Also when the heating broke she had it fixed immediately. She made sure the phone call was responded to and gave us a heater while waiting for ours to be fixed. All with no fuss. The village or Pluherlin was very friendly with all that we needed for our day to day living. The villagers chatted to me when I was out walking and were patient with my limited French. The Supermarket and butcher were very friendly in the town. The town of Rochfort-en-terre was magical at Christmas and the people there were very nice. We ate at the Café de puis about three to four times and were always welcomed. The atmosphere was warm, the service efficient and Francois made us feel at home and was helpful with the French menu. I would thoroughly recommend the cottage and the area.
  • Review Submitted: 03-Jan-2014
  • Date of Stay: Dec 2013