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Recent Reviews

  • beautiful cottage in the heart of rural brittany
    5 of 5

    We arrived on the Sunday bringing with us my elderly mum, Adele knew she had health problems and despite the time of year (June) had arranged for logs for the fire in case she was cold. she had left us a welcome pack of tea, coffee and milk which after our journey was most welcome. The cottage is beautiful with all the facilities you would expect and more. Our groups age ranged from 23 to 87 and all were more than catered for.The pool was most welcome and had a great out door patio area so even Nan had some where to sit and view the fun. We had a wonderful stay and will be back, and will also be recommending this beautiful cottage to all our family and friends. thank you Adele and Andrew for helping to make our stay a truly memorable one.

    Stayed: Jun 2018
  • A spacious, comfortable and well-equipped house set in lovely grounds and well placed for exploring.
    5 of 5

    We spent a week in Poul Bizic in early October. The house is brilliant, managing to provide every modern comfort and convenience whilst maintaining its French charm and character. The bedrooms are spacious with lots of storage and hanging space and the beds are very comfortable. The kitchen has literally everything you could need and there is a huge dining table. The seating in the lounge area is also comfortable with a TV/DVD, satellite box, a library of DVDs and there is a massive wood-burning stove; there was an abundance of newly fallen sweet chestnuts whilst we were there some of which we roasted in the ash pan of the fire - very tasty. The house is set in its own spacious grounds with parking in a lovely, tranquil rural setting, yet only about six minutes drive from the centre of Corlay which has a reasonable supermarket, a butcher, a baker, banks and a newly reopened fuel station/convenience store. There is an abundance of things to see and do in the area, and the hosts have compiled a comprehensive dossier in a folder in the house. We particularly liked Dinan, but Quimper and Quintin are lovely too and the beach at Sables d'Or les Pins is beautiful (even in October), we had a great lunch here at the La Potinière restaurant (be aware that most of the restaurants even in the bigger towns close around 14:00). Don't miss the lighthouse at Frehel along the coast. If you are into horses the Haras National de Lamballe at Lamballe is the national stud for the local breed of "postier" horses and the guided tour (in English) was excellent and educational. Overall then a great place to stay.

    Stayed: Oct 2017