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Recent Reviews

  • Plozevet
    4 of 5

    Friendly owner. Well equipped wooden house. Just one problem - needed four soft seats on one area - maybe two two seater settees. Great to be so near a beach.

    Stayed: Jun 2018
  • Style,comfort and location.
    5 of 5

    The comfort,style and location of our accommodation in Plovan made for a wonderfully enjoyable holiday. The house has been thoughtfully restored and furnished with all mod cons. There is a laundry/garden room on the ground floor. The bedroom is on the first floor with a spacious ensuite and efficient shower. There is also study/office with table and chair, sofa and a good supply of reading matter. The second floor comprises the kitchen, dining area and also a cosy corner with arm chairs for relaxing and enjoying the view over the garden and towards the sea. It is such a light space with large velox windows that even on rainy days you would be happy to stay indoors. It is not just the standard of equipment that makes this house so desirable but the obvious thought that has gone into the planning and the tasteful decor which makes it a real home from home. Parking is secure, private and off road in front of the well tended garden equipped with garden table/bench. The village has a bistro/bar and an epicerie and has a homely feel, being in the country and a rwo minute drive to the beach. We usually drove to Penhors beach nearby so that we could drop into the Penn ar Bedd, a popular, informal beach bar and restaurant. The beach stretches for miles and slopes gradually to provide safe swimming. If the beach isn’t your cup of tea Plovan serves as an excellent centre for visiting nearby sights such as La Pointe du Raz in the north snd all the lovely little fishing ports between there and Loc Tudy and Benodet is also nearby as is the Cotswold like village of Locranon. We had a fabulous week thanks to Loic’s lovely house and his friendly welcome.

    Stayed: Jun 2018