House sleeps 9, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, WiFisea views, sandy beach 5 mins walk
Please ask the owner or check their rental agreement when booking the property.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 9
- English, French
About Annabel Ridley
Annabel Ridley is an artist and glass engraver.
Annabel Ridley purchased this House in 1977
Why Annabel Ridley chose Crozon
Having holidayed with our 3 small children several years running, we found our favourite beach at the end of a country lane leading to nowhere except for a small Breton hamlet. We bought a field overlooking the sea and in 1977 built a house where we have spent our holidays every year since.
What makes this House unique
Spectular sea view. Internet. Terrace to watch sunsets. Close to many sandy beaches. walking for 20mins from our house takes you to the famous surfing beaches of La Palud and Lost Mar'ch where the annual Surfing Competitions take place. Attractive countryside and small farming villages. Our sandy beach is 5 mins walk from the house. The house is set back from the cliff paths and is in the area that is a designated area of beauty. A 20 min drive takes you to Camaret, the French Port where there are many seafood restaurants. I is a family house sleeping 9 with two bathrooms, separate cloakroom and large drying cupboard & ouside line. Large grassed garden area for children to play. The house is the last one in the village up a dead end road designated to the residents so its very quiet with no dangers of passing traffic. Our beach is uttely uncrowed consisting even in High Season of mostly the residents in the village and us! Masses to do for young children and teenagers. There is a brilliant Nautique Centre de Crozon-Morgat at Morgat where you can fix up classes in just about everything nautical! You can go riding along the beaches with the local riding school or bicycling along the cliff paths. The walks are absolutely magnificent and at all times of the year the gorse or heather seems to be out.