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Ti Bihan Ti Bihan Moëlan-Sur-Mer - 1 of 3 cottages Renovated traditional semi-detached Breton cottage sleeping 4 With this property it is all about location, location, location and as per the name of the nearest town it is only 7 minute's drive from the beaches:
Kerfany Beach is only 7 minute's drive and this is typical of the little bays dotted around the coastline. The two semi-detached houses are an identical size Ti Bihan sleeps 4 (one double, one twin). The bedrooms have hanging space, storage and sinks; there are two rooms downstairs, kitchen and lounge area. The kitchen is well equipped with a fridge, microwave, dishwasher, oven and hob, toaster, kettle and coffee maker. TV (French reception only), DVD and CD players. There is a shower room on the first floor. Outside there is a huge back garden, divided from the second cottage by a hedge, with views overthe some of the surrounding 40 hectares of woodland and fields.
Garden furniture and BBQs are provided as is a communal washing machine in an outhouse.
Bihan's Dining/Kitchen with a four ring hob, top oven, dishwasher etc. and dining area with table and chairs.
Upstairs the bedrooms are bright and airy - one double and one twin room. The small family bathroom has a bath, toilet and sink. Bed linen not included, but can be hired. To get to the houses, there is a lane from the main road, approximately one kilometre long which takes you past the entrance to the 15th century exclusive boutique manoir B&B, where you will be made welcome if you drop in for a drink at their bar (no restaurant) which will take you about a two minute walk. The grounds are extensive, and they welcome people to stroll around the woodlands and fields. There is also a fast running stream running through the land, but not close to the houses.
By DN Lancs on 06-Aug-2019
While waiting a few moments for the owner to arrive, I stood in the courtyard and the only sounds I heard were the birdsong and one neigh from the horses and a new foal in the field.