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Petite Maison (at La Ferme Bretonne)

Northwest France - Brittany

3-bdrms, 2.0-baths, sleeps up to 6
Traditional Breton stone house

 South Finistère

Saint-Thurien, Creac'h, Quimperlè, Pont-Aven

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Petite Maison is one of two attached houses, built between the 17th and 19th centuries, with thick granite walls and dormer windows. The last of four properties on a picturesque lane through an old farm, it offers extensive views of wheat fields and woods in the valley of l’Isole. Petite Maison is connected to the second house by an interior door to form an L and face a third, smaller house, creating an interior courtyard with an old stone well, container plantings, and outdoor furniture for dining. Guests of Petite Maison enjoy privacy and a sense of spaciousness, as the second attached house is not rented when Petite Maison is occupied. A large garden surrounds the compound. Petite Maison has beds accommodating up to six, one bathroom with tub, and one shower room.

Petite Maison’s tile-floored sitting room has one wall featuring exposed posts and beams with an open view to the adjacent kitchen. It is furnished with two large sofas, several upholstered chairs, and a country wood stove. The kitchen, also with tile floor, includes a gas range, large refrigerator, double sink, dishwasher, and wood dining table seating four. Washer and dryer.

Petite Maison has two bedrooms with a double bed, and one bedroom with twin beds.
  • Authentic Breton-style architecture
  • Pastoral scenery that has attracted artists for centuries
  • Tradition & Folklore
  • Great location: hikes, historic sites, lovely small harbors and scenic beaches, ferries to the islands
  • Washer & Dryer
To take advantage of the lovely Breton landscape, there is a hiking trail along the Elée River near the property. Five miles north, the old Breton style village of Quimperlé has all necessary amenities, including restaurants, supermarkets, shops, and museums. In the wooded Aven estuary half an hour away, picturesque Pont-Aven was once a center for late 19th century artists including Gauguin. It continues to have a strong art focus with over fifty galleries and the informative Musée de Pont-Aven. Ferries to the scenic islands of Les Glénans, Belle-Ile and Ouessant are forty miles away. Several large summer festivals take place in the area, including Le Festival de Cornouailles in July and Le Festival Interceltique de Lorient in August. Ten miles to beaches.


July & August $1,800
Other Months $1,300
Our rates are all inclusive. Good monthly price; please inquire!
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