Pretty wooden house on the Crozon peninsula, Brittany, with garden and stunning sea views - sleeps 6

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6
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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 6

Type: House

Pretty wooden house on the Crozon peninsula, Brittany, with garden and stunning sea views - sleeps 6

Located close to the Crozon Morgat seaside resort, this charming, wood-framed house is south-facing and equipped with 3 beautiful bedrooms, sleeping 6.

A mere 800 metres from the beach and enjoying a stunning view over the bay of Douarnenez, this charming house can sleep six people. The living room includes a satellite TV, a CD/DVD player, a sofa and several books, while other features include a wardrobe, a desk, ironing equipment and a washing machine.

Decorated with elegant taste, the house has two bathrooms, each with a bathtub, shower, hairdryer and toilet. There are three bedrooms, with a double bed, a sofa bed and two queen-size beds (a ...Read more

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Pretty wooden house on the Crozon peninsula, Brittany, with garden and stunning sea views - sleeps 6
Crozon, Brittany, France

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You will be able to practice several types of sports nearby, such as horse riding, tennis or hiking. Being close to the sea (Aber beach is only 800 meters away) you can also enjoy water sports, especially windsurfing, and close to the house you will find several shops, a pharmacy, a bank, a supermarket and a public swimming pool (4 km away). On the main square of Crozon a market with local products is held every morning.

The Crozon peninsula is part of the Armorique natural park. Less than 20 minutes away from the house you can discover Morgat, Cap de la Chèvre, the abbey of Landévennec, the Pointe de Pen-Hir, the Landévennec boat cemetery, Camaret and the Pointe des Espagnols. You should also visit the Vauban Tower at Camaret, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2008.

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