Kerargon: historic charm for large groups

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Description from the owner

  • House
  • 7 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 15

Bedrooms: 7

Bathrooms: 5

Sleeps: 15

Type: House

Kerargon: historic charm for large groups

Kerargon by the sea is a historic farmstead renovated with large groups (13-28) of friends and family in mind. Two houses, Manorhouse and Longère, dating from 1772 and 1823 have been lovingly renovated, melding historic charm with modern comfort in individually styled rooms with newly appointed bathrooms. The houses open to a south-facing courtyard, inviting games of boule, pingpong or badminton. In addition each house has a private garden with barbecue, terrace and hammock. Located just 6km from the endless beaches of Finistère, the houses are equidistant from 2 small towns with shops catering to all your daily needs, and within an hour's ...Read more

About the owner

McConnell H.

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Kerargon: historic charm for large groups
Landudec, Brittany, France

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Surrounded by meadows, Kerargon sits on a private farmstead just minutes from the endless beaches and unique sights of Finistère, Brittany. Shops in two local towns each 4 km away cater to all your daily needs. Kerargon is within an hour's drive from major sights in Brittany, including Point du Raz, Quimper, LaTorche, Concarneau, Pont Aven and many many more. A 5 minute walk takes you to our local megalith, but there are many more magical locations to discover on foot, by bike, on horseback, or by car.
Choose from water sports, golf (3 major golf courses), riding or hiking. The local life-guarded beach offers a surf- and sand-yachting school. Local ports offer deep-sea fishing expeditions or boat rides to view spectacular mansions and castles.
The area abounds in ancient megalith sites, including one considered an earth energy source by local druids. Granite chapels, calvaries, towns famous from film (Locronan) and cute port towns are at every turn.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest ferry port: Roscoff, 55 miles
Nearest airport: Quimper, 15 miles
Nearest train station: Quimper, 15 miles
Car is recommended



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