Vacation Rental Description
STUNNING 18thC BRETON FARMHOUSE, sleeps 8 +cot, Oak beams, log fires, pretty garden, all mod cons set in beautiful Blavet valley, in southern Brittany just 30 mins from coast and 6kms from Baud. Loads to see and do for all ages, local towns and bustling markets nearby perfect for soaking up French atmosphere. 10 min walk to river and local bar/restaurant.
Treblavet is a much loved family holiday home and whether you are looking for an activity holiday, to soak up some real French atmosphere or just to chill out and relax with a glass of fabulous local cider - it has something for everyone.
Welcome meals can be arranged for four or more people. Catering is available for all occasions, please enquire for menus and costs.
The Brittany / Morbihan region
Brittany is one of France’s favourite holiday destinations. There are over 600km of coastline with fabulous sandy beaches, rocky coves, dramatic cliffs, pretty harbours and offshore islands to explore. Inland there are woodlands and river valleys, and charming historic towns and villages to visit and don’t miss the prehistoric standing stones at Carnac, one of the mysterious wonders of France.
Blavet Valley area
Whatever your interests Treblavet offers the perfect place to relax and enjoy the many pleasures of Morbihan. For the family, the many beaches offer hours of endless pleasure from the safe beaches of Carnac to the Atlantic waves off the Quiberon peninsula. In the area you can go wind -surfing, sail-boarding, diving, go-karting, and quadbiking. The Golf courses of St Laurent and Rimaison are but ahort drive away with special discounts available to visitors (please ask for details).
On the cultural front for art lovers visit Pont Aven where Gaugain lived, the Pont Scorff art centre, the summer art exhibition in chapels of the Blavet Valley. The submarine pen at Lorient is one for the boys and for music lovers the Lorient Celtic festival and Vannes Jazz festival are not to be missed.
For the whole family the colourful markets of Auray, Hennebont and Vannes offer an incredible variety of local produce, notably seafoods such as mussels and oysters. But, if you don’t feel like preparing these yourself then go to one of the many restaurants that offer these local specialities. Moules frites, Oysters, Crepes and local cider.
Treblavet is just 10 minutes walk from the Restaurant du Pecheurs, and the pretty riverside path along the Blavet which is also great for post lunch bike rides! Also a famous area in the region for anglers and aspiring artists to see the fish, otters and kingfishers. There is a swimming lake and canoes can be hired (July & August) to explore the Blavet from the water. For children there is an exciting ropes course at Camors and the famous preserved 17th century village of Poul Fetan are both within a 10 minute drive.
- Cable Satellite
- Cleaning Service
- Cooking Utensils
- Linen Service
- Open Fire
- Amenity Parking
Treblavet is set in secure private gardens, with olive trees, roses, fruit trees and many other shrubs, wonderful views across the valley to the Blavet. Furnished to a high standard with everything you need for a relaxing holiday with all the comforts of home. Treblavet can comfortably accommodate 2-8 plus a baby.
Accommodation: ground floor, large family room with dining table, beamed ceiling and comfortable sofa and chairs by a log burning stove for those comfy nights in. Music system with selection of CDs Leading to a fully equipped country kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine fridge freezer and the usual appliances. Lobby with drinks fridge, shower room off. Beyond the hallway, book-lined sitting room with woodburning stove set in original stone fireplace, luxurious leather sofa and chairs.