This property has been sensitively restored using traditional materials by local artisans. The building dates back almost 200 years. The exterior walls are of traditional Breton stone and, where possible, the interior beams have been left exposed.
The area is popular with cyclists (the Tour de France frequently goes past Mur-de-Bretagne!), photographers, nature lovers, keen walkers and fishermen.
Sleeps 4, having one double and one twin-bedded room upstairs, together with a shower room and separate WC. Downstairs consists of a well-equipped kitchen and open-plan dining area and comfortable lounge area.
Sleeps 6, having two large double bedrooms and one large twin-bedded room downstairs, together with a bathroom. There is a spacious lounge upstairs with a large woodburner.
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