This group of three stone-built terraced houses stand in a magnificent landscaped wooded park with splendid views over the surrounding countryside
Ground floor. Study. Dining room with corner kitchen. Shower room with double basins. Separate WC. Stone spiral stairs to first floor mezzanine with folding single bed. Three double bedrooms. One single. Shower room/WC. Separate WC.
- Sun loungers
- Private parking for 2 cars
Location: 4km N of Bannalec (all amenities), 30km NW of Quéven, 30km E of Quimper (large town).
All properties: Lawned garden (shared)
- Pond in grounds (take care with children)
- Outdoor swimming pool (shared, 12m x 4.5m, depth 1-2.2m, open Jun-end Aug weather permitting) with alarm and electric telescopic canopy
- Hot tub for 2 (shared)
- Garden furniture
This group of three stone-built terraced houses (F29115, F29116 and F29146) stand in a magnificent landscaped wooded park with splendid views over the surrounding countryside. Their interiors have been tastefully decorated with some exposed stonework and traditional furniture. Eden (ref F29116) forms the heart of the manor, dating from 1657, and was renovated in 2013, and is a well-equipped terraced house with comfortable furnishings. Belair (ref F29115) is adjacent to the manor and dates from 1850. It has a contemporary interior with impressive fireplace, has bay windows, and is only a few metres from the swimming pool. Even (ref F29146) built in 1900 and renovated in 2018, has been tastefully decorated and stands in a beautiful wooded park. The south facing cottage overlooks the other houses. The mezzanine at the first floor offers views onto the grounds, just 50 metres from the pool. Each house has use of the shared garden, volleyball, table tennis, hammock, swimming pool and hot tub. The whole atmosphere at the Manoir de St. Adrien is one of peace and quiet.
Set amidst glorious countryside, the properties are close to the edge of the small village of Bannalec, to the south of the Finistère region. Standing proudly at the foot of the Black Hills, Bannalec is proud of its history and traditions, offering several good restaurants and bars in addition to good shopping facilities. Just a short drive away is the scenic coast, with its bays, beaches and coves – along the many footpaths and old smuggler’s routes, stunning views of the coast and local wildlife are just waiting to be discovered. Just 15km away is Pont-Aven, a haunt of artists throughout the ages. This elegant town boasts an array of museums, galleries and restaurants. Also close by is Concarneau – a 14th-century town built on an island, its lichen-covered ramparts, narrow streets and restaurants are well worth visiting. With golf 34km away and fishing just 8km away. Beach 27km.
Approximate distance to Brest airport is 83 km. Show more