Welcome to our delightful holiday home.Tirnanog is set in glorious countryside but a short walk from the village of Spezet. Exposed beams and open fires, a house of genuine character.
The real Brittany!!
10% DISCOUNT ON BOOKINGS MADE BEFORE APRIL 31ST!
Ideally located to explore Brittany, the area is steeped in myth and legend. Fantastic unspoilt beaches are within a thirty minute drive.
The large garden is secure, with swing, slide and paddling pool for children.
"Tirnanog is a large, traditional Breton house situated in the hamlet of Bodizel a short walk from the colourful village of Spezet. The nearby village which historically belonged to Cornwall, is steeped in myth and legend and home to excellent restaurants, boulangerie, charcuterie, post office and several bars.
The house has great character with open fires and a wealth of exposed beams, however gas central heating has been installed to ensure you remain cosy during the winter months. The large, private enclosed garden with expansive lawn and apple trees is ideal for children; swings, slide, paddling pool and bicycles (for both adults and children) are available.
The accommodation comprises of:
Bedrooms: Bedroom 1 has a double bed, 2 two singles and 3 has a double and single bed.
Kitchen: Traditional bread oven, gas cooker, microwave,fridge/freezer, coffee maker, kettle, toaster, washing machine and tumble dryer. Ironing facilities.
Living rooom: Large and spacious room with satellite TV, DVD player, CD player, double bed settee, open fire, sofa and comfortable armchairs.
Bathroom: Large downstairs bathroom with shower over bath and bidet, separate WC with grab rails.
Exterior: large lawned, enclosed gardens, garden furniture, swing, slide, paddling pool, BBQ, off road parking.
Please note: All linen and towels are included in the rental price and one well behaved pet is welcome free of charge.
Perfectly situated to explore the beauty of Brittany, within the Parc d'Amorique area- Armorica Regional National Park, including it's 3 islands, Tirnanog provides the ideal base to cater for everyone with the wide range of activities available.
The diversity of the landscape from the rivers, lakes and rock formations that can be found in Huelgoat to the unspoilt beaches and rugged headlands that are within a thirty minute drive provide ample opportunities for exploring and indulging in the area. Wildlife enthusiasts are also well catered for with beavers otters and birds of prey the most commonly spotted within the Parc d'Amorique.
Come and explore Brittany in the perfect base!"
All linen and services are included in the pri
Brest Airport 50 minutes drive, Roskoff ferry port 50-minute drive
The village of Spezet is less than one mile away. The town of Chateauneuf du Faou with its market and supermarkets is a ten-minute drive. Huelgoat with its lake and Arthurian legend is only a twenty-minute drive.
The nearby village of Spezet has a number of excellent restaurants, several traditional bars and a charcuterie, chemist, boulangeries and post-office. The neighbouring town of Chateauneuf du Faou has supermarkets, restaurants and most things expected from a town. The weekly market is a must to visit, traditional in every way. Boats and canoes can be hired in Chateauneuf to explore the Aulne River and canal.
At Chateaulin there is a Leclerc's hypermarket which caters for every need and the prices are reasonable. There are also opportunities for other outdoor pursuits such as golf, walking /hiking and horse riding, although these are more expensive. Anyone interested in folklore and ancient monuments will have many sites to visit in the vicinity.
Chateauneuf du Faou is only 8km away a beautiful Breton market town nestling in the Montagnes Noires. 18 bars, several good restaurants (recommend Le Relais de Cornouaille), regular Breton Festivals and a brilliant Jazz Festival on the banks of the beautiful River l'Aulne in August. The town is amazingly unspoiled and underplayed in all the guide books. The town of Carhaix is only 7km away. In late July it hosts a famous 3-day rock festival (U2, Bruce Springsteen, Muse and the Killers have recently played there).
The medieval city of Quimper is a little over 20 minutes away with its spectacular cathedral, fascinating winding streets, half timbered buildings and chic shops, bars and restaurants. A little further inland lies the quaint lakeside town of Huelgoat with mystery walks into the forest with its enormous and fascinating boulders. Chateaulin is the largest main town to the house approximately 15 minutes away by car, and has a very reliable train station, which goes to other larger towns like Brest or Quimper.
Chateaulin is located on the banks of the river l'Aulne, it has plenty of shops, bars restaurants, banks and is renowned for its famous salmon run through the town with day permits readily available.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Access to complete fully equipped house.
Atención a los huéspedes
An English couple who live locally look after the house are very helpful.
Otros aspectos destacables
Discount for bookings over one week.
Guests to leave the house clean please.