The house is in the small, peaceful hamlet of Kerlouët, just 2kms from the village of Kérien and 11kms from the town of Bourbriac with its famous church.
The mediaeval cathedral city of Guingamp is 22kms distant.
The ferry ports of St. Malo and Roscoff are approximately 1.5 hours drive as is Dinard airport, with Brest airport being an additional half hours' drive.
Brittany has the largest coastline in France. There are many beaches within easy reach, ranging from the bustling port of Binic to the almost deserted stretches of sand at St. Efflam favoured by horse riders and people flying kites. Kerlouët is a pleasant 40 minutes drive from the nearest.
Tregastel (below) is an hours' drive away on the Brittany Coast
Brittany's close proximity to the sea ensures that restaurants offer a variety of fresh fish and seafood. Meat and locally grown vegetables are also plentiful. There are a variety of large, bustling markets in the area.
Rostrenen Market is a 20 minute drive away (slideshow below)
Guingamp offers a number of supermarkets and fascinating shops, cafés and restaurants, either adjacent to or within the pretty central square.
Kerlouët is close to the centre of rural Brittany.
There are many pleasant places to visit, all within a comfortable drive.
The Kerien Horsefair (slideshow below)
Local beauty spots include Etang d'Blavet, Kerne Uhel, Etang Neuf, Gorges de Toul Goulic and many others.
The area offers a variety of activities including:
fishing, cycling, walking, horse riding, golf, etc. as well as easy access to Finisterè and Morbihan.
The Kerne Uhel Barrage in the Rain
Brittany is a wonderful place to visit at any time of year, with its stunning natural beauty and a rich and vibrant history and pre history.