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Saint Herbot,  Brittany,  France
4 Bedroom Manor House

Beautiful 16th Century Manor For Sale in Brittany This 16th century manor made from granite is situated in the centre of an historical village. The house is full of character and history. The ground floor is composed of a huge sitting room with an open stone fireplace, a spacious kitchen with dining area and a gigantic fireplace. You can find as well a cellar and a bathroom on this floor.


Ploerdut,  Brittany,  France
4 Bedroom Semi-Detached House Gite

2 Cottages for sale in a magnificent rural area. Both cottages are 1800's. The first has been recently renovated and is very modern with an open plan design. It is insulated to a higher than average standard and both upstairs and down and requires little heating. It is plastered throughout and easy to keep clean.


Kerpert,  Brittany,  France
2 Bedroom Longere Land

Totally restored to highest standards, retirement or holiday home, ready to move in : Keremma - 22480 Kerpert Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are selling our newly rebuilt, bright and easily-maintained 2-bedroomed (118 m²) stone-built house, an idyllic retirement place or as a family holiday home.


Kerpert,  Brittany,  France
5 Bedroom Character Property Outbuilding

Bright and light large family home, ready to move in : La Grande Maison - 22480 Kerpert Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are selling our substantial, bright and imposing 5-bedroomed (329 m²) stone-built house, ideal as a family holiday home, an idyllic retirement place or as a home with income potential.


Landeleau,  Brittany,  France
7 Bedroom Semi-Detached House

This property comprises a pair (semi-detached - to each other) of 2/3 storey dwellings situated in the centre of the small rural village of Landeleau. The right side property comprises a 2 storey house (134 m2) with staircase access to an open attic room.

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Brittany Introduction

Dramatic rocky coastline and beaches of fine-grained sand, old fishing villages, a lonely hinterland with pastures and hedges, remnants of a mysterious megalithic culture and lively Celtic traditions all contribute to the appeal of Brittany, for many the most beautiful peninsula and most attractive holiday destination in France. Brittany, reaching out into the Atlantic at the northwestern corner of the country, has two sides to its character. Ar Mor, land on the sea, is the name given to this stretch of coast by the Gauls. Rocky cliffs dominate the coastline, broken by sandy bays, picturesque fishing villages and seaside resorts, popular for their mild climate and healthy air. Argoat, land of the woods, describes the hinterland, once lonely heaths, moors and woodland, now merely the land of meadows and hedges. The peninsula is crossed by the Massif Amoricain, with the peaks of the Monts d,Arree reaching 384m/1259ft (Roc Trevezel), 330m/1082ft (Menez-Hom) on the Crozon peninsula and in the Montagnes Noires 326m/1069ft (Roc de Toullaeron). The capital is Rennes, as the historic capital of Nantes was annexed to the Pays de la Loire region in 1981. Brittany is the second most popular holiday region in France after the Cote d'Azur. Most aim for the coast, but hikers, houseboat holidaymakers and thalassotherapy enthusiasts will also find much to suit their tastes.


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