Ker-eol is a lovely detached farmhouse situated just outside the world famous Artists' town of Pont Aven where the renowned artist Gauguin worked and studied in the 1880's. Within 10 minutes drive there is access to a stunning coastline.
The house has a large, secure garden, and about 3 acres of adjacent land. It sleeps 10 guests comfortably plus a baby (cot can be provided). There are 5 large bedrooms one of which is on the ground floor and has ensuite facilities. This makes it particularly suitable for guests with impaired mobility.
Kitchen and dining
The kitchen diner comfortably seats 6 people. There is also a dining room with table to seat 8 guests and a small table in the conservatory.The kitchen is modern and well fitted with everything needed for a self catering holiday.
The oven has a gas hob and electric oven. There is also a dishwasher, fridge-freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle and cafetiere.
A comfortable lounge is the focal point for the tv, UK channels available.
There is also a large conservatory providing extra space and an opportunity to relax in a quiet area.
There are 5 bedrooms. One of these is on the ground floor (king size bed) and has an en suite bathroom. This makes it ideal for guests with impaired mobility.
There are 2 further double rooms upstairs, one of which has an en suite bathroom.
The other 2 bedrooms both have 2 single beds.
En suite shower room (ground floor bedroom)
Further en suite to upstairs double bedroom having a corner bath and overhead shower.
Family bathroom with bath, overhead shower and bidet
Separate toilet downstairs
There is a logburner in the lounge for the cooler months.
Logs are available.
Tv, UK satellite channels
Garden and outside
Large secluded garden. A bbq is provided.
Outdoor table and chairs are provided and 4 sunloungers.
There are many outdoor ball games to keep the youngsters amused.
Parking and garages
Plenty of parking for 4 cars
This property is perfect for large groups.
Children and pets are particularly welcome. Pet Fee of £10 per dog per week. Pets are not allowed upstairs or on the furniture. Guests are asked not to leave them alone in the property.
For guests with impaired mobility the property can be particularly suitable as there is an en suite bedroom on the ground floor.
For wheelchair users please enquire and we will do our best to advise accordingly.
Ker-Eol is very close to the pretty town of Pont-Aven, which is a picturesque port popular with tourists due in part to its art galleries. This is a relaxing, peaceful area of France, with timeless appeal, unspoilt by commercialisation, with friendly locals and a typical example of the gentlThere are some wonderful beaches for bathing nearby and also some fantastic surfing beaches all within a few kilometres. There are many areas of great historical interest and great walking in the area. It is also a very popular area for fishing and boat trips.
Ker-Eol is very close to the pretty town of Pont-Aven, which is a picturesque port popular with tourists due in part to its art galleries. This is a relaxing, peaceful area of France, with timeless appeal, unspoilt by commercialisation, with friendly locals and a typical example of the gentle living in France that is so envied and loved.
The artist Gauguin came to Pont-Aven in the 1880s to paint before leaving for Tahiti. The stamp of gifted artistry is present without being pervasive or dominant and lends a deep sense of identity to the lovely small estuary town.
There are many beautiful beaches, particular favourites include Pointe De Trévignon, Tahiti Beach and Port Manech. All are very beautiful, but never crowded and mostly safe for bathing.
Nearby is the town of Concarneau with the Ville Close, a small, highly fortified 13th century citadelle on a rocky island in the bay. Concarneau has a good aquarium, sailing schools and a pleasant seafront and promenade, with a lovely atmosphere, often staging live open air music, and theatre. There is also an excellent selection of shops and restaurants.
The Pointe du Raz, known as the Land’s End of both Finistere and France, has been designated a “Grande Site Nationale” It is dramatic and well worth a visit, especially the deep fissures which fill and drain with a deafening surf-roar.
There is an abundance of fantastic restaurants all across Brittany accompanied by some stunning locations. Locals are friendly and welcoming, but maintain their strong sense of independence and nationality.
Other Activities: Art studios, open air cafés and historical sites with easy and pleasant walks often beside picturesque rivers and streams. A great place to unwind and really appreciate life at a leisurely gentle pace.
All linen and towels are provided. The house is ideal for families, groups of friends and couples of all ages.
A Welcome Pack is provided.
Dogs, maximum of 2, are also welcome at Kereol. The local Property Managers can help with arranging Vet appointment for your return journey.
A 20% discount is offered on Brittany Ferries crossings representing a substantial saving on your travel costs.
An "end of stay" cleaning service can be booked for a cost of 75€. this is payable locally on departure.