5 bedrooms (1 with wheelchair access), 3 bath/shower rooms, sleeps 2-10
- english, french
Pool / Spa
Max guests: 10
Minimum age of primary renter: 18
Cancelled bookings will not receive a refund
Misleading and disappointing
Our holiday at Trelevern Villa proved disappointing in many ways. We certainly would not return and we believe that a number of our concerns need to be brought to the attention of the owners/organisers.
The villa has five bedrooms and we are a retired couple. When asked which bedrooms we required we asked for two bedrooms to be prepared. Despite this we were not offered any reduction in cost which we have received with other owners.
The description of the villa did not live up to our expectations when we arrived. The heated indoor swimming pool proved to be a child`s plunge pool. No-one over the age of 5 could have used it as a swimming pool. This was very disappointing for my wife who likes to swim every day. The hot tub was basic and one of the jets did not work The master bedroom with four poster bed and ensuite facilities was actually a rickety cheap four poster bed with a very small combined shower/toilet.
The whole villa was in need of TLC. A lace curtain had been sellotaped to keep it in position. The dishwasher would not work and there were no instructions. The main tv was extremely dated and in satellite mode, the picture did not fit the screen. Cupboard doors had not been fitted and the whole impression was a DIY job that was not yet finished.
Finally we were given a contact who was the manager for the property living close by. We never actually met him and our attempts to contact him about some of the issues outlined above were met with an answer phone message. On our return home, he informed us that he was assisting his daughter as she began university at Rennes. This could have been a real problem if there had been any major problems requiring his attention.
For the price we paid we did not feel we received value for money.
Great house, great location!
A wonderful week at a great location, the accommodation was 1st class perfect for our family with young children who especially liked the pool and of course the lovely nearby beach. Would recommend this property and area to anyone.
Excellent house for four generations
A family reunion to celebrate a 90th birthday. The house is such a clever layout that it accommodated eight adults and one young toddler with ease. The kitchen/dining room with an ample lounge area meant that meal preparation could be a communal thing and the further lounge allowed a quiet area if needed.
The heated pool is small but was sufficient to do a few strokes or 'water yoga' in the morning or allow a youngster to have a bit of a splash around using the available water aids. Then the jacuzzi hot tub was an added bonus for the adults to indulge. We found that the insulation was sufficient to allow the heater to be switched off over night and still be plenty warm enough in the morning.
The games available in the garden sheds were not used but would pass time for some youngsters and so too the long garden in which we had a visit from a green woodpecker on the first morning.
The house location is excellent. A lovely walk down to the shore along which further coastal walks go either way. We had some wonderful sunsets and were intrigued with the huge tidal range. You can walk the other way into the village where there is an excellent baker, butcher and epicerie where we had fresh milk ordered by the very friendly and helpful shop assistant/owner.
Into a car and you have not far to the north the spectacular Cote de Granit Rose which must not be missed. Easy access from the Plage St Guirec and walk northeast to Ploumanach and try and imagine what the weirdly shaped rocks look like. We had two excellent lunches at a cafe beside the car park there. Mussels, crevettes or delicious salads then follow with crepes and caramel sauce all washed down with local cider on tap drunk from cups.
Lannion to the south was interesting with the half timbered houses and we also saw some canoe slalom competition which was great fun.
We only had 5 nights (early May) and kept pretty local but it was a lovely holiday.
Great location, close to a beautiful beach
The house was perfect for 2 families, the pool entertained the children. The house was well equipped and supplied with everything we needed.We loved walking to the beach and the village. Great scenery and walks in the area. Nice weather during our stay
Bra bas för Bretagneresa
Beskrivning av huset stämde med verkligheten. Bra rum och praktisk kök och bra mindre bassäng och dessutom bubbelbad. Fungerade med rullstol som utlovats. Trädgården lite men ok och framförallt relativt nära till fin badstrand. Trelevern trevlig by. I övrigt utmärkta mataffärer på ca 8 km avstånd. Bil behövs. Många fina platser att besöka i närheten både för natur- och kulturintresserade. Hade hoppats på mer kontakt med Bretonspråk och kultur, får bli nästa gång.
Steve och Rachel som ansvarade för huset var mycket hjälpsamma och tillmötesgående.
Huset kan rekommenderas för upp till tio vuxna (vi var åtta).
Bra relation mellan pris och standard.
A most enjoyable stay in a well set up gite.
The gite was very well set up for our three generations and having a second sitting room was great for the younger ones. We loved being a short walk from a beautiful beach and enjoyed our fresh croissants each morning from the boulangerie in the village.
The pool was extremely popular with the grandchildren and the hot tub lovely for the grown ups.
Thank you to Rachel and Steve for keeping everything running smoothly.
This great 5 bed holiday villa is just a few minute walk away from the white sandy beach, pink granite rocks and lush blue sea of Brittany’s Cote D'Armor. Bar/shop/restaurants are also within easy walking distance enabling you to park up the car and enjoy! The location of this property could not be better. When you do want to drive the marina at Perros Guerec is the next bay along the coast and the vibrant and historic market town of Lannion is only 8km away with a full range of large and small shops, bistros, street markets and much more. The northern coastline of Brittany is a wonderful mix of dunes leading to huge sandy beaches and pink granite rocks reaching out into the sea to form a series of islands. With only one sixth of the UK population density they remain fairly uncrowded even in the height of summer. The native Breton language is spoken along with French and you can be assured of a warm welcome in the many small bars and restaurants of the area, shops and markets.