Spacious house ideal for family holidays;heated pool; large garden of 6 acres
Ms Marion Wilkinson
- english, french
About Ms Marion Wilkinson
We moved to France from UK and bought this beautiful but derelict manor house.
Ms Marion Wilkinson purchased this House in 1989
Why Ms Marion Wilkinson chose Pluméliau
Despite it's run-down appearance and wildly overgrown land it had such character and a sense of tranquility. We immediately felt at home
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date.
We absolutely LOVED everything about our stay. Marion, Al, and especially Jake made us feel welcome and right at home. The pictures don't do it justice, the Manor is beautiful! We sincerely hope to get back there someday.
Pontivy our nearest large town is about 10kms.It is a charming country town on the River Blavet with many beautiful half-timbered, corbelled and turreted houses, cobbled streets and attractive shops in the old quarter around the 16th century church of Notre Dame de la Joie.The 15th century Castle of the Dukes of Rohan with its two remaining towers is well-worth a visit. There is a good variety of restaurants, cafes, interesting shops and good supermarkets. Pontivy has an open-air swimming pool. Market day is Monday.
Our friendly village of Plumeliau is 4 kms with 3 boulangeries, Le Forge creperie and pizzeria and cafes and bars and 2 good supermarkets.
There is Cycling for all stages from the gentle towpaths beside the Blavet river, through quiet country lanes and villages to the more exacting marked trails. Bicycles are available to hire locally.
Fishing; all types of angling is catered for and daily or weekly permits are available.
Golf. There is the 9-hole course at Bieuzy les Eaux and the 18 hole courses nearVannes , Lorient and Auray.
Gokarting in Plumeliau , Auray and Lanester near Lorient.
Horse riding stables can be found near Bieuzy les Eaux, Camors, Pontivy
A skateboarding park can be found in Hennebont
Tree climbing in the adventure forest at Camors is a lot of fun for the fit and energetic.
Watersports include canoeing on rivers, water skiing on inland lakes at Guerledan and Priziac and sailing, surfing and windsurfing on the coast.
Historic towns such as Pontivy, Auray Vannes Josselin and Quimper have retained much of their medieval character and are well worth a visit.
Markets for fresh produce and local crafts are found each day of the week in local towns. Cottages will have details of specific days. Try also the craft village of La Gacilly and Pont Scorff. The list can go on… beaches; rocky coves; museums; zoos; working museums; restored villages like Poul Fetan; chateaux; pardons; fetes…