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The "little houses on the prairie" are gathered in this hamlet like sisters. Although they share the same spirit, they each have a unique character and proudly display their name to better stand out from the crowd. Whether they are dressed in brick and glass or wood and metal topped with tiles, discrete or more assertive, modern or traditional, they all offer a taste of country life. Thick woods, the sparkling river Leff and bountiful meadows surround them, whilst modern comforts and delicate colours lie within. With both Breton and Irish influences, nothing would suggests that they are also children of the sea - the beaches of Binic (the "beauty spot of the Côtes d'Armor") await nearby. Countryside by the sea: a beautiful combination. Groups of family or friends need only choose which of these houses best fits their desires...unless all of them do!
I am Irish and I came to Brittany to perfect my French. I met my husband while working at his parents' farmhouse and then settled on his grandparents' farm. The small houses of the hamlet belonged to various members of the family. We were inspired by our ancestors to recreate a village spirit.
The eight cottages are gathered in a place known as the Côtes d'Armor. These small houses and stone peasant barns bear the names of their former occupants: Rose, Louise, Marie, Jeanne, Florence, Josephine, Anne and Isidore. The former barn, for example, has been preserved and modernised in the spirit of an artist's workshop with large windows and a harmony of stone, brick, metal and wood.
We took over the farm in 2000. The houses were in poor condition because they had not been lived in for several decades. We renovated them one by one over thirteen years: one for us, eight guest cottages, a laundry house and a reception. One part was kept as a stable to shelter the draft horses in winter.
We offer eight cosy and chic cottages in a bucolic setting, surrounded by quiet countryside and just minutes from the beaches. The decor has a touch of Irish influence to reflect my origins. Breakfast is delivered in the morning upon request and we offer guides for walks and outings.
On the other side of the village, my husband's three sisters run a farmhouse inn. It is a unique place nestled in a valley where you can taste the hotpot which has been served for over forty years. It is a family place with a beautiful garden where vegetables are grown in permaculture. There are also plenty of games for kids, pony rides, pedalos on the river and a parkabout (nets in the trees).
500 € - 1500 € / week
The eight cottages are in a small hamlet and can accommodate from two to six people. They each have a private garden and a separate entrance.