The Stables is split level with the main bedroom located on a very attractive mezzanine floor, providing a double, plus a further single bed.
The other separate bedroom has bunk beds and is ideal for children. There is a cot and further single bed available if required.
The fully equipped kitchen includes a gas cooker, fridge, a microwave oven, a washing machine, an iron and a good selection of various cooking utensils and crockery.
It has a downstairs bathroom, including a shower, wc and wash hand basin.
In the lounge area there two settees and comfortable chairs, and a TV that receives English television and radio and a DVD player should you wish to bring your own DVDs. The property is very children friendly with tiled floor throughout for ease of cleaning.
Outside there is a patio area with a table and chairs and a barbecue.
Each gite has been converted to the highest standards and includes all modern comforts, yet retaining elements of traditional charm such as exposed beams and stonework. Situated on the outskirts of the small village of Dineault, Gouspagne has outstanding views of the surrounding countryside and is the ideal location whether you are looking for a quiet walking holiday or a beach based one. The town of Chateaulin is about a 15 minutes drive away and provides a good selection of bars, restaurants, shops and also supermarkets. A major attraction during the fishing season, where salmon is the main sport fish. The picturesque village of Port Launay which is about 20 minutes away, has a centre for various water sports and has an annual boating festival which attracts many visitors. The city of Brest further to the north is easily within an hours drive and has major attractions such as a 23 hole golf course and Oceanopolis, which not so much an aquarium as a marine theme park.
Philip and I are originally Warwickshire farmers with a love of the countryside and rural life. In our mid 50's and looking for a new venture in life we were introduced to 'Gouspagne'
Our first thoughts of the ivy covered semi ruin were far from favourable, but when we saw the panoramic views over the valley and surrounding Brittany countryside we knew we had found our dream. So in May 2006 we started work restoring and renovating this ancient farm and buildings. Being a bricklayer by trade with a passion for stone work Philip was in his element. With the help of family and friends and a few "tres bons" of encouragement from the locals we created what we have today. The house and buildings have changed but the view is still as spectacular as ever, a friend once described this area as the garden of Eden, come see it for yourselves.
Has to be the panoramic view.
What a lovely house! We especially enjoyed the field and its view.Thanks for all your help and advice in exploring this wonderful (and new to us) part of France. Jacky, John. Hester and Ezra. A lovely, restful week in a beautiful part of Finistere. Andrea, Guy, Clara and Edward.
On arrival a returnable security cheque of £150-00 or equivalent in euros is required. This cheque will be shredded or returned as soon as possible following departure and inspection, if cash is given this will be returned as a cheque or bank transfer.
Normally Saturday to Saturday in The Stables and The Farmhouse however we can be flexible with change-over days in some months. Arrivals after 4 pm and departures before 10 am.
Notes on prices:
We can be flexible with start days/dates and prices please ask. Prices are for the property per week in UK Pounds.
Discounts are available for winter lets please ask for details.
Christmas week in The Farmhouse, £500.
Christmas week in The Haywain, £600.
Christmas week in The Dairy, £300
Small dogs £25 extra, large dogs £35 extra.
10% discount with our Brittany Ferries code number.