|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Detached stone barn set in a former farmyard. Sunlight shines through the glazed doors into the tiled hall and dining area, with an oak dresser and dining table (set for 8 people). The U shaped kitchen has solid oak worktops, a 90cm calor gas cooker, and is fully equipped for creating gastronomic delights! A shower room and utility room lead off the kitchen. French glazed doors lead to the west facing terrace where you can sit and watch the sun set with the scent of lavender and rosemary all around. Relax in the salon, a comfortable and cosy room with original Breton fireplace with a wood burning stove on the hearth. Sofas and easy chairs, books, maps, some games and a tv mean plenty to do. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms with velux windows so you can watch the stars while you rest! Main bathroom has a shower over the bath, en suite shower room to bedroom 1. The mix of original stone walls, oak beams and flooring & natural fabrics make a peaceful atmosphere you can relax in.
I had long dreamed of a owning a Breton property and fell in love with this granite barn on my first visit; covered in snow, it was cosy and welcoming inside, complete with chickens and straw! It took 4 years of love and care to create the lovely home you see today. I enjoy space, light and natural building materials and have incorporated these into its' renovation. Family and friends have enjoyed visits to La Provotais, I have local friends who help me care for the property and provide a warm welcome to visitors. Feel free to ask me any questions, share any ideas or suggestions about the house or the area. I want visitors to have happy times!
Jaki Bennett purchased this in 2005
One visit to Rochefort en terre is all that is needed to enchant and delight any visitor! The mix of oak forests, streams, farms and medieval towns make Morbihan a magical place. The quiet roads through farmland are a pleasure to drive down, making the salt marshes and beaches a short drive away.
Approached through a stone arch, the barn is set in an old farm yard with other stone farm buildings, now all homes. There is a working dairy farm nearby, with about 40 cows. Neighbours have chickens and goats, with their accompanying sounds! The west facing terrace offers the chance to enjoy barbecues watching the sun set through the oak trees. Night time is very dark in this part of Brittany so it's a great chance to look at the stars.
The visitors book at the property has very positive comments from previous holidaymakers. I am happy to say that families have returned 2 or 3 times, which is testament to their satisfaction.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£200|
Please contact me via email with any enquiries. Towel and linen hire can be arranged nearer the time. A breakage deposit of £200 is refundable after return of key and satisfactory check of property. Cheques or direct bank payment is fine.
Usually Saturday, but I am flexible as I understand these are busy days to travel. A key will be provided so you will be able to arrive any time. A welcome pack is included, tea and coffee (and wine!) always available.
Notes on prices:
Prices are for full week, and include water, electricity, gas and logs. For shorter breaks or long weekends please contact me direct.
Note that Christmas and New Year bookings may not be available, please contact me for specific prices.
A deposit of £100 secures your booking, this can be paid by cheque or bank transfer. Please contact me via email or call with any enquiries. The balance is due 6 weeks before your stay. Paying a deposit reserves your booking so is not refundable if you cancel, holiday insurance is recommended.