HOMEDiscover the calm of walks along the paths and push on to the beaches and the forest.
In winter, the sea shows you its power: formidable storms are a fascinating spectacle! And in summer, you can swim under the shelter of sandy coves.
The place is ideal for visiting southern Brittany, from the tip of the raz to the Gulf of Morbihan: Pont-Aven, Port Garrec (actually The Port of doelan), Concarneau and the feast of blue nets, Lorient and its interceltic festival, Riec sur Belon with its fine oysters, Quimperlé. You are 45 minutes from Vannes and the Gulf of Morbihan or Carnac, Quiberon. hikes on the coastal path, the gr34 or in the Karnoet forest. and for sporting holidays: horse, gulf, sailing, kite surfing, kayaking, diving, etc. Top
THE ROOMSIt is a little known and, therefore, unspoiled place that makes hikers and discoverers of Breton countryside and culture happy.
The farmhouse, built in local stone, has been restored with sustainable, natural and renewable materials: lime, hemp, wood and terracotta. The three bedrooms, classified "Brittany Bed and Breakfast" have all modern comforts (a bathroom and private toilets...). Each bedroom is equipped with a 2m X 1. 6m bed and a single bed. We provide a large shared kitchen to prepare meals and sandwiches. Top
THE TABLEWe offer breakfast with lots of local specialties.
In addition to the usual coffee, tea and chocolate, you will have homemade pancakes, 4 homemade jams, honey produced on our land, 2 varieties of bread, homemade salted butter caramel, homemade yoghurts, homemade far or Breton cake or with nuts, seasonal fruit (apples, mirabelle plums, cherries, strawberries..) cheese, sausage with hazelnuts and orange juice.
In short, enough to have a good time. Top
COMFORT & SERVICESOur three bedrooms are spacious and bright: 25 m². There is a large double bed of 1. 6m X 2m and a single bed in 2m.
They all have a bathroom with private shower and toilet and separate from the bathroom.
The canopy bedroom shower room is accessible to wheelchair users.
The furniture is authentic, in oak, elm, cherry or chestnut. Each room is different in terms of furnishings, but they all have a table, a wardrobe, a cupboard or a standing and convenient man. In the garden, an outdoor lounge is available.
Fans are available for hot summer days. Top
THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENTMysterious and authentic, the Municipality of Clohars-Carnoët invites you to discover its estuaries and the ocean: its cliffs, beaches and ports. Land of painters since the 19th century, Clohars-Carnoët also fascinates with its wooded landscapes and country lanes.
Clohars-Carnoët is a French commune in the department of Finistère, in the Brittany region. Its inhabitants are called the Cloharsiens. This town includes the seaside resort of Pouldu, the port of Doëlan and various beaches including those of Kérou and Bellangenet.
With the exception of Pouldu and Porsac’h cove, the coastline is made up of rocky cliffs. The customs trail (gr 34) runs along the entire coast.
The seaside resort of Pouldu occupies a former dune area. There are three large sandy beaches: grands Sables, Bellangenet and Kérou.
The town has 660 ha of wood. The wooded areas are located north of the town with the national forest of Carnoët.
The village of Clohars-Carnoët is located inland. The territory is made up of a multitude of villages and hamlets. The town is bordered by two small ports, Le Pouldu, at the mouth of the Laïta, and Doëlan, nestled at the bottom of a cove, near the border with the town of Moëlan-sur-Mer.
On the coast, with its superb villas with bourgeois charm from the beginning of the 20th century, Le Pouldu is a lovely seaside resort with a family atmosphere.
The beaches of Bellangenêt, Kérou and grands Sables are among the most beautiful in the region.
A path along the jagged cliffs and overlooking beaches and coves preserved from the winds leads to the port of Doëlan.
The Port of Doëlan is undoubtedly one of the jewels of small Breton ports.
The port of Doëlan comes alive with the daily sale of inshore fishers who fish, depending on the season, shrimp, crab, lobster, sardines, bass or mackerel.
At the quay you can see the forager "Le Rigolo", a certified copy of a vessel armed for sardine fishing in 1922, with its large sail of 50 m2.
It is through a beautiful estuary that the waters of the Laïta join the Ocean. Top
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