Villa Les Sablettes
5 bis Hent Penn Chouen
Between heritage, recreational, sports, gastronomy and discoveries, Finistere holds many surprises. Close to your resort, discover what awaits you. Click : The inevitables
Emile Verhaeren wrote in 1902: "I cannot see the sea without dreaming of travel"
What better ambassador for this poet that The Villa Les Sablettes. It can comfortably accommodate 8 people with its 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and two ensuite bathrooms. The house, extremely well designed and comfortable is facing the sea. Upstairs, the Master Bedroom offers a sea view visible from your bed and benefits from its own private bathroom (with bath and shower) as well as a beautiful office space.
The teak floor invites you to walk barefoot and to enjoy the passing time. Outdoor terraces extend the sea side’s living space and are an undeniable asset to this peaceful heaven.
At high tide, when the coefficients are sufficient, the water is only a few centimetres from the terrace. At low tide, foot fishing enthusiasts will be pleased to pick clams right on the beach in front of the house. This little heaven will be the starting point of marvellous seaside walks, from creek coves to creek coves. The small beach is at your feet, protected from the wind and almost literally private.
Many seabirds, such as cormorants, egrets, kingfishers ... come to fish outside the house and birding enthusiasts will be delighted to discover the ornithological station on the “Ile Grande”.
The house is located on the border between Pleumeur-Bodou and Trebeurden.
The Arthurian soul hangs over this little corner of paradise and King Arthur never really leaves our thoughts. His half-sister, the fairy Morgane ("born of the sea" in Breton) seams to protect this little sea winds paradise with her powers. This small creek in which the house is set, is simply "Sheltered". The olive tree and the fig tree in the garden can attest to it.
The house also offers a screening room. Your holiday home awaits you.
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January 2 to May29,
October 2 to 23
November 6 to December 18
May 29 to July 10
August 28 to October 2
October 23 to November 6
December 18 to January 8, 2022
July 10 to August 28
Fun activities and sports
Just in front of the house, the water sports centre of the “Ile Grande”, which is at a walking distance in low tide or accessible by road in high tide, offers many water activities. This island is also the site of beautiful walks to discover the wildlife as well as the local flora. To find out what they have to offer, go to: Nautical base of "Ile Grande".
Saint Samson golf and its 18 holes awaits ou for a moment of relaxation
The adventure trail, offers a walk among the trees
Equestrian walks with Equinature
A qualified equestrian instructor welcomes you. "Equitation Stéphane" help you to discover the region on horseback or just for courses. His horse center is located 200 meters from the golf.
A sports complex with an indoor tennis courts. Information and reservations : 0033(0)296239025
Many hiking tours are available with the tourist office as well as a 17 Miles Mountain bike riding route. Information: 02 96 23 91 34 47. The GR 34 (Hiking path) is right behind the house
The "Ecocentre Trégor" is a place for exchange, discovery and sharing around ecology. Bring your family for a stroll and to play on the three thematic areas.
In Trébeurden, the dive center is a renowned international centre for diving.
Also to discover: Le The forum of Trégastel(seawater heated bath), Trégastel Marine aquarium, the Radôme park (planetarium, telecoms museum), the Gallic Village, the Thalasso centre and thecasino in Perros-Guirec, Océanopolis in Brest, the Cinema of Perros-Guirec, Léguer Downhill Kayak in Lannion, Surf School in Tréstaou and in Perros-Guirec.
Many surrounding botanical gardens, such as the Pellinec garden will charm you with all their different colours and scents.
The Aval Island (Lîle D’Aval or Enez Aval), now a private property, is one of the most famous small islands of the Brittany coast. The legend says that King Arthur is buried there, and the Bretons of both sides of the Channel await his revival to unite the Celt once again.
To visit the surrounding islands, you have three choices:
-From The Trébeurden port : departures for the Ile de Batz
-From the port of Perros –Guirec: departures for the seven Islands. Great trip if you want to discover the only French colony of northern gannets on Rouzic Island.
-From the Arcouest pier: departure for Bréhat lsland
In order to enjoy the pleasures that the sea offers, you can take away the seafood you like ( raw or cooked) as it comes or on a sea food platter prepared specially for you, unless you choose to eat it on site at “L’Atelier de l’Huître” , Toëno way in Trebeurden .
Fishermen also sell their catch directly to you on Saint -Sauveur port on the “Ile Grande” or on the Landrellec peninsula which is about 3 miles from the house.
Visits, relaxation, gastronomy
You will find Pleumeur-Bodou in the northwest of the county, at the very end of “Côtes-d´Armor” by the “pays du Trégor”along the Channel shores. "Pleumeur" means "large parish" while “Bodou" comes from Saint Bodo (or Podo), who was the founder of the town. The township includes the town itself as well as many villages or hamlets and an island, “Île-Grande” (Enez Veur in Breton), near by the Villa. The town is standing on a granit soil (the famous coast pink granit). The coastline of Pleumeur stretches for 10 miles and has a lot of little islands, coves, beaches and striking small ports. The main sites are “Ile Grande”, “Keryvon Bay” and “Landrellec peninsula”. The town has several beaches, including those of “Pors-Gelen, “Toul-Gwenn”, “Keryvon” and “Landrellec”. Many islands are scattered around the coast. The best known are “Aganton Island”, “Losket island”, “Erc´h island”, “Morvil island” and mainly “Aval Island” (see: Avalon), where, according to the legend, King Arthur would be in “Dormition” (Aval island is privately owned and its visit is prohibited) .The town also hosts a wood shared with “Trébeurden”: wood of Lann Ar-Waremm which hosts deers, woodcocks, squirrels, foxes and many birds species. Some coastal streams run through the town: the Kerduel flows into the Perros-Guirec bay, the Ker-Huel in Penvern, and Samson in the Keryvon Bay. Pleumeur-Bodou has also many trekking and biking paths all along the coast, in the woods or across the moor.
The PLEUMEUR - BODOU Heritage is important : the megaliths ( covered walkways of Ile Grande or Christianised standing stones “menhir” of Saint- Uzec ) , chapels ( Saint- Samson, Saint Uzec , Saint Anthony ) Kerduel Castle, hamlets of character ( Ile Grande lanes, Kerianegan , Saint Uzec ) .
Natural sites are numerous. Walking around the “Ile Grande” (4 miles by feet) will take you up to 2 hours and 30 minutes or more depending of your daydreams and observations. What a magical moment and what a scenery!List of markets at "Trégor Goëlo".
Very close to the house, you will find the nearby oyster beds, fishing walking, professionals catch fishing (direct sales are possible), that will provide you with the raw products you need for an exceptional cooking.
Fot the organic food lovers, there are many organic stores around (2 in Perros-Guirrec, 2 in Lannion), several organic fams (one is only 400 yards from the house), many sellers of organic market products and organice deemed bakery in Trébeurden (5 minutes from home)
Everything you need to prepare and enjoy healthy and quality food.
The area benefits from several good tables, for the fun to let it go around a good meal: 300 yards from the house, there is the pizzéria Al Dente.
Words of advice from the owners: in an exceptional location, perfect food around local products at “Ti Al Lannec restaurant” or at “the Manoir de Lan Kerellec” in Trebeurden or again, at “Castel Beau Site” in Ploumanach.
But also the restaurants “La Suite” in Perros-Guirec, “Le Triagoz” in Trégastel on Coz Pors beach, “Le Macareux” (the puffin) on the peninsula Landrellec in Pleumeur-Bodou.
Check in times
Arrivals are between 5pm and 7pm. If you are going to be late, please let us or the contact person know as early as possible so we can welcome you at the villa at the agreed time. Have a safe journey.
From Lannion, follow the D21 until Pleumeur-Bodou, at the roundabout of La Clarté go straight away, follow the road of Ile Grande, continue out of Pleumeur-Bodou, go through Penvern and enter in Trébeurden. Then go right on Penvern Corniche, and enter in Penvern. The small path Hent Penn Chouen is on your left and the house is about 200 yard on your left. Enjoy your holidays...
Brest-Guipavas Airport about 100km.
In Lannion (10km) you´ll find a SNCF train station.Many visitors arrive by ferry (Roscoff, 80km).
There are two companies :Brittany Ferries. Destinations are Plymouth, Cork and Santander.
Barbecue à charbon, charcoal barbecue
Cuisine équipée, equipped kitchen, ausgestattete Küche
Cuisson vitro-céramique, vitro-ceramic cooking, Glaskeramik kochen
jardin, garden, Garten
Lave-linge, washing-machine, Waschmaschine
Lave-Vaisselle, dishwasher, Geschirrspüler
Pieds dans l'eau, direct access, Direkter Zugang zum Strand
Plage toute proche, nearby beach, In der Nähe Strand
Salon de jardin, garden lounge, Garten Lounge
Sèche-linge, trumble dryer, Wäschetrockner
Terrasse, terrace, Terrasse
Vélos, bicycles, Fahrrad
Vue mer, sea view, Seeblick
5 bis Hent Penn Chouen