Villa de Tresseny
662, route de Tresseny
Come and discover the Villa Tresseny, in Pays Pagan, land of calm days on the bay, living in the ebb and flow of the tides on the sea with its secret lights.
The pebbles half buried in the sand, shining in the foam, roll
distant names, sometimes under the wind and the cloudless sky, mingle their laments with the sounds of our voices. Villa Tresseny, planned for 2 adults and 3 children, welcomes you on its dunes, surrounded by its garden with direct access to the beach, terrace facing the sea. You will find a kitchen, a shower room, a a separate toilet, a master bedroom and a bedroom with three bunk beds.
(For discounts, ask us or enter your dates below)
|Season 2023||price per week|
january to first week of april
three first weeks of october
november to december 20
|two last weeks of september||750|
second week of april to first week of july
two first weeks of september
Wmas and New Year
two first weeks of july
|middle of july to end of august||1400|
Fun activities and sports
The Rêves de Mer Nautical Center in Plounéour-Trez (02 98 83 55 17) located 10 minutes by car, offers a range of water sports from sand yachting catamaran through the paddle or towed buoy.
The Sailing School Nautical Center of Brignogan, also offers many water sports and diving courses.
L’école de Kitesurf de Bretagne (The Kitesurf School of Brittany), located in Plouescat, invites you to discover an exceptional sport that will transport you to another world. You can call Adrien at 0783338707.
This house is also the starting point for wonderful seaside walks to discover the flora and sumptuous landscapes at all times of the day.
Les Amis des sentiers de randonnée de Kerlouan (The Friends of Kerlouan hiking trails) invite you to discover this exceptional site and the walks it offers.The coastline of Kerlouan has remained very well preserved.
There are many beaches there, most of them are sand and granulite (big rocks). They are vast and count among the most beautiful beaches of the north of Brittany. There are also beaches on the side of the Tresseny estuary (swimming is possible only at high tide, at low tide you can practice sand yachting).
Visits, relaxation, gastronomy
At the heart of the country pagan ("pagan" in Breton), Kerlouan seduced by its grass dunes and its unique atmosphere. Nestled behind huge, oddly shaped stone blocks, its picturesque fishing village (Meneham or Menez-Ham) with thatched roofs has retained its old-world charm. Take a detour to ythe coast and its imposing rocks.
Kerlouan? If the name says nothing to you, you necessarily know the photographs of its guard house, its fishermen´s cottages or its pretty beaches. They illustrate many postcards and tourist guides. Discover the charming hamlet of Menez-Ham. Tucked between the rocks, its 17th century guardhouse will not leave you indifferent, just like its charming thatched cottages now restored.
Since Kerlouan, discover the lighthouses of legends, all more beautiful and magical than each other.The legend of the wreckers explains that many ships have stranded on the shores of the pagan country. According to legend, ill-intentioned inhabitants were the cause of these accidents. They say they were walking on the dunes at night, with a lantern in their hands, drawing the boats to the coast where they ran aground then ...Visit the coast of legends
The Sunday market takes place on Sunday mornings from 9 am to 1 pm Place de la mairie from June 15 to September 15. In July and August, musical entertainment is organized between 11 am and 12 am. Outside this period, some exhibitors keep their point of sale all year long.In the surrounding area, the market of Brignogan-beach is held on Friday morning (3 km), that of Lesneven takes place all the day on monday (8km) and that of Plouescat on Saturday morning, places halls.
The Meneham auberge will be perfect for a short break after a nice walk by the sea. The setting is magical.
Regulars are unanimous to say that the creperie "Les Marronnier" in Kerlouan, is by far the best of the region. Remember to book on +33 2 98 83 95 73
La P´tite Fringale, in the village, offers foie gras, fish terrine and homemade desserts, scallops, cod, meat stamped Brittany, homemade ice cream, traditional cuisine made, with maximum local products. A know-how to discover à la carte as via the formulas at noon (from 8,50 EUR). This restaurant also offers seafood platters to order. A nice discovery for a simple and effective cuisine. 02.30.82.34.54.
The restaurant Le Galion, beautiful setting, excellent value for money, fast service. We ate very well, tasty dishes including carrots with ginger and lemon. To discover in the town, 02 98 83 93 20.
For a gourmet meal and a very good meal, head to La Butte restaurant in Plouider, a Michelin star. Modern, Creative Cuisine; gourmet; Traditional, Classical; Vegetarian; Vegan. A safe bet, we have never been disappointed.
Check in times
Arrivals are between 4pm 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.
You can write "Streat Roc´h Quelennec" in Kerlouan (29) in your NAV. The house Number is 525.
Brest-Guipavas Airport (about 27km )
In BREST (39km) you´ll find a TGV train station. Paris-Brest in 4,5 hours.
Many visitors arrive by ferry (Roscoff, about 40mn drive). There are two companies : Brittany Ferries and Irish Ferries.
Destinations are Plymouth, Cork and Santander.
Cuisine équipée, equipped kitchen, ausgestattete Küche
Cuisson induction, induction cooking, Induktionskochen
Lave-Vaisselle, dishwasher, Geschirrspüler
Lave-linge, washing-machine, Waschmaschine
Sèche-linge, trumble dryer, Wäschetrockner
Chauffage électrique, electric heating, Elektroheizung
jardin, garden, Garten
Pieds dans l'eau, direct access, Direkter Zugang zum Strand
Plage toute proche, nearby beach, In der Nähe Strand
Vue mer, sea view, Seeblick
Terrasse, terrace, Terrasse
Barbecue à charbon, charcoal barbecue
Salon de jardin, garden lounge, Garten Lounge
662, route de Tresseny