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The Cottage is set in the heart of Brittany with nearby Villages ready to be explored close by.

OTHER LOCAL VILLAGES TO DISCOVER

Locarn
The vicinity is recognised as being an area of outstanding beauty. A number of English people have chosen to live here. Between our village and Locarn is the Gorges du Corong, which forms part of an environmentally protected area securing the habitat of many species. There are Menhirs (Standing Stones) to be seen and walks of various lengths which take in this Ice Age valley. The Village itself whilst being small has a fine church and an excellent inexpensive restaurant (one of many locally).

Callac
Within easy distance, a fair sized town. There are two supermarkets, a few hotels near the Railway Station (from here it is possible to get a train to Paris). There are leisure facilities, together with a Lake. There are numerous places to eat. Market day is on a Wednesday. You can purchase English Newspapers (day old) at the Newagents in the Square the proprietor also speaks good English. Wine may be purchased at a Cave here, being of good quality.

Carhaix
It is a large town, there are a number of fine restaurants, together with many sorts of takeaways; not least of its boasts (sorry to say) is a McDonalds. Carhaix being larger than Callac with all the facilities of a large town. This too is where to find the nearest hospital with an Emergency Facility. A large weekly Market takes place of a Saturday.

Carhaix has a festival each year, which would rival that of Glastonbury, now known throughout France it has just celebrated its tenth anniversary.

Rostrenen
Rostrenen is a traditional Breton market town and is the closest town to the approximately a 10 minute drive. In Rostrenen you will find several banks, boulangeries, Post Office, Chemists, Doctors (Dr.Rault, excellent eng speaking), Tourist Office where you can find information on the area, local places of interest and events that might be occur during your visit and 4 supermarkets. There are also several places to eat and drink, including the Coeur de Breizh which offers traditional Breton cuisine, the Henry IV (the seafood platter is especially good) and a number pizzerias. All are surpassed by the gourmet Restaurant L'Eventail. Every Tuesday is market day in Rostrenen, where you will find a range of stalls offering locally grown produce together with, homemade cheeses and breads, fresh fish and cooked meats. Rostrenen is also known for it's Dans Fisal Festival (a festival of Breton folk dancing and music), which is held in August complete with a fairground for the kids.