The holiday cottages are self catering accommodation that have there own private gardens including garden furniture, parasol and BBQ and share a 30`x 20`solar heated swimming pool, with surrounding patio and sun loungers. The extensive grounds afford the opportunity for quiet relaxation and contemplation. The gardens are well stocked and attractive with a added attraction of an original Breton Bread Oven. Guests can enjoy a quiet game of boules; explore the surrounding countryside on our cycles or on foot.
The lake is accessible directly from our grounds and includes a lakeside bar, children's play area and assault course. The lake has some large common carp, large Pike, tench, perch and trout, fresh stock was added in May 2009 so why not try your luck at fishing.
Driving in Brittany is a real pleasure: wonderfully quiet country roads which wind through beautiful tree lined valleys, picturesque towns and sleepy villages, giving the perfect opportunity to “exploreâ€ this fantastic area.
For those with an interest in history, central Brittany has an abundance of historical and archaeological sites to satisfy the enthusiast. Why not take to the network of rural footpaths to discover the more hidden gems of Brittany's heritage and landscape? The incredible volume and diversity of wildlife and flora also provide the naturalist with lots to see.
For the more energetic, the wealth of lakes and rivers provide water activities such as fishing, sailing, canoeing, skiing, rowing, cruises and much more. There are superb golf courses, horse riding stables catering for beginners and experienced riders, and many other sports activities.
With coasts on three sides, the choice of seaside locations to visit in Brittany is immense: St-Malo, St-Brieux and Roscoff in the north, Brest and Quimper to the west, and Lorient and Vannes on the south coast, plus much beauty and variety of scenery to enjoy en route. Holidaying in Central Brittany gives you a great range of places to visit and the tranquil setting of the Breton countryside to return to at the end of the day.
Kerhotten is situated right in the heart of rural Brittany, a 300 year old commune of 4 superb individual detached cottages a with shared swimming pool at the end of a leafy country lane. No passing traffic, nestling in 3 acres of land on the edge of the picturesque LAC DU DORDU. Kerhotten provides a wonderful base to explore this enchanting area of France at any time of year.
We are some 8kms north of Guemene-sur-Scorff, Guemene is a pretty, old town in the heart of South Brittany in the department of Morbihan. It hosts some fine mediaeval houses, the ruins of an old castle, and is reputed for its prize-winning sausages - ideal for the BBQ
Pontivy is 7kms, an old medieval town with its pedestrian streets and open squares, Pontivy is pleasant to wander around and has some interesting shops and restaurants as well as a weekly market in the main street.
The local village on Langoelan offers a bar, pizzeria, bar restaurant and a boulangerie and is accessed via a beautiful lake side stroll of 20 min's or 2 min's in the car, there is also a lake side bar cafe.
Kerhotten, 56160 Langoelan, Brittany, France Tel: 0033 297 393 024 email:email@example.com
Nearest Town: 5 mls Guemene, 19 mls Pontivy
Nearest Beachs: 30 mls
Nearest Restaurant: 1/4 ml
Nearest village 1/4 ml Langoelan :
Nearest Ferry port: 72 mls Roscoff,
Nearest Air port: 93 mls Dinard, 76 mls Brest,