The Farmhouse - sleeps 6 plus baby

The Farmhoouse

The Farmhouse

 

This was a new Cottage for 2015 and as been renovated from our Family home that we have now out grown, it has been completely refurbished and redecorated.

In June and September when The Dairy is fully booked please contact us for reduced rates in the larger Cottages for families of 4 or less.

Ground Floor

It is the original Farmhouse dating back 200 years with lots of original features and is south facing with it’s own private garden.  The front door opens into an entrance hall with a separate cupboard for hanging coats.

Kitchen

There is a large Kitchen with identical furniture as the other Cottages.   The Kitchen is spacious with plenty of workspace and has all the modern equipment you should need during your stay.  This includes an electric oven and induction hob, washing machine, microwave, large American Fridge Freezer. Kettle, Toaster, Coffee Percolater, iron and ironing board as well as all the usual equipment you would expect.

There is a large farmhouse style pine table with 6 chairs and a high chair/booster seat can be provided if needed.

Lounge

This is a large room with a lovely fireplace with the original stone wall and a wood burning stove, (there are also two electric heaters if needed).  There is a large four seater sofa with two armchairs, Television, DVD player, radio, CD player, toys, books, magazines and a selection of indoor and outdoor games.

Bathroom

There is a toilet, sink and shower cubicle.

First Floor

 

Master Bedroom

A large double bedroom with a lovely view over the courtyard and valley beyond.  It has just been refurbished and redecorated and has a double bed, bedside cabinets, dressing table (with Hair Dryer) and wardrobe.

Bedroom One

A twin room with a view over the courtyard and countryside, it has pine furniture with two single beds, bedside cabinets, a chest of drawers and a wardrobe.

Bedroom Two

Another large twin room with a view over the courtyard.  The pine furniture consist of two single beds, bedside cabinets, a chest of drawers and a wardrobe.

Family Bathroom

A spacious room with modern white furniture, a toilet, sink, large bath and a separate shower cubicle. (A baby bath or seat can be supplied if needed.)

 

Garden

A lovely south facing garden with a tiled terrace and lawn which are fully enclosed with traditional wooden fencing.  There is a large table with six chairs, a parasol, a sun lounger and a BBQ.

 

Prices

The prices on our calendar are based on a weekly rate and are from Saturday to Saturday, outside of July and August we can be flexible on the arrival day and the number of days you wish to stay with a minimum period of 4 days.   If the period you have selected is not available then please contact us or you can also look at the availability on the pages for the other Cottages.

See our other special offers under rates

 

Reviews

David, July 2017 left on our blog

We had a fortnight in the Farmhouse in July, and had a lovely time. The property is wonderfully spacious and bright, and had everything we needed. The farm is a great location, with walks down to the river and through the woods, and a beautiful pool area (I’m not sure we appreciated how attractive it was going to be just from the photos on the website – the real thing is charming).
It was easy to find things to do very nearby for the whole family (grown ups and children aged 10 and 13) – we spent lazy time on beaches (Port Manech, Raguenes, Trevignan especially) and swimming in the sea (the water around the Iles de Glenan really is as clear and blue, and the sand as fine and white as it looks in the publicity photos). When we needed to get some exercise, the coast path round from Raguenes was very attractive, and the paddle-boarding and kayaking at Port Manech was great fun without being at all hard-core. Pont Aven, Concarneau and Quimper provided the culture and urban interest we needed – and nice things to eat, of course. We hardly had to go further afield, although we went to Carnac to say we had seen the stones and on to Quiberon to enjoy a beach resort, rather than a rural beach. And although Rosporden probably doesn’t feature in many guide books, it provided exactly the sort of normal, non-touristy French town that gave the children a good sense of being in a different country; good food shops, a weekly market, a pretty church and so on. We would recommend this corner of Brittany, and I can’t imagine you would find a better experience than a stay at Keranmeriet.

 

Left on May 8, 2017 for a stay in Apr 2017 on Tripadvisor
Great location, being in its own huge farmland and forest, with masses of space to park. There are lovely walks taking in the river aven (more of a stream) and a lake without even leaving Rob and Erikas land. The beaches are some of the best we have ever seen, and are only a short drive away. The coast path is glorious. Very child friendly, with lots of exploring but equally peaceful and relaxing for the adults. The owners have built lovely stone gites with all the mod cons, in an enviable environment. We were sad to leave.

July 2015 Clemence

Just spent a week in The Farmhouse. Just lovely! Three big bedrooms and all the space you need. The site is great with plenty of space to walk and a good size pool.

Keranmeriet itself is ideally located for the beaches at Port Manech (recommended) and La Foret (also recommended). Coffee and the market in Pont Aven is worth it as is a leisurely lunch in the old city at Concarneau.

We had a great time and were well looked after by Erika and Rob.

Now, you found your holiday, if it’s available then book it. Don’t wait, do it now.

 

 

 

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