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Villa Le Tisserand // Cléder // Finistère Nord // Brittany

Sleeps : 6 - bedrooms : 3 - bath/shower rooms : 2
Private pool - Heated swimming pool
Pets allowed - View of the village

Villa Le Tisserand is a superb residence dating from the 16th century, an authentic Breton manor house lying within the village of Cléder, walking distance into the centre and just 3km from the sea. This historic property is full of character and is typical of northern Finistère. An exceptional restoration, by master craftsmen making use of traditional methods passed down from generation to generation, has resulted in an exquisite and authentic Breton property of high standard throughout. (Reference B931)



March 
2019
16/03 - 23/03
£800
23/03 - 30/03
£800
30/03 - 06/04
£800
   
April 
2019
06/04 - 13/04
£930
13/04 - 20/04
£930
20/04 - 27/04
£930
27/04 - 04/05
£930
 
May 
2019
04/05 - 11/05
£930
11/05 - 18/05
£930
18/05 - 25/05
£930
25/05 - 01/06
£1210
 
June 
2019
01/06 - 08/06
£1210
08/06 - 15/06
£1210
15/06 - 22/06
£1210
22/06 - 29/06
£1210
29/06 - 06/07
£1210
July 
2019
06/07 - 13/07
£1930
13/07 - 20/07
£1930
20/07 - 27/07
£1930
27/07 - 03/08
£1930
 
August 
2019
03/08 - 10/08
£1930
10/08 - 17/08
£1930
17/08 - 24/08
£1930
24/08 - 31/08
£1210
31/08 - 07/09
£1210
September 
2019
07/09 - 14/09
£930
14/09 - 21/09
£930
21/09 - 28/09
£800
28/09 - 05/10
£800
 
October 
2019
05/10 - 12/10
£800
12/10 - 19/10
£800
19/10 - 26/10
£800
26/10 - 01/11
£800
 
November 
2019
02/11 - 09/11
£800
09/11 - 16/11
£800
     


Manor farmhouse dating back to 1501, with meticulously cut stonework typical of this area of north-west Brittany. The uniquely large stone basin is an original feature, a reminder of the building’s original purpose as a weaver’s cottage, although it has also served as a relay station. It was lived in until 1950, then abandoned for decades before major restoration began in 2003. It was restored by master craftsmen over a number of years using traditional materials and techniques. Hemp insulation, Commana slate. This exceptional property is truly a part of Breton heritage.

This property is a 16th century stone manor house, however offering all modern comforts. Renovated in 2006, facing south-south-east, it has retained its authentic appearance while enjoying the addition of contemporary facilities such as the heated swimming pool on the terrace within the garden. The interior also combines original and modern features.

On the ground floor there is the living-dining room with fireplace and TV and a well equipped American-style kitchen, and on the ground floor of the tower there is a shower room, a separate toilet and a laundry room with washer-dryer.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two with a double bed (one 160cm wide, the other 140cm) and one with two single beds (90cm wide), also a bathroom with WC.

This characterful villa boasts a great location, not only with Roscoff just 12km away, but shops and restaurants at a mere 300 metres, and only 3km from beaches and a sailing club.

Interior:
Ground floor: living room with fireplace and open-plan kitchen, laundry room, shower room and separate WC.
First floor: three bedrooms, two with a double bed (160cm and 140cm wide respectively), one with two single beds (90cm wide), and bathroom with WC.

Exterior:
Fenced garden walls with a small lawned area, open terrace with swimming pool.

The price includes:
Charges included: reasonable consumption of water, electricity in July and August, household linen (sheets and towels), garden and pool maintenance.

The price does not include:
Security deposit of €500, end of stay cleaning €50, metered electricity outside the months of July and August, electric heating.


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