If you are looking for a holiday gite in rural Brittany, then our Ty Glas and Ty Gwer cottages may well be for you. The gites are situated in Finistère, in the heart of the Brittany countryside in France. They are close to the Nantes-Brest canal and the Black Mountains offer a superb backdrop. This, and the miles of sandy beaches, deserted coves and rugged coastline that are within easy reach in all directions makes us an ideal location for your french holiday.

Holiday cottage to let in Finistère, Brittany - sleeps 6 - Ty GlasBoth cottages are fully-equipped for your holiday.  We have tried to include everything you will need for a comfortable stay, with bedding, towels, toiletries and cleaning materials included in the price along with a selection of cds and dvds for your use, together with books and games.

Ty Glas – Finistère Gite

A beautifully-restored detached holiday cottage to let, which sleeps 4-6 people.  Ty Glas cottage has two spacious double bedrooms with cot and extra beds available.  Outside is a south-facing level, lawned garden with patio and barbecue and plenty of parking.

Holiday cottage to let in finistère, Brittany, France - sleeps 2 - Ty GwerTy Gwer – Finistère Gite

A recently-renovated stone cottage, perfectly designed to accommodate two people in comfort. Ty Gwer cottage has one spacious bedroom with en-suite shower room, lounge and well-equipped kitchen. Outside is a spacious patio area, with garden furniture and plenty of parking.

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