Saturday (from early June to end of September).
Non-Saturday arrivals/departures may be considered outside these dates. Please ask for details.
Check-in between 4-8pm. Late arrivals can be arranged but must be requested at least a month in advance. Check-out before 10am.
Les Dunes de Vougo
Price guide: 1490€ to 3690€
4 3 6 No pool 100m Yes Yes Yes Yes
About the Property:
This neo Breton style property is located on a beautiful stretch of the coast, 32km north of Brest and under an hour’s drive from the ferry port of Roscoff.
The villa is located a mere 100m from a very long and wide sandy beach. There is an easy path across a quiet road that takes you directly to the beach. There are some lovely walks available from your doorstep and an array of water sports nearby such as sailing, scuba diving, surfing, paddle boarding and more. Most if not all beaches in the area are dog friendly. There is a riding school and a surfing school nearby and you might spot the occasional horse go pass on the beach. Something of an idyllic sight…
The property has been renovated in a modern style and to a high standard, with great thoughts to details with lovely features and throughout. Extra touches include welcome presents for adults and for your four-legged friend on arrival. It is those small things that make a difference and that make a stay at this property somewhat different.
Whilst there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms the capacity has been restricted to four people, but the owner will accept an additional two people. Prices shown online are based on four people. Prices for five or six people, please contact us for details. Discounts may be available for long stays for one or two people.
With one bedroom on the ground floor, spacious bathroom with floor-to-ceiling shower, a living/dining area and kitchen without steps and the house on the ground floor almost has ground-level access from the street, this property will suit most people with mobility issues. Please do ask should you have any specific requirements. The spa room is also accessible via a small ramp. A shower stool and a rollable stool for the kitchen can be provided on request.
The house is south and west-facing and has a lovely, enclosed garden with lawn, a decked area with outdoor furniture and barbecue and some lovely trees including palm trees, a fig tree but also brightly coloured hortensia and a tangerine bush.
To the rear there is a small south-east facing terrace. The hot tub and sauna with a large relaxing area are most appreciated by all guests and are truly great additions to this wonderful villa. If you need to access your work, there is a designated office area with granite desk and USB charging unit which you may find useful should you decide on a long stay at the property with a combination of work and holiday.
Located in a peaceful setting, this is the ideal place to unwind and enjoy the surrounding natural beauty. Local shops, restaurants and bars are just 2km away in the village of Guisseny. There is a wider choice of restaurants within ten minutes’ easy drive from the property.
There are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy water sports locally at the Centre Nautique Brignogan Plage at 12km including windsurfing, stand-up paddle, kayak, diving and catamaran hire.
Roscoff, under an hour drive, is more than just a ferry port (sailings to and from Plymouth). Attractive 16th century granite buildings nestle against the coastline, the streets filled with restaurants, bars, charming little art galleries and gift shops. Across a narrow stretch of water from the quaint harbour is the tiny Ile de Batz, a beautiful island well worth a visit.
Capacity restricted for your comfort.
Property size: 170m²
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Prices (sterling prices on request)
Ground floor: Entrance hall leading to living/dining room (50m²) with beautiful and imposing Breton granite fireplace with wood burner fitted (some wood provided free of charge between October and March), two sofas and satellite TV (English, German and other languages available). Dining area with table and chairs.
Modern, fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar. 20m². Electric oven, induction hobs, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, wine fridge, microwave, kettle, coffee machines (filter and Senseo) and toaster.
Utility room: Washing machine, dryer, large freezer unit, iron and ironing board.
Bedroom 1: Bedroom with Queen size bed (160 x 200cm). Adjacent walk-in shower room.
Landing: Sofa, satellite TV and a small library.
Bedroom 2: Queen size bed (160 x 200cm). Granite working desk with chair. Window with view on the front of the house.
Bedroom 3: Queen size bed (160 x 200cm). Window with view of the garden.
Bedroom 4: Queen size bed (160 x 200cm). Window with garden view.
Ground floor: Walk-in shower room with shower, double washbasin and hairdryer adjacent to Bedroom 1. Separate wc. Large walk-in shower in the Spa.
First floor: Spacious bathroom with bath, single washbasin, wc and hairdryer.
Enclosed garden (820m²) with flat lawned area at the back and decked area at the front (50m²). The garden boasts a variety of trees including several species of palm trees, a fig tree, brightly coloured hortensia and a tangerine bush. Outdoor furniture (table, chairs, sofa and deck chairs). Portable charcoal barbecue. Plancha. Two parking spaces within the grounds.
No pool. Spa: Very spacious and light room where you can enjoy some quiet time and relax. Large skylights bring lots of natural daylight. The large hot tub is the centre piece and there is the addition of an infrared sauna. There are also four comfortable loungers for relaxation in the spa area. The entire spa area has a pleasant indirect lighting system of high-quality LED lights. In addition, there is a large walk-in shower and an exercise bike next to the hot tub.
Saturday (from early June to end of September).
Included in the rent
- Bed linen, towels (including towels for the spa). For two week stays or more a change of bed linen and towels or mid-stay cleaning can be organised. Please ask for details.
- End of stay cleaning. Although cleaning is included the property must be left clean (kitchen, dishes done and put away and bins emptied). Failing that a charge may apply.
- Electricity (a 20kw allowance a day is included). Additional usage will be charged locally.
- Refundable security deposit of 600€ or £500 payable with the balance. The security deposit will be returned once an inventory has been completed no more than 10 days after departure by bank transfer.
Obligatory charges payable on arrival
- Holiday tax: (taxe de sejour) The amount may vary from one year to another. Please ask at the time of booking.
Optional prebookable extras, payable on arrival
- Additional cleaning, Chef, chauffeur, excursions, horse-riding etc can be organised with a supplement. For more information, please contact us.
- Cot and highchair available. Please request at time of booking.
- One hair dryer per bathroom.
- Pets: One well-behaved pet is allowed with an additional 12€ per day payable on arrival. Please ask at the time of booking. Please note that the property and grounds must be left clean on departure.
- The house is adjacent with next door neighbour, but this is not a nuisance as it is this property’s garage that separates the two houses.
- No smoking in the villa.
This map is intended as a guide only and may not show the actual location of the property.
Bakery 150m, market, restaurants and bars 3km, supermarket 5km. Hospital in Lesneven 15km.
Places to visit nearby
Sunday: Kerlouan (7km)
Monday: Lesneven 15km
Tuesday: Guisseny in July-August (3km)
Wednesday: Lannilis (11km)
Thursday: Plouguerneau (6km)
Friday: Brignogan Plage in July-August (12km)
Saturday: Plouescat (23km)
DAY TRIP IDEAS
Méneham to Pontusval (10km)
Several kilometres of sandy beaches in what is recognised as one of the most beautiful coastal stretches of northern Brittany. After a long day walking along this amazing coast why not pay a visit to the small hamlet of Méneham with its inn by the sea. There you can enjoy a well-deserved rest with a bowl of cider and crepe.
L’Aber-Wrach in Landéda (14km)
In this part of North Finistère, three beautiful, long estuaries cut into the coast with Aber Wrac’h, renowned for its Bay of Angels, the largest. This is a small coastal village with white sandy beaches, small islands, sand dunes and coastal paths, sailing schools, a scuba diving centre, restaurants, cafés and shops. Out at sea and a few kilometres west you will find the Ile Vierge (Virgin Island) which has the highest lighthouse in Europe. Another lighthouse on the island of Wrac’h with a fort on an island opposite called Fort Cezon. Also close by and not to be missed the pretty hamlet of Menez-Hom in Kerlouan. Nestling behind huge, oddly shaped stones, this picturesque fishing village, with its thatched roofs, certainly has retained all its charm. There is so much to do in the area, you will be spoilt for choice. Should you continue further west, Aber Benoît, famous for its oysters, is also popular with pleasure boaters and fine sandy beaches.
Naval port, nestled in one of France’s most beautiful natural harbours. There is lots to do in Brest: the outstanding cable-stayed Pont de l’Iroise Bridge, a stroll along the lively quays as far as the castle museum, and Oceanopolis, a large aquarium with marine wildlife in tropical, temperate and polar zones, including seven shark species.
Island of Ouessant or Ushant
The island is the north-westernmost point of metropolitan France. The island proudly faces the Atlantic Ocean which is battered by the winds. With superb landscapes, lighthouses and treacherous seafaring heritage but especially for its indigenous sheep, a day trip to the island is well worth the visit! Boat crossings from Brest (34km) or Le Conquet (49km).
The seaside town of Roscoff is a picturesque and charming port, home of the onion Johnnies. In August the town goes onion crazy with the Fête de l’Onion and you enjoy onions in all their forms whether in a classic onion soup or a tart. Other attractions include the wonderful botanical garden, a 10-minute walk from the centre of town and Sainte Barbe’s Chapel, situated on a rocky headland offering panoramic views of Roscoff, the coastline and Ile de Batz. There are numerous restaurants in town where you can enjoy the famous crepes bretonnes and taste fresh fish and seafood.
Le Conquet (49km)
Most western port of France with lots of character and still unspoilt. Boat trips to the Islands of Ouessant or Île-Molène are available. Just north of Le Conquet you will discover sites of great beauty such as the peninsula of Kermorvan with its ancient fortress, the vast beach of Les Blancs Sablons or the headland Pointe Saint Mathieu with its semaphore, light house and the remains of the abbey.
Medieval town with an impressive 19th Century viaduct. Morlaix has a very historic centre with cobbled streets, 16th Century half-timber houses and a beautiful Bay. Visit the imposing Chateau du Taureau, take a boat trip out to the 7 small islets which are an ornithology reserve and home to 60.000 puffins in the winter. Stroll across the charming Ile de Callot at low tide and discover the pretty coves and beaches scattered along its shore.
The region offers many sporting and leisure activities.
Watersports at the Centre Nautique Brignogan Plage (12km) including windsurfing, stand-up paddle, kayak, diving and catamarans hire.
Golf: Plouescat (23km), Cleder (23km) and St Renan (37km).
Tennis: Guisseny (2.3km).
Aqua West Park near St Renan (34km)
We spent a dream holiday and both the accommodation and all members of our party enjoyed it thoroughly!
Lots of fun in this lovely villa with all the comforts and equipment needed for a great holiday.
Myriam H (1/7/21)
We stayed for the second time at this property and it was again fantastically beautiful.
Family H (1/9/20)
It was our 4th stay at the villa and as always we enjoyed it very much.
Mrs N (1/7/20)
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