Maison de Lespurit

Pouldreuzic, Brittany

Ref: SV238

Price guide: 1990€ to 2840€

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About the Property:

Charming property with heated indoor pool, hot tub and outdoor area with fireplace, 4km from a sandy beach on the south-west Brittany coastline near Pont l’Abbé.

This is a little bit of a find and a house that is well worth considering for your next Brittany stay! This traditional stone-built property offers stylish accommodation with modern amenities as well as a wonderful indoor pool and hot tub.

Maison de Lespurit has so much to offer, with a general sense of warmth plus a comfortable feel – including a living room with imposing fireplace and large projector screen home entertainment system, great for family movie nights! The house is also full of little surprises such as a reading area with desk on a mezzanine above the living room, a DVD collection, games and even an old amusement arcade game in the living room.

The L-shape property comprises the living area and bedrooms in the main part of the property with the pool and hot tub located in a separate and secured area which works very well.
In the spacious garden there is a fireplace (brasero) with plenty of seating around the fire for everyone.

The house is situated in the peaceful village of Peumerit, just 4km from the nearest sandy beach (easily accessible via a flat road), with many other spectacular beaches on Audierne Bay nearby.

Within easy reach is the delightful riverside town of Pont l’Abbé (12km), the fishing port and now seaside resort of Douarnenez (21km) and bustling Quimper (26km), with its streets lined with half-timbered houses and dominated by the twin towered cathedral.

In the surrounding countryside you will find peace and quiet as well as numerous opportunities for walks, cycling or horse-riding. Plus, many of the nearby beaches offer water sports including surfing and bodyboarding.

The ferry port of Roscoff is under two hours away, with St Malo just over three hours’ drive.

Property size: 140m².

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Prices (sterling prices on request)


Living area

Ground floor: Living room with imposing fireplace fitted with a stove (some wood provided free of charge), two sofas, one armchair, TV, DVD player and hi-fi. Amusement arcade game.


Fully equipped kitchen with electric oven, induction hobs, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, kettle, coffee machine and toaster. Dining area with table and chairs.
Utility room: Washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board.


Ground floor
Bedroom 1: Bedroom with double bed (140 x 200cm) and dressing room. Bath with shower attachment in the corner of the bedroom. Hairdryer.
First floor
Bedroom 2: Bedroom with double bed (140 x 200cm) and single bed (90 x 200cm).
Bedroom 3: Bedroom with double bed (140 x 200cm).


Ground floor: Separate wc. Bath with shower attachment located in Bedroom 1.
First floor: Shower room with shower, single washbasin, wc and hairdryer.


The grounds are not enclosed (300m²). Outdoor furniture and fireplace (brasero) with plenty of seating around the fire. Three parking spaces within the grounds.


Small indoor heated swimming pool. Pool size: 4 x 3m. Depth: 1.20m throughout. Covered. Heated (28°c year-round).

Changeover day

Saturday. Check-in between 5-8pm. Late arrivals can be arranged but must be requested at least a month in advance. Check-out before 10am.

Included in the rent

  • Water and electricity.
  • Bed linen and towels (pool towels not included).
  • For two week stays or more a change of bed linen and towels can be organised with a supplement. Please ask for details.
  • One bathrobe per person.


Other charges

Obligatory charges payable on arrival

  • Refundable security deposit: 600€ or £500 (cash) refunded on departure.
  • 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

  • End of stay cleaning: The property must be left clean or if preferred an end of stay cleaning can be requested: 170€. Please ask at the time of booking.
  • Additional cleaning or chef service can be organised with a supplement. For more information, please contact us.

Other information

  • Cot, highchair and stair gates available. Please request at time of booking.
  • One hairdryer per bathroom.
  • Pets not accepted.
  • No smoking in the villa.


Pouldreuzic, Brittany

This map is intended as a guide only and may not show the actual location of the property.

Nearest beach


Nearest airport(s)

Brest (95km).
Quimper train station 26km.


Small convenience store and bar in Peumerit (2.5km). Supermarket 4km. Nearest restaurant 2km. More restaurants in Pouldreuzic (4km) and Plonéour-Lanvern (6km). Hospitals in Pont l’Abbé (12km) and Quimper (21km).

Places to visit nearby


Sunday: Plouhinec (17km) and Quimper (24km)
Monday: Bénodet (23km)
Tuesday: Loctudy (21km)
Wednesday: Pouldreuzic (4km)
Thursday: Pont l’Abbé (12km)
Friday: Penmarch (18km)
Saturday: Pouldreuzic (4km) and Quimper (24km)


Pont L’Abbé (12km)
The beautiful Breton town of Pont l’Abbé has much to offer and is only fifteen minutes away. The port is very pleasant just like the streets with their low, traditional whitewashed buildings. A walk on both sides of the quays is also very rewarding and at the end of the quays you will find the very imposing Chateau de Pont l’Abbé. On the second weekend of July Pont l’Abbé holds one of the most popular and longstanding festivals in Brittany with traditional costumes, music and ends with a “fest noz”, a traditional Breton night festival.

Douarnenez (21km)
Douarnenez is a fishing town with a lovely port. There are several churches and chapels of interest in the town centre, known as the Quartier du Vieux Port. The most picturesque parts of Douarnenez can be found along the waterfront and include the Quartier du Grand Port in the town centre. You will also find a wide selection of cafes and restaurants along and near the port. Little tip: The marked route to explore this part of Douarnenez is called the Chemin de la Sardine and is worth following to make sure you get to see the interesting historical sites and avoid the more recent industrial part of the port. The port museum has a great collection of old ships and boats, most of them restored to their former glory. The two largest beaches in Douarnenez have lifeguards during the summer season.

Quimper (26km)
Although it has a feel of a small village Quimper is the capital of the Finistere region of Brittany. With its slanted half-timbered houses and narrow cobbled streets, great museums, excellent crêperies, famous pottery and one of Brittany’s most delightful settings along the Odet river Quimper is a jewel waiting to be discovered. Also, not to be missed: Kemper en Fête, a festival at the heart of Quimper set in July each year. A major event in Breton culture that lasts several days, the Cornwall Festival draws over 250,000 visitors every year. This event is a unique opportunity to discover diverse, contemporary cultures, musicians, dancers, singers, bellringers, bagpipe players, street artists, and to discover the Breton identity along with other cultures and musical trends.

Audierne (28km)
Audierne is a popular harbour and leisure resort with sandy beaches, water sports, miles of coastal paths to discover as well as boat trips to the fascinating low-lying Sein islands off the Pointe du Raz. Along Audierne Bay you will find wild beaches, fishing ports where you can buy the days catch on the quay side and lighthouses dramatically dotting the landscape.

La Forêt-Fouesnant (34km)
Pretty coastal Breton village set in a wooded area between Concarneau and Bénodet. There is lots to do and visit here with a number of footpaths and walking trails, the old harbour and the superb granite church, the long sandy beach and the Port-La-Forêt marina, the third biggest marina in south Brittany, where you can find some of the greatest offshore racing yachts.

La Pointe du Raz (40km)
The most western tip of France (the Lands End of France) is a must-see. It has been awarded the label Grand site de France in recognition of being a place of high interest.

Concarneau (48km)
The main attraction of this important fishing port on the south Brittany coast is Ville Clos, a small walled town built on an island in the natural harbour. Accessed by a bridge from the quayside, the narrow streets within the granite ramparts are lined with shops and restaurants.

Pont-Aven (56km)
Pont-Aven is a small village famous for its buttery biscuits and numerous art galleries. Many painters, including Gauguin, were attracted by the beauty of Pont-Aven and the surrounding area. Here you will find several old mills, traditional stone-built houses and many seafood restaurants. The town also hosts a flower festival on the first Sunday in August.

The region offers many sporting and leisure activities.
Several surfing schools and clubs nearby, the nearest in Penhors (4km).
Golf: 2km.
Horse riding: 6km.
Tennis: 7km.
Accro Bat, Bénodet (activity park including tree adventure and climbing wall) (23km).

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