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Entire home/apt

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed


Entire home/apt

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed


Entire home/apt

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

1 adult
0 children
Ages 2 - 12
0 infants
Under 2
2 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 3PM
Check Out: 11AM
Room type: Entire home/apt
Self check-in: Keypad

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: No Charge
Cancellation: Moderate

Description

The space

Cross a somewhat secret passage and at the very end, a door opens onto a wooden staircase that leads you to an old carpentry and our house, built within the old stone and glass workshop, overlooking a garden and sheltered from the winds, like a ryad.

Palm trees, olive trees and vines come alive in the small garden and the first sunrays reveal the charm and beautiful colors of agapanthus flowers.

A quiet haven in the heart of the city, you can picture Pierre Loti in his beautiful home or strolling in the old quarters. You no longer encounter Icelander fishermen in the harbor but there are now beautiful sailboats, fishermen and oyster growers who will surely enchant your taste buds.

Paimpol is a lively city where painters have settled and right in front of our passageway, DI MIGUELLE’s workshop unveils dynamic energy and color explosions. You can also discover other workshops around the city.

Feel like reading? A beautiful library is nearby.

You might also visit the small ocean museum to complete your discovery of this impressive area or the costume museum, stowed in a small fisherman house: a step back to look into the past without artifice.

A stroll on a neighboring trail, breathing in the powerful sea air, will take you to the beaches and a natural pool.

Follow in Loti’s footsteps to discover the beautiful coast lulled by the tides. The widows wall in Ploubazlannec will reveal the seamen’s hard life, those leaving for Iceland … but not always returning … And you can almost hear Brassens. He came here for inspiration, in his house in Loguivy de la Mer.

The isle of Bréhat, a "jewel" of the sea, can be discovered on foot or by bike (there are no cars on the island), visit its abbey, Abbaye de Beauport, and its beautiful garden and Tréguier with its cloister, where rest the relics of Saint Yves, patron of lawyers.

Need a car? No … a little train will take you to the main train line of Paris/Brest. This little train line winds its way along the Trieux river and lets you off in Guingamp. A lovely ride with numerous stops allowing you to ride along for part of the walking trail and return on foot. Get off at Pontrieux, an ancient city on the Trieux and discover its remarkable stone fountain and very old houses.

Do you want to sail? The Glénans school is only 250 meters away from our house.

You are contemplative, a hiker or into sports? The choice is yours. And, if you still want more, recent films are featured at an associative cinema located some 300 meters from our home.







































Cross a somewhat secret passage and at the very end, a door opens onto a wooden staircase that leads you to an old carpentry and our house, built within the old stone and glass workshop, overlooking a garden and sheltered from the winds, like a ryad.

Palm trees, olive trees and vines come alive in the small garden and the first sunrays reveal the charm and beautiful colors of agapanthus flowers.

A quiet haven in the heart of the city, you can picture Pierre Loti in his beautiful home or strolling in the old quarters. You no longer encounter Icelander fishermen in the harbor but there are now beautiful sailboats, fishermen and oyster growers who will surely enchant your taste buds.

Paimpol is a lively city where painters have settled and right in front of our passageway, DI MIGUELLE’s workshop unveils dynamic energy and color explosions. You can also discover other workshops around the city.

Feel like reading? A beautiful library is nearby.

You might also visit the small ocean museum to complete your discovery of this impressive area or the costume museum, stowed in a small fisherman house: a step back to look into the past without artifice.

A stroll on a neighboring trail, breathing in the powerful sea air, will take you to the beaches and a natural pool.

Follow in Loti’s footsteps to discover the beautiful coast lulled by the tides. The widows wall in Ploubazlannec will reveal the seamen’s hard life, those leaving for Iceland … but not always returning … And you can almost hear Brassens. He came here for inspiration, in his house in Loguivy de la Mer.

The isle of Bréhat, a "jewel" of the sea, can be discovered on foot or by bike (there are no cars on the island), visit its abbey, Abbaye de Beauport, and its beautiful garden and Tréguier with its cloister, where rest the relics of Saint Yves, patron of lawyers.

Need a car? No … a little train will take you to the main train line of Paris/Brest. This little train line winds its way along the Trieux river and lets you off in Guingamp. A lovely ride with numerous stops allowing you to ride along for part of the walking trail and return on foot. Get off at Pontrieux, an ancient city on the Trieux and discover its remarkable stone fountain and very old houses.

Do you want to sail? The Glénans school is only 250 meters away from our house.

You are contemplative, a hiker or into sports? The choice is yours. And, if you still want more, recent films are featured at an associative cinema located some 300 meters from our home.








































Cross a somewhat secret passage and at the very end, a door opens onto a wooden staircase that leads you to an old carpentry and our house, built within the old stone and glass workshop, overlooking a garden and sheltered from the winds, like a ryad.

Palm trees, olive trees and vines come alive in the small garden and the first sunrays reveal the charm and beautiful colors of agapanthus flowers.

A quiet haven in the heart of the city, you can picture Pierre Loti in his beautiful home or strolling in the old quarters. You no longer encounter Icelander fishermen in the harbor but there are now beautiful sailboats, fishermen and oyster growers who will surely enchant your taste buds.

Paimpol is a lively city where painters have settled and right in front of our passageway, DI MIGUELLE’s workshop unveils dynamic energy and color explosions. You can also discover other workshops around the city.

Feel like reading? A beautiful library is nearby.

You might also visit the small ocean museum to complete your discovery of this impressive area or the costume museum, stowed in a small fisherman house: a step back to look into the past without artifice.

A stroll on a neighboring trail, breathing in the powerful sea air, will take you to the beaches and a natural pool.

Follow in Loti’s footsteps to discover the beautiful coast lulled by the tides. The widows wall in Ploubazlannec will reveal the seamen’s hard life, those leaving for Iceland … but not always returning … And you can almost hear Brassens. He came here for inspiration, in his house in Loguivy de la Mer.

The isle of Bréhat, a "jewel" of the sea, can be discovered on foot or by bike (there are no cars on the island), visit its abbey, Abbaye de Beauport, and its beautiful garden and Tréguier with its cloister, where rest the relics of Saint Yves, patron of lawyers.

Need a car? No … a little train will take you to the main train line of Paris/Brest. This little train line winds its way along the Trieux river and lets you off in Guingamp. A lovely ride with numerous stops allowing you to ride along for part of the walking trail and return on foot. Get off at Pontrieux, an ancient city on the Trieux and discover its remarkable stone fountain and very old houses.

Do you want to sail? The Glénans school is only 250 meters away from our house.

You are contemplative, a hiker or into sports? The choice is yours. And, if you still want more, recent films are featured at an associative cinema located some 300 meters from our home.













































House Rules
No smoking
No parties or events
May not be safe or suitable for children (2-12 years)
Check-in is after 3PM

Juillet et Aout 3 nuits minimum.
Avril mai et juin 2 nuits minimum
Septembre octobre 2 nuits minimum
Le respect d'autrui, le calme,la confiance, et la convivialité, sont nos fils conducteurs.
Le téléphone, est à proscrire, dans les lieux en partage ( jardin).
Si possible prévoir des chaussures d'intérieurs, ( plancher dans le studio). Nous avons retenu ce mode de vie au Japon, et nous essayons de le transmettre....
Un parking, public se trouve, de l'autre côté de la rue. ( place de Verdun)
Possibilité de remiser des vélos, et du matériel de camping par exemple dans l'un des ateliers.


Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

Availability
2 nights minimum stay.
From May 1 - Sep 30, 2017 the minimum stay is 2 nights.

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Paimpol, France · Joined in January 2013
Marie Et Jean-Marc User Profile

Qui sommes nous ?

Nous sommes un couple aux tempes grises.....Jean Marc, a parcouru les mers du monde entier, jusqu'au Kerguelen, à bord des cargos. Une vie de "pacha" sur les mers pas toujours tendre. Il savourait sa retraite, entre Paimpol, et les Antilles, ou Marie, sa compagne, travaillait dans le milieu maritime, après avoir vécu 20 ans à bord de ses voiliers successifs, en alternant travail, et découvertes, des iles antillaises. Une ultime étape,les mèneront ensemble en 2008 entre ST MARTIN ( Antilles), et la Polynésie, en voilier.
Le ciré, est désormais raccroché, pour Jean Marc, Marie est marin sur un patrouilleur pour le ministère de l environnement. ( sauvegarde des espèces et contrôles des quotas de pêche ). L ancre est Desormais posée Paimpol.

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