Your stay



The houses, the farmhouse (Marine houses and the Loft Solenn), a former 17th century guardhouse and the penty, overlook the sea and all have a private south-facing garden. They have wifi access, the beds are made on arrival, towels provided, in high and mid season. On request, on your arrival, a gourmet basket, including everything you need for dinner, can be prepared for you and left in the house.

In guest rooms you are installed in one of the houses, and have the living room. The rooms, all different and personalized, offer the authenticity of an old house with, in addition, the sweetness of calm nights and the light of misty mornings.

Nearby two golf courses, the 18-hole Abers golf course and the Pen ar Bed golf course . A "treziroise " seawater swimming pool with sauna, hammam, fun pool for children, an equestrian center, a sailing club.

Behind the house the immense fine sandy beach of Blancs Sablons where you can practice surfing, kite surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, the long coast ( Brittany surf school or surfing iroise ) or simply relax on the fine sand. The GR 34 runs alongside the property, it will lead you to discover the coastal paths and small coves all along the coast. In Brest, discovery of its harbor and Océanoplis , in Landerneau the Hélène and Edouard Leclerc foundation organizes contemporary art exhibitions throughout the year.

During your stay you will discover the country of Iroise remarkable for its abers, the Saint-Mathieu point, the islands of Molène and Ouessant, the departure of the boats is from Conquet ( Compagnie Pen-Ar-Bed ), the marine park d'Iroise that you can discover with "Archipelago excursions ' to observe flora and fauna.

You can also explore the coast of legends with the village of Meneham, the Crozon peninsula, the Monts d'Arrée and finally admire the parish enclosures.

The city of Conquet, port at the end of the world, located 25 km west of Brest is the maritime city of the Iroise region. Its glorious maritime past is present throughout the city, in its stones, in its English houses, in its old port. Le Conquet is one of the main fishing ports in Finistère. The city deploys in its alleys a rich old heritage.