- Type: House, Bed and Breakfast
- Living surface: 166
- Plot size: 1289
- Bedrooms: 8
- Total rooms: 11
- Bathrooms: 2
- Closest neighbour in m.: 50
- Heating: Electrical heating, Wood burners
- Close By: Recreation lake, Hiking & Cycling
- Languages spoken: English
Spacious and light granite stone family Home -former Railway Hotel
Price: € 145 000 | Ref.: 3227 | Views: 484
For sale by owner: lovely light and spacious property - which has been run most recently as a well renowned Bed and Breakfast establishment - situated at the rural heart of Brittany in the department of Cote D'Armor. The canal Nantes to Brest is ten minutes away. 20 minutes to the tourist attraction of the spectacular Lac Guerledan and less to the Abaye de Bon Repos - home to the region's most famous son et lumière show which brings huge numbers of spectators in August. Carhaix with its huge music festival Vielles Charrues is 25 minutes distant and all ports and airports of the region are within 90 minute's drive - Rennes, Roscoff, Dinard, St Malo. Three hours from Caen. Coasts and beautiful sandy beaches are within an hour. Nearest towns; Rostrenen, Quintin, Pontivy, Guingamp, St Brieuc.
Front entrance into bar room - bar and beer pumps remain - with log burner - three large windows and large floor space for eating and relaxing. Door with access down to cave. Small hallway from which rise the stairs and door through to kitchen and small sitting room with granite stone fire and front facing window. Kitchen has back door to rear courtyard, large outbuilding and two garden spaces
First floor - central landing with four lovely light and characterful bedrooms all with wash basins these being currently used for Chambres D\'hotes revenue (non commercant)The largest front facing bedroom has its own cabin shower and adjacent toilet. Communal bathroom with cabin jet shower.
Stairs up to top floor and large central landing space with hatch to insulated and partially boarded attic space. Four further rooms, one with wash basin. Central bathroom with corner bath and overhead shower.
Front access is to the street with free parking. The rear garden is in four sections comprising a gravelled rear secluded courtyard, a lower gravelled area and a large lawn with fruit trees and a small stream. There is a very large outbuilding workshop - with potential for business usage- through which french doors lead to further south facing garden space.
The house is on mains drainage. Heating is by log burner and electric wall heaters. Loft and cave are well insulated.