Prices are in Pounds Sterling for the property (not per person) for the weeks commencing on the dates shown. If the property is not available a tick will be seen in the tick box. The price for each week is below the date. However, please contact us for definitive availability information before finalising your holiday plans.For out of season please contact Simon we can be more flexible with changeover days and short stays.
2017 Season Prices
- 30th June £500
- 7th July £500
- 14th July £1200
- 21st July £1200
- 28th July £1200
- 4th August £1200
- 11th August Booked
- 18th August Booked
- 25th August £1200
Le Pressoir sleeps up to 10 is a very well featured gite having a new stone built extension.
The Gite sleeps up to 10 is detached and has 4 bedrooms, one is on the ground floor and has its own shower with toilet adjacent. The kitchen features a 5 burner stainless steel cooker with hand-built units and furniture with a dishwasher and washing machine.
The lounge is open-plan, sat TV English/French and has a wooden floor with french windows leading onto a patio with BBQ and views of the orchard. The wood burner complements the CH radiators.
Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms, one on the right has a double bed and on the left is a bedroom comprising of a bunk-bed and a single and then a walk through to another bedroom which has 2 single beds and a fold-up if required. Also there is a shower/toilet on this level.
We have just returned from Coat Aillis after a super fun week. The owners are so laid back, just as well as we were a little rowdy on occasions !. The gites are well appointed that nobody heard us. We enjoyed some fun in the party barn, playing cd`s dancing and playing ping pong, great pool, lovely spacious gardens and interesting buildings. The beach was a little of a trek but nevertheless pleasant through the woods. You will need a car to get to the village and there are no taxis so beware. We had a fab evening at the festival in Plestin and were very grateful to a random local who offered to drive us home at midnight because he was a friend of Simon and Pauliene. The accommodation was good, evidently been enjoyed by many families. No IKEA, no matching crockery but certainly no shortage of interesting pots, bowls, glasses and equipment to use during your stay. This is not a complaint because we loved our accommodation, but if there are 14 of you, then the Grand Maison might be a better choice of accom than the old stables. That house has a magnificent garden, high ceilings, and plenty of space. To conclude, a great choice of a traditional French gite, owned and loved by the same owners for many years, they are hands on , friendly and helpful, we would go again.