Southern and eastern Brittany

Gites in Morbihan and Ille et Vilaine - 2017 

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Gites in Morbihan and Ille & Vilaine


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The gites  Click on any link below for a detailed description of the property, with photos and prices S & E. Brittany 

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35: Ille et Vilaine, 56 Morbihan  44 Loire Atlantique

(or go to other parts of Brittany:   22 Côtes d'Armor,   29 Finistère, )

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  • New !   Two small pet-friendly cottages 56    -   A pair of pet-friendly renovated cottages in a beautiful floral riverside village.  Swimming pool, bikes, canoes, WIFI, TV, parking, welcome pack -- all included!
  • New !   Central Brittany farmhouse 56    -  Three-bedroom farmhouse in central Brittany, near Lake Guerledan and Cleguerec. Dog & family friendly, ideal for couples. Short and long lets available. 
  • New !   Cottages in central Brittany 56    -  Two three-bedroom cottages, both restored and renovated to a very high standard and equipped witheverything you could need for a home away from home

Map of Morbihan56 Gites in Morbihan (southern and south coast Brittany)

44 - Gites in Loire Atlantique (north of the Loire - the south east of Brittany)

 35 Gites in Ille et Vilaine (Eastern Brittany - Mont Saint Michel area )

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Gites in north and west Brittany
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Bed & Breakfast in Brittany
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Gites in Morbihan, Ille & Vilaine and Loire Atlantique - Brittany 

Brittany, easily accessible from the UK, is an area of France with plenty of facilities for self catering holidays, including many gites with English-speaking owners.
    The departments of Morbihan and Loire Atlantique include the area along Brittany's warm south coast.  Ille and Vilaine department includes the eastern area of the region, together with a part of the north coast, including the world-famous Mont Saint Michel.
    Loire Atlantique, in administrative terms, is not part of modern Brittany, though is part of the historic province of Brittany.
   The south coast of Brittany is both sunnier and warmer than the northern coast, and also quite different. The shores of the Morbihan are characterised by sandy beaches and creeks, rather than the rocky coves of the northern shores. With its small ports and sheltered inlets such as La Trinité sur Mer, Morbihan is very popular with sailors and yachtsmen. A number of islands lie just off the coast, and can be reached by boat.   For those who prefer inland waterways, parts of the Nantes to Brest canal and the river Vilaine and the north-south Brittany canal provide interesting opportunities for pleasure cruises. Other points of interest in Morbihan include the prehistoric stone alignments at Carnac, and the little town of Quiberon, standing on its peninsula joined to the mainland by a long and narrow isthmus.
     Inland Morbihan and Ille & Vilaine are deply rural areas, popular with second-home owners who have bought up many of the region's old cottages, some of which are now let out as gites and holiday rentals. 
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