Cited as one of the most scenic spots in Finistere, the property is situated on the waterfront of the river Aulne at the entrance to the Crozon Peninsula.

Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Parc Regional d’Armorique, the chalet is on a protected piece of coastline, nestled amidst classified woodland, and a protected site for birds.

Despite having the impression that you are away from it all, by car, you are very well placed to make the most of the numerous attractions this area has to offer.

The chalet is accessed by a good quality but untarmaced road that descends to the river. Then within the property there is a short, steep drive to the chalet.

For supplies, the village of Rosnoen (2 miles) has a well stocked shop selling good local produce and most essentials. The ‘petit cite de caractere’ of Le Faou with its supermarket, shops and restaurants is only 5 miles away.

Directly from the chalet you can walk the footpaths, (the GR 34 passes 100m from the property) and explore by boat the waterfront restaurants, villages and oyster farms.
The seaside towns of Morgat and Camaret are easily accessible, where trips out to sea to visit the caves, or on traditional sailing boats make for great days out.
For food lovers, the local ‘viviers’ can provide you with delicious seafood. A couple of the regions top restaurants can also be found within a short drive.  

The superb white sandy beaches and stunning coastline of the Crozon Peninsula are just a short drive, (our favourite beach is 15 minutes (16km) on empty roads.)
The boat cemetery of Landevennec also has several French warships moored just downriver from the chalet which can be explored by boat.

At Landevennec you can visit the ancient Abbey and there are various other musems in the area dedicated to nature and local heritage.
Slightly further afield are the medieval towns of Locronan and cathedral city of Quimper. For the military enthusiast; there are numerous German gun emplacements on the Crozon, but the most extensive one is south of Camaret, with a small museum.