House | Ty Anna

Ty Anna

In 1968, a French couple were granted experimental planning permission to build a ‘low-impact’ wooden chalet on the banks of the River Aulne, at the entrance to the Crozon Peninsula. Three months later, the entire area was designated a natural park of special interest, and it is now the 2nd largest natural park in France. From this point on, no further construction whatsoever was permitted in this area.
Ty Anna is therefore unique in it’s location, and offers complete tranquility. Set in its own 5 acre woodland park with winding footpaths, flowers and trees, the views from the chalet across the wide, tidal river are sublime and you are totally immersed in nature.

Birds and fish abound here, and with prior agreement a 4hp fishing boat is supplied to make the most of the setting.

*The terrasse, plus other woodwork at the chalet was installed by a local charitable company employing handicapped and disadvantaged people from the area. The wood is cypress, a local sustainable hardwood.