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What Oliver loves…
- Facing the waterfront and oyster bays, enjoy magnificent views and you can even swim when the tide is high!
- Originally the homes of the head oyster farmer and captain over 100 years ago, both homes feature characterful detail alongside beautiful contemporary style
- There’s a wonderful sea-food restaurant just a few steps away or head to old Carnac, also within walking distance
- Hire bikes to potter around – the wonderful sandy beach at Carnac Plage is only 4km away
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In a waterfront setting on the wonderful bay of Quiberon, Domaine Ostreicole offers beautiful style, contemporary flair and authentic surroundings in this magnificent part of southern Brittany.
This exquisite holiday abode comprises two neighbouring houses, each one dating back to the early 1800s and restored with a true sense of character alongside modern design and elegant style. Sleeping up to fourteen guests across seven inviting bedrooms, many with plush king-size beds and intricately tiled bathrooms, the owners have discerning tastes and a keen eye for detail as can be seen throughout each home’s gorgeous living room, high-end kitchen and homely dining area.
Ideal for an extended family or a group of friends, the two houses are joined by a gate between the two gardens, meaning you can come and go as you enjoy a sundowner on the pretty terrace in the coolness of the evening, or you can retain your own privacy if preferred. Both homes feature 21st century features such as Wi-Fi, Nespresso machines and other high-end appliances whilst retaining traditional characteristics and period detail. As you gaze out of the bay-facing windows to watch the tide coming in there’s certainly an air of timelessness around you.
Enjoy convivial meals at the well-known seafood restaurant, just down the road, or wander into the old town of Carnac, around 2km away, famous for its pre-historic stones which attract visitors from across the region. Hire bikes to potter around, the ideal way to reach Carnac Plage, a delightful seaside resort just 4km away with its sandy beach, watersports and weekly summer night market.
The landscapes across this region are incredible whether exploring the islets of the Morbihan coast, following the walking and horse-riding trails down the Quiberon peninsula or admiring the scenery by boat from nearby La Trinité-sur-Mer or the fantastic town of Vannes. You can even take a trip out from Port-Maria to Brittany’s largest island, Belle-Île, home to more beautiful beaches and summer beauty.
Whether you are wanting to spend time pottering around the beaches, trying some wonderful sea-food, seeking watersports and boat trips or searching for incredible walking and cycling trails, this part of southern Brittany is a paradise for relaxing holidays in outstanding natural surroundings.
What you should know…
- Domaine Ostreicole consists of two semi-detached houses, each with their own entrance, which are connected via a gate in their own gardens
- The houses are also available to book separately for smaller groups - please see Maison du Pecheur (3 bedrooms) and Maison Coquillage (4 bedrooms)
- In the 3-bedroom house, one of the bedrooms on the first floor is accessed via a metal walkway from the top of the stairs
- There’s only a local road separating the houses from the waterfront and you have amazing bay views
- You will most likely spot the odd tractor passing by to the neighbouring oyster farms either side of you
- Inside the houses the phone reception can be patchy although you can usually get some reception by the windows
Domaine Ostreicole consists of two semi-detached houses, each with their own entrance, which are connected via a gate in each of their gardens.
3-bedroom House Interiors
- Living room
- Well-equipped kitchen including oven, microwave, dishwasher and Nespresso machine
- Open-plan dining area with doors leading out to courtyard-style terrace garden
- Laundry room
- Guest WC
- Bedroom One with double king-size bed, separate small room with desk (or space for a cot) and en suite bathroom with shower
- Bedroom Two with double bed and en suite bathroom with shower
The second bedroom is accessed via a metal walkway from the top of the stairs
- Bedroom Three with double king-size bed and en suite bathroom with bath
4-bedroom House Interiors
- Living room with doors leading to terrace garden
- Kitchen-diner, well-equipped including an oven, microwave, dishwasher and Nespresso machine
- Guest WC
- Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed and en suite bathroom with shower
- Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed and en suite bathroom with bath
- Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed
- Bedroom 4 with twin beds (double on request)
- Bathroom with large shower and separate WC
- Laundry room
Outside Grounds (both houses)
- Terrace garden
- Table and chairs for al-fresco dining
- Deck chairs
- Gate connecting the two gardens/houses
Facilities (both houses)
- Working fireplace
- TV (on request only)
- Board games
- Washing machine and dryer
- Ironing facilities
In southern Brittany, on the bay of Quiberon, Domaine Ostreicole enjoys an enviable position in a traditional oyster farming village near Carnac Plage, 40km south-east of Lorient. Only a local road separates the houses from the waterfront and when the tide is high it’s even possible to take a dip. In this authentic setting you are amongst oyster farms (watch the odd tractor chugging by to collect the oysters) and you can buy all sorts of shellfish directly from farmers in the neighbourhood.
Within just 100m there’s a great seafood restaurant that is open five or six days a week for lunch and in the early evening (if visiting in the winter, check opening dates as it sometimes closes for a few weeks).
It’s only 2km to the old town of Carnac where you will find shops, supermarkets, bike hire and other facilities as well as a handful of restaurants. Head down on a Wednesday or Sunday morning to pick up fresh produce from the Farmer’s market just outside the town. The town is also popular due to its pre-historic stones across three sites surrounding the town as well as a good museum in Carnac itself – a great attraction of the area.
A little further along the coast, easily accessed by car or bike, is the charming seaside resort of Carnac Plage (4km) with its sandy beach, summer watersports such as kite and windsurfing and a thalassotherapy centre for treatments. In July and August there’s a delightful night market on a Thursday evening with all sorts of festivities.
La Trinité-sur-Mer (7km) is another lovely town, accessed via coastal walking paths from Carnac Plage or just a short drive/cycle ride away. The marina is filled with impressive sailing boats, there’s a great daily fish market, twice-weekly Farmer’s market (Tuesday and Friday morning) and boat excursions leave from here. You’ll also find a great range of watersports from sea-kayaks to stand-up paddle boarding and more.
Auray (16km) is a pleasant place to spend the day with its charming port, historic architecture dating back to medieval times and picturesque cafes and restaurants. Combine with a visit to Sainte-Anne d’Auray, a major pilgrimage site where guided tours are available.
You will find yet more incredible beaches, walking paths, horse-riding trails, watersports and idyllic fishing villages along the Quiberon peninsula. It’s also a good place to pick up the boat which takes you from Port-Maria (19km) to Brittany’s largest island, Belle-Île, the home to beautiful beaches and a great opera festival in August.
Another gem in this part of southern Brittany is Vannes (34km) with its ramparts, gardens and atmospheric twice-weekly Farmer’s Market. Boat excursions leave from the port, a lovely way to view the islets and magnificent landscapes of the Morbihan coast, or follow over 100km of sign-posted walking trails around the area. There are of course bird-watching opportunities, plenty of places to mountain bike and lots of chances to try some of the amazing sea-food from this part of Brittany.
Aéroport de Rennes Bretagne
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|Nearest Ferry Port||
|Nearest Train Station||
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Golf de Baden
Brittany is famed chiefly for its beaches, and with so much coastline to explore it’s certainly one of the best reasons to visit the region. But there’s more to Brittany than sun, sea and sand, and while a good chunk of our villas and chateaux in Brittany are found next to the coast the ones further inland are just as tempting. Want to get the inside scoop on Brittany before you book? You’ll find our full Brittany travel guide below, full of tips, inspiration and great things to do.
This part of southern Brittany offers so much for all ages with its sandy beaches, incredible nature and great range of outdoor activities. You can hire bikes in the local town, Carnac, which is a great way to get to the local beaches and beyond.
When you first arrive it’s worth getting to know the surrounding area by hopping on the little summer road-train that connects Carnac, its pre-historic stones and the pretty port of La Trinité-sur-Mer.
The charming seaside resort of Carnac Plage is only 4km away by car or bike. Here you will find a great sandy beach with supervised swimming in the summer as well as kite and windsurfing and weekly night markets on a Thursday evening in July and August.
There are further watersports in La Trinité-sur-Mer, around 7km away, as well as other watersport centres along the Morbihan gulf and the Quiberon peninsula. There are also lots of pleasant boat trips in the region, especially around La Trinité-sur-Mer and Vannes; a great way to explore the coast. If you head down to the southern-tip of the Quiberon peninsula you can catch a boat out to visit Brittany’s largest island, Belle-Île.
Families who are keen on walking will love the many paths following the idyllic coastline and you will also find horse-riding nearby in wonderful surroundings. For the most adventurous, hire a mountain bike and explore some of the incredible terrain around the Morbihan coastline.
Baby and Toddler Equipment
- High Chair(s)
Kids Activities Close-by
- Beach Nearby
- Walk to Beach
- Walk to Village
- Walk to Restaurant
- Horse Riding
- Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
- Tourist Towns & Villages
- Historical Sites
- Board games
- Indoor Games
- Maid Service Available
- Maid Service Available
- Welcome Pack Included (tea, coffee, milk and bread)
At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to babysitters we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:
- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting / childcare services
Extras included at this property:
- Welcome pack with breakfast for the next morning (with coffee, tea, milk and bread)
Extras available at this property (payable locally):
- Extra cleaning
Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!
Oliver's Travels Chef Service: A Gourmet Dining Experience
Make hosting a memorable dinner party at your villa an absolute breeze with our superb Chef Service. Our chefs will take care of everything for you from start to finish so you can just sit back and enjoy the gastronomic experience. They will bring all the necessary ingredients, cook and serve the food and even clean up afterwards. To find out more visit www.oliverstravels.com/chefs
These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.
|Security deposit||€1200 paid via bank transfer to the owner one month before arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to full inspection.|
|Arrival time||After 4.00 p.m.|
|Departure time||Until 11.00 a.m.|
|Energy costs included?||Yes.|
|Heating costs included?||Yes.|
|Linen & towels included?||Yes.|
|End of stay cleaning included?||Extra €400 paid via bank transfer to the owner one month before arrival. Please note guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.|
|Minimum stay||14 nights in July & August, otherwise 7 nights. All other durations on request.|
|Pets welcome?||On request only and with prior agreement with the owner. If accepted, a pet supplement may apply (payable locally|
|Other Ts and Cs||Weddings, stag/hen parties and other events/celebrations are not permitted.|
|Insurance||Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for civil liability as well as cancellations, personal belongings, public liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay|
Prices based on an occupancy of 14 people:
|Apr 10th 2021 - May 1st 2021||£5,288|
|May 1st 2021 - May 8th 2021||£4,493|
|May 8th 2021 - May 15th 2021||£4,891|
|May 15th 2021 - May 29th 2021||£4,493|
|May 29th 2021 - Jun 5th 2021||£4,692|
|Jun 5th 2021 - Jul 3rd 2021||£5,288|
|Jul 3rd 2021 - Jul 24th 2021||£6,262|
|Jul 24th 2021 - Aug 14th 2021||£7,654|
|Aug 14th 2021 - Aug 21st 2021||£6,660|
|Aug 21st 2021 - Aug 28th 2021||£6,262|
|Aug 28th 2021 - Sep 4th 2021||£5,566|
|Sep 4th 2021 - Sep 18th 2021||£5,288|
|Sep 18th 2021 - Dec 18th 2021||£3,897|
|Dec 18th 2021 - Jan 1st 2022||£5,288|
|Jan 1st 2022 - Jan 8th 2022||£4,294|
|Jan 8th 2022 - Mar 26th 2022||£3,897|
|Mar 26th 2022 - Apr 2nd 2022||£4,294|
|Apr 2nd 2022 - Apr 30th 2022||£5,288|
|Apr 30th 2022 - May 7th 2022||£4,493|
|May 7th 2022 - May 14th 2022||£4,891|
|May 14th 2022 - May 28th 2022||£4,493|
|May 28th 2022 - Jun 4th 2022||£4,692|
|Jun 4th 2022 - Jul 2nd 2022||£5,288|
|Jul 2nd 2022 - Jul 23rd 2022||£6,262|
|Jul 23rd 2022 - Aug 13th 2022||£7,654|
|Aug 13th 2022 - Aug 20th 2022||£6,660|
|Aug 20th 2022 - Aug 27th 2022||£6,262|
|Aug 27th 2022 - Sep 3rd 2022||£5,566|
|Sep 3rd 2022 - Sep 17th 2022||£5,288|
|Sep 17th 2022 - Oct 12th 2022||£3,897|
Prices based on an occupancy of 14 people:
|Apr 10th 2021 - May 1st 2021||€5,719|
|May 1st 2021 - May 8th 2021||€4,859|
|May 8th 2021 - May 15th 2021||€5,289|
|May 15th 2021 - May 29th 2021||€4,859|
|May 29th 2021 - Jun 5th 2021||€5,074|
|Jun 5th 2021 - Jul 3rd 2021||€5,719|
|Jul 3rd 2021 - Jul 24th 2021||€6,773|
|Jul 24th 2021 - Aug 14th 2021||€8,278|
|Aug 14th 2021 - Aug 21st 2021||€7,203|
|Aug 21st 2021 - Aug 28th 2021||€6,773|
|Aug 28th 2021 - Sep 4th 2021||€6,020|
|Sep 4th 2021 - Sep 18th 2021||€5,719|
|Sep 18th 2021 - Dec 18th 2021||€4,214|
|Dec 18th 2021 - Jan 1st 2022||€5,719|
|Jan 1st 2022 - Jan 8th 2022||€4,644|
|Jan 8th 2022 - Mar 26th 2022||€4,214|
|Mar 26th 2022 - Apr 2nd 2022||€4,644|
|Apr 2nd 2022 - Apr 30th 2022||€5,719|
|Apr 30th 2022 - May 7th 2022||€4,859|
|May 7th 2022 - May 14th 2022||€5,289|
|May 14th 2022 - May 28th 2022||€4,859|
|May 28th 2022 - Jun 4th 2022||€5,074|
|Jun 4th 2022 - Jul 2nd 2022||€5,719|
|Jul 2nd 2022 - Jul 23rd 2022||€6,773|
|Jul 23rd 2022 - Aug 13th 2022||€8,278|
|Aug 13th 2022 - Aug 20th 2022||€7,203|
|Aug 20th 2022 - Aug 27th 2022||€6,773|
|Aug 27th 2022 - Sep 3rd 2022||€6,020|
|Sep 3rd 2022 - Sep 17th 2022||€5,719|
|Sep 17th 2022 - Oct 12th 2022||€4,214|
Prices based on an occupancy of 14 people:
|Apr 10th 2021 - May 1st 2021||$6,807|
|May 1st 2021 - May 8th 2021||$5,783|
|May 8th 2021 - May 15th 2021||$6,295|
|May 15th 2021 - May 29th 2021||$5,783|
|May 29th 2021 - Jun 5th 2021||$6,039|
|Jun 5th 2021 - Jul 3rd 2021||$6,807|
|Jul 3rd 2021 - Jul 24th 2021||$8,060|
|Jul 24th 2021 - Aug 14th 2021||$9,851|
|Aug 14th 2021 - Aug 21st 2021||$8,572|
|Aug 21st 2021 - Aug 28th 2021||$8,060|
|Aug 28th 2021 - Sep 4th 2021||$7,165|
|Sep 4th 2021 - Sep 18th 2021||$6,807|
|Sep 18th 2021 - Dec 18th 2021||$5,015|
|Dec 18th 2021 - Jan 1st 2022||$6,807|
|Jan 1st 2022 - Jan 8th 2022||$5,527|
|Jan 8th 2022 - Mar 26th 2022||$5,015|
|Mar 26th 2022 - Apr 2nd 2022||$5,527|
|Apr 2nd 2022 - Apr 30th 2022||$6,807|
|Apr 30th 2022 - May 7th 2022||$5,783|
|May 7th 2022 - May 14th 2022||$6,295|
|May 14th 2022 - May 28th 2022||$5,783|
|May 28th 2022 - Jun 4th 2022||$6,039|
|Jun 4th 2022 - Jul 2nd 2022||$6,807|
|Jul 2nd 2022 - Jul 23rd 2022||$8,060|
|Jul 23rd 2022 - Aug 13th 2022||$9,851|
|Aug 13th 2022 - Aug 20th 2022||$8,572|
|Aug 20th 2022 - Aug 27th 2022||$8,060|
|Aug 27th 2022 - Sep 3rd 2022||$7,165|
|Sep 3rd 2022 - Sep 17th 2022||$6,807|
|Sep 17th 2022 - Oct 12th 2022||$5,015|
Please note that prices may not be 100% accurate for dates outside of the current calendar year. For an accurate quote, please enquire.
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