Self catering holiday rental in France
· Brittany · Atlantic Coast · Finistère

Coat An Lem

A traditional 19th century Breton house with a large, child-friendly garden, set in a small village close to sandy beaches.

Anne and Laure Salamon
With since March, 2008
+33 6 75 70 72 48
+33 6 72 83 97 42

About the Holiday Home

The garden
The garden

Coat an Lem is a traditional three-storey 19th century Breton home with whitewashed stone walls. The original large shuttered windows let in plenty of light, with dormer windows in the roof. Four bedrooms sleep ten guests in comfort. Located beside a quiet road, it has a large child-friendly garden with swings and a sand pit. The house is on the edge of the village of Plouézoc'h, five minutes from the center with the excellent boulangerie.

The front door opens into a large hallway. On the right is the large kitchen / dining room, which is bright and airy with high ceilings. The kitchen is well equipped, with a traditional ceramic sink, a modern stove, a dishwasher, a washing machine, and a microwave, and a large original stone fireplace which houses a wood burning stove. A big dining table seats eight.

The dining table
The dining table

The living room also has its original stone fireplace and a wood burning stove, surrounded by comfortable sofas for cosy evenings. Also on the ground floor is a toilet with a wash basin. Old wooden steps lead upstairs. On the middle floor are the two main bedrooms. Both have high ceilings with exposed wooden beams, and antique beds and furniture. The bathroom is on this floor; it has a modern bath/shower, a toilet and a wash basin. The attic floor also contains two bedrooms with sloping ceilings. One room has bunk beds and a single bed, and the other has one double bed and a single bed.

Special features

  • Pets welcomed
  • Bilingual assistance available on site


Nearest large town
Other towns nearby
St Malo
Finistère (29)
Rental information

Coat An Lem

8 guests
4 bedrooms
4 bedrooms: two, each with a double bed, one with a double bed and a single bed, and one with bunk beds and a single bed.


  • Linen available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Internet access
  • Bath
  • Shower
  • Fireplace
  • Barbecue

Rental rates

The rates shown below are for renting this self-catering accommodation for one week. Rent is to be paid to the owner in Euros. For your reference, you can view the rates in another currency. Currency conversions are an approximate guide and are subject to change.
Display rates in
Time of year Cost per week
June 3 until July 1 € 650
July 1 until July 29 € 800
July 29 until August 19 € 900
August 19 until September 2 € 800
September 2 until September 23 € 650

Rental Conditions

The rental includes electricity and wood for the fires. A deposit of 25% is required to secure the booking, with the total due before arrival. Bed linen can be hired for €10 per person. Towels are not included. We offer special rates for consecutive weeks. Travel Tip

A clear and detailed rental agreement will help to ensure a trouble-free holiday.
It will define your rights and obligations as a guest in a rental property. Before you send your deposit, we recommend that you call or text the homeowner (or the owner’s agent) at the number shown on this page to ensure all is in order and as agreed.
Your rental agreement should state:
  • the name and the exact address of the property
  • the name of the homeowner and/or the agent, as well as his or her cellphone number
  • the name of the tenant and his or her address and phone number
  • the start and the end of the rental period (including time of access and departure)
  • the rent amount and what it includes (linen, towels, cleaning, electricity, water…) as well as what it excludes (heat, wood for the fireplace?…)
  • how the rent should be paid (Pay-pal, bank transfer, money wire, cheque?…), and when the rent should be paid (dates and amounts of down payment and balance)
  • whether a damage deposit is required, and if so, when is it payable, how damage is measured, how and when the deposit is refunded, and how deductions are made
  • what referrals are available or required for and from the landlord and the tenant.


Anne and Laure Salamon at Coat An Lem.

About the Area

The nearby coastline
The nearby coastline

The village of Plouezoc'h has a beautiful old church, a good boulangerie, a nice café/créperie and a small supermarket all within walking distance. There are open air markets nearly every day in nearby villages and two big supermarkets within a ten minute drive. Plouezoc'h is situated on the beautiful bay of Morlaix, which is dotted with small islands. There are many boat trips available to explore the bay. One of the islands has a fortress, the Chateau de Taureau which was built in the 16th century to protect Morlaix from the British.

Also nearby, the beautiful old town of Morlaix has many interesting buildings and a huge market. Within a fifteen minute drive, there are many sandy beaches which are safe for swimming. It is a great area for walkers, with a well-marked coastal path along the rugged coast line, which is a great way to see birds and wildlife. At the nearest beach, Kerarmel, there is a cultivated oyster bed where fresh oysters can be bought. Close by is the "grand cairn de Barnenez", a 72-metre long neolithic burial mound with 11 chambers. This area has many interesting old churches as well as a lovely old chateau, Kerjean, which hosts interesting exhibitions. Sailing and horse riding are available nearby.

About the Region

The town of Morlaix
The town of Morlaix

Brittany is well known for its magnificent and unspoilt coastline and sandy beaches. Plan a day-trip to Brest, home of the biggest aquarium in France. An hour's drive south is the ancient forest of Huelgoat, a source of Arthurian legends. A river runs through the bolder-strewn forest, leading to a beautiful lake. Brittany is famous for its seafood, cheese and cider, and there are lots of great restaurants where visitors can discover the regional cuisine. The weather in Brittany changes very quickly from hot and sunny to showers, often all in the same day. The temperature in summer is usually between 20°-30° C.

Photo Album

The kitchen
The kitchen
The living room
The living room
The second double bedroom
The second double bedroom
The bedroom with bunk beds and a single bed
The bedroom with bunk beds and a single bed
One of the double bedrooms
One of the double bedrooms
The house and garden
The house and garden