Ideally situated in the pedestrian historical centre of Quimper, south-western Brittany, Ty Shakespeare benefits from perfect surroundings for holidays with your sweetheart.
Directly located on the « Place au Beurre », a small medieval square hosting 6 authentic crêperies, a restaurant and a coffee-shop, right above an art gallery, you will be able to enjoy the cosy and lively atmosphere of Quimper, a charming city, with its quaint pedestrian streets, timbered houses, restaurants, bars, the Cathedral nearby, the covered market open every day all day, the market on Wednesdays and Saturays, the quays of the Odet and Ster rivers, the Art Museum, the Breton Museum, cinemas with movies in English and all kinds of shops. All this at a stone's throw from the flat.
• Gorgeous spacious loft-style studio (36m²) on the second floor of a timbered-house.
• Renovation made by an architect, fireplace (not usable), authentic stone walls and timber beams, wooden floor, windows on both sides, with a view on the Cathedral spires but no dusturbance from the bells !
• Seating area with two armchairs, double bed 140 cm, fully-equipped kitchenette, washbasin and shower, separate toilet
• Refrigerator with freezer, microwave oven, hot plates, toaster, boiler, coffee machine
• TV set, broadband internet, Wi-Fi
• Free parking lot in the street 300 m from the flat.
• We will be happy to provide you with tips and advice enriched by our extensive knowledge of the area
JULY - AUGUST
From July 3st to August 28th 2021
JUNE - SEPTEMBER
THE NIGHT (minimum 3)
From June 5th to July 2nd and from August 29th to September 25th 2021
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK
Long-term accomodation possible
From January 2nd to June 4th 2021 and from September 25th 2021 to June 3st 2022
€ 20 for a person
€ 30 for two persons
(sheet, duvet case, pillow cases, kitchen cloth and towels)
The Cathedral, the quays, the timber-framed houses, Breton earthenware, embroidery, the Place au Beurre and its crêpes...
The fishing harbour, Port Rhu and its boat cemetery, the Boat Museum, the incredible « Temps Fête » (boat festival, every other year), the medieval town of Locronan...
The Pointe du Raz and its breath-taking cliffs, the Baie des Trépassés and its legends, the marvellous coastal path overlooking rocky Douarnenez Bay, the « Fête des Bruyères » - a peasant wedding in the old fashion, a weekend of traditional dance and music)...
Le spot de surf de La Torche, le phare de Penmarch, Pont l'Abbé, le port et la Cité de la Pêche de Le Guilvinec...
The white-sanded beaches of Fouesnant, la Forêt-Fouesnant and its race boats, the Glenan Archipelago, the polder and marshes of Mousterlin, Benodet, its spa and its port withe such a cute view on the tiny harbour of Ste Marine on the other bank of the Odet river, its cruises on the Odet river or toward the Glenan...
The «Ville Close»- a fortified city built on the sea with a large choice of shops and restaurants - the pier, the harbour, the Sables Blancs beach, the Marine Museum...
La magnifique presqu'ile de Crozon, le chaos de Huelgoat, Pont Aven, cité des peintres, Lorient et son unique Festival Interceltique...
La balade et la randonnée sur le GR 34 et au Stangala, les activités nautiques dans à peu-près toutes les villes maritimes...