This beautiful family property for rent on the Ile de Batz is the perfect place to spend timeless holidays, with family or friends. This old stone mill was built in an area which is now protected by the Conservatoire du Littoral (A coastal preservation organisation). The living room is warm and welcoming with a beautiful stone fireplace. The dining room is ideal for entertaining and sharing good fish bought from the island's fishermen. The furniture, mostly Breton, accentuates the authentic side of this beautiful house. With its 8 bedrooms, the house can accommodate up to 12 people. Outside, a large flowery garden stretches out towards the sea, surrounded by fields with horses, which are abundant on the island!
The house is located in the middle of nature in the north of the island of Batz, 30 minutes by foot from the arrival dock. To reach the Ile de Batz, take the 15 minute ferry boat from Roscoff. This property has 360 ° sea views and is secluded away from other properties. Once on the Ile de Batz, you can walk or cycle around. The island of Batz is spared of mass tourism and benefits from a rare, mild micro-climate, where many plants and flowers grow ... a real oasis in Brittany!
from the harbor
from local market
with 2 single beds
with a single bed each
With a large dining table
a bed and a high chair
"The adventure begins in Roscoff. After 15 minutes by boat, we reach the island of Batz, where the only taxi takes us to the property. The journey continues in this old mill overlooking the sea which has kept its rustic character through the combination of stone and Breton furniture. Change of scenery guaranteed! " Olivia Bartoli
For 4 to 6 peoples
For 8 peoples
For 10 to 12 peoples
Prices do not change depending on the number of people
The owner of this house shares with us his recommendations.
The good restaurant in the area? The "Crêperie du Phare" for terrace dining!
The nearest local market? In front of the bakery on Sundays in summer, a small farmer’s market
The place to go for a drink or to go dancing? Le "Bar du Port" for an aperitif, the "PAB" for a game of pétanque, or the "Petit Vénoc" for a more local atmosphere
The place not to be missed? The "Georges Delaselle" garden
The "must do"? Swimming and shrimp fishing