Stay at the stunning Lune de Miel in Brittany’s Coray

Coray is a beautiful Breton village in the Finistere department. This traditional town oozes with character and has plenty to do to enable visitors to become acquainted with authentic Breton life.

Lune de Miel

If you are looking for stylish self-catering accommodation in Coray for a party of four, take a look at the stunning villa known as Lune de Miel.

This country abode boasts two bedrooms and two bathrooms, sleeping four guests in comfort. Hailed as a ‘Hansel and Gretel’ style stone cottage, Lune de Miel is tucked out of sight down a little country lane, surrounded by flourishing trees, shrubs and grassland.

The villa was once a 19th century farmhouse and has been renovated to an exceptionally high standard. Chunky wooden beams run through the cottage married with other delightful rustic features, including a cosy woodburner in the large stone fireplace, exposed stone walls and a quirky open staircase.

The exterior of this charming cottage is equally delightful, blessed with a verdant lawn, a distinctly-shaped private pool surrounded by attractive Spanish stone paving, and a poolside garden house, the perfect ‘play den’ for children or even teenagers looking for some privacy.

Guests staying at the cottage in the chillier months will be pleased to learn that the pool is heated!

Guests can wine and dine under the starry Breton sky on Lune de Miel’s dining terrace. All the cooking can also be done outside on the plancha and barbecue.

If you can manage to drag yourself from the peaceful tranquillity of Lune de Miel, pretty Coray is just two kilometres away. Other larger towns are further afield, including picturesque Quimper, which is 26 kilometres from the villa.

Walkers and nature explorers will be in their element at Lune de Miel as the house is perfectly positioned to explore Brittany’s incredible countryside of dense forests and secluded lakes.

To find out more about this stunning country cottage, to view photos and make a booking, visit Lune de Miel’s webpage here.