Kergudon : Gîtes in Brittany
Nestled in the heart of Finistère's Monts d’Arrée within the Natural Parc d'Armorique, Kergudon provides peace and tranquillity in our self-catering gîtes in Brittany.
Ideally located in the centre of Finistère everything this amazing region has to offer is within easy reach.
Whether you want to relax on the beach; walk, cycle or drive in the picturesque countryside and coastline; or explore the many beautiful Breton towns and villages, our cottages in Finistère are your perfect base.
Explore Our Four Gites in Brittany
The largest of our gîtes, Priory is full of character and charm.
Sleeping up to 6 in 3 bedrooms (four-poster king, 2nd king and twin room) with 2 bathrooms
A light and airy cottage in Finistère with lots of charm and views of the Monts D'Arrée.
Sleeping up to 6 in 3 bedrooms (king, double and twin) with 2 bathrooms
Our cozy couples' cottage at Gîtes de Kergudon is perfect for 2 and is also dog-friendly.
Sleepsa 2 in a king bed with a luxury bathroom with double ended bath
Stable is our chambre d'hôte (B&B) in Finistère in a detached cottage overlooking the old orchard
Sleeps 2 in a double bed with en suite shower room
Hinnerk & Kinga, Zurich
"Been here in Summer and Winter , two very different scenes. We always felt a very warm welcome at these lovely Gites, kept with passion in a personality that literally grew over centuries. Gites de Kergudon turned out to be a great refugium allowing for an individual mix of solitude to enjoy and explore towns and villages in this very special part of France."
"Myself, fiancée and dog spent a lovely week at Kergudon. It is easily the most dog friendly place we’ve been which made it easy for us. It was a great base to explore the rest of Brittany. The Hayloft was cosy and comfy and the garden and terrace were excellent. Ben and David really have thought of every detail from dog treats, water bowl, towels, bed and blankets to cover furniture to the robes and slippers for us. The gîte is well equipped and the small kitchen has everything you would ever need as well as the delightful welcome hamper! Thanks again!"
Sunday 29 November – Bucking. The Trend.
At the end of my last blog I said that this week’s work would be focussed on completing the clear up of the ash trees already felled before felling some more. It also said that the weather was looking good to do that most of the week and, unusually for us, we actually stuck to…
Sunday 22 November – Ash Wednesday (& Thursday, & Friday …)
Apologies for not posting a blog last week. I felt that the previous week hadn’t been as productive as we’d have liked. Perhaps we have developed a confinement malaise which would be disappointing as we got so much done in the spring lockdown! Maybe this is tied in with the autumn days getting shorter and…
Sunday 08 November – On a slow laundry cycle
If you are reading this blog on our website you may have noticed some changes! In my last blog, which I can’t link to as it is on the old site, I mentioned that a project Dave had been working on for a number of weeks was about to come to fruition. This new website…