5 properties near a French ferry port

5 properties near a French ferry port

If accessibility from the UK is an important factor in your French property search then take a look at our selection of 5 properties less than 90 minutes from a major part in northern France

Côtes-d’Armor, Brittany


This three-bedroom cottage is located in Maël-Carhaix, just over an hour’s drive from Roscoff with regular ferries to Portsmouth and Ireland. The cottage is easy to maintain and has a fully fitted kitchen, reception room, three bedrooms and a garden.

www.francepropertyshop.comCôtes-d’Armor, Brittany


Only 45 minutes from the port at Roscoff and 20 minutes from the coast, this renovated two-bedroom farmhouse. Situated in a quiet hamlet near Loguivy-Plougras, the house has a loft that can be converted as well as a stone outbuilding and a large garden.

www.jbfrenchhouses.co.ukFinistère, Brittany


Only 30 minutes from the port at Roscoff, this ancient house is in the centre of a village near Morlaix. The house has wooden beams, exposed stone walls and an exterior staircase and offers four bedrooms, a kitchen, two living rooms and a conservatory.

www.ahouseinbrittany.comCôtes-d’Armor, Brittany


Situated just 50 minutes from Saint-Malo, near Trémeur, this property has stables with space for eight horses. The main house has four bedrooms, a kitchen, games room and two living rooms. There is also a two-bedroom gîte and large garden.

www.properties-brittany.comOrne, Lower Normandy


This charming timber house is located near Vimoutiers and is less than an hour from Caen-Ouistreham port. It is currently a well-known B&B and has five bedrooms, an equipped kitchen and an open-plan dining and living room. There is a one-hectare garden and a terrace.

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