Little Wood Cottage
This room conjures up the atmosphere of a cottage combining a good old-fashioned British country style with elements of modern comfort. The room dubbed Little Wood (the translation of the Breton “Coët Bihan”) is a large room with plenty of eastern and southern light, that promises relaxing moments and refreshing nights in the calm of the country.
The allusion to our British neighbors is an opportunity to remember that our Celt Breton ancestors came in such large numbers from the land called Britain that they gave the name Brittany to the peninsula where they settled, among long established Celt Armorican populations that were partly romanised. Similar languages and ancestral trade probably helped their migration and their assimilation from the 5th century on. Nowadays, there are many opportunities for those cousins from both sides of the Channel, formerly called Mare Britannicum, to meet and celebrate their common roots, specially during the Interceltic Festival of Lorient ( one of the biggest in Europe, early August)
The name of this room is that of one of the seven villages of the Barnstable area, Cape Cod peninsula, south west from Boston, Massachusetts..
Edeni is the name of an animal reserve on the banks of the Edeni River in the Transvaal, South Africa. It is close to the famous Kruger National Park.
Book your stay now
Use our form to book your stay,
We will confirm your reservation as soon as possible