'Teag Beag' in the hamlet of Goué, nestled beside the Foret de Lanouée, is a deceptively spacious stone house on three levels which has been fully renovated to modern standards, whilst retaining all of it’s traditional attractive features including oak beams throughout. It is located just 7 minutes drive from the medieval town of Josselin, with all it’s tourist attractions; famous Chateau de Rohan, 17th Century half-timbered buildings, bars, shops and restaurants. There is also a lively Saturday street market. It is just 12 minutes drive to the larger town of Ploermel, which has many shopping amenities to cater for most tastes. A mobile boulangerie calls to the hamlet twice a week and the nearest local boulangerie is just 3km. Situated between Goué and Ploermel is Lac au Duc, a lake with man-made beach, café, water-sports centre and nine hole golf-course nearby. The area is great for exploring by car, on foot or by bicycle. Superb beaches can be found all along the Morbihan coast.