At the heart of the legendary enchanted forest of Broceliande, near the Emerald coast and approximately 25 miles from Rennes, this fine mansion has an interesting history. Rebuilt at the end of the 18th century, it is a real gem. A passion for the arts shines through in each room and the property captures the spirit of holidays from the romantic period.
The estate extends to nine hectares and, in addition to the main house, comprises a pigeon loft and a chapel. Works of art enhance the lounge/ library where guests are sure to relax near the fireplace. There is also a lovely dining room (table reservations recommended).
There is a helipad and, in the surrounding area, guests can enjoy horse riding, golf, kayaking, cycling, walking and tennis. This is a magical place to stay and you can be assured of a warm welcome by host Jean Luc.
The hotel comprises just 5 comfortable guest rooms, each of which has views of the park or the countryside and is equipped with TV, WiFi and an ensuite bathroom. The rooms are delightfully decorated and each bears the name of a writer – Marcel Proust, Georges Sand, Marguerite Yourcenar, Victor Hugo and Pierre Loti.
- Open all year
3 nights from £525 per person in February and from £539 per person in September, based on two adults sharing on bed & breakfast basis. Indicative prices include return Eurostar (Paris) and return transfers by rail and private car.