Country side & coastline

Situated 3 km from the sea

Between the “Côte des Bruyères” and the “Côte de Granite Rose”, this 18th century farm-manor house, recently renovated and listed as a historical monument, is at the end of a beautifully peaceful lane.

Explore the coastal paths of the north Brittany coast, with its white sandy coves, the famous port at Locquemeau and the remarkable beauty spot, Yaudet, all within minutes of the manor.
Strolling in the heart of Lannion and around the many castles and manors of Tregor you may discover a passion for historical buildings and stonework.

On return from your adventures, you’ll find a welcoming fire back at the Club House, where you can spend a relaxing evening, contemplating the marvels of the day.

 

 

Bed and breakfast

Rates are for two, three or four people and include breakfast.

  Price for one night
Orange Heron 2 people
2 personnes 125 €
Green Peacock : family suite 2 to 4 people
2 people 125 €
3 people 140 €
4 people 160 €
Lemon Grey 2 or 3 people
2 people 125 €
3 people 140 €
Purple King 2 people
2 people 125 €
Black Fox 2 people
2 people 125 €

Yellow Eagle: gite with fireplace, for 2 people

Breakfast can be served on request with a supplement of 8€ per person.

Cleaning of gite + 60 €

  Weekly rates from Saturday to Saturday
Low season
From 1st October to 31th March, outside school holidays
550 €
Middle season
From 1st Avril to end Juin
School holidays(Toussaints, Christmas et Easter)
650 €
High season
July and August
900 €

 

Extra bed : 20,00 €

Tax(18 + years) 0.50 € / day per person from April 1st to September 30th

All our rooms are equipped with bathroom and separate toilet.

For the comfort of all the bedrooms and throughout the house are non-smoking.

Arrivals are from 5pm to 7pm, if you arrive outside these hours, thank you for telling us.

Rooms must be vacated before noon.

Terms & Conditions
Reservations will be considered firm upon receipt of a deposit worth 30% of your stay.

 

Country side & coastline

Situated 3 km from the sea

Between the “Côte des Bruyères” and the “Côte de Granite Rose”, this 18th century farm-manor house, recently renovated and listed as a historical monument, is at the end of a beautifully peaceful lane.

Explore the coastal paths of the north Brittany coast, with its white sandy coves, the famous port at Locquemeau and the remarkable beauty spot, Yaudet, all within minutes of the manor.
Strolling in the heart of Lannion and around the many castles and manors of Tregor you may discover a passion for historical buildings and stonework.

On return from your adventures, you’ll find a welcoming fire back at the Club House, where you can spend a relaxing evening, contemplating the marvels of the day.

 

 

Bed and breakfast

Rates are for two, three or four people and include breakfast.

  Price for one night
Orange Heron 2 people
2 personnes 125 €
Green Peacock : family suite 2 to 4 people
2 people 125 €
3 people 140 €
4 people 160 €
Lemon Grey 2 or 3 people
2 people 125 €
3 people 140 €
Purple King 2 people
2 people 125 €
Black Fox 2 people
2 people 125 €

Yellow Eagle: gite with fireplace, for 2 people

Breakfast can be served on request with a supplement of 8€ per person.

Cleaning of gite + 60 €

  Weekly rates from Saturday to Saturday
Low season
From 1st October to 31th March, outside school holidays
550 €
Middle season
From 1st Avril to end Juin
School holidays(Toussaints, Christmas et Easter)
650 €
High season
July and August
900 €

 

Extra bed : 20,00 €

Tax(18 + years) 0.50 € / day per person from April 1st to September 30th

All our rooms are equipped with bathroom and separate toilet.

For the comfort of all the bedrooms and throughout the house are non-smoking.

Arrivals are from 5pm to 7pm, if you arrive outside these hours, thank you for telling us.

Rooms must be vacated before noon.

Terms & Conditions
Reservations will be considered firm upon receipt of a deposit worth 30% of your stay.

 

Country side & coastline

Situated 3 km from the sea

Between the “Côte des Bruyères” and the “Côte de Granite Rose”, this 18th century farm-manor house, recently renovated and listed as a historical monument, is at the end of a beautifully peaceful lane.

Explore the coastal paths of the north Brittany coast, with its white sandy coves, the famous port at Locquemeau and the remarkable beauty spot, Yaudet, all within minutes of the manor.
Strolling in the heart of Lannion and around the many castles and manors of Tregor you may discover a passion for historical buildings and stonework.

On return from your adventures, you’ll find a welcoming fire back at the Club House, where you can spend a relaxing evening, contemplating the marvels of the day.

 

 

Bed and breakfast

Rates are for two, three or four people and include breakfast.

  Price for one night
Orange Heron 2 people
2 personnes 125 €
Green Peacock : family suite 2 to 4 people
2 people 125 €
3 people 140 €
4 people 160 €
Lemon Grey 2 or 3 people
2 people 125 €
3 people 140 €
Purple King 2 people
2 people 125 €
Black Fox 2 people
2 people 125 €

Yellow Eagle: gite with fireplace, for 2 people

Breakfast can be served on request with a supplement of 8€ per person.

Cleaning of gite + 60 €

  Weekly rates from Saturday to Saturday
Low season
From 1st October to 31th March, outside school holidays
550 €
Middle season
From 1st Avril to end Juin
School holidays(Toussaints, Christmas et Easter)
650 €
High season
July and August
900 €

 

Extra bed : 20,00 €

Tax(18 + years) 0.50 € / day per person from April 1st to September 30th

All our rooms are equipped with bathroom and separate toilet.

For the comfort of all the bedrooms and throughout the house are non-smoking.

Arrivals are from 5pm to 7pm, if you arrive outside these hours, thank you for telling us.

Rooms must be vacated before noon.

Terms & Conditions
Reservations will be considered firm upon receipt of a deposit worth 30% of your stay.

 
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