The Manoir's south-western aspect affords uninterrupted views to the island of Milliau, where the lush vegetation is studded with pink granite and to the island of Molène, where magnificent sunsets regularly play out. Looking out to sea from le Manoir, the tides provide two daily shows of their own. At low tide, vast expanses of sand and rocks are unveiled - perfect for a long stroll. At high tide, the sea takes centre stage and majestically fills the foreground.

The air in Trébeurden is pure and invigorating. And for a particularly invigorating holiday experience, nothing beats a swim in the sea! On a windy day, wrap up warm for a good coastal walk. And even if the sun isn't shining, nothing is more impressive than a storm cloud setting the white sands of the island of Molène in contrast with an angry sea. For nature-lovers, each season ushers in its favourite flowers: mimosas, camellias, rhododendrons, agapanthoideae, and then hydrangeas bring colour to the coast's gardens.

Luce and Gilles Daubé welcome you to le Manoir de Lan Kerellec, an exceptional location on the Pink Granite Coast, in a family residence with a unique charm and elegance, dating from the end of the nineteenth century.

As with all rooms in the hotel, the dining room, with a ceiling carved to resemble the upturned hull of a ship, overlooks a Breton landscape comprising wild islands and colours of rare intensity. Imbued with the spirit of the open sea, Mathieu Kergourlay's gastronominic cuisine invites your senses to continue their voyage of discovery.

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