Walks and sightseeing

- There are five beaches at Trébeurden, all facing south or south-west, sheltered and pleasant for swimming in the sea or sunbathing.
- Walks : uncover the delights of the Pink Granite Coast along the "Sentier des Douaniers" coastal path (GR34 in France's "Grande Randonnée" network of long-distance footpaths). "Le Père Trébeurden", a rock sculpted by erosion, overhangs the sea at the Castel peninsula.
- The island of Milliau: : When the tide retreats far enough, a stretch of sand allows access to the island, providing an opportunity for an exceptional walk.
- Bird observatory on l’Ile Grande in a wild, granite setting.
- Explore the nearby archipelago of seven islands, l’île de Batz and l'île de Bréhat.
- The marais du Quellen wetlands: follow the path set on piles which weaves its way through lush vegetation and enjoy a varied landscape, keeping an eye out for wild horses en route.
- Explore the gardens : There are gardens at nearby Kerdalo and Domaine de la Roche Jagu.
- Le Yaudet: visit the chapel and take a walk nearby

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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