Manoir du Plessis-Madeuc

Corseul, France

The Manor House of Plessix-Madeuc was built in the 16th century and underwent significant changes up until the 17th century. The building has excellent proportions and the tower, which dominates the southwest side, was traditionally the main living quarters of the lord of the Manor. The main door of the mansion is crowned by a triangular pediment decorated with the arms of the family of the Gaudemont Monforière, owners during the eighteenth century. Originally it belonged to the Madeuc family, one of the oldest names in the region meaning 'benevolent' in Breton. In the courtyard is an original double-sided well decorated with a superb carving.

Berenice and Olivier Dupuy have restored this property with the purpose of accommodating painters and photographers in residence and to open the charming apartments to holiday goers. The large garden with its beautiful rose garden and secluded position allows you to relax in serenity while enjoying the surrounding countryside.



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Founded: 17th century
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in France


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Damian Dessler (BadChaker) (2 years ago)
An enchanting property to unwind. If you want to escape everyday life and are looking for a relaxing holiday, then this is the place for you. There is a large garden where you can retreat to read and the rooms are beautifully furnished and exude the magic of days gone by. The owners are very friendly and accommodating and happy to give an insight into the history. Really great! From here you can also drive to neighboring towns, such as Dinan, St. Malo and Dinard. Even Rennes is only about 50 minutes away. Really warmly recommended!
Katrin Goldmann (2 years ago)
I would highly recommend staying at this Manoir. Idyllic location, extremely quiet, a gorgeous old stone building with a very beautiful, romantic garden (small pond with water lilies!). The apartments (I was allowed to visit all of them) are furnished with taste and love, a perfect harmony of old and new. The hosts, François & Susanna are friendly and helpful. By the way, Susanna is German.
L. L. (3 years ago)
A very pleasant family stay in the family cottage with breakfast. Space, calm, charm and a caring host! Ideally placed to discover Dinan and the Emerald Coast.
Pawel Rosinski (3 years ago)
Great atmosphere, Great furniture, very old and well furnitured place and great owners
Linus Stukenborg (5 years ago)
We stayed 9 nights with two adults and our two teenagers in the bed and breakfast family suite. The "little castle" with Breton charm is beautiful and pure relaxation. The new owners and the housekeeper are very friendly. The typical breakfast was lovingly prepared. The accommodation is really recommended. Our children were also thrilled because the WiFi worked great.
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