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Manoir et parc de Kerazan

  • Historical sites and monuments

A wonderful illustration of life in a Breton country house during the 19th century, including reception rooms, a smoking room, library, billiard room and an important collection of paintings inspired by Brittany. There are also exceptional pieces of Quimper pottery including a unique cello by Alfred Beau. The English-style grounds of 5 hectares include a kitchen garden with a medieval lay-out and a fish pond. There is a creperie in the grounds. Function rooms can be hired for receptions and seminars all year round.

The Manoir de Kérazan was originally built in the 16th century and partially reconstructed in the 18th century. It is one of the oldest seigneurial estates in Pays Bigouden and was bequeathed to the Institut de France in 1928 by Joseph-George Astor.

Localisation

  • In the country

Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Fully equipped meeting room

Services

  • Shop

Activities

  • Specific theme activities
  • Temporary exhibitions

Disabled access

  • yes

Pets allowed

  • yes

Method of payment

  • Postal or bank cheques
  • Holiday vouchers
  • Cash
Type min max condition
Base rate - full rate adult7
Child rate5
Group rate
Rate for large families
Group rate


29750 Loctudy

Phone contact

09 65 19 61 57

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