Guesthouse of charm and character & Gastronomic Restaurant
Ideally located between the Côte des Bruyères and the Côte de Granit Rose, this mansion of the XVII-XVIII century recently renovated and listed historical monument will be the point of departure of your excursions in this region with a strong character.
Located in Bretagne or Brittany, more precisely in the Côtes d’Armor, Le Manoir de l’Isle is settled in a region full of discoveries. You will be nearby to town like Perros-Guirec, Lannion or Ploumanach and the Côte de Granit Rose, a must see destination.
From the GR34 and the coastal path, you’ll be able to discover the harbor of Loquémeau and beautiful white sandy beaches, to stroll along the river of the Leguer and admire the wild coast of the Beg Leguer, until you reach the outstanding site of the Yaudet.
A little further, and your curiosity will lead you to Saint-Michel-en-Grève, with its traditional church and its huge beach, or to Trégastel and Ploumanach, to do a boat tour around the Seven Islands or to admire the impressive pink granite of the Renote Island. If you want to take your trip a step further, you’ll be able to discover Locquirec, Brest, Morlaix, Roscoff, Paimpol or the islands of Bréhat and Batz.
Coming back from your iodinated trip, a cosy room in a pastoral setting will await for you, under the spell of these wonders propitious to reverie, the legends are never far away.
Discover the Manoir de l'Isle !
Beautiful Mansion and its cottages from the XVII and XVIII century entirely renovated, the Manoir de l’Isle offer a setting with historical and pastoral charms, between tradition and modernity. Its interior court host five guestroom and a cottage around a garden where you will be able to rest between two getaways.
Your hosts, Philippe and Patricia, will be pleased to welcome you every morning around a breakfast composed essentially of local and organic products. Friendliness and gustatory pleasure is their motto. With a fresh fruits salad, pastries, fresh bread, jam, natural yogurt, cheese, coffee and tea, they hope to delight your buds.
In 2019, one of the mansion’s cottage transformed into a Restaurant of exception with gastronomical meal honoring seasonal and local products. A vegetable garden following the principles of permaculture will also see the light of the day in spring in order to supply the Restaurant with freshly picked vegetables.