Rates

  • Low season 2017
  • High season 2017

Basse saison 2015

  Room with sea view "L'escale" **
Small tradition (single room)
158 €

236 €

(for 1 person)

Tradition 200 € 356 €
Superior 280 € 436 €
Prestige 350 € 506€
Salon room 445 €

601€

Breakfast : 22€
Breakfast for children under 10 years old : 11€
Additional bed (3 years and upwards) : 42€ par jour
Supplement for dogs : 17€
City tax : 1,30€ (From April 1st to September 30th)
**The “Escale” Package includes the room, 2 continental breakfasts and 2 dinners at the gastronomic restaurant, Michelin star.

All our rooms are classified by size and have the same comfort.

These prices are applicable on the following periods of 2017 : From March 11th to July 7th included, and from September 11th to November 4th included. (Except the following High Season periods: from April 14th to April 16th included, from May 24th to May 27th included, from June 2nd to June 4th included and from July 8th to September 10th included).

Haute saison 2015

  Room with sea view "L'escale" **
Small tradition (single room)
200€ 278€
Tradition 292€ 448€
Superior 369€ 525€
Prestige 440€

596€

Salon room 555€ 711€
Breakfast : 22€
Breakfast for children under 10 years old : 11€
Additional bed (3 years and upwards) : 42€ par jour
Supplement for dogs : 17€
- City tax : 1,30€ (From April 1st to September 30th)
**The “Escale” Package includes the room, 2 continental breakfasts and 2 dinners at the gastronomic restaurant, Michelin star.

All our rooms are classified by size and have the same comfort.

These prices are applicable at the following periods of 2017: from April 14th to April 16th included, from May 24th to May 27th included, from June 2nd to June 4th included and from July 8th to September 10th included).

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.

2017 © Manoir de Lankerellec - 22560 - Trébeurden
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